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Aubrey Beardsley

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English illustrator and author most widely known for his black-and-white, Artwork Nouveau drawings. He emulated Japanese woodcuts in his function, zeroing in on grotesque, decadent, and erotic imagery. Foremost person in the Aesthetic motion. He worked within an architect’s workplace as an illustrator in 1888; later on, he held a posture at Guardian Existence and Fire INSURANCE PROVIDER. He contributed significantly to the Artwork Nouveau motion, despite his early loss of life from tuberculosis. He was created to a dad who didn’t work, but instead lived off cash inherited from his maternal grandmother. He was rumored to experienced an incestuous romantic relationship with his old sister. He and renowned writer Oscar Wilde had been both area of the Aesthetic Movement.

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Full Name Aubrey Beardsley
Date Of Birth August 21, 1872
Died March 16, 1898, Menton, France
Place Of Birth England
Profession Illustrator
Education Bristol Grammar School, Brighton Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College, Westminster School of Art
Nationality British
Parents Vincent Paul Beardsley, Ellen Agnus Pitt
Siblings Mabel Beardsley
Star Sign Leo

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