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English: Professor Jean-Martin Charcot teaching at the Salpêtrière in Paris, France showing his students a woman ("Blanche" (Marie) Wittman) in an hysterical fit". Wittman is supported by Charcot's student Joseph Babinski.
Français : Enseignement de Charcot à la Salpêtrière : le professeur montrant à ses élèves sa plus fidèle patiente, « Blanche » (Marie) Wittman, en crise d'hystérie. Détail du tableau d'André Brouillet : « une leçon clinique à la Salpêtrière », 1887).
Česky: Charcotova demonstrace hypnózy na přednášce
Date 1887
photo taken: 2004
Source Photo by David Monniaux
Author Painted in André Brouillet; Brouillet died in 1914 and the painting is therefore now public domain.
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