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  1. Aubrey Beardsley|David Colvin, Focus On Reading: The Pigman|Walch Publishing, The Return Of Sherlock Holmes: Illustrated By Charles Raymond Macauley (Classic Reprint)|Arthur Conan Doyle, Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide To The Cutting Garden: Plants For Gorgeous Bouquets All Year Long (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin))|Rob Proctor

  2. The Collected Drawings Of Aubrey Beardsley|Bruce S, Embodiment And Virtue In Gregory Of Nyssa: An Anagogical Approach (Oxford Early Christian Studies)|Hans Boersma, Dark Side Of The Sun (Space: Above And Beyond - Harper Trophy Series, Book 2)|Dina Anastasio, How Wide The Heart|Elizabeth Ogilvie

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  6. The Studio featured the bold, Symbolist-inspired linear drawings of Aubrey Beardsley (1872–1898). Beardsley’s flamboyant black and white block print J’ai baisé ta bouche lokanaan for Oscar Wilde’s play Salomé (1894), with its brilliant incorporation of Japanese two-dimensional composition, may be regarded as a highlight of the Aesthetic movement and an early manifestation of Art ...

  7. 18/09/2013 · Su principal inspiración era el arte griego, las miniaturas indias y las obras de Aubrey Beardsley. 4.- Beatrix Potter (1866): Ilustradora de origen ingles, es reconocida en el mundo entero por ser escritora, naturalista e ilustradora de cuentos infantiles. Su personaje más famoso es Peter Rabbit.

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