Art

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  • Fashion Sourcebook. 1920S

    £20.00

    Fashion Sourcebook. 1920S

    This sourcebook documents the season-by-season fashions of the Twenties’ Jazz Age with over 500 original photograph and prints. Includes analyses and biographies of the key designers and fashion houses of the period.

    SKU: 9781787398870 Category:
    £20.00
  • RHS Botanical Art Watercolour Art Pad

    £16.99

    RHS Botanical Art Watercolour Art Pad

    As a follow-on to the successful RHS Flowers: A Watercolour Art Pad, this edition includes 15 beautiful plant and flower templates to fill in, plus some introductory step-by-step guidance and tutorials on painting botanical subjects.

    SKU: 9781784728069 Category:
    £16.99
  • An Atlas of Marvel

    £20.00

    An Atlas of Marvel

    Journey through the entire Marvel universe in this comprehensive book of official Marvel maps! This fully illustrated collection of detailed Marvel maps begins in New York before moving out to America, planet Earth, the solar system and the entire universe. With recognisable buildings from the Marvel comics located in situ, detailed buildings, such as the Avengers Mansion and the Xavier Institute, and zoom-ins to scenes from the comics, this comprehensive book maps out the whole Marvel universe.

    SKU: 9781787416383 Category:
    £20.00
  • From the Sculptor’s Studio

    £45.00

    From the Sculptor’s Studio

    Fiona Banner, Phyllida Barlow, Anthony Caro, Richard Deacon, Laura Ford, Antony Gormley, Mona Hatoum, Susan Hiller, Anish Kapoor, Tania Kovats, Richard Long, David Nash, Cornelia Parker, Marc Quinn, Peter Randall-Page, Eva Rothschild, Richard Wentworth, Rachel Whiteread, Richard Wilson and Bill Woodrow – these are the sculptors who define sculpture, and here they are in their own words. From the Sculptor’s Studio is a unique collection of personal conversations with 20 seminal artists, each of whom have created iconic work, exhibited worldwide, and pushed past the boundaries of sculpting in their own way.

    SKU: 9781913947590 Category: Tag:
    £45.00
  • Hogarth and Europe

    £40.00

    Hogarth and Europe

    William Hogarth; seen here alongside the major European contemporaries who influenced him or took their inspiration from him. This book casts new light on the artists and their times, focusing on the themes of social protest, sexuality, satire and city life – centred on London, Paris, Venice and Amsterdam.

    SKU: 9781849767682 Category: Tag:
    £40.00
  • H of H Playbook

    £20.00

    H of H Playbook

    ‘H of H Playbook’ is an explosion of thought, in drawings and language, about a Greek tragedy called Herakles by the 5th-century BC poet Euripides. In myth Herakles is an embodiment of manly violence who returns home after years of making war on enemies and monsters (his famous ‘Labours of Herakles’) to find he cannot adapt himself to a life of peacetime domesticity. He goes berserk and murders his whole family. Suicide is his next idea. Amazingly, this does not happen. Due to the intervention of his friend Theseus, Herakles comes to believe he is not, after all, indelibly stained by his own crimes, nor is his life without value. It remains for the reader to judge this redemptive outcome.

    SKU: 9781787333796 Category:
    £20.00
  • The New York Times Book Review

    £38.00

    The New York Times Book Review

    From the longest-running, most influential book review in America, here is its best, funniest, strangest, and most memorable coverage over the past 125 years.

    SKU: 9780593234617 Category:
    £38.00
  • Van Gogh and the Artists He Loved

    £30.00

    Van Gogh and the Artists He Loved

    The compelling story of how Vincent van Gogh developed his audacious, iconic style by immersing himself in the work of others, featuring hundreds of paintings by Van Gogh as well as the artists who inspired him-from the New York Times bestselling co-author of Van Gogh: The Life.

    £30.00
  • Filmquake

    £12.99

    Filmquake

    An alternative introduction to cinema, focusing on the stories of 50 key films that consciously questioned the boundaries, challenged the status quo and made shockwaves we are still feeling today.

    SKU: 9780711259713 Category: Tags: , ,
    £12.99
  • Picasso

    £45.00

    Picasso

    A rare look at the exceptional works on paper from private collections by the master of modern art.

    £45.00
  • A Modern Way to Live

    £25.00

    A Modern Way to Live

    In 2005, childhood friends Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill set out to convince people of the power of good design and its ability to influence our wellbeing. They founded The Modern House – in equal parts an estate agency, a publisher and a lifestyle brand – and went on to inspire a generation to live more thoughtfully and beautifully at home. As The Modern House grew, Matt and Albert came to realise that the most successful homes they encountered – from cleverly conceived studio flats to listed architectural masterpieces – had been designed with attention to the same timeless principles: Space, Light, Materials, Nature and Decoration. In this lavishly illustrated book, Matt tells the stories of these remarkable living spaces and their equally remarkable owners, and demonstrates how the five principles can be applied to your own space in ways both large and small.

    SKU: 9780241480496 Category:
    £25.00
  • Pick a Pocket Or Two

    £22.99

    Pick a Pocket Or Two

    In Pick a Pocket Or Two, acclaimed author Ethan Mordden brings his wit and wisdom to bear in telling the full history of the British musical, from The Beggar’s Opera (1728) to the present, with an interest in isolating the unique qualities of the form and its influence on the American model.

    £22.99