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Injured Collection

"Injured: A Tale of Resilience and Triumph on the Football Field" In a thrilling English League Division One match at Anfield

Background imageInjured Collection: Battle at Zajecar, 2-3 July 1876, during the First Serbo-Ottoman war (1876-77)

Battle at Zajecar, 2-3 July 1876, during the First Serbo-Ottoman war (1876-77), Neuruppiner Bilderbogen
DHC379965 Battle at Zajecar, 2-3 July 1876, during the First Serbo-Ottoman war (1876-77), Neuruppiner Bilderbogen, 1876 (colour litho) by German School

Background imageInjured Collection: English League Division One match at Anfield. Liverpool 1 v Tottenham Hotspur 1

English League Division One match at Anfield. Liverpool 1 v Tottenham Hotspur 1. Liverpool trainer Bob Paisley carries off injured fullback Emlyn Hughes. 29th April 1968

Background imageInjured Collection: Broken wrist bone, X-ray C017 / 7187

Broken wrist bone, X-ray C017 / 7187
Broken wrist bone. X-ray of the hand of a 12 year old male with a fractured trapezium bone. The trapezium is the leftmost bone in the group of bones at the base of the bad

Background imageInjured Collection: Les Saltimbanques, 1874 (oil on canvas)

Les Saltimbanques, 1874 (oil on canvas)
EDI187971 Les Saltimbanques, 1874 (oil on canvas) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; French, out of copyright

Background imageInjured Collection: The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. Artist: John Everett Millais

The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. Artist: John Everett Millais
The Order of Release, 1746, 1852-1853. A barefoot Scottish woman with child in arms brings the official document releasing her wounded husband from prison after the failure of the Second Jacobite

Background imageInjured Collection: The Battle of San Romano, c1438, (1909). Artist: Paolo Uccello

The Battle of San Romano, c1438, (1909). Artist: Paolo Uccello
The Battle of San Romano, c1438, (1909). Painting held at The National Gallery, London. From The National Gallery, Vol. One [T. C. & E. C. Jack, London and Edinburgh, 1909]

Background imageInjured Collection: Battle of Bull Run, US Civil War

Battle of Bull Run, US Civil War
General Stonewall Jackson leading Confederates at the battle of Bull Run, 1861. Printed 19th-century color lithograph reproduction of an illustration

Background imageInjured Collection: Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist

Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist: Felix Henri Emmanuel Philippoteaux
Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Held by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney

Background imageInjured Collection: Fractured ankle, X-ray

Fractured ankle, X-ray
Fractured ankle. Coloured profile X-ray of a distal fibula fracture (upper centre). The fibula is the smaller leg bone running down from top centre. The larger bone is the tibia

Background imageInjured Collection: Damaged knee ligament, artwork

Damaged knee ligament, artwork
Damaged knee ligament. Computer artwork of the muscle structure of the leg and anatomy of the human knee joint, showing a tear (dark line, centre right) in one of the cruciate ligaments (beige)

Background imageInjured Collection: Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog

Shepherd with sheep, horse and dog
A delightful scene on a country track in Cumbria showing a lakeland shepherd carrying home a lame member of his flock, accompanied by his trusty hound and a fine white horse

Background imageInjured Collection: The Battle of Ballinahinch, 13th June 1798, c. 1798 (oil on canvas)

The Battle of Ballinahinch, 13th June 1798, c. 1798 (oil on canvas)
TPG251597 The Battle of Ballinahinch, 13th June 1798, c.1798 (oil on canvas) by Robinson, Thomas (bef.1770-1810); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageInjured Collection: View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark

View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark
GHL189157 View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark, showing a man being stretchered through the front gates, c.1800 (coloured engraving) by English School

Background imageInjured Collection: Regenerating nerve cell, TEM

Regenerating nerve cell, TEM
Regenerating nerve cell. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a nerve axon (blue) regenerating within a Schwann cell (light brown)

Background imageInjured Collection: Body pain, artwork

Body pain, artwork
Body pain. Computer artwork showing pain (represented by the red areas) in six different body areas. From top left to lower right, the body areas are: the neck, ankle, head, knee, lower back and wrist

Background imageInjured Collection: No. 1 War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire

No. 1 War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire
Rear view of the entrance to the No. 1 War Hospital, Reading, Berkshire - the First World War deployment of Reading Union Workhouse. Several uniformed soldiers can be seen, one on crutches

Background imageInjured Collection: Wounded Indian Troops - Royal Pavilion, Brighton

Wounded Indian Troops - Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Indian soldiers wounded in action during the First World War, convalesce in the Royal Pavilion at Brighton

Background imageInjured Collection: A red cross working dog during WWI

A red cross working dog during WWI
A wounded German soldier is found by a Red Cross dog. Date: 1915

Background imageInjured Collection: Regenerating nerve cell, TEM

Regenerating nerve cell, TEM
Regenerating nerve cell. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a nerve axon (yellow) regenerating within a Schwann cell (blue). The Schwann cells nucleus is black

Background imageInjured Collection: ERNEST HEMINGWAY (1899-1961). American writer. Photographed at the American Red Cross Hospital

ERNEST HEMINGWAY (1899-1961). American writer. Photographed at the American Red Cross Hospital, Milan, in 1918

Background imageInjured Collection: German poster campaign for injured soldiers

German poster campaign for injured soldiers
German poster to raise funds for war wounded soldiers, showing a soldier with a crutch in his left hand and tools in his right

Background imageInjured Collection: The seizure of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 1798 (engraving)

The seizure of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 1798 (engraving)
3103684 The seizure of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 1798 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The seizure of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 1798)

Background imageInjured Collection: England cricketer Mike Gatting returns home from West Indies after being caught in

England cricketer Mike Gatting returns home from West Indies after being caught in the face by a 90mph delivery from Malcolm Marshall. 24th February 1986

Background imageInjured Collection: Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. Artist: John Pass

Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. Artist: John Pass
Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. View of the north front of the hospital showing a man being stretchered through the front gates

Background imageInjured Collection: Lochiels Charge at Killycrankie, 27 July 1689, (c1880)

Lochiels Charge at Killycrankie, 27 July 1689, (c1880). The Battle of Killiecrankie was fought between Highland Scottish clans supporting King James II and VII

Background imageInjured Collection: Suffragette Emily Davison Epsom Derby Jockey

Suffragette Emily Davison Epsom Derby Jockey. The Kings jockey Herbert Jones removed from Epsom Racecourse, following the incident on Derby day, June 4th, 1913

Background imageInjured Collection: Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2

Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2
With the Blitz still at its height, Londons firefighters and fire support crews are removed to local hospitals for emergency treatment after receiving injuries fighting the fires started by enemy

Background imageInjured Collection: MILTON: PARADISE LOST. Satan, wounded in a bitter single combat with the Archangel Michael

MILTON: PARADISE LOST. Satan, wounded in a bitter single combat with the Archangel Michael, falls to the ground (Book 6, lines 327-8). Wood engraving after Gustave Dor

Background imageInjured Collection: Lisfranc fracture, X-ray

Lisfranc fracture, X-ray

Background imageInjured Collection: WWI - Wounded soldier in the arms of his nurse

WWI - Wounded soldier in the arms of his nurse
WWI - Wounded soldier (who has lost his arm) in the arms of his nurse - Comrades in Arms. Date: circa 1917

Background imageInjured Collection: Ruptured Achilles tendon, MRI C018 / 0649

Ruptured Achilles tendon, MRI C018 / 0649
Ruptured Achilles tendon. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the foot of a 25 year old patient with a ruptured Achilles tendon

Background imageInjured Collection: Pen and ink drawing, 1898, by Charles Dana Gibson

Pen and ink drawing, 1898, by Charles Dana Gibson
GIBSON: AFTER THE WAR, 1898. Pen and ink drawing, 1898, by Charles Dana Gibson

Background imageInjured Collection: ZULU WAR, 1879. The relief of Rorkes Drift, 23 January 1879. Wood engraving, English, 1879

ZULU WAR, 1879. The relief of Rorkes Drift, 23 January 1879. Wood engraving, English, 1879

Background imageInjured Collection: A Good Samaritan - Indian Soldier - WWI

A Good Samaritan - Indian Soldier - WWI
A Good Samaritan - Colonial Indian Soldier from Delhi aids a wounded French trooper - WWI. He leads him to the safety of the Allied lines on the back of a Donkey Date: circa 1917

Background imageInjured Collection: Lower back pain, conceptual artwork

Lower back pain, conceptual artwork
Lower back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the lower back. The bones (white) of the lower torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageInjured Collection: Upper back pain, conceptual artwork

Upper back pain, conceptual artwork
Upper back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the upper back. The bones (white) of the torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue)

Background imageInjured Collection: Injured Ww1 Soldier

Injured Ww1 Soldier
A British soldier and his wife (or girlfriend) pose for the photographer, with the young mans lost leg stark evidence of the horrors of the conflict and the injuries suffered

Background imageInjured Collection: The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c. 1500 (wool warp with wool, silk

The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c. 1500 (wool warp with wool, silk
3469071 The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, c.1500 (wool warp with wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts) by Netherlandish School (16th century)

Background imageInjured Collection: The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c

The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c
1196881 The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c.1760-1770 (w/c on paper) by Indian School, (18th century)

Background imageInjured Collection: ITV World of Sport typist, Mary Treen and reserve Chelsea keeper John Phillips in

ITV World of Sport typist, Mary Treen and reserve Chelsea keeper John Phillips in the physiotherapy unit at Stamford Bridge. 2nd November 1972

Background imageInjured Collection: Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford

Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford
Injured soldiers - WW1 - No. 1003 Cowley Section - 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford. The importance of light and fresh air in aiding recovery was very prevalent in medical thinking at this time

Background imageInjured Collection: Saint Sebastian, 1642. Artist: Guercino

Saint Sebastian, 1642. Artist: Guercino
Saint Sebastian, 1642. Guercino (1591-1666). Found in the collection of the State A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageInjured Collection: The London Territorials at Pozieres during the Battle of the Somme, 1916 (print)

The London Territorials at Pozieres during the Battle of the Somme, 1916 (print)
3793998 The London Territorials at Pozieres during the Battle of the Somme, 1916 (print) by Wollen, William Barnes (1857-1936) (after); (add.info)

Background imageInjured Collection: Battle of Quatre Bras in 1815 (print)

Battle of Quatre Bras in 1815 (print)
3786599 Battle of Quatre Bras in 1815 (print); (add.info.: Battle of Quatre Bras - from painting by Vereker. battle between Wellington's Anglo-Dutch army)

Background imageInjured Collection: Christ Displaying His Wounds, 1615-20 (oil on canvas)

Christ Displaying His Wounds, 1615-20 (oil on canvas)
7333494 Christ Displaying His Wounds, 1615-20 (oil on canvas) by Galli, Giovanni Antonio (Lo Spadarino) (1585-1651/3); 148.7x114 (framed) cm; Perth Museum & Art Gallery

Background imageInjured Collection: British army medics bandaging a dogs paw in the trenches, World War I (litho)

British army medics bandaging a dogs paw in the trenches, World War I (litho)
7149431 British army medics bandaging a dogs paw in the trenches, World War I (litho) by Hatherell, William (1855-1928) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageInjured Collection: Youthful Intrepidity: Young Nelsons Attack and Chase after a Polar Bear when with

Youthful Intrepidity: Young Nelsons Attack and Chase after a Polar Bear when with
COB82097 Youthful Intrepidity: Young Nelsons Attack and Chase after a Polar Bear when with Capt. Lutwidge on his voyage of discovery towards the North Pole from Edward Ormes Graphic History of

Background imageInjured Collection: Ms 18 f. 73v King Edward III Waging War at the Battle of Crecy in 1346

Ms 18 f. 73v King Edward III Waging War at the Battle of Crecy in 1346
XIR168196 Ms 18 f.73v King Edward III Waging War at the Battle of Crecy in 1346, from the Memoirs of Philippe of Commines (1445-1509) (vellum) by French School, (16th century); Musee Thomas Dobree



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"Injured: A Tale of Resilience and Triumph on the Football Field" In a thrilling English League Division One match at Anfield, Liverpool clashed with Tottenham Hotspur in an intense battle that ended in a 1-1 draw. However, amidst the excitement, one player suffered a devastating blow as he fell awkwardly and broke his wrist bone. The X-ray C017/7187 revealed the severity of the injury, leaving him sidelined for weeks. As he lay there nursing his broken wrist, his mind wandered to famous depictions of battles throughout history. He recalled Paolo Uccello's masterpiece "The Battle of San Romano, " painted in 1438. The vivid artwork depicted warriors engaged in fierce combat - their determination mirroring his own as he fought to recover from this setback. His thoughts then shifted to another historic clash - the Battle of Bull Run during the US Civil War. Just like those soldiers who endured immense pain and hardship on that fateful day, our injured hero knew that perseverance was key to overcoming adversity. Seeking solace within artistry, he envisioned himself standing outside Guys Hospital in Southwark, gazing at its north front. This iconic view reminded him that healing required patience and expert care – just like mending a damaged knee ligament or any other physical ailment. But it wasn't only human strength that inspired him; nature played its part too. He imagined himself as a shepherd guiding sheep alongside his loyal horse and dog companion – symbols of resilience and unity even amidst challenging circumstances. World War I also left an indelible mark on our hero's imagination. He pictured a red cross working dog tirelessly aiding wounded soldiers during this tumultuous period – reminding him that support could come from unexpected sources when facing life's battles head-on. Reflecting further back into history, he conjured up images from "The Battle of Ballinahinch" painted around 1798.