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“Autumn” 1896 ✒️ • • Originally made for a calendar - it was rejected for being too erotically charged. This could be the inspiration for @realalphonsemucha Autumn pieces which share composition elements as it was published in France #aubreybeardsley

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 image by Plymouth Illustration (@plymouthillustration) with caption : "A little trip to the artist and rare book collection in the University library. Sooo much in there! Including the new 'z" - 1983277519479497033
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A little trip to the artist and rare book collection in the University library. Sooo much in there! Including the new 'zine section - posts to follow. #aubreybeardsley

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 image by Sebastien Hayez (@sebastienhayez) with caption : "Aubrey Beardsley by Gilles Neyret. @taschen #book #monograph #illustration #art #uk #aubreybeardsley #beardsley #graphic" - 1982914183943391186
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Aubrey Beardsley by Gilles Neyret. @taschen #aubreybeardsley

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Collaboration: Another exciting scarf project, translating the beautiful Aubrey Beardsley’s illustration onto a scarf using our luxuriously soft silk fabric. Available exclusively at V&A. Image: Credit @ V&A Scarf: V&A Shop #aubreybeardsley

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The Yellow Book (April 1984), was a leading journal of the British 1890s that was associated with Aestheticism and Decadence, the magazine contained a wide range of literary and artistic genres, poetry, short stories, essays, book illustrations, portraits, and reproductions of paintings. Aubrey Beardsley was its first art editor, and he has been credited with the idea of the yellow cover, with its association with illicit French fiction of the period. Beardsley's contribution transformed The Yellow Book into a periodical associated with the more decadent attitudes of the fin-de-siecle. It was the decision of both Beardsley and Henry Harland to design the book in accordance with the French novel. This decision was the key factor in causing Beardsley's removal from the periodical. The media mistakenly reported the yellow book which Oscar Wilde carried to his trial to be The Yellow Book itself, when it in fact was a French novel. #aubreybeardsley Read more: www.1890s.ca Historical note from Wikipedia.

 Instagram Image by Sam Bakewell (@the_collector_collector) with caption : "Museum No: E.327-1972
Artist: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Object: Bon-Mots Vignette, drawing
Place of Origin: London 
Dated" at Victoria and Albert Museum - 1982081484701322885

Museum No: E.327-1972 Artist: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley Object: Bon-Mots Vignette, drawing Place of Origin: London Dated: 1893 Materials and Techniques: Pen and ink Dimensions: H: 7.2 cm, W: 3.7 cm Location: Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case 91, shelf B, box 36 Collection Code: Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection Notes: Drawing by Aubrey Beardsley, vignette for p.156 of Bon-Mots of Charles Lamb and Douglas Jerrold, ed. by Walter Jerrold and published by J. M. Dent and Co., London 1893 (museum no.E.336-1972); pen and ink. One of five original drawings bound into volume. See previous 5 posts. . . . #aubreybeardsley

 Instagram Image by Sam Bakewell (@the_collector_collector) with caption : "Museum No: E.326-1972
Artist: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Object: Bon-Mots Vignette, drawing
Place of Origin: London 
Dated" at Victoria and Albert Museum - 1982081282653299284

Museum No: E.326-1972 Artist: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley Object: Bon-Mots Vignette, drawing Place of Origin: London Dated: 1893 Materials and Techniques: Pen and ink Dimensions: H: 7.5 cm, W: 5.8 cm Location: Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case 91, shelf B, box 36 Collection Code: Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection Notes: Drawing by Aubrey Beardsley, vignette for p.138 of Bon-Mots of Charles Lamb and Douglas Jerrold, ed. by Walter Jerrold and published by J. M. Dent and Co., London 1893 (museum no.E.336-1972); pen and ink. One of five original drawings bound into volume. See previous 4 posts. . . . #aubreybeardsley