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Authorised form of nameBauer; Franz Andreas (1758 - 1840)
Other forms of nameBauer, Francis
SurnameBauer
ForenamesFranz Andreas
Dates1758 - 1840
Dates and placesBirth:
Feldsberg, Lower Austria (04 October 1758)
Death:
Kew, Surrey (11 December 1840)
ActivityResearch Field:
Botanical illustration, microscopy
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
8/02/1821
Lectures:
Croonian 1822
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1841 No 50 pp 342-344
Notes:
Date of birth given in BR seems to be inaccurate.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/44414954
Royal Society codeNA7476
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PT/73/6/12Painting, human ovary by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/7Paintings, ovaries of a cow by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/6/11Painting, human ovary by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/6Paintings, ovaries of a cow by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/19Paintings, ovaries of the hen by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1819]
PT/73/7/3Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum at different ages by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/15Paintings, ovaries of a kangaroo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/7/8Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/5/23Paintings, Abyssinian cricket legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/7/5Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum during and after pregnancy by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/18Paintings, ovaries of the hen by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/5/21Paintings, yellow saw-fly legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/5/22Paintings, great diving beetle legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/7/16Paintings, ovaries of an American opossum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/5/24Paintings, grasshopper legs by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1816]
PT/73/9/10Paintings, eagle head by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/5/25Paintings, oak bush-cricket legs by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1816]
PT/73/6/15Paintings, Helix janthina [marine snail] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/9Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/6/10Painting, human uterus by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/9/7Paintings, goose head and eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/6/19Drawings, gullets of the Java swallow, common swallow, and blackbird by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/1Paintings, superficial sore on a human leg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/2Paintings, superficial sore on a human leg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/6/16Paintings, argonaut shell and eggs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/17Paintings, ovaries of Ornithorhynchus paradoxicus [platypus] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/6/21Painting, interior surfaces of the human oesophagus and stomach by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/4Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum during and after pregnancy by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/6/22Painting, interior surfaces of the human stomach and duodenum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/9/4Paintings, human eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/8/17Paintings, Baffin's Bay red snow fungus by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1820]
PT/73/8/1Paintings, coagulated human blood and crystals by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1819]
PT/73/8/2Paintings, tumour with human blood lymph cells by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/9/36Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/9Paintings, goose eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/8Paintings, goose eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/5Paintings, human eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/6Paintings, bullock's eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/43Paintings, chicken embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/35Paintings, ovum of a hen and egg yolks by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/39Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/38Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/37Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/44Paintings, dissected chick by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/10/2Paintings, Vibrio tritici nemotode worms by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/10/1Paintings, wheat infected with Vibrio tritici by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/10/22Paintings, earthworm eggs and their development by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/20Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/19Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/23Paintings, barnacles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/18Paintings, ovaries and testes of the lamprey and conger eel by F [Franz Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/21Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/9/41Paintings, plate 38 showing hen's egg and dissected embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/40Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/5/19Paintings, Lacerta gecko toes by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/14/15Paper, 'Some experiments on the fungi which constitute the colouring matter of the red snow discovered in Baffin's Bay [Baffin Bay, Canada]' by Francis [Franz] Bauer in a letter to the Right Honorable Sir Joseph Banks7 May 1820
PT/16/1Paper, 'The Croonian Lecture. Microscopical observations on the suspension of the muscular motions of the vibrio tritici' by Francis [Franz] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/8/5Painting, human uterus and womb by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1819
PT/73/8/6Painting, an unborn child by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1819
PT/73/9/42Paintings, hen's egg and dissected embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
EC/1820/18Bauer, Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/73/6/13Paintings, human ovum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/7/10Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/5/20Paintings, bluebottle fly and fever-fly legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/12/12/2Plate, muscular fibres from boiled chicken thigh by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/3Plate, human blood globules and blood drawn from an arm by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/4Plate, blood drawn from an arm by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/5Plate, 'Coagulated blood injected under the receiver of the air pump' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/6Plate, 'Small coagulum injected with coloured injection, from the arteries of the neighbouring parts' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/7Plate, 'A portion of human intestine, to which a small exudation of coagulable lymph is attached' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/8Plate, coagulum of blood that was in contact with the tunica vaginalis before death by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/14/17/2Plate, two cross-sections of the corpora cavernosa by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/3Plate, four cross-sections of a penis where the arteries in the corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum have been injected with spirit by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/4Plate, three views of a longitudinal section of the penis with the corpora cavernosa injected with mercury by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/5Plate, corpus spongiosum urethrae, internal membrane of the urethra, and villi of the covering of the glans penis by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/6Plate, transverse and longitudinal sections of the urethra by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/7Plate, internal membrane, muscular structure, and strictured part of the urethra by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/1/2Plate, 'Eclipse of the sun, 7 September 1820' by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/2Plate, globules of the cerebrum and retina and a portion of the medullary substance of the cerebrum by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/3Plate, spleen, valves in the stomach, and blood globules and salts from a skate by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/4Plate, human stomach and spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/5Plate, human spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/6Plate, two sections of the spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/7Plate, two sections of the spleen in different stages of maceration by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/8Plate, a section of the spleen completely macerated by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/17/1/2Plate, views of left hind flipper of walrus by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/iPlates, accompanying paper titled 'The Croonian Lecture. On the internal structure of the human brain, when examined in the microscope, as compared with that of fishes, insects and worms' by Sir Everard Home[1823]
PT/17/i/1Plate, portions of human cerebrum and brains of the tench, bee, and snail by Franz Bauer[1823]
PT/17/i/2Plate, brains of the silkworm, caterpillar, lobster, and earthworm by Franz Bauer[1823]
PT/17/13/2Plate, 'The external appearance of the organs of generation' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13/3Plate, 'Male organs in the different stages of development' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13/4Plate, 'Female organs in the different stages of development' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/2Paintings, seal placenta by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/3Paintings, tapir placenta by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/4Paintings, human umbilical cord by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/5Paintings, pregnant frog and ova by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/6Paintings, ova and tadpoles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/11/13Paintings, external and internal appearance of splanchnic ganglion by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/73/11/25Paintings, human brain and pullet's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/73/12/2Paintings, magnified muscular fibres by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/73/12/3Paintings, anterior view of aneurismal sac by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/4Paintings, internal view of aneurismal sac by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/5Paintings, tumour and femoral artery by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/6Paintings, blood coagula by Franc [Franz Andreas] Bauer29 November 1825
PT/73/12/9Paintings, freshwater mussel and pearls by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/13/5Paintings, lung cells and bronchial ramifications of the hare by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1827]
PT/73/13/12Painting, front view of stomach of zariffa [giraffe?] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/73/13/13Painting, back view of stomach of zariffa [giraffe?] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/73/13/14Painting, cavities of stomachs of zariffa [giraffe?], bullock, and sheep by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/73/11/6aPaintings, tadpoles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
AP/2/14/2Unpublished paintings, crystals of uric acid by Franz Bauer[early 19th century]
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