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Thomas Huxley Pictures

Pictures of Thomas Henry Huxley [ 1825 – 1895 ]


As A Young Man:

[Pic of Young Huxley]


This undated photograph of a young Thomas Huxley is credited to the Radio Times Hulton Picture Library.


At The Blackboard, Lecturing:

[Pic of Huxley Lecturing]


This undated photograph of Thomas Huxley is credited to The Library, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London.


1883 Painting:

[Painting of Huxley]


This painting is probably the most famous known image of Huxley. It was painted in 1883 by his son-in-law, John Collier.

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