Person    | Male  Born 21/8/1872  Died 16/3/1898

Aubrey Beardsley

Categories: Art, Literature

Countries: France

Illustrator. Born Aubrey Vincent Beardsley at 12 Buckingham Road, Brighton. Diagnosed with tuberculosis at the age of seven and described by his mother as 'like a delicate little piece of Dresden china'. Best known for his 'art nouveau' and erotic illustrations, particularly in the 'Yellow Book' magazine. He was part of Oscar Wilde's clique of aesthetes. Died at Menton, France.

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