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Edgar Allan Poe in 3D Cutting Boards

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The Black Cat - Aubrey Beardsley. Illustrating  the story by Edgar Allan Poe.  Probably my favourite. E.

The Black Cat - Aubrey Beardsley. Illustrating the story by Edgar Allan Poe. Probably my favourite. E.

Illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, made to accompany Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories. Beardsley, born on August 21, 1872, favored the grotesque and the erotic in his drawings and had a large influence on the developing the Art Nouveau style, though he lived only to twenty-five. He also illustrated work by Oscar Wilde and Alexander Pope and... <a href="http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2015/08/21/beardsleys-poe/">Read More</a> <span class="link">»</span>

Illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, made to accompany Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories. Beardsley, born on August 21, 1872, favored the grotesque and the erotic in his drawings and had a large influence on the developing the Art Nouveau style, though he lived only to twenty-five. He also illustrated work by Oscar Wilde and Alexander Pope and... <a href="http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2015/08/21/beardsleys-poe/">Read More</a> <span class="link">»</span>

Aubrey_Beardsley_-_Edgar_Poe_1  Aubrey Beardsley’s Macabre Illustrations of Edgar Allan Poe’s Short Stories (1894)

Aubrey_Beardsley_-_Edgar_Poe_1 Aubrey Beardsley’s Macabre Illustrations of Edgar Allan Poe’s Short Stories (1894)

"Tales of Mystery and Imagination", Illustrations for the book by Edgar Allan Poe, 1919. Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931).

"Tales of Mystery and Imagination", Illustrations for the book by Edgar Allan Poe, 1919. Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931).

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