This classicised marble bust of an unnamed lady represents one of the most beautiful and detailed pieces in the College’s collection. The bust displays Hutchison’s particular attention to detail, for instance in his depiction of the hair and clothing of the subject.

There is no extant information on the subject of this bust and it is likely that this female figure represents Hutchison's own recurring interest in sculpting busts and statues of classical female characters, rather than a subject who has a particular link with the college or medical history. Nevertheless, this piece represents the only nineteenth century bust depicting a female subject in the College’s collection, with the only other female bust being a late twentieth century depiction of the Queen Mother.