"'Look out, Foy, she’s coming to herself.' Then someone poured wine down her throat, whereupon, unable to bear this bewilderment any longer, Elsa sat up and opened her eyes wide, to see before her Foy, and none other than Foy in the flesh"
|Artist:||G. P. Jacomb Hood|
|Edition Name:||Lysbeth, A Tale of the Dutch - The Graphic, vol. 63, no. 1628|
|Published Date:||9 February 1901|
|Publisher:||The Graphic Office|
|Image Source:||University of Iowa|