Person record: FORESTIER, Amédée  (1854-1930)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameCharles Amédée FORESTIER
Gendermale
Relevance of this personartist and illustrator 
Main period of activityN/A
Other internet resourcessee record in Wikipedia or VIAF (Virtual International Authority File)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
1854born atParis, France
3 April 1881~27census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/824.39.5
– occupation “Artist Painter”
1901-1930resident7 Alleyn Park, Dulwich, London, England
31 March 1901~47census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/492.40.9
– occupation “Artist”
2 April 1911~57census record1911 Census of England and Wales, RG14/2459
– occupation “Painter (Artist)”
14 November 1930~76died atDulwich, London, England
20 December 1930archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1930 D-G p.341
Slide sets linked to this personillustrator: Kaffirs, Boers, and Britons in South Africa: or, Jameson's dash to the Transvaal (lecture: Walter Tyler, 60 slides, 1896) – slide 35
illustrator: Tennyson's heroines (lecture: Newton & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)
Texts linked to this personIllustrations (1)

Amédée Forestier, Warlike beginnings of a drawing-room toy: the mediaeval magic lantern in NMLJ 3.1 (February 1984)

Lucerna ID no. 6003500Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 26 July 2017