Oscar Wilde Aestheticism
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- Before Bowie, there was Botticelli
- Pater, the guru of Aestheticism, urged his strait-laced Victorian readers to embrace “ecstasy” through art and beauty, free of all moral constraints and, says Evans, “Botticelli was central to that moment.” With the ...
- Oscar Wilde, darling of the Aesthetic Movement
- By the time Oscar Wilde was a precocious undergraduate at Oxford, the Aesthetic Movement was in full flower.
- The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900, V&A, London, review
- But the person to bring Aestheticism into most disrepute was not du Maurier but Oscar Wilde, a lousy art critic who appointed himself its spokesman without knowing the first thing about either art or design.
- Oscar Wilde Facts: The Importance of Being Indecent
- If there ever were an indecent writer, it would have been Oscar Wilde, the flamboyant 19th century Irish novelist, playwright, poet, aesthete, and all-around social taboo breaker.
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