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Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde - Wilde Thing - T-shirt / poster print design

Oscar Wilde - Wilde Thing - T-shirt / poster print design
Oscar Wilde portrait - T-shirt / poster print design WILDE THING

Background imageWilde Collection: WW2 - NaFI presents ENSA Production at Alexandria, Egypt

WW2 - NaFI presents ENSA Production at Alexandria, Egypt
WW2 - A playbill for a production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde produced by N.A.A.F.I (Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes)

Background imageWilde Collection: Beardsley / Salome / Head

Beardsley / Salome / Head
The dancers reward : the head on a platter

Background imageWilde Collection: Wilde / The Selfish Giant

Wilde / The Selfish Giant
The little boy he had loved

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde. Oscar Wilde, three-quarter length portrait, facing front, seated, leaning forward, left elbow resting on knee, hand to chin, holding walking stick in right hand, wearing coat. Date c1882

Background imageWilde Collection: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest at the St Jamess Theatre, London. Gwendolen Fairfax (Miss Irene Vanbrugh) and Worthing; Gwendolen and Cecily (Miss Evelyn Millard); Gwendolen

Background imageWilde Collection: Dorian Gray by Curtain

Dorian Gray by Curtain
Dorian Gray

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde / Sketch 1895

Oscar Wilde / Sketch 1895
OSCAR WILDE - Irish writer and playwright

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde / Hs Portrait

Oscar Wilde / Hs Portrait
OSCAR WILDE - Irish playwright, author and celebrity

Background imageWilde Collection: Dorian Gray / Wilde / Books

Dorian Gray / Wilde / Books
Dorian goes upstairs to the locked room where his portrait is kept

Background imageWilde Collection: OSCAR WILDE (1856-1900)

OSCAR WILDE (1856-1900)
OSCAR WILDE

Background imageWilde Collection: Wilde (Ellis Photo)

Wilde (Ellis Photo)
OSCAR WILDE - Irish writer and celebrity

Background imageWilde Collection: Theatre / Plays / Wilde

Theatre / Plays / Wilde
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Algy, Cecily, John Worthing, Lady Bracknell and Canon Chasuble; at the St James Theatre

Background imageWilde Collection: Theatre / Plays / Wilde

Theatre / Plays / Wilde
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST George Alexander as Jack Worthing, Stella Patrick Campbell as Lady Gwendolen, Helen Rous as Lady Bracknell

Background imageWilde Collection: The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince - by Oscar Wilde. In a town where a lot of poor people are suffering, a lonely swallow meets the statue of the late " Happy Prince"

Background imageWilde Collection: The Peacock Skirt

The Peacock Skirt, an illustration from Salome by Oscar Wilde, 1894. Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898). Date: 1894

Background imageWilde Collection: Portrait of Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright sitting in chair

Portrait of Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright sitting in chair
Oscar Wilde (1856-1900) - Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet. circa 1885

Background imageWilde Collection: Lord Alfred Douglas / 1894

Lord Alfred Douglas / 1894
Lord ALFRED BRUCE DOUGLAS writer, friend of Oscar Wilde in 1894, at age 24

Background imageWilde Collection: The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde

The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde
Promotional postcard for The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde. First produced at the St. Jamess Theatre, on 14th February 1895. For the St. James revival, 25th November 1909

Background imageWilde Collection: Play, Lady Windermeres Fan

Play, Lady Windermeres Fan
LADY WINDERMEREs FAN Mrs Erlynne (Marion Terry) entreats Lady Windermere (Lily Hanbury) to return to her husband; first production at St James Theatre, London by Oscar Wilde Date: 1892

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright

Oscar Wilde - Irish Playwright
Oscar Wilde (1856-1900) - Irish playwright, author and celebrity. Date: circa 1890

Background imageWilde Collection: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest at the St Jamess Theatre, London. Miss Prism (Mrs George Canninge) and Worthing (Mr George Alexander); Algernon Moncrieff (Mr Allen Aynesworth)

Background imageWilde Collection: Alfred Douglas & Wilde

Alfred Douglas & Wilde
Lord ALFRED BRUCE DOUGLAS writer, with Oscar Wilde in 1894, at age 24

Background imageWilde Collection: Play / Wilde / Salome

Play / Wilde / Salome
The dancers reward: the head on a platter. Maud Allan holds the head of Johannen. Date: 1907

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde cartoon

Oscar Wilde cartoon
Oscar Wilde - IRISH PLAYWRIGHT Cartoon Portrayal

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde
OSCAR WILDE - Irish playwright, essayist, poet and novelist. Date: 1856-1900

Background imageWilde Collection: A Woman of No Importance

A Woman of No Importance
A rather dark humoured illustration by Phil May, entitled A Woman of No Importance, a skit on the title of the play by Oscar Wilde of 1893

Background imageWilde Collection: Happy Prince / Sans-Souci

Happy Prince / Sans-Souci
The Palace of Sans-Souci

Background imageWilde Collection: Cartoon, The Six-Mark Tea-Pot (Aestheticism)

Cartoon, The Six-Mark Tea-Pot (Aestheticism)
Cartoon, The Six-Mark Tea-Pot -- a satirical comment on the new fashion of aestheticism: a man who resembles Oscar Wilde admires a teapot

Background imageWilde Collection: RMS Titanic, and Olympic, Henry Tingle Wilde, letter

RMS Titanic, and Olympic, Henry Tingle Wilde, letter
RMS TITANIC/OLYMPIC: Henry Tingle Wilde (September 21st 1872 to April 15th 1912), Chief Officer R.M.S. Titanic. Handwritten letter from Wilde with envelope over three sides signed from Harry

Background imageWilde Collection: White Star Line, RMS Olympic, Chief Officer Wilde letter

White Star Line, RMS Olympic, Chief Officer Wilde letter
White Star Line, RMS Olympic, handwritten letter from Chief Officer Henry Tingle Wilde on board Olympic dated 14th September 1911, only six days before her collision with HMS Hawke. Date: 1911

Background imageWilde Collection: Music cover, Kitty Patterson

Music cover, Kitty Patterson, dedicated to William Wilde, sung by Mr and Mrs J F Bryan, design by Alfred Concanen Date: 19th century

Background imageWilde Collection: Portrait Study

Portrait Study
A portrait oil painting of an older person sleeping peacefully whilst seated in an arm chair, wearing white collared black clothing. Date: circa 1919

Background imageWilde Collection: Mrs. Mounter

Mrs. Mounter
A portrait oil painting of Mrs. Mounter, an older woman wearing a red headscarf, sat at a breakfast table, with a black teapot and white cups and saucers

Background imageWilde Collection: Florence West, actress, as Mrs Cheveley, an Ideal Husband

Florence West, actress, as Mrs Cheveley, an Ideal Husband
Florence West, actress and manager, (1862??1912). Theatrical portrait in her role as Mrs Cheveley, An Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde, Haymarket Theatre

Background imageWilde Collection: Julia Neilson, actress, as Lady Chiltern, an Ideal Husband

Julia Neilson, actress, as Lady Chiltern, an Ideal Husband
Julia Emilie Neilson (12 June 1868 ?? 27 May 1957) actress. Theatrical portrait in her role as Lady Chiltern, an Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde, Haymarket Theatre

Background imageWilde Collection: Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright, author and celebrity

Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright, author and celebrity
Portrait of Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright, author and celebrity Date: 1895

Background imageWilde Collection: THE WILD HUNT

THE WILD HUNT
DIE WILDE JAGD - the Wild hunt

Background imageWilde Collection: Captioned Marquess of Queensbury, John Sholto Douglas

Captioned Marquess of Queensbury, John Sholto Douglas
Vintage 19th century photograph: captioned on the back as Marquess of Queensbury. John Sholto Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry (20 July 1844 - 31 January 1900), was a Scottish nobleman

Background imageWilde Collection: Gwen Farrar and Dorothy Wilde

Gwen Farrar and Dorothy Wilde
Actress and variety entertainer Gwen Farrar, pictured at a cafÚá»n the Champs-Elysees with Dorothy Wilde, niece of Oscar Wilde. Date: 1937

Background imageWilde Collection: Green man from medieval pageants

Green man from medieval pageants
Pageantry. A green man or monstrous wilde man holding a large firework from 1635. Handcoloured lithograph by Joseph Strutt from his own Sports and Pastimes of the People of England

Background imageWilde Collection: Wild men from medieval pageants

Wild men from medieval pageants
Pageantry. A wild man dressed in leaves, from a ballad of Robin Good Fellow, and a green man or monstrous wilde man holding a large firework from 1635

Background imageWilde Collection: The Prince of Wales at a boxing match

The Prince of Wales at a boxing match
The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) at the Ring on Blackfriars Road to see a fight between Jack Hood and Len Johnson

Background imageWilde Collection: WILDE / DEVOTED FRIEND

WILDE / DEVOTED FRIEND
Hans in his garden. First published: 1888

Background imageWilde Collection: Maud Allen as Salome

Maud Allen as Salome
Maud Allan dancing during a performance at the Varietes, Paris. Date: 1907

Background imageWilde Collection: Cartoon portrait, Quite Too-Too Puffickly Precious

Cartoon portrait, Quite Too-Too Puffickly Precious!! -- OSCAR WILDE (1856 - 1900), satirical portrait. Date: 1892

Background imageWilde Collection: Satire on the blue and white china craze, 1880

Satire on the blue and white china craze, 1880
The six mark tea-pot: satire on the mania for blue and white china. An aesthetic young lady examines a teapot and exclaims to her gentleman friend(who bears a remarkable likeness to Oscar Wilde)

Background imageWilde Collection: Cartoon, A Wilde Idea (Oscar Wilde)

Cartoon, A Wilde Idea (Oscar Wilde)
Cartoon, A Wilde Idea -- Oscar Wilde, Irish-born playwright, depicted as a French soldier (a reference to the fact that he first wrote his controversial play, Salome, in French). Date: 1892



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