Aubrey Beardsley: The Fin-de-Siecle Magician of Light and Darkness


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    First Thus.

    26cm x 19cm. 240 pages, colour illustrations. Illustrated french fold wrappers.

    First full English edition. “In a brief life and even briefer career — he died of tuberculosis in 1898 aged 25 — Aubrey Beardsley created some of the late 19th-century’s most well-known images, including illustrations for Oscar Wilde’s Salome, Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur and The Tales of Edgar Allen Poe. This new edition features more than 180 of Beardsley’s works, influenced by Japanese woodblock printing and infused with his fascination for the grotesque and the sexual.” (publisher’s blurb)

    . New Book.

    $60.00 AUD

    4 in stock

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    Hiroshi Unno

    Tokyo: PIE Books, 2020.
    First Thus.
    26cm x 19cm. 240 pages, colour illustrations. Illustrated french fold wrappers.

    First full English edition. “In a brief life and even briefer career — he died of tuberculosis in 1898 aged 25 — Aubrey Beardsley created some of the late 19th-century’s most well-known images, including illustrations for Oscar Wilde’s Salome, Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur and The Tales of Edgar Allen Poe. This new edition features more than 180 of Beardsley’s works, influenced by Japanese woodblock printing and infused with his fascination for the grotesque and the sexual.” (publisher’s blurb)

    . New Book. $60 AUD.
    Book#0013811

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    Weight 0.74 kg
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    9784756252883