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Sketch cover - Miss Mabel Beardsley Featured Aubrey Beardsley Print

Sketch cover - Miss Mabel Beardsley

Mabel Beardsley (24 August 1871 - 8 May 1916) 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". Appearing on the front cover of The Sketch magazine at the time she was appearing in The Modern Craze at St. George's Hall.
1899

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Satire on The Yellow Book Featured Aubrey Beardsley Print

Satire on The Yellow Book

Punch's satirical view of the fin-de-siecle publishing phenomenon, The Yellow Book, whose art editor was Aubrey Beardsley caricatured here. The publisher of The Yellow Book was The Bodley Head (here labelled The Bogey Head) owned by John Lane and Elkin Mathews. Date: 1895

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1895, Aubrey, Beardsley, Book, Chair, Chairs, Clown, De, Fin, Historical, History, Man, Phenomenon, Powered, Publishing, Punch, Punchs, Satire, Satirical, Sedan, Siecle, Transport, View, Women, Yellow

How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides, illustration from Le Morte Featured Aubrey Beardsley Print

How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides, illustration from Le Morte

XJF417302 How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides, illustration from Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, 1894 (litho) by Beardsley, Aubrey (1872-98); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Thomas Malory (c.1405-71) English writer; Le Morte d'Arthur was first published in 1485; How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides Making Great Sorrow and Mourning for La Beale Isoud'; part of the story of Tristram and Isolde;); English, out of copyright

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