Here is the art of Aubrey Beardsley full of beauty and decadence, sensuality and sin. For the first time there is included in a single volume: The Morte D’Arthur, Complete Salome (both published and suppressed versions), Complete Rape of the Lock, Complete Volpone, Suppressed Illustrations for Lysistrata (including one never before published), All miscellaneous drawings of importance (including one never before published publicly), All miscellaneous drawings of importance (including a large section of privately printed early work), A collection of interesting forgeries claimed to be original Beadsleys, Personal reminiscence and critical evaluation by Beardsley’s friend Arthur Symons, and a Complete catalog of Beardsley’s work revised by Beardsley himself.
Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley 1967
Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley by Arthur Symons. Hardcover with gold paper over boards and grey, quarter binding, in white illustrated jacket, 4to. 212pp. VG.