FREDERICK JOLIOT CURIE,NOBEL LAUREATE 1935,RARE PICASSO OFFSET LITHOGRAPH

FREDERICK JOLIOT CURIE,NOBEL LAUREATE 1935,RARE PICASSO OFFSET LITHOGRAPH

£120 including postage

FOR SALE ,VINTAGE PORTRAIT OF FREDERICK CURIE JOINT WINNER OF THE 1935 NOBEL PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY WITH HIS WIFE,MARIE CURIE,RARE OFFSET LITHOGRAPH AFTER
A DRAWING BY PICASSO,1959.PICTURES OF CURIE ARE RARE.
PRiIRINTED ON FINE PAPER 12.5"x9"

Dimensions

12.5"x9"

Circa

1959

Country of manufacture

North America

Categories: Medicine, Medical Books, Scientific Books, Early Technology, Other Medical Antiques

Description

FREDERICK JOLIOT CURIES IS MUCH LESS WELL KNOW THAN HIS WIFE,MARIE

THEY WORKED TOGETHER ON RADIUM AND WERE JOINTLY AWARDED THE

                NOBEL PRIZE FOR SCIENCE IN 1935

PICASSO DREW HIS PORTRAIT,THIS IS AN OFFSET LITHOGRAPH PRODUCED

                     FROM THE DRAWING,IT IS RARE..12.5″x 9″

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GB David Weston

Half a century researching, collecting and selling scientific instruments has been a special journey.

From finding rare objects now in major museums and important collections to sellingfrom my office in St James’, then exhibiting at major international fairs: London, Paris, Lyons, Milan, Parma, Zurich, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Miami, Greenwich, Houston, Dallas, New Bedford, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard.

I have served on many vetting committees and for 9 years on the Scientific Instrument Society committee.

My interests have been eclectic as I have always followed my own curiosity. My early interest was maritime antiques, navigation, the sailor’s art and scrimshaw. This led to globes, early scientific and philosophical instruments.

It has been a fascinating 50 years. I have met so many knowledgeable people united by an optimistic curiosity for the world of scientific endeavour and the instruments and discoveries that have shaped our modern world.

How come I now know so much less than when I started?