The Man Who Could Work Miracles by Amédée Forestier 09
Polski: Ilustracja opowiadania H. G. Wellsa "Człowiek, który mógł robić cuda" (org. "The Man Who Could Work Miracles") autorstwa Amédée Forestiera pochodzące z wydania tego opowiadania w czasopiśmie The Illustrated London News; lato 1898.
English: Illustration by Amédée Forestier from H.G. Wells' short story "The Man Who Could Work Miracles", published in The Illustrated London News; Summer 1898.
Orginal caption / oryginalny opis:
English: She had got up out of her sleep to smash a private bottle of brandy in her box.
Amédée Forestier (1854–1930) was an Anglo-French artist and illustrator who specialised in historical and prehistoric scenes, and landscapes. Forestier was born in Paris, France, and studied art under Henri Lehmann at the École des Beaux-arts. In 1882 he began working for the Illustrated London News, producing illustrations for news items and fictional stories.