A. C. Michael
Little is known about illustrator, painter, and etcher Arthur C. Michael (also known as A. C. Michael), who worked in Bedford Park, London, between 1903 and 1916. Michael traveled widely in Europe, documenting a portion of his journeys in An Artist in Spain (1914). While he is predominantly remembered for illustrating Haggard’s books, Michael also contributed to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic, and The Morning Star. Historians are uncertain whether A. C. Michael is the same person as Arthur Michaël, the artist responsible for illustrating at least one issue of the French satirical periodical L'Assiette (No. 20, 15 August 1901).
Appelbaum, Stanley. French Satirical Drawings from L'Assiette Au Beurre. New York: Dover, 1978. xii. Print.
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Michael, Arthur C. An Artist in Spain. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1914. Print.
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At length, having examined me inch by inch, she saluted by raising her rounded arm and tapering hand.. Finished.
1st UK Edition. 1917
Before I could utter a word a cloth was thrown over my mouth and tied tight behind my head. Marie.
Cassell's Magazine, vol. 53, no. 6. February 1912
'But,' I added slowly, 'if you like, when I am a bit stronger I’ll shoot you a match for her'. Marie.
Cassell's Magazine, vol. 53, no. 1. September 1911
'But, oh! Humphrey, do not ask too much of the god of my people, Fate'. When the World Shook.
The Quiver, vol. 54, no. 5. March 1919
Child of Storm. Child of Storm.
1st Edition Thus. 1933
Dingaan leapt up in his rage and terror.. The Ghost Kings [The Lady of the Heavens].
1st UK edition. 1908
Dingaan leapt up in his rage and terror, and seizing the bowl, hurled it from him. The Ghost Kings [The Lady of the Heavens].
Pearson's Magazine, vol. 25-16, no. 147. March 1908
'Dog!' she cried, “...darest thou speak thus of the Inkosazana?' ... and snatching the spear from Rachel’s hand, she charged at him, holding it aloft. The Ghost Kings [The Lady of the Heavens].
Pearson's Magazine, vol. 25-26, no. 148. April 1908