The letters of Aubrey Beardsley

by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press in Rutherford

Written in English
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    • Beardsley, Aubrey, 1872-1898 -- Correspondence,
    • Artists -- Great Britain -- Correspondence
    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Henry Maas, J. L. Duncan and W. G. Good.
      ContributionsMaas, Henry, 1929- ed., Duncan, John, 1937- ed., Good, W. G., 1909- ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNC242.B3 M28
      The Physical Object
      Pagination472 p.
      Number of Pages472
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5604530M
      ISBN 100838668844
      LC Control Number68011571
      OCLC/WorldCa92992

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AUBREY BEARDSLEY. Anima naturaliter pagana, Aubrey Beardsley ended a long career, at the age of twenty-six, in the arms of the artist of our time, none certainly whose work has been in black and white, has reached a more universal, or a more contested fame; none has formed himself, out of such alien elements, a more personal originality of manner; none has .   Aubrey Beardsley, in full Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, (born Aug , Brighton, Sussex, England—died Ma , Menton, France), the leading English illustrator of the s and, after Oscar Wilde, the outstanding figure in the Aestheticism movement.. Drawing was a strong interest from early childhood, and Beardsley practiced it while earning . Aubrey Vincent Beardsley 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. Last Letters of Aubrey Beardsley by Aubrey Beardsley, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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In his short life, Aubrey Beardsley (Aug –Ma ) became a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement and forever changed the course of the graphic arts. He was an artist of elegant and unsentimental exaggeration, and yet beneath his grotesque aesthetic lay a subtle sensitivity to human fears, longings, and relationships.

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2; front cover design intended for The Yellow Book. Aubrey Vincent Beardsley was a renowned English illustrator best known for his grotesque, decadent, and often erotic drawings in black ink that appeared in such notable works as Oscar Wilde's 'Salome', and the edition of Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock'.

Aubrey Beardsley (–) was a fashionable young London illustrator, whose first commissions had been from the publisher J M Dent for a version of the medieval poet Malory’s Morte d’Arthur. The book was a favourite among the artists and poets of the Pre-Raphaelite movement, and Dent wanted something to capitalise on the successful.

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The Book AUBREY BEARDSLEY is a wonderful account of this 19th century artist and illustrator. The plates of his prints are fantastic. I was influenced by him as a young artist and i am grateful to get this book again (i had it years ago but it was stolen) and keep it in my collection/5(9).

The Letters of Aubrey Beardsley The first work to attempt a complete collection of his letters, some highlighted by sketches on the backs. There are several photographs of his family and friends, and reproductions of several of his most famous drawings.

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Born to a father who preferred to squander his inheritance rather than adopt a trade, Beardsley's creative prowess helped stave off complete destitution. Mabel Beardsley (24 August – 8 May ) was an English Victorian actress, and elder sister of the famous illustrator, Aubrey Beardsley, who according to her brother's biographer, "achieved mild notoriety for her exotic and flamboyant appearance".

Life. Beardsley was born in Brighton on 24 August Aubrey Beardsley's artistic career was remarkably impactful for its brevity. In the seven years he was able to draw and write before succumbing to tuberculosis, Beardsley developed a reputation as one of the most controversial artists of his time.

The linear elegance of his designs coupled with the artist's bizarre sense of humor and Nationality: British. Beschreibung: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art MayHardcover.

Zustand: New. This is the first book to bring together the recorded works of the English artist Aubrey Beardsley. Despite his early death from tuberculosis inat the age of 25, these amount to nearly completed works of art (plus many related sketches) as well as more than.

During his brief life span and career, Beardsley electrified the public with his exotic, sensual drawings. These seductive black-and-white renderings provide graphic designers with a rich selection of subjects from his most famous illustrated books including The Savoy and Salome, as well as exotic cover designs, title pages, and poster art.

Simultaneously with his Yellow Book career, Beardsley designed covers for the Keynotes series, an assortment of novels with cover designs of very similar format, published by John Lane. After illustrating four issues of The Yellow Book, Beardsley was dismissed inat the insistence of readers who mistakenly associated him with the.

Every book about the period reproduces at least one Beardsley title-page, drawing, or cover; every exhibition on Art Nouveau or turn-of-the-century book illustration includes a representative volume; and virtually every private and public collection of consequence has on its shelves a set of the 13 distinctive volumes” (Lasner, Yellow Book.

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There are several photographs of his family and.The Yellow Book owed much of its reputation to Aubrey Beardsley, who, despite John Lane's remonstrations, repeatedly attempted to shock public opinion. Lane would painstakingly peruse Beardsley's drawings before each publication as Beardsley was known for hiding inappropriate details in his work.