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  1. Best Works of Aubrey Beardsley (Dover Pictorial Archive Series) by Aubrey Beardsley, 1990-07-01
  2. Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley by SymonsArthur, 1967
  3. The Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley by Bruce S. (Ed.) Harris, 1987
  4. Beardsleys Illustrations for Le Morte D'Arthur by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, 1972-06
  5. Aubrey Beardsley, Dandy of the Grotesque by Chris Snodgrass, 1995-06-15
  6. Beardsley Illustrations CD-ROM and Book (Electronic Clip Art) by Aubrey Beardsley, 2006-12-01
  7. Aubrey Beardsley by Stephen Calloway, 2000-03-31
  8. Aubrey Beardsley: A Biography by Matthew Sturgis, 1999-01-01
  9. Aubrey Beardsley by Brian Reade, 1967-01-01
  10. Salome: a tragedy in one act by Oscar Wilde, Aubrey Beardsley, 2010-08-19
  11. Under the hill: And other essays in prose and verse (Masterpieces of the illustrated book) by Aubrey Beardsley, 1977
  12. Aubrey Beardsley by Rh Value Publishing, 1988-12-12
  13. Aubrey Beardsley; eighty-five full-page illustrations and a revised iconography by Aymer Vallance. by Robert Ross, 1967
  14. Beardsley's Le Morte Darthur: Selected Illustrations (The Dover Art Library) by Aubrey Beardsley, 2001-08-30

1. Aubrey Beardsley Online
Aubrey Beardsley English Art Nouveau/Golden Age Illustrator, 18721898 Guide to pictures of works by Aubrey Beardsley in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.

2. Beardsley, Aubrey - British Artist - TerminArtors
This is the page of the British artist Beardsley, Aubrey.
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Uploaded artworks: About the artist: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (August 21, 1872 – March 16, 1898) was an influential English illustrator, and author, best known for his erotic illustrations.
Aubrey Beardsley, Isolde, 1895 illustration for The Studio magazine of the tragic opera heroine drinking the fateful love-potion she believes to be poison.
Beardsley was born in Brighton . In 1883 his family settled in London, and in the following year he appeared in public as an "infant musical phenomenon," playing at several concerts with his sister. He attended Bristol Grammar School in 1884, and in 1888 he obtained a post in an architect's office, and afterwards one in the Guardian Life and Fire Insurance Company. In 1891, under the advice of Sir Edward Burne-Jones and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, he took up art as a profession. In 1892 he attended the classes at the Westminster School of Art, then under Professor Fred Brown.

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Biography of the English decadent artist. With links to related topics, and bibliography.
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Beardsley, Aubrey (1872-1898) English decadent artist Aubrey Beardsley was a precocious talent who made a lasting contribution to the art of illustration. One of the greatest of the Symbolists and a master of pen and ink, Beardsley developed a highly original, formally elegant style, inspired in part by Greek vase painting, in which ornamental rhythm of line combines with a perverse and wickedly satiric imagination to create unforgettable images, often hilarious, frequently erotic, and sometimes deeply moving. Beardsley was born on August 21, 1872 in Brighton, England into a genteel family, but one rendered nearly destitute by the incompetence of his businessman father. He was a musical and artistic prodigy, so his talent was obvious very early, but so was his ill health. He had his first attack of tuberculosis, the disease that would eventually kill him, at the age of nine. For the rest of his brief life, he was plagued by numerous illnesses and relapses.

5. Aubrey Beardsley - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Beardsley, Aubrey, Simon Wilson, and Linda Gertner Zatlin. 1998. Aubrey Beardsley a centenary tribute. Tokyo Art Life Ltd. OCLC 42742305; Beerbohm, Max. 1928.
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Portrait of Beardsley by Frederick Hollyer Birth name Aubrey Vincent Beardsley Born 21 August 1872
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France Nationality English Field Illustration Training Westminster School of Art Movement Art Nouveau Aestheticism Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (21 August 1872 – 16 March 1898) was an English illustrator and author. His drawings, executed in black ink and influenced by the style of Japanese woodcuts , emphasized the grotesque, the decadent, and the erotic. He was a leading figure in the Aesthetic movement which also included Oscar Wilde and James A. McNeill Whistler . Beardsley's contribution to the development of the Art Nouveau style and the poster movement was significant, despite the brevity of his career before his early death from tuberculosis
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Beardsley was born in Brighton on 21 August 1872. His father, Vincent Paul Beardsley (1839–1909), was the son of a tradesman; Vincent had no trade himself, however, and instead relied on a private income from an inheritance that he received from his maternal grandfather when he was twenty-one. Vincent's wife, Ellen Agnus Pitt (1846–1932), was the daughter of Surgeon-

6. Beardsley
Half a dozen of his illustrations, including the cover of The Yellow Book. Book review of Mark Samuels Lasner's A Selective Checklist of the Published Work of Aubrey Beardsley.
The Art of Aubrey Beardsley
A Gallery of his Drawings
Aubrey Beardsley's art has gone in and out of fashion many times over the last century. But there is no doubt he has had a lasting impression on many artists who followed him. His life was a brief one. Born in 1872, he achieved fame early, but was dead by age tewntyfive. His drawings were not mere illustrations, but formed an integral part of the English Aesthetic Movement and are best understood in this context. "The Dancer's Reward"
( 570 x 671 / 14 k / gif) This drawing was one of Beardsley's illustrations for the English translation of Oscar Wilde's Salome , published by Elkin Mathews and John Lane, London, 1894. Wilde's work was originally published in a French edition to circumvent English prudishness. The Yellow Book , cover art, Vol. I, April 1894.
( 384 x 511 x 256 / 10 k / gif) The Yellow Book has been referred to as the quintessential periodical of the 1890's in England. Beardsley served as art editor of this avant-garde literary journal from its inception in April 1894, until he was dismissed a year later. This was the time of Oscar Wilde's arrest and conviction for homosexual practices and Beardsley, quite unfairly, was seen as having to close a link with Wilde. "Mrs. Patrick Campbell"

7. Aubrey Vincent Beardsley —
Brief biography for the English illustrator and writer, born in Brighton.
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    Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent key , English illustrator and writer, b. Brighton. Beardsley exemplifies the aesthetic movement in English art of the 1890s (see decadents ). In his short working span of only six years, he developed a superbly artificial and graphic manner, expressed in flat, linear, black-and-white designs. His works were by turns erotic and cruel in emphasis. The art editor of the famous Yellow Book The Savoy, and illustrated many books including Wilde's (1894), Pope's Rape of the Lock (1896), Aristophanes' Lysistrata (privately pub., 1896), and Jonson's Volpone (1898). His fiction, distinguished by an elaborate and erudite prose style, was collected and published in 1904 as Under the Hill. Criticized for the erotic character of his work and condemned for his association with Oscar Wilde, Beardsley fell from public favor. Ravaged by tuberculosis, he died at the age of 25. See his Early Works (1899, repr. 1967) and

8. Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent Biography -
English illustrator, and author. 1872 Born on the 21st of August in Brighton. Beardsley was aligned with the Yellow Book coterie of artists and writers. Art editor for the first

Biography of the daring English illustrator.
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English artist, born at Brighton, 1872; died at Mentone France , 16 March, 1898. It has been cleverly said that Beardsley was "a boy who never grew up", and the statement has a considerable amount of truth in it. He was a wonderfully precocious boy all his life, with the frank merriment , enthusiasm, and exuberance of a lad. He was unable to withstand the desire to do clever, mischievous things and to shock people of narrow opinions, and his ignoble and vicious works were more the result of his Puck-like mischief and eccentricity of habit than of any evil disposition. His earliest published work was a programme for an entertainment in 1888 at Brighton Grammar School, where he was a pupil, and his next in the "Bee Magazine", Blackburn, 1891. Young Beardsley commenced work as a clerk in the Guardian Fire Office , but at the earnest persuasions of Aymer Vallance and Pennell he entered Fred Brown's studio at Westminster and devoted his attention to illustration. While still a lad he attracted the attention of Sir E. Byrne-Jones and Puvis de Chavannes , and it said much for his genius that it received encouragement from men so different in their aims and practice. When nineteen he accepted the tremendous task of illustrating the "Morte D'Arthur", and carried it through. The famous article upon him in the "Studio" appeared in April, 1893, and from that moment his work was in great demand. In April, 1894, he became art editor of the "Yellow Book", the first numbers of which

10. Aubrey Beardsley Art Images
Image collections of Aubrey Beardsley art and illustration from Le Morte D'Arthur, Salom , The Yellow Book, and elsewhere.
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Aubrey Beardsley was unknown in 1892. By the time of his death in 1898, a mere six years, he had broken through the Victorian unconscious and hurled England into the 20th century. Many of his drawing first made their appearance in books or magazines with relatively limited subscription. Despite this, his erotic, humorous, and haunting drawings came to be popular and have been for more than a hundred years. New : Images from Le Morte d'Arthur. Also the naughty images that parody of Victorian sensibilities have moved to the naughty beardsley page so as not to block all of Beardsley. About Art Passions : Art Passions began a tribute to artists whose work I grew up, and whose work has meaning for me personally. The list of artists on, including recent additions to the site, as well as other information are available on the home page E-cards : While you are here, you can send a friend an electronic postcard . Or click on any gallery image to send it as an e-postcard to a friend. Where to Buy Aubrey Beardsley Prints : You can find Beardsley prints at Artsy Craftsy , at the Beardsley Print and Poster Gallery , or use the Art Print and Poster Finder Important : Please do not link directly to images at artpassions or download the entire site. See the

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BEARDSLEY, Aubrey (18721898), illustrator. POPE, Alexander. The Rape of the Lock. London Leonard Smithers, 1896..

12. Beardsley, Aubrey - Astro-Databank, Aubrey Beardsley Horoscope, Born 21 August 1
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British artist who illustrated stories and plays with elegant line drawings. A gifted illustrator, his work also appeared in magazines and books and he was a pivotal force in the establishment of Art Nouveau in Britain. Self taught, his work was widely imitated. He worked almost entirely in black and white , producing precise drawings solely for the purpose of mechanical reproduction. Some of his work was called decadent at the time, erotic at a future time. Suffering from tuberculosis, he was too ill to go to church when he was converted into the Catholic faith in March 1897. His final task, the illustrations for a reissue of "Volpone" was left unfinished. Age 25, he spent his final days continuing his drawing, now in pencil as he was propped up in bed, and his reading turned to religious books. His last scrawled letter implored his publisher to please destroy all bad drawings and anything obscene. Beardsley died 3/16/1898, Mentone, France. He became a Catholic convert in March 1897. In November he moved to Menton in France, looking for a kinder climate but he was bedridden from 1/26/1898. Afflicted with minor hemorrhages in the lungs, he had a particularly bad one on 3/06/1898, when his doctors began to administer morphine. He died 3/16/1898, Menton, France.

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SUMMARY Lord Alfred Douglas' translation of Wilde's great play originally written in French with all well-known Beardsley illustrations, including suppressed plates. Features 28 Beardsley illustrations and an introduction by Robert Ross. SUMMARY Lord Alfred Douglas' translation of Wilde's great play originally written in French with all well-known Beardsley illustrations, including suppressed plates. Features 28 Beardsley illustrations and an introduction by Robert Ross. Customer Service Media Center Mobile Bookstores ... Gift Certificates

14. Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1872-1898)
Notes on the artist Aubrey Beardsley, Victorian artist and illustrator.
Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1872-1898)
From Le Morte d'Arthur 'In his work we have the most complete expression of what is typical of the decadent movement - disdain of classical traditions in art, and of clean traditions in ethics; the fin de siecle outlook on the husk of life, and brilliant dexterity in portraying it' - a contemporary critic The illustrator Aubrey Beardsley was born in Brighton. He had an early interest in art, for example hand painting christmas cards copied from Kate Greenaway as a child, and drawing for his school magazine. However, he went not to art school, but to an architect's office, and then as a clerk to the Guardian Fire Insurance Company. While working there he took a few lessons in the studio of Fred Brown, in Westminster to study the human figure. Though he took some early drawings to show William Morris , he failed to impress the great man, and his first major work was the illustration of Malory's Morte d'Arthur This was a huge undertaking for the already sickly Beardsley, and his contributions were large in number early in the project, then fell off in quantity and in quality. The final volume is comparable in size to Morris's Kelmscott Chaucer , with illustrations by Burne-Jones , but while the Burne-Jones illustrations match to Chaucer's text, Beardsley's illustrations to Le Morte d'Arthur are a mix of knights and fauns, swans, fantasy figures, with only some few larger illustrations directly fitting the stories. There is much of Beardsley's style owing to Burne-Jones though, in the draperies, the armour, and the arts and crafts borders and vegetation. But there are also the more sinuous art nouveau forms, the Japanese-style compositions with massed black and white, the cruel faces and gestures that were to feature more prominently thereafter.

15. BEARDSLEY, Aubrey, Illustrator. MALORY, Sir Thomas
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18. Arthurian Art - Aubrey Beardsley
His illustrations for Malory s Le Morte d Arthur.
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Due to its popularity, it went through two more printings, each one with additional visual material. By the time of his death in 1898, Beardsley had become one of the most famous of the illustrators of the Art Nouveau period. He died at Mentone, France, 16 March, 1898 at the young age of 25.
"He had the fatal speed of those who are to die young; that disquieting completeness and extent of knowledge, that absorption of a lifetime in an hour, which we find in those who hasten to have done their work before noon, knowing that they will not see the evening. He had played the piano in drawing-rooms as an infant prodigy, before, I suppose, he had ever drawn a line.
"Famous at twenty as a draughtsman, he found time, in those incredibly busy years which remained to him, to deliberately train himself as a writer of prose, which was in its way as original as his draughtsmanship, and into a writer of verse which had at least ingenious and original movements. He seemed to have read everything, and had his preferences as adroitly in order, as wittily in evidence, as almost any man of letters; indeed, he seemed to know more, and was a sounder critic, of books than of pictures; with perhaps a deeper feeling for music that for either.
"His conversation had a peculiar kind of brilliance, different in order, but scarce inferior in quality to that of any other contemporary master of that art; a salt, whimsical dogmatism, equally full of convinced egoism and of imperturbable keen-sightedness. Generally choosing to be paradoxical, and vehement on behalf of any enthusiasm of the mind, he was the dupe of none of his own statements, or indeed of his own enthusiasms, and, really, very coldly impartial.

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20. Aubrey Beardsley: An Inventory Of His Collection At The Harry Ransom Humanities
Brief biography and finding aid for this special collection of the artist s correspondence, at the University of Texas at Austin.

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