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Famous Person Caricatures - Oscar Wilde, One of a set of 6 cards copyrighted 1882 by E. B. Duval showing personages of that time in a satirical manner, this one showing Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900) whose lifestyle and humorous wit made him the spokesman for Aestheticism, the late 19th century movement in England that advocated art for art's sake and about which he gave over 140 lectures in America during 1881 and 1882. F-, tiny nick left edge, faint glue stains on blank reverse. Brought $81.59 in Trade Card Place Auction 167 on 10/25/2010.