The Green Muse by Albert Maignan (1895)
Welcome to the Fairy land! Albert Maignan's 'Green Muse' (1895) depicts a poet in receipt of inspiration from the Green Fairy, the metaphorical creature that dwells within an absinthe bottle.


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