||Access to originals by appointment only; slides or published engravings should be used.
Nos 1, 4, 6, 10, 12, 13 25, 27, 33 have been exhibited on the following occasion: 'Hunter Brothers', Glasgow University Library, July-September 1992.
||Engraved versions published in William Hunter, Anatomia uteri humani gravidi tabulis illustrata: the anatomy of the human gravid uterus (Birmingham, 1774). See also: Patricia Archer, 'From the beginning: an historical review of medical art', Journal of audiovisual media in medicine, vol. 12 (1989), pp 51-62; Brian Cook, Contributions of the Hunter Brothers to our understanding of reproduction (Glasgow, 1992), no. 13; Martin Hopkinson, 'William Hunter, William Hogarth and "The anatomy of the human gravid uterus"', Burlington magazine, vol. 126 (1984), pp 156-159; Roberta McGrath, Seeing her sex: medical archives and the female body (Manchester, 2002), figs 18, 20-24; Robert Ollerenshaw, 'Dr Hunter's "Gravid uterus": a bicentenary note', Medical and biological illustration, vol. 24 (1974), pp 43-57; J.L. Thornton, Jan van Rymsdyk (Cambridge, 1982); J.L. Thornton and P.C. Want, 'Artist versus engraver in William Hunter's "Anatomy of the human gravid uterus", 1774', Medical and biological illustration, vol. 24 (1974), pp 137-139 - includes plate; J.L. Thornton and P.C. Want, 'Jan van Rymsdyk's illustrations of the gravid uterus drawn for Hunter, Smellie, Jenty and Denman', Journal of audiovisual media in medicine, vol. 2 (1979), pp 11-15; J.L. Thornton and P.C. Want, 'William Hunter's "The anatomy of the human gravid uterus" 1774-1974', Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology of the British Commonwealth, new series, vol. 81 (1974), pp 1-10.