|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Relevance of this person||artist and illustrator |
|Main period of activity||N/A|
|1854||born at||Paris, France|
|1930||~75||died at||London, England|
|Slide sets linked to this person||illustrator: 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 person||Illustrations (1)|
Amédée Forestier, Warlike beginnings of a drawing-room toy: the mediaeval magic lantern in NMLJ 3.1 (February 1984)
|Lucerna ID no. 6003500||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016|
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