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Aubrey Beardsley: A Biography
by Matthew Sturgis, Aubrey Beardsley
Diagnosed with tuberculosis at age 7, the talk of London before he turned 22, and dead at 25, Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) was a textbook example of the doomed artist he and his fellow decadents admired so much. British journalist and art critic Matthew Sturgis paints an evocative picture of the ...
Hardcover - January 1999

Aubrey Beardsley
by Stephen Calloway, Aubrey Beardsley
There was little that fin-de-sicle artist Aubrey Beardsley's famous gold-nibbed pen could not illustrate--drawings, posters, bookbindings. Though he died of tuberculosis at the age of 25, he left an enormous body of work behind that found a willing audience during his lifetime in the more ...
Hardcover - April 1998

Aubrey Beardsley : Imp of the Perverse
by Stanley Weintraub; Paperback

Aubrey Beardsley 2012 Calendar
by Aubrey Beardsley
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Best Works of Aubrey Beardsley (Dover Pictorial Archive Series)
by Aubrey Beardsley
(Paperback - September 1990)

Salome & Under the Hill
by Oscar Wilde, et al

The Rape of the Lock: An Heroicomical Poem in Five Cantos
by Alexander Pope, Aubrey Beardsley (Editor)
Tillotson's seminal edition includes comprehensive annotation, the 1712 version of the poem as well as the 1714 version, and a substantial amount of critical material in appendices. No student of Pope can afford to be without this classic edition ...
Paperback - August 1968

Salome & Under the Hill
by Oscar Wilde, et al
This joint centennial edition of Salome and Under the Hill, with seventeen of Beardsley's unsurpassable drawings, is a timely rehabilitation of these two all-too-often ignored fin-de-siecle texts, and constitues a volume of unadulterated Decadent Erotica which must surely stand as the apogee of ...
Paperback - April 1996

Le Morte D'Arthur
by Thomas Malory, Aubrey Beardsley (Illustrator)
Hardcover - November 1995

Beardsley's Le Morte Darthur: Selected Illustrations (The Dover Art Library)
by Aubrey Beardsley
Paperback - August 2001

The Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley
by Aubrey Beardsley, Bruce Harris (Editor)
Hardcover - December 1983

Aubrey Beardsley, Drawings
by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, Hans Hofstatter
Paperback - November 1979

Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890's: An Anthology of British Poetry and Prose
by Beckson, et al
Paperback - July 1992

Decadence and Catholicism
by Ellis Hanson, Aubrey Beardsley (Illustrator)
Paperback - February 1998

King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table: Retold Out of the Old Romances (Everyman's Library Children's Classics)
by Roger Lancelyn Green, et al
Hardcover - October 1993

by Oscar Wilde, Aubrey Beardsley (Illustrator)
Paperback - June 1989

Aubrey Beardsley
by Patrick Bade

Born in 1972, Aubrey Beardsley was-- with Oscar Wilde--one of the key figures in the final decadent years of Queen Victoria's England. He was largely self-taught, and at first based his work on the themes of the pre- Raphaelites such as Burne-Jones and Rossetti. Later he adopted a stylistic approach that was novel and radical, ...

The Publishing History of Aubrey Beardsley's Compositions for Oscar Wilde's Salomé
by Joan Navarre

Aubrey Beardsley - And the Nineties
by Peter Raby

Aubrey Beardsley lived the life of a decadent, and his art--witty, irreverent, grotesque--often shocked late-Victorian sensibilities. His work was also sublimely elegant, and his stylish, suggestive illustrations for Oscar Wilde's Salome, and for The Studio, The Yellow Book, and The Savoy were widely admired throughout Europe and America. ...

The Story of Venus and Tannhauser
by Aubrey Beardsley, et al
Paperback - September 1995

Aubrey Beardsley: The Remains of a Poet
by William R. Laws (Editor), Aubrey Beardsley
Paperback - March 1996

Aubrey Beardsley: Imp of the Perverse
by Stanley Weintraub
Paperback - August 2000

At age 20, the "Fra Angelico of Satanism", as Roger Fry was to call Aubrey Beardsley, was an obscure clerk in a London insurance firm. Three years later he was the most notorious--and perhaps the most influential--artist in England. Here, then, is the marvelous boy--he died at 25--as human being and as complex and tragic genius, ...

The Prophet Returns
by Gunther Schaule, Aubrey Beardsley (Illustrator)
Paperback - June 1996

Aubrey Beardsley: Symbol, Mask, and Self-Irony (American University Studies. Series Iv, English Language and Literature, Vol 35)
by Milly Heyd
Hardcover - December 1986

Letters of Aubrey Beardsley
by Aubrey Beardsley, et al
Hardcover - January 1975

Aubrey Beardsley
by Robert Ross(Textbook Binding - June 2009)

Black and White: A Portrait of Aubrey Beardsley
by Brigid Brophy
Paperback - June 1969

Aubrey Beardsley Designs from the Age of Chivalry
by Barbara Holdridge
Paperback - February 1984

Aubrey Beardsley and British Wagnerism in the 1890s: The Imperfect Wagnerites
by Emma Sutton
Hardcover - June 2002

This volume is an interdisciplinary study of the influence of the operas, writing, and personality of Richard Wagner (1813-1883) on the work of Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898). In exploring Beardsley's often iconoclastic versions--or perversions--of Wagner's work Aubrey Beardsley and British Wagernism in the 1890s aims to investigate the role of Wagnerism with "fin-de-siecle" British culture, ...

Venus and Tannhauser an Erotic Tale
by Aubrey Beardsley (Author)

Salome: A Tragedy in One Act
by Oscar Wilde, et al
Paperback - June 1967

Aubrey Beardsley
by Brian Reade (Author), Aubrey Beardsley (Author)

Aubrey Beardsley: Sixty Selected Drawings
by Bridget Elliot
Paperback - October 1995

Art of Aubrey Beardsley
by Catherine Slessor
Hardcover - February 1990

Aubrey Beardsley: A Slave to Beauty
by David Colvin, Aubrey Beardsley
Paperback - October 1998

by Stanley Weintraub

Aubrey Beardsley
by Andrew Lambirth (Author)

Aubrey Beardsley : the clown, the harlequin, the pierrot of his age
by Haldane Macfall (Author)

Art Nouveau Bookplates: 122 Ready to Use Plates With Adhesive Backs
by Aubrey Bearsley, et al
Paperback - August 1976

Best of Aubrey Beardsley
by Kenneth Clark, Baron Clark McKenzie
Hardcover - December 1978

Aubrey Beardsley, an Account of His Life
by Miriam J. Benkovitz
Hardcover - January 1981

Aubrey and the dying lady: a Beardsley riddle
by Malcolm Easton

Under the hill : and other essays in prose and verse
by Aubrey Beardsley

The Later Work of Aubrey Beardsley
by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Paperback - January 1988

Beardsleys Illustrations for Le Morte D'Arthur
by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Paperback - June 1972

Aubrey Beardsley Greeting Card Book
by Theodore Menten (Editor), Aubrey Beardsley
Paperback - June 1975

The Early Work of Aubrey Beardsley
by Aubrey Beardsley
Paperback - June 1967

Confessions of Aubrey Beardsley
by Donald S Olson (Author)

Beardsley and his world
by Brigid Brophy
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Aubrey Beardsley
by Brian Reade (Author)

by Aubrey Vincent, Beardsley
Hardcover - March 1977

by Simon Wilson
Hardcover - February 1984

Aubrey Beardsley (Twayne's English Authors Series, 459)
by Ian Fletcher
Hardcover - December 1987

The Beardsley period; an essay in perspective
by Osbert Burdett

Reconsidering Aubrey Beardsley (Nineteenth-Century Studies)
by Robert Langenfeld (Editor)
Hardcover - November 1989

Nine essays present new perspectives on Beardsley's (1872-1898) art and writing. Topics include his use of paradox, influence on modern theater, attitude toward women, and view of the artist/illustrator as literary critic. Half the book is a 1500 item secondary bibliography, the first ever compiled for Beardsley. ...

The Outrageous Antics of Tadwag: The Little Satyr Who Disturbed the Smugness of the Universe (The Tadwag Series)
by Hunter B. Shirley (Illustrator), Aubrey Beardsley (Illustrator)
Paperback - June 1990
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Aubrey Beardsley, the man and his work
by Haldane Macfall
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Aubrey Beardsley: Catalog of Drawings and Bibliographies
by A.E. Gallatin
Hardcover - November 1980

The story of Venus and Tannhèauser : or, "Under the hill" : in which is set forth an exact account of the manner of state held by Madam Venus, goddess and meretrix, under the famous Hèorselberg, and containing the adventures of Tannhèauser in that place, his repentance, his journeying to Rome and return to the loving mountain : a romantic novel
by Aubrey Beardsley

Vision and Death of Aubrey Beardsley
by Derek Stanford
Hardcover - December 1985
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Mac Hershberger: Art Deco American
by Karen Brewer (Editor), et al
Paperback - November 1986

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