We have a broad list of art books to suit a range of tastes and interests, from monographs and exhibition catalogues to anthologies and illustrated biographies.
The Art of Richard Hamilton
A brilliant new introduction to the art of one of the most influential and prescient artists of the 20th century, whose seminal work explored postwar consumer society and 'pop' culture.
Foreword by Sir Nicholas Serota
Texts by John McEwen, Elizabeth Gilmore and Victoria Howarth
The first monograph in two decades to explore the work of a ground-breaking but overlooked painter described by Nicholas Serota as the ‘brightest of a bright generation’.
Preface by Emile Gauguin
A beautiful facsimile of the first English translation of Gauguin’s frank and entertaining memoir, written just before he died, in which he reveals his innermost thoughts on art, life and love.
Introduction by Louis Weinberg
July 2018 (first publ. 1918)
A beautiful clothbound centenary facsimile of a rare early book on the father of modern sculpture.
Preface and introduction by Arthur Symons
April 2018 (first publ. 1918)
A beautiful clothbound centenary facsimile of the first definitive book on the work of one of the most controversial and influential artists of the Aesthetic and Art Nouveau movements.
John S. Dixon
The only book in print to present paintings of all the key feasts in the Christian calendar by Old Masters from the early Renaissance onwards.
Edited by Hannah Higham
Texts by Sebastiano Barassi, Tania Moore, Jon Wood
A gorgeous book exploring the formative years of the young Henry Moore and his emergence as an iconic modern sculptor of international repute.
Painter of Inner Worlds
The extraordinary story of the life and work of the first female modern Turkish-Jordanian painter and a pioneer of twentieth-century abstraction.
Edited by Warren Carter, Barnaby Haran and Frederic J. Schwartz
£25.00 (hardback £45.00), e-book £20.00 / £16.66
Progressive art historians are again recognizing the relevance of Marx’s ideas to their practice. This volume includes thirty academics who are reshaping art history on Marxist lines.