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Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1872-1898), Illustrator

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sitter in 8 portraits
Illustrator; in a short life of intense and fevered activity, produced many brilliant, original and highly finished black-and-white drawings. His frequently morbid and erotic illustrations to the Yellow Book and the Savoy made him a cult figure of the decadent movement; illustrated Alexander Pope's Rape of the Lock and Oscar Wilde's Salome; an aesthete of elegance and charm, and a witty conversationalist.

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P1828

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Frederick Hollyer
platinum print, 1893
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P1828

P114

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1894
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P114

1991

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Jacques-Emile Blanche
oil on canvas, 1895
On display in Room 28 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1991

x4608

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Monsieur Abel
collodion printing-out paper print, November 1897
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x4608

D32975

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, published 1899 (1897)
NPG D32975

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