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Aubrey Beardsley

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  • The building is opposite Quadrant 1, the former Café Royal, frequented by Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley, which is being turned into a five-star hotel and set to complete early next year.

    Conversion of Regent Palace Hotel into £300m retail development completed

  • They also recall Aubrey Beardsley's fashion illustrations and Hillary Knight's '' Eloise '' drawings, absent the wholesome attributes.

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  • My favorite is the book "Aubrey Beardsley" by Brian Reade.

    Blast from the Past: Loaded Questions with Audrey Niffenegger author of The Time Traveler's Wife

  • Paris Art "Beauty, Morals and Voluptuousness in the England of Oscar Wilde" explores the art and ideas of the British aesthetic movement, with works by William Morris, James McNeill Whistler, Oscar Wilde, Aubrey Beardsley and others.

    What's On Around Europe

  • Aubrey Beardsley teased that Salome found beauty in the gory head of John the Baptist, and Max Beerbohm caricatured his chum Beardsley.

    A Self-Conscious Pursuit of Beauty in Art

  • Yale University Press 1893 bookplate In his brief life, Aubrey Beardsley 1872-98 gained fame for his often dark, Japanese-influenced drawings.

    The Fine Art of Saying 'It's My Book'

  • Gus Van Sant: When I was in junior high in Darien, Conn., the art that really influenced me came out of the record shops with their oversized posters by counter-culture artists like Aubrey Beardsley and all those classic album covers that seemed like art themselves.

    A Director's Own Private Watercolors

  • Starting with the 17th century, the exhibition goes on to cover the illustrations of Thomas Rowlandson, the provocative art of Aubrey Beardsley, the smutty seaside postcards of Donald McGill and the sculpture of David Shrigley.

    Tate Britain to mount exhibition of the British art of the rude

  • Certainly the two artists who seem to capture the figurative decadence of Berg's world are Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and Aubrey Beardsley (1872-98), whose works preceded and overlapped Berg's earlier compositions.

    Where Other Summer Festivals Fear to Tread

  • Rude Britannia isn't all politics, though; there's room in the show for such sauciers as Aubrey Beardsley and Donald McGill, both of whom? in their very divergent ways? extolled the comedic potential of the male erection in those far off days before the synthesis of Viagra.

    Rude Britannia: British Comic Art, at Tate Britain

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