Framed archival quality, giclée reproduction of 'La Dame Aux Camelias', 1894 from Tate’s collection of Modern Art.
Made in England. Oak frame.
The title of this illustration comes from the celebrated French novel by Alexander Dumas II about a generous-hearted courtesan who sacrifices herself for her lover. Beardsley shared a similar fate to the courtesan, suffering from tuberculosis that would eventually kill him. However, this drawing must also be considered as one of a series of fetishistic pictures Beardsley made of women preparing themselves at their dressing table. As a depiction of self-contemplation, in the cut-off mirror, it also suggests the theme of narcissism.
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