Hofmann was the inventor of LSD and turned Junger onto it in 1951.
Hofmann, Plate 1, shows the moment when Gabriel says: "Blessed art thou among women."
Eggs and a caterpillar, the latter after Hofmann, are figured on Plate 123.
Because Hofmann is an artist, a man gifted with imagination, he sees more clearly, more vividly than the average person.
The caterpillar, after Hofmann, is figured on Plate 1, Fig. 5.
In leaving England, of which he used to speak as his adopted country, Hofmann was probably influenced by a combination of causes.
Like most of the other colours, Hofmann violets are salts of colourless bases.
Now, in the reading-room of Hofmann's Hotel, near the harbour, he wrote him a letter.
Godowsky and Hofmann are as inseparable as were Chopin and Liszt.
Hofmann's violet turns green even with dilute acid, but prolonged washing restores the original violet shade.