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Aubrey Vincent Collection

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Isolde, c1895, (1896). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Isolde, c1895, (1896). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Isolde, c1895, (1896). From The Studio Volume 6. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1896]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Toilet of Lampito, 1896. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Toilet of Lampito, 1896. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Toilet of Lampito, 1896. Illustration from Lysistrata by Aristophanes

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Climax, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Climax, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Climax, c1893. An illustration for Oscar Wildes Salome. From The Studio Volume 1 [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1893]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Poster for The Yellow Book, Volume IV, January 1895. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Poster for The Yellow Book, Volume IV, January 1895. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Poster for The Yellow Book, Volume IV, January 1895

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Lacedemonian Ambassadors, for 'The Lysistrata of Aristophanes', ca. 1926

The Lacedemonian Ambassadors, for "The Lysistrata of Aristophanes", ca. 1926
The Lacedemonian Ambassadors, for " The Lysistrata of Aristophanes", ca. 1926. (Originally published privately by Leonard Smithers in 1896]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Examination of the Herald, for 'The Lysistrata of Aristophanes', ca. 1926

The Examination of the Herald, for "The Lysistrata of Aristophanes", ca. 1926
The Examination of the Herald, for " The Lysistrata of Aristophanes", ca. 1926. (Originally published privately by Leonard Smithers in 1896]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Toilet of Helen, 1890s, (1935). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Toilet of Helen, 1890s, (1935). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
The Toilet of Helen, 1890s, (1935). A bare-breasted Helen sits at the dressing-table as a veiled woman attends to her hair. Grotesque dwarf figures fight in the foreground

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Abbe, 1896, (1935). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Abbe, 1896, (1935). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
The Abbe, 1896, (1935). Character named Abbe Aubrey and sometimes Abbe Fanfreluche. From " Under the Hill", an erotic story written and illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). The Baron (left) is snipping off a lock of Belindas hair with a pair of scissors. ( Rape in this case is derived from the Latin rapere, meaning to snatch, to grab)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Siegfried, Act II, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Siegfried, Act II, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Siegfried, Act II, c1893. This drawing is an illustration relating to Act II of Richard Wagners (1813-1883) opera Siegfried. From The Studio Volume 1 [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1893]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Portrait of a woman, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Portrait of a woman, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Portrait of a woman, 1898. Plate taken from The Studio magazine, volume 13, no 62 (London, 14th May 1898)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Aubrey Beardsley, British artist, 1890s. Artist: Frederick Hollyer

Aubrey Beardsley, British artist, 1890s. Artist: Frederick Hollyer
Aubrey Beardsley, British artist, 1890s. Beardsley (1872-1898) was the most original genius of British art in the 1890s. In his short career, before his early death from consumption

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Design for Cover of Nobodys Fault, 1914. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Design for Cover of Nobodys Fault, 1914. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Design for Cover of Nobodys Fault, 1896, (1914). Illustrion for the novel by Netta Syrett (1865-943). From The Art of the Book edited by Charles Holme. [The Studio, Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1914]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Design for Cover of The Mountain Lovers, c. 1895, (1914). Artists: Aubrey Beardsley, William Sharp

Design for Cover of The Mountain Lovers, c. 1895, (1914). Artists: Aubrey Beardsley, William Sharp
Design for Cover of The Mountain Lovers, c.1895, (1914). Illustration for The Mountain Lovers by William Sharp (1855-1905), a Scottish writer of poetry and literary biography

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Design for Title-Page of Pagan Papers, 1893, (1914). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Design for Title-Page of Pagan Papers, 1893, (1914). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Design for Title-Page of Pagan Papers, 1893, (1914). Illustration from Kenneth Grahames (1859-1932) collection of stories, Pagan Papers. From The Art of the Book edited by Charles Holme

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Title-Page Designed by Aubrey Beardsley for Messrs. J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, 1909, (1914)

Title-Page Designed by Aubrey Beardsley for Messrs. J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, 1909, (1914). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Title-Page Designed by Aubrey Beardsley for Messrs. J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, 1909, (1914). Illustrated edition of Le Morte d Arthur (the death of Arthur) by Thomas Malory (c.1415-1471)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Rape of the Lock. (Alexander Pope. ) Pen Drawing, 1896, (1923). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Rape of the Lock. (Alexander Pope. ) Pen Drawing, 1896, (1923). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Rape of the Lock. (Alexander Pope.) Pen Drawing, 1896, (1923). The Rape of the Lock is a mock-heroic narrative poem written by Alexander Pope with Art Nouveau illustration by Aubrey Beardesley

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Illustration from Morte D Arthur, 1893-1894, (1923). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Illustration from Morte D Arthur, 1893-1894, (1923). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Illustration from Morte D Arthur, 1893-1894, (1923). Le Morte d Arthur is a reworking of traditional tales by Sir Thomas Malory about the legendary King Arthur

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Eyes of Herod, 1894, (1912). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Eyes of Herod, 1894, (1912). Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Eyes of Herod, 1894, (1912). An illustration for Salome by Oscar Wilde. Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1872 -1898) was an English illustrator and author

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Merlin Taketh the Child Arthur into His Keeping, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Merlin Taketh the Child Arthur into His Keeping, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Merlin Taketh the Child Arthur into His Keeping, c1893. An illustration for Sir Thomas Malory (d1471) reworking of Le Morte d Arthur

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Birthday of Madame Cigale, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Birthday of Madame Cigale, c1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Birthday of Madame Cigale, c1893. From The Studio Volume 1 [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1893]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: The Peacock Girl, 1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

The Peacock Girl, 1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
The Peacock Girl, 1893. An illustration for Salome, by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900). From The Studio Volume 2. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1893]

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Pan reading to a woman by a brook, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Pan reading to a woman by a brook, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Pan reading to a woman by a brook, 1898. Plate taken from The Studio magazine, volume 13, no 62 (London, 14th May 1898)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: A woman sitting on a rearing horse, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

A woman sitting on a rearing horse, 1898. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
A woman sitting on a rearing horse, 1898. Plate taken from The Studio magazine, volume 13, no 62 (London, 14th May 1898)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Design for Cover ofThe Woman Who Did, 1914. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Design for Cover ofThe Woman Who Did, 1914. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Design for Cover ofThe Woman Who Did, 1914. Illustration for the novel by Grant Allen, published c.1895. Allen was sympathetic to the feminist cause and womens rights

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Salomes Toilette, 1894. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Salomes Toilette, 1894. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Salomes Toilette, 1894. Salome is being attended by a masked figure. Illustration for the play Salome by Oscar Wilde. (1894)

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Excalibur being reclaimed by the Lady of the Lake, 1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Excalibur being reclaimed by the Lady of the Lake, 1893. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Excalibur being reclaimed by the Lady of the Lake, 1893. A hand emerging from the lake to reclaim Excalibur, the sword which, according to legend

Background imageAubrey Vincent Collection: Cover of The Illustrated American, 1894. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley

Cover of The Illustrated American, 1894. Artist: Aubrey Beardsley
Cover of The Illustrated American, 1894; representing a golf costume


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