Science Made Visible: Drawings, Prints, Objects


Discover how making and seeing images was essential for 17th-century science.


The exhibition Science Made Visible: Drawings, Prints, Objects is currently running at the Royal Society in London, July–December 2018. The exhibition is curated by the AHRC-funded research project Making Visible: The Visual and Graphic Practices of the Early Royal Society, 1660–1710, based at CRASSH.

To accompany the physical exhibition, project researchers Dr Sietske Fransen and Dr Katherine Reinhart in collaboration with the Royal Society have curated an online exhibition for Google Arts & Culture, which can be viewed here


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The exhibition catalogue can be viewed here: 

 

 

• For more information about the Royal Society Library and Archive, visit their website.
• For more information about the Making Visible project, visit their website.

Posted: Wednesday 4 July 2018

Contributor: Sietske Fransen, Katherine Reinhart