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Aubrey Beardsley - Design for the Frontispiece to John Davidson's Plays 1894  This does not apparently show a scene a play, but is instead a series of caricatures of notable figures of the day: the cloaked figure is Sir Augustus Harris, manager of the Covent Garden, Drury Lane & Her Majestys theatres. Oscar Wilde is portrayed as Bacchus, the nude woman is Beardsley's sister Mabel. faun is Henry Harland, editor of Yellow Book, masked figure is poet Richard Le Gallienne, ballerina is Adeline…

Aubrey Beardsley - Design for the Frontispiece to John Davidson's Plays 1894 This does not apparently show a scene a play, but is instead a series of caricatures of notable figures of the day: the cloaked figure is Sir Augustus Harris, manager of the Covent Garden, Drury Lane & Her Majestys theatres. Oscar Wilde is portrayed as Bacchus, the nude woman is Beardsley's sister Mabel. faun is Henry Harland, editor of Yellow Book, masked figure is poet Richard Le Gallienne, ballerina is Adeline…

Aubrey Beardsley | The Illustration Watercooler

Aubrey Beardsley

Aubrey Beardsley | The Illustration Watercooler

Aubrey Beardsley, illustration for the title page of The Yellow Book (III), 1894.

Aubrey Beardsley, illustration for the title page of The Yellow Book (III), 1894.

BEARDSLEY, Aubrey English Art Nouveau,Golden Age Illustrator (1872-1898)_Venus between Terminal Gods 1895

BEARDSLEY, Aubrey English Art Nouveau,Golden Age Illustrator (1872-1898)_Venus between Terminal Gods 1895

Wilde: Salome Posters by Aubrey Beardsley at AllPosters.com

Wilde: Salome

Ces oeuvres qui sont une tuerie ! - page 6 - Forums madmoiZelle.com

Ces oeuvres qui sont une tuerie !

Ces oeuvres qui sont une tuerie ! - page 6 - Forums madmoiZelle.com

Audrey Munson earned the headline 'All New York Bows to the Real Miss Manhattan' in the 1910s peak of her career, but her stratospheric rise ended in tragedy after she became embroiled in a homicide.

NYC’s first supermodel died alone in an insane asylum

Audrey Munson earned the headline 'All New York Bows to the Real Miss Manhattan' in the 1910s peak of her career, but her stratospheric rise ended in tragedy after she became embroiled in a homicide.