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King Mark and Sir Dinadan (1 of 2)
King Mark and Sir Dinadan (1 of 2)


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Print Size Small (9 x 12 inches)
Photo Semi Matte
$12.50
Fine Art Paper
$18.00
Canvas
$22.00
Print Size Medium (12 x 16 inches)
Photo Semi Matte
$18.00
Fine Art Paper
$25.00
Canvas
$30.00
Print Size Large (16 x 20 inches)
Photo Semi Matte
$24.00
Fine Art Paper
$36.00
Canvas
$40.00
Beardsley illustration (part 1 of 2 plate panel) of a man on the ground with a cliff and forest behind him, entitled 'How Mark and Sir Dinadan heard Sir Palomides' great sorrow and mourning for La Beale Isoud'. Illustration to 'Morte d'Arthur,' Vol. II. between pp. 484 and 485. 1893-1894. - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (English; 21 August 1872 – 16 March 1898) was an English illustrator and author. His drawings are characterized by an erotic nature, and his most erotic illustrations are those found in the Lysisrata; Beardsley drew these for a privately printed edition. Beardsley later converted to Catholicism, and would subsequently beg his publisher to “destroy all copies of Lysistrata and bad drawings...by all that is holy all obscene drawings." His publisher, Leonard Smithers, ignored Beardsley’s wishes, and actually continued to sell reproductions as well as forgeries of Beardsley's work. Beardsley was active till his death in Menton, France, at the age of 25 on 16 March 1898 of tuberculosis. He had been received into the Roman Catholic church in March of the previous year.
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