Memorial to Sarah Elizabeth Wardroper [The Good Samaritan] by George Tinworth. 1893-94. Relief in pale terracotta in a frame of pink marble, 4.27cm high x 2.02m wide. Signed on the relief at the lower right with the artist’s monogram. St. Thomas’s Hospital Chapel, Westminster Bridge Road, London…. found with google via http://www.victorianweb.org/sculpture/tinworth/10.html
The Ether Monument: The Good Samaritan, designed by sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward and architect Henry Van Brunt, was dedicated on September 26, 1868 in Boston Public Garden near Arlington and Beacon Streets. The monument was commissioned by Thomas Lee and commemorates the discovery ether and its use as an anesthetic in surgery performed at Massachusetts General Hospital October 16, 1846.
Good Samaritan Ether Monument. 1866 - Boston's Public Garden. It was created to celebrate the first use of ether as an anesthetic within the medical community. Ether is a liquid which easily vaporizes and when this gas is inhaled basically causes its victim to pass out. The first usage of ether for medical purposes actually occurred at nearby Massachusetts General Hospital in what has become to be known as the Ether Dome.