Size: 11" x 17"
Based on my original painting, created with water-soluble wax pastel and acrylic on canvas.
Fantastic quality, due to being photographed by the highest resolution digital camera available and the highest quality digital printing available anywhere.
Each print includes a short summary about her accomplishments.
Kathleen Yardley Lonsdale
She solved a 64-year contention in chemistry by confirming experimentally the ring structure of benzene, the aromatic compound responsible for scent. She also gave the structure's precise molecular dimensions. In 1945, she was the first woman to be elected to fellowship in the Royal Society, which had excluded women for 285 years.
Kathleen looking clever in her benzene ring glasses.