Marian Bantjes; Rick Poynor
With candid commentary throughout, this title takes you on a journey through Marian Bantjes' early work as a typesetter to her adoption of digital technologies that push conventional print production...
For ten years Geordie Greig was among a very small group of friends who regularly met Lucian Freud for breakfast at Clarke's restaurant on Kensington Church Street....
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Madox Brown, who grew up in France and Belgium before he came to England and won fame with paintings like 'The Last of England', was always an outsider, and the...
Suitable for birders, children and adults, and art and design fans alike, this title offers watercolours and quirky descriptions of British songbirds.
Steven Naifeh; Gregory White Smith
Vincent van Gogh created some of the best loved - and most expensive - works of art ever made, from the early "The Potato Eaters" to his late masterpieces "Sunflowers"...
For ten years the author was among a small group of friends who regularly met Lucian Freud for breakfast at Clarke's restaurant on Kensington Church Street. In this memoir, the...
Tom Barringer; Edith Devaney; ...
David Hockney (b 1937) has always been closely associated with Pop Art and California, where he has lived for much of his life. This study of his work redefines him...
Frank Zollner; Johannes Nathan
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) possessed one of the greatest minds of all time; his importance and influence are inestimable. This two-volume, midsize format comprehensive survey focuses on the subject of...
The definitive book about the stunning oeuvre of a pioneer of colour photography.
An illustrated anthology of the artist's popular, personal, and long-running columns for The Independent.
Richard Marson; Christopher Perry
The book is packed with rare photographs and illustrations, many in colour, from the archives of those who worked on the production. It also includes the first publication of Rosemary...
From exhilarating images of ice-cool jet pilots in dog fights, to blue-haired Barbie dolls drowning in scenes of domestic heartache, Roy Lichtenstein's paintings, with their Ben-Day dots and witty one-liners...
The first biography since 1877 of Venice's greatest artist - a towering work which captures the genius of Titian, beautifully illustrated throughout with full colour plates.
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London is a labyrinth of streets, a whirlpool of impressions. To appreciate it, the best method is to jump right in. This is a hand-drawn guide to the city that...
T. J. Clark; Anne Wagner
Timely study of painter L.S. Lowry and his contribution to the development of twentieth-century British art. Includes full colour reproductions of his best-known work and accompanies a major show at...