Wellcome Library offers a variety of images to choose from. I chose an image called Pian Fungoide by Jean Luis-Marie Alibert that was published in 1806 in Paris. Jean-Louis Alibert was a dermatologist born on 1768 in southern France and died in 1837. Pian Fungoide was a term used for the first time by him and the name came from the fact that this condition had skin lesions that resembled the mushrooms. This picture is a profile drawing of the face of a middle age man, that has large deep brown overgrowth of lesions on his face. The background is white and plain. The image does not say much about the class status of the patient. Hi does not have a clean haircut, and the seems to be wearing a white coat. The name of the condition has been printed on the bottom of the paint, and I`m not sure if the name of the author has been printed on the left bottom side of the drawing. Initially when I saw this image, it captured my attention because I had no idea what the condition could be and was interested on exploring the image and condition further. The lesions on his face are very large and I can imagine the effect they had on patient himself. They make his face look scary especially considering that this drawing was from the early 1800. Since this condition caused such deformity, I feel that people might have been scared of him and even seen him as an evil human being. Even though we see the right side of his face, I noticed the growth is a little obvious left eyebrows, but we cant see the much of the other side. It seems as if the right side must have been more deformed than the left.