An English illustrator, art editor, and author, Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) had a very influential career before passing away at age 26 from tuberculosis. His work ranges across a variety of styles, from wood-cut to detailed pen and ink.
In this first volume of Aubrey’s work, images were curated from a variety of sources including covers of the literary magazine The Savoy, a play about the clown Pierrot, and a mock epic poem written by Alexander Pope. The line art varies from simple to intensely detailed, with every illustration featuring at least one person.
This PDF version of The Art of Aubrey Bearsley, Vol. 1, contains the same number of illustrations as the print version. You will find all of the pages represented in the Product Gallery. There are 20 full page (8.5″ x 11″) illustrations, and 20, 4” x 6” images as postcard-sized close-ups of the preceding artwork.
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