Oscar Wilde Salome Notecard Set of 6 by Aubrey Beardsley
Iconic images from the renowned artist Aubrey Beardsley illustrating the work of Oscar Wilde. Each wallet contains 6 cards of 2 designs with accompanying China white envelopes.
|Dimensions||18 x 1 x 13cm|
|Fabric & material||300 gsm paper|
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Aubrey Beardsley English illustrator and writer, Aubrey Beardsley showed a great talent for drawing at a young age. Whilst he had no formal training, he was an avid reader and drew on the art of the past and present. Undoubtedly influenced by the work of his mentor Burne-Jones and Japanese prints, he was the most controversial artist of the Art Nouveau era with his dark but elegant and erotic drawings. His health was always fragile and he died of tuberculosis when he was just 26, at the “age of a flower” as his friend Oscar Wilde remarked. The notecards feature two images from Oscar Wilde's Salome: The Black Cape and The Peacock Skirt.