Miss Nightingale at Scutari, 1854
|Miss Nightingale at Scutari, 1854|
|The Lady with the Lamp|
Lithograph of Miss Nightingale at Scutari, 1854
|Subject||Florence Nightingale at Scutari Hospital|
The painting is a romanticised three-quarter-length portrait of Nightingale, depicted as a young woman swathed in a white shawl, carrying an oil lamp as she looks down on a wounded soldier, wearing his redcoat draped over his shoulders with its arms around his neck. Other wounded soldiers lie in the background, below military flags.
The location of the original oil painting is not known.
- Heart and Soul: The Story of Florence Nightingale, Gena K. Gorrell, p.86
- Romantic artwork is popular with visitors, The Scarborough News, 19 July 2015
- Florence Nightingale, National Portrait Gallery
- Crimean War: Florence Nightingale with her lamp at a patient's bedside. Colour lithograph, 1891, after H. Rae , Wellcome Collection Library
- The lady with the lamp (Miss Nightingale at Scutari, 1854), Library of Congress