Punch on Cosmetics
Cosmetics in the Visual arts
Discussions of Cosmetics in Literature
- Max Beerbohm's “The Pervasion of Rouge” (also known as “A Defence of Cosmetics”)
- Beardsley's "The Ballad of a Barber" (poem)
- In Thomas Hardy's The Mayor of Casterbridge
- Of Clowns and Cosmetics
- Cosmetics: Artifice or Art?
- Beerbohm, Cosmetics, and Women
- Salvation and Sincerity: Satire in Beerbohm's "A Defense of Cosmetics"
- A Defence of Cosmetics and the Age of Reproduction
- The Role of Satirist and Aesthete in Beerbohm's "The Pervasion of Rouge"
- Say goodbye to your soul and embrace artificiality!
- The Importance of Being Ernest in Word Choice in Max Beerbohm's "The Pervasion of Rouge"
- Here a Sage, There a Satirist: Ambiguity in Beerbohm's "A Defense of Cosmetics"
- Criticizing Artifice by Lauding It
- Beerbohm's Skin-deep Satire
- Max Beerbohm, the Meanest Kid in the Playground
- Life Imitates Art, Using a Makeup Palette
- Resting Women
- "Little Sillypops" or Strong Women?
- “The Veriest Little Sillypop” — Decadence and Women in “The Pervasion of Rouge”
- "Ars Cosmetica": Punch responds to "A Defence of Cosmetics" with a parody of Isaac Watts
Jekyll, Gertrude Old West Surrey: Some Notes and Memories. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1904.
Last modified 29 January 2009