Aubrey Beardsley - Salomè via Oscar Wilde http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/beardsley/primorac.html

Aubrey Beardsley, Famous for his erotic pen and ink drawings, TB took this gifted aesthetic artist at only 25

Aubrey Beardsley - Salomè via Oscar Wilde http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/beardsley/primorac.html

"The Peacock Skirt", illustration by Aubrey Beardsley for Oscar Wilde's play Salomé (1892)

"The Peacock Skirt", illustration by Aubrey Beardsley for Oscar Wilde's play Salomé (1892)

life and death - the living and the dead yin and yang /// Aubrey Beardsley - Gailestis (1895)

Details about Aubrey Beardsley - Victorian Era Art Photo / Poster Print 1872/1898

life and death - the living and the dead yin and yang /// Aubrey Beardsley - Gailestis (1895)

Art Noveau. Modernismos. Beardsley

Aubrey Beardsley y su Art Noveau.

Takato Yamamoto (Japanese). - lithography and printing ink on paper in a traditional Japanese style. His first exhibition was held in Tokyo in 1998.

Best of 2015: Takato Yamamoto's "Heisei Estheticism"

Takato Yamamoto (Japanese). - lithography and printing ink on paper in a traditional Japanese style. His first exhibition was held in Tokyo in 1998.

Aubrey Beardsley - How Sir Bedivere Cast the Sword Excalibur into the Water, by Aubrey Beardsley (1894) via Wikipedia

Aubrey Beardsley - How Sir Bedivere Cast the Sword Excalibur into the Water, by Aubrey Beardsley (1894) via Wikipedia

Inspired by Beardsely: The Ten Dancing Princesses by Kay Nielsen

Aubrey Beardsley and the Book Illustrators, review

Project 5: Art Nouveau Style Classic Book Cover Inspiration (Aubrey Beardsley)

Aubrey Beardsley y su Art Noveau.

Project 5: Art Nouveau Style Classic Book Cover Inspiration (Aubrey Beardsley)

Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) was a fascinating figure in the late 1960s to early '70s, possibly because of the hippie movement's interest in Art Nouveau/Art Deco artifacts as "camp".  A book published in 1969, "Black & White: A Portrait of Aubrey Beardsley", no doubt had an influence.

Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) was a fascinating figure in the late 1960s to early '70s, possibly because of the hippie movement's interest in Art Nouveau/Art Deco artifacts as "camp". A book published in 1969, "Black & White: A Portrait of Aubrey Beardsley", no doubt had an influence.

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