A Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde. It follows the title character, Dorian Gray, a handsome and innocent young man, as he falls in the traps of seduction, vanity and moral corruption, which lead to his eventual downfall.
This illusustrated 1908 first edition is encased in a solander box. It is Quarter bound in white, in a light grey cloth. The corners are tipped in white, with delicate golden blocking to the front. Marbled end papers are in blue, black and gold. The book has two deckled edges, and the top edge is gilt. The frontispiece and illustrations are by Henry Keen.