Brian May; Denis Pellerin
Contains high-definition printed reproductions of well-known Victorian paintings in the Tate Gallery, and compares them with related stereo cards - photographs of scenes featuring real actors and models, staged to...
Lots of individuals in society today are feeble-minded. They don't know what the hell is going on. Unfortunately many of these people are responsible for running The Country. They don't...
A revealing exploration of how art acquires its financial value.
Begins in Lucian Freud's old studio in Holland Park and then records the artist in his eighteenth-century house, the first floor of which was his final studio. This book ends...
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What is 'good' or 'bad' art - and does it even matter? Is there any way to test if something is art, other than a large group of people standing...
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An illustrated anthology of the artist's popular, personal, and long-running columns for The Independent.
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