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Cor Blok; Cor Blok; Pieter Collier
This brand new full-colour art book reveals in sumptuous detail more than 100 paintings based on The Lord of the Rings by acclaimed Dutch artist, Cor Blok, many of which...
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...
Daniel E. Sutherland
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Alain de Botton; John Armstrong; The...
New title from Alain de Botton asking 'what is art for'?
Guild of Railway Artists
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Ceri Levy; Chris Aldhous; Jim Martin
A visual record of the first four Ghosts of Gone Birds exhibitions, this book introduces the ideas behind this unique art and conservation project, providing a ...
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 Republic of Venice was the first great economic and naval power of modern Western world. After winning the struggle for ascendency against its bitter Genoese rivals in the late...
John T. Spike
A reinterpretation of the early life and career of Michelangelo, arguably the greatest artist in history. It explores Michelangelo's involvement in the most troubling controversies of his age, and recreates...
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.
Frederick M. Asher; Lisa Beaven;...
An ideal museum of the finest examples of human creativity.
Focusing on the art of self-portraiture, this effortlessly engaging exploration of the lives of artists sheds fascinating light on some of the most extraordinary portraits in art history.
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...
Paints a multifaceted portrait of sixties London and explores the reasons why it became the epicentre of a cultural boom that resounded around the world.