Alexander Fleming Portrait - Maestro Art Giclee Paintings and Murals

Alexander Fleming Portrait


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The digital print portraits that we sell are part of “100 Most Influential People in the World History” project by artist Bekir Salim. All of our Original portraits are handmade oil paintings. Each portrait is electronically scanned and printed on high quality *Giclée Printing on Cotton-Based Canvas.

*Giclée prints are created by spraying millions of droplets of ink onto archival fine-art substrates. It represents the highest evolution in printmaking technology which gives the feeling of real handmade portrait.
All of our portraits are printed and shipped from Chicago. Our artworks are not limited to portraits. Please contact us for your custom orders and art projects.

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Alexander Fleming Portrait

Would you like to own portraits that can expand your horizons and your imagination every time you see? Buy famous scientist and biologist Alexander Fleming portrait for inspiration and creativity. Check out our collection “100 Most Influential People in The World History” to explore more portraits of people like William Shakespeare and Mahatma Gandhi who have influenced the world in many other sciences and arts.

Alexander Fleming

Scientist, Biologist (1881-1955)

Alexander Fleming was a Scottish scientist, doctor, and bacteriologist who discovered the antibiotic Penicillin in 1928 and received the Nobel Prize in 1945. His research also formed major contributions in microbiology, chemotherapy, and other medical fields.

Fleming’s parents, Hugh and Grace, were farmers and Alexander was one of their four children. He also had four half-siblings who were the surviving children from his father’s first marriage. He attended the Louden Moor School, the Darvel School, and Kilmarnock Academy before moving to London in 1895, where he lived with his older brother, Thomas Fleming.

In London, Fleming finished his basic education at the Regent Street Polytechnic (now the University of Westminster). He entered the medical field in 1901, studying at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School at the University of London. While at St. Mary’s, he won the 1908 gold medal as the top medical student. Fleming had planned to become a surgeon, but a temporary position in the Inoculation Department at St. Mary’s Hospital changed his path toward the then-new field of bacteriology.

Pressed Material

Roll, Stretcher on bars, Stretcher on bars and framed

Print Size

24"x30", 18”x24”, 30”x40”