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1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die

With more than 300,000 copies sold worldwide in 15 languages, this newly revised and updated edition of 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die brings you right up to date with an incisive look at the world's best paintings. From Ancient

Farthing, Stephen

500x Art in Public
550 colour illustrations 312

Works of art make a substantial contribution to cultural identification. When they are placed in a public place, this function is enhanced. However the artwork also acknowledges other tasks: it figuratively announces

Uffelen, Chris van

642 Places to Draw

A follow-up to the smash-hit 642 Things to Draw, this wild and wonderful assortment of locations to sketch will send casual doodlers and serious artists, armchair travellers and seasoned globetrotters on a creative adventure, be it to remote

Chronicle Books

Across Art and Fashion
300 colour 336

The Museo Salvatore Ferragamo's upcoming exhibition, scheduled to open in spring 2016, examines the complex relationship between art and fashion, drawing on the life story of Salvatore Ferragamo, who, fascinated by the avant-garde

Frisa, Maria Luisa, Ricci, Stefania, Salvadori, Alberto

Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art
38 illustrations, 33 in colour 304

Over the course of a career that spanned fifty years, Agnes Martin s austere, serene work anticipated and helped to define Minimalism, even as she battled psychological crises and carved out a solitary existenc

Princenthal, Nancy

190 272

The Albertina in Vienna houses one of the world's most famous collections of art. This extensive, sumptuously illustrated volume presents the museum's masterpieces acquired from the founders of the collection, Albert, Duke of Saxe-Tesche

Albertina Vienna

Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow
100 colour 108

Born in 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, Alex Katz is one of the most important and respected living American artists. He began exhibiting in the 1950s, at a time when Abstract Expressionism was still the dominant force in American art

Clark, Martin, Martin, Sarah

Amedeo Modigliani
Reinforced binding 37 illustrations 228

Now available in an attractively priced, beautifully produced flexi edition, this important examination of Modigliani's art focuses on the elusive genius of the avant-garde. One of the most recognisable ar

Schmalenbach, Werner

Anatomical Venus
300 illustrations, 250 in colour 224

Beneath the original Venetian glass and rosewood case at La Specola in Florence lies Clemente Susini's Anatomical Venus (c. 1790), a perfect object whose luxuriously bizarre existence challenges belief. It -

Ebenstein, Joanna, Morbid Anatomy Museum

Andy Warhol Wooden Magnetic Shapes
colour illustrations

Jumbo Puzzles are a fun way to work on hand and eye coordination and to have fun together. Count the fish, whales, and dolphins. Puzzle measures 22 inches square (56 cm). 25 jumbo pieces. Puzzle greyboard contains 90% recyc

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Warhol, Andy

Animal, Bird, Insect, Fish
Hardback , 248 x 210mm. 408

The newest volume in the traditional patterns series, which includes Wave, Cloud, Pine and Flower, Bird, this book features animal paintings from the Edo period (1603 to 1868) and numerous surviving masterpieces from

PIE Books

Anselm Kiefer
71 160

Unlike almost any other contemporary German artist, Anselm Kiefer (born 1945) has rendered the horrors of recent history and created profound works of art with mythological, religious and philosophical themes, in subtle layers that altern

Hoerschelmann, Antonia

Anselm Kiefer
200 colour illustrations 240

Born in Germany in 1945, Anselm Kiefer is one of the most important artists of his generation. His works encompassing and transcending painting, sculpture, photography and installation are epic in both scale and subj

Davey, Richard

Art Deco

Now available in a new format, this lavishly illustrated volume explores Art Deco art and design from its origin to its present day influences. The Art Deco style is so recognizable and widespread that its original impact on the culture in w

Norbert Wolf

Art Deco Complete

Straddling two World Wars and the Great Depression, ushering in the Jazz Age and the era of the automobile and skyscraper, fomenting in the great cities of Europe and America and shaping everything from the Golden Gate Bridge to the humble d

Duncan, Alastair

Art Game: Artists' Trump Cards
30 colour illustrations 34

Piet Mondrian or Andy Warhol Damien Hirst or Banksy whose artworks have been the most influential? The most shocking? The most expensive? How about their versatility or critical reception? These playing cards allow art

Cahill, James

Art in Vienna 1898-1918: Klimt, Kokoschka, Schiele and Their Contemporaries

The artistic stagnation of Vienna at the end of the 19th century was rudely shaken by the artists of the Vienna Secession. Their work shocked a conservative public, but their successive exhibitions, their magazine Ver Sacrum, and their appli

Vergo, Peter

Art Nouveau
241 304

The Art Nouveau movement became an international phenomenon at the beginning of the twentieth century that ushered in the era of modernity in almost every aspect of cultural life. For decades critics have argued that Art Nouveau was not

Wolf, Norbert

Art Nouveau Patterns to Colour
full colour illustrations throughout 32

This title lets you explore the beautiful, flowing, organic designs of the Art Nouveau era in this gorgeous book full of stylish patterns to colour. Patterns are taken from some of the most popular items o

Bone, Emily, Kilvert, Mary

Art of Drawing
155 colour 208

The Art of Drawing is the first book in sixty years to cover the wider history of drawing in Britain exploring the crucial role drawing has played in British art. Featuring works by foremost British artists from the early seventee

Owens, Susan

Art of Graeme Base
Paperback 240

Watts Julie

Art of Hokusai
280(Ht mm) 223(Wdt mm) 64

Beautifully illustrated throughout, Art of Hokusai takes you through his life, his work, his inspirations, and his legacy. Katsushika Hokusai (1760-May 10, 1849) was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of

Rodino, Heather

Art Since 1900
Modernism * Antimodernism * Postmodernism

744 illustrations, 510 in colour 816

Conceived by four of the most influential art historians of our time, this groundbreaking book has now been updated and expanded to include the most recen

Foster, Hal, Krauss, Rosalind

Art U Need
My Part in the Public Art Revolution 160 pages.

Smith, Bob, Smith, Roberta

Artrage! The Story of the BritArt Revolution
170 illustrations, 140 in colour 272

The Young British Artists (YBAs) stormed on to the contemporary art scene in 1988 with their attention-grabbing, ironic art. They exploded art-world conventions with brazen disdain. Dismissed as trivial gimmi

Fullerton, Elizabeth

Auguste Rodin
38 colour illustrations 64

Part of the "Erotic Sketchbook" series, this is a collection of over thirty of the sculptor's intimate colour sketches.

Wolf, Norbert

Barbara Rae Sketchbooks
150 colour illustrations 148

Wherever she is working outside, from the remote coastline of her native Scotland to the mountains of Andalucia and the Arizona desert, Barbara Rae responds to what she sees in her sketchbooks. Published here for the

Cork, Richard, Wardell, Gareth

Bird King and Other Sketches

The bird king, the anthropologists, the thing in the bathroom, the paraffin-oil koala, the secret birthday partywhat do they all have in common? Nothing! Except for the fact that they all come from the sketchbooks of Shaun Tan, acclaimed

Tan Shaun

Birds and Words
illustrations 152

Birds & Words is a true reflection of Charley Harper, that rare species of a man with twinkling eyes and smile, with wit as infectiously keen and light-hearted as his paintings. Harper the humorist is as captivating in the self

Harper, Charley

Burgermat Show
Fully Illustrated with Full Colour Throughout 100

In June 2011, London burger blogger Burgerac teamed up with 24 artists and a chef. The result was the very first Burgermat Show, an art show where the artwork was displayed on tables (as paper pl


Caspar Wolf and the Aesthetic Conquest of Nature
180 224

Kunstmuseum Basel

Hardback , 205 x 155mm. 344

Buchel Christoph Carmine Giovanni

Full-colour photos throughout 176

This beautiful modern volume presents the work of approximately 30 contemporary artists who have turned to clay to shape their most innovative ideas into stunning works of art. From cups shaped like crystals to

Singleton, Kate

China Days
full-colour throughout 176

The nation of China is a constant source of fascination, yet we rarely glimpse life beyond its urban centres. Far west of Beijing and Shanghai, in the remote Chinese province of Yunnan, pioneering artist Henrik Dresche

Drescher, Henrik

Chuck Close
A Couple of Ways of Doing Something 56 pages.

This stunning oversize volume features twenty extraordinary daguerreotype portraits by Chuck Close. Lyrical praise poems by Bob Holman, a celebrated New York School poet, were commissioned to accompa

Rexer, Lyle


Ceramics is back in a big way, experiencing a steady surge of interest and popularity not seen since the 1970s. The return to the handmade, driven by our increasingly digital lives, means there are now more makers, sellers, and collectors th

Bell, Amber Creswell

Conversations with Creative Women

Conversations with Creative Women: Volume Two is a compilation of exclusive interviews with some of Australia's most talented female creatives, from industries as varied as ceramics, interior design, styling, photography, illustration, filmm

McCabe, Tess

Dali Pop-Ups

Seven of Salvador Dalis mind-bending images re-imagined as superbly crafted pop-ups. The art of Salvador Dali, like the man himself, defies easy description. During a hugely productive working life that spanned much of the 20th century, he pr

McCarthy, Courtney Watson

Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art
150 color illus. 272

Eugene Delacroix (1789-1863), a dominant figure in 19th-century French art, was a complex and contradictory painter whose legacy is deep and enduring. This important, beautifully illustrated book considers Delacroix in his o

Noon, Patrick, Riopelle, Christopher

Don't be So...
Hardback , 203 x 184mm. 168

Here, Damien Hirst and Paul Fryer have concocted an acute distillation of manners, cultures and prejudices, a polemic even, that reflects a light suffused with a powerful disinterest, a disturbing "sine qua non". Drin

Fryer, Paul, Hirst, Damien

Dover Masterworks: Color Your Own Impressionist Paintings
black & white illustrations, colour illustrations 64

Whether you choose your own colours or re-create the originals, here are 30 unforgettable paintings by the greatest Impressionists. Includes Mary Cassatt's Mother Combing Her Child's Hair, Ren

Noble, Marty

Dutch and Flemish Paintings

Dulwich Picture Gallery in London holds one of the most remarkable permanent collections of Dutch and Flemish art in the world. It contains key paintings by some of the most renowned artists of the period including Rembrandt van Rijn, Anthon

Bergvelt, Ellinoor, Jonker, Michiel

Edward Hopper: Masterpieces of Art
100 colour illustrations 128

This glorious book allows the reader to revel in Hopper's most well-known and masterful works, reproduced one after the other, often at full page, in full colour; but it also enables you to rediscover the artist, to

Ormiston, Rosalind

Enchanted Forest

This stunning new colouring book by Johanna Basford takes readers on a inky quest through an enchanted forest to discover what lies in the castle at its heart. As well as drawings to complete, colour and embellish, there are hidden objects to

Basford, Johanna

Explorers' Sketchbooks

Despite dramatic advances in technology and equipment over the centuries, there is one vital piece of kit in most explorers' pockets that hasn't changed much at all - the journal. The sketchbooks and journals presented here allow us the oppo

Lewis-Jones, Huw, Herbert, Kari

F.Scott Hess
150 180

Throughout his 40 year career F. Scott Hess has painted against the grain of the contemporary art world. In this comprehensive monograph, we witness Hess steadfastly going his own way. In the 80s, a period in which conceptual art was fav

Seed, Professor John (Roehampton University, London Roehampton University Roehampton University Roehampton University, London Roehampton University, London Roehampton University, London Roehampton University, London Roehampton University, London Roehampto

Flower and Bird -Traditional Patterns in Japanese Design 2
Paperback , 148 x 210mm. 400



Frida Kahlo
150(Ht mm) 150(Wdt mm) 128

ALSO IN THIS SERIES: Jane Austen, Coco Chanel and Virginia Woolf. This beautifully illustrated biography follows Frida Kahlo's exceptional life and work, and celebrates the Mexican icon's immense legacy. From a young a

Alkayat, Zena, Cosford, Nina

Geek-Art: an Anthology
775 colour images, shrink-wrapped, flexibound 416

Every age has its artistic inspiration. Medieval artists exalted spiritual subjects. Modernists shifted their attention to humanity and the senses. For a generation of artists and fans today, our

Olivri, Thomas

Georgia O'Keeffe
300 colour images 272

Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) was one of the foundational figures of American modernism. A seminal woman artist, she rose to prominence in the early twentieth century at the heart of the New York avant-garde circle that cent

Barson, Tanya

Georgia O'Keeffe - Introductions
60 colour illustrations 80

Georgia O'Keeffe is one of the most significant and intriguing artists of the twentieth century, known internationally for her boldly innovative art. Her distinct paintings of flowers, dramatic cityscapes, glowing land

Johnston, Dr. Hannah E.

Ghosts of Gone Birds

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 platform for the artists to tell us why they got involved, and how they approache

Levy, Ceri, Aldhous, Chris, Martin, Jim

Giant Game of Sculpture

A large size version of The Game of sculpture for children to create their own unique piece of art.

Tullet, Herve

Giorgio de Chirico and the Metaphysical City
80 colour images + 110 black-&-white illustrations 288

For the artist Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978), a founder of the Metaphysical art movement, the year 1914 marked a momentous and pivotal time in his aesthetic production. He completed most of

Merjian, Ara H.

Golden-Age Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson
Illustrations (some col.) 128

Edited and with an Introduction by an expert on Golden Age illustrators, this anthology is the first full-scale treatment of Robinson's early output. More than 100 Art Nouveau-inspired illustrations feature images f


150 colour & 50 b&w illustrations 352

This book places Goya within the context of his Spanish heritage, traces the immense influence of his work throughout Europe and considers the continued relevance of his art in the 20th century. It draws on

Symmons, Sarah

167 colour and 82 b&w illustrations, notes, chronology, bibliography, index 320

The book opens with an introduction to the artistic milieu in Saragossa, where Goya received his earliest training. It moves on to explain the growth of his career i

Tomlinson, Janis A.

Hanna Roeckle

The sculptural works of Hanna Roeckle (born 1950) are based on serial systems, and are also informed by physics, systems theory and architecture. For the grounds of the Haus fur Kunst Uri, she developed a sculpture based on the polyhedron in

Arlitt, Sabine, Malsch, Friedemann, Omlin, Sibylle

Hieronymus Bosch. Complete Works

In the midst of the realist-leaning artistic climate of the Late Gothic and Early Renaissance, Netherlandish painter Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450-1516) was more than an anomaly. Bosch's paintings are populated with grotesque scenes of fantastic


Hieronymus Bosch. the Complete Works

In the midst of the realist-leaning artistic climate of the Late Gothic and Early Renaissance, Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450-1516) was more than an anomaly. Bosch's paintings are populated with grotesque scenes of fantastical creat

Fischer, Stefan, Lamers-Schuetze, Petra

How to Look at Art

Hodge, Susie

Ian Fairweather
Colour illus throughout 180


In the Land of Punctuation

First published in 1905, German poet Christian Morgenstern's piece is a darkly comic linguistic caprice. Illustrated with punctuation marks, the text is a romp, and yet the political undertones are unmistakable, suggesting systems of menacing

Morgenstern, C., Rao, Sirish

Jean Dubuffet
160 274

Jean Dubuffet is one of the most influential and versatile artists of the postwar period. With his novel aesthetic inspired by Art Brut (a term he coined), Dubuffet succeeded in breaking away from modernist conventions and redefining the

Fondation Beyeler

John Martin : Apocalypse
120 colour 192

John Martin (1789-1854) is one of the most extraordinary figures in British art. His large-scale, dramatic paintings, encompassing catastrophe, war, apocalypse and nature on an epic scale, were the disaster movies of their day, co

Myrone, Martin

Julian Schnabel
153 240

In 1987, at age 36, Julian Schnabel (born 1951) was not only represented in some of the most important exhibitions of his time; retrospectives of his works were already being celebrated in major museums such as the Stedelijk Museum Amste

Schnabel, Julian

illustrations 96

Frida Kahlo's arresting pictures were in many ways expressions of trauma. The daughter of an immigrant German photographer father and a Mexican mother of Indian origin, Kahlo (1907-1954) was involved in a serious road accident a

Kettenmann, Andrea

Leonardo Da Vinci: Complete Paintings and Drawings

Da Vinci in detail: Leonardo's life and work all pictures, all drawings! One of the most fully achieved human beings who has ever lived, Leonardo da Vinci(1452 1519) is recognized the world over as a figure ofinfinite curiosity, feverish ima

Nathan, Johannes, Zollner, Frank

Lines of Thought
120 colour illustrations 128

Looking at works from a range of different artists and their various approaches, this book examines the process and practice of drawing, showcasing artworks from 15th- and 16th-century masters, such as Leonardo da Vi

Riley, Bridget, Chapman, Hugo, Seligman, Isabel

Living with Art: Ugo La Pietra
A book-manifesto that details the 60-plus year career of Ugo La Pietra in applied arts and design through his research. This volume collects the various moments that, over time, have characterised his involvement in the evolution of the world of desi


M.C.Escher Pop Ups
illustrations 16

The graphic art of Maurits Cornelis Escher is like that of no other artist. Instantly recognizable to millions around the world, his works represent an endlessly fascinating marriage of art and mathematics. Exploring themes of i

McCarthy, Courtney Watson

Man With Kaleidoscope Eyes
Hardback 240


Marjolijn Mandersloot

With the sculptures of Dutch artist Marjolijn Mandersloot, we find ourselves in pleasant company. Recognizable human and animal shapes are an important source of inspiration in Mandersloot's work, mainly serving as a metaphor. Rabbits, donke

Birnie, Annabelle, Onna, Edwin van

Masterpieces of the British Museum
280 colour illustrations 288

The British Museum's collection is one of the worlds finest and broadest, ranging from prehistoric times to the present in ancient and modern cultures around the globe. This new and updated edition includes many rece

Hill, J.D

Michael Graves

In 1960, before his skyscrapers and teapots made him a household name, Michael Graves set out on a journey once considered obligatory for a young architect: a grand tour of the great monuments of Europe. Recipient of the prestigious Prix de

Graves, Michael, Ambrosiak, Brian

Mid Century Modern Women in the Visual Arts
Full colour illustrations throughout 112

Wit, wisdom, and willfulness abound on page after page of this vibrant anthology from Gloria Fowler and up-and-coming illustrator Ellen Surrey. Featuring an unparalleled collection of real-life heroines o

Surrey, Ellen, Fowler, Gloria


Milena Nono, Conrad (il.) Roset

Moroccan Idyll: Art And Orientalism
colour illustrations 256

Australian artist Hilda Rix Nicholas's Moroccan pictures are justly acclaimed as her finest, but they are not the only legacy of the time she spent in Tangiers in 1912 and 1914. Together with her sister Elsie, Hilda sent

Hoorn, Jeanette


Mozaa is a colorful combination between domino and mosaic. It is the edge matching game that brings out the artist in you. The box contains sixy-four cards, which all have a unique color combination. Take a playing card from the stack and pla

BIS Publishers, Solkesz, Renske

Neither Here Nor There
illustrations 160

Oliver Jeffers is a world famous illustrator and author of picture books for children. International bestsellers such as How to Catch a Star, Lost and Found, and The Incredible Book Eating Boy are not only beloved by children a

Jeffers, Oliver

Nightingale and the Rose
WINNER of the 2013 Archibald Prize. Art & Australia?s latest book project presents a new series of artworks by Del Kathryn Barton inspired by the wild energy of Oscar Wilde?s classic story The Nightingale and the Rose. Lusciously illustrated, the boo
Barton, Del Kathryn

Old Masters Memory Game

Old Masters Memory Game collects the most famous and beloved portrait painters from the 16th and 17th centuries in one game that is fun to play, educational, and a feast for the eyes. The task, as always, is to collect two cards that make one s

Gerritzen, Mieke


Tan, Shaun

Opulent Oceans
full colour throughout, includes illustrations 176

This is the latest beautiful gift set from the popular Natural Histories series. It includes fascinating essays and accounts from legendary explorers and early naturalists. This gorgeously illus

Stiassny, Melanie L. J.

Oriental Flowers
200 Illustrations 240

In the East, some flowers have been imbued with a special meaning and symbolism beyond their natural properties. For instance, the Chinese revere the plum, orchid, bamboo and chrysanthemum as the "four gentlemen," believing

Sufan, Cai

Pablo Picasso
120 ills., 100 in colour 128

What did Spain look like when Picasso was born? What kind of community did he grow up in? What was his studio like? Who were the people who had the most influence on his art? The answers to these and other questions

Duchting, Hajo

Pablo Picasso
72 color and black and white illustrations 63

This catalogue features linocuts made by Pablo Picasso between the years 1959 and 1963. The masterful artist employed many printing techniques, including lithography, etching, drypoint, and monotype.

Karshan, Donald H.

Paul Durand-Ruel: Memoirs

Paul Durand-Ruel's memoirs, first published in French in 1939, now translated into English and supplemented with contemporary and historical information, track his career as a patron and promoter of poverty-stricken and struggling impression

Durand-Ruel, Flavie

Pop Art

Soup cans and Whaam! The makers and shapers of Pop Art Peaking in the 1960s, Pop Art began as a revolt against mainstream approaches to art and culture and evolved into a wholesale interrogation of modern society, consumer culture, and the r

Osterwold, Tilman

Pop! The World of Pop Art

Pop art is one of the most pivotal movements in modern art. It challenged the conventional idea of fine art and recognised the pervasive nature of materialism and consumerism that had taken over 20th century society. This beautifully illustra

Finlay, John

Pot Book
300 colour 320

The history of ceramic art is ingrained in the history of mankind. Clay is one of the very first materials 'invented' by man. An essential part of our lives it has been moulded, thrown, glazed, decorated and fired for over 30,000

De Waal, Edmund

Printmaker's Art
80 col. 96

The print collections of the National Galleries of Scotland reveal a diverse and dazzling variety of different techniques and approaches to printmaking. From exquisite copperplate engravings by the old masters to woodblocks cut on kit

Brocklehurst, Hannah, Watson, Kerry

Printmaking in Paris
205 colour images + 5 black-&-white illustrations 184

In the years between 1890 and 1905, Paris witnessed a revolution in printmaking. Before this time, prints had primarily served reproductive or political ends, but, as the century came to a cl

Rosa de Carvalho, Fleur Roos, Vellekoop, Marije

Prints & Drawings 1500-1900

Drawn from the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, this new book reproduces 87 key works by 27 artists that represent a broad panorama of the development of the graphic arts in Europe from the Renaissance to the dawn of the 20th c

Raissis, Peter

Gift Books 96

Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) was a member of the elite group of Italian Renaissance masters which also included his prominent rivals Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Born in Urbino where his father was court artist, he moved to Fl

Van Cleave, Claire

Rubens and His Legacy
250 colour illustrations 352

Rubens is undoubtedly the most influential Flemish painter. Through reproductions in print, his compositions had an immense impact, even during his lifetime. Himself indebted to Titian, Rubens became a role model to

Hout, Nico van

Rudolf Stingel
Hardback 256 pages.

Celebrated for his explorations of the process of creating art and of the 'idea' of art, Rudolf Stingel combines minimalist, conceptual, and performative practices to create unexpected spaces. This work is the critical survey

Bonami, Francesco

Russia and the Arts

Russian portraiture enjoyed a golden age between the late 1860s and the First World War. While Tolstoy and Dostoevsky were publishing masterpieces such as Anna Karenina and The Brothers Karamazov and Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsak

Blakesley, Rosalind P., Karpova, Tatiana L.

Sea Creatures in Glass: The Blaschka Marine Animals at Harvard
100 colour 112

Delicate jellyfish and anemones, octopus, tentacled squid, and bizarre-looking soft-bodied sea creatures were meticulously recreated in glass by father and son artists Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century. Re

Brill, Elizabeth R., Huber, Florian

Secret Garden
63 96

Tumble down the rabbit hole and find yourself in an inky black-and-white wonderland. This interactive activity book takes you on a ramble through a secret garden created in beautifully detailed pen-and-ink illustrations - all waiting to

Basford, Johanna

Shaun Tan Framed Print " They Came by Water "

Tan, Shaun

Sick Rose
354 illustrations, 345 in colour 256

The Sick Rose is a beautifully gruesome and strangely fascinating visual tour through disease in an age before colour photography. This stunning volume, combining detailed illustrations of afflicted patients

Barnett, Richard

Spot the Difference Masterpieces
40 96

Nothing rewards close attention like the work of the great old master painters - and with Masterpiece Spot-the-Difference, you'll be lost in a gallery of the world's most stupendous artworks - each given a puzzling twist. Lose yourself in

Ilex, Press

Star Wars Art: Concept (Limited Edition)
175 full-colour illustrations 244

From Ralph McQuarrie and Joe Johnston to Doug Chiang, Ryan Church, Iain McCaig, Erik Tiemens, and the next generation of animation and video-game artists, Star Wars Art: Concept collects, for the first time ever

Lucasfilm, Ltd

Street Art
Colour photographs 128

A stunning collection celebrating street art from around the world - the perfect introduction to this vibrant art form, compiled by graffiti veteran KET. From Banksy and Blek le Rat to Nick Walker and Shepard Fairey, the

Ket, Alan

Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds
272 colour illustrations 272

Beneath the waters of Abukir Bay, at the edge of the Nile Delta, lie the submerged remains of the ancient Egyptian cities Naukratis and Thonis-Heracleion, which sank over 1,000 years ago but were dramatically redisco

Goddio, Franck, Masson-Berghoff, Aurelia

This is Warhol
50 colour illustrations 80

Andy Warhol, the iconic Pop artist, presented himself as the vacuous, dumb kid, famously saying, 'If you want to know all about Andy Warhol, just look at the surface of my paintings and there I am. There's nothing behi

Ingram, Catherine

Three Centuries of American Prints
illustrations 360

Nearly 200 American prints, representing more than 100 artists, and dating from the colonial era to the present day, are brought together in this unprecedented volume from the National Gallery of Art to commemorate its collecti

Fagg, Judith, Johnston, Amy

Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Epoque
250 color illus. 128

The celebrated French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) created works that epitomize the theatricality, elegance, and decadence of late-19th-century Paris. This beautifully illustrated book features a selection of

Goldfarb, Hilliard T.

Various Small Books
298 color illus., 55 b&w illus. 288

In the 1960s and 1970s, the artist Ed Ruscha created a series of small photo-conceptual artist's books, among them Twentysix Gas Stations, Various Small Fires, Every Building on the Sunset Strip, Thirtyfour Pa

Brouws, Jeff, Burton, Wendy, Zschiegner, Hermann, Taylor, Phil, art historian, Rawlinson, Mark

Vatican: All The Paintings
1,200 full-colour paintings 512

The Vatican: All the Paintings is organised and divided into 23 sections representing the museums and areas of the Vatican, including the Pinacoteca, the Sistine Chapel, the Raphael Rooms, the Borgia Apartments, t

Grebe, Anje

Vincent van Gogh Atlas

This exciting publication familiarizes readers of all ages with the many fascinating facets of Vincent van Gogh (1853--1890)-artist, correspondent, traveler, and modern explorer of Europe's cities and countryside. Thanks to Van Gogh's w
Denekamp, Nienke and Blerk, Rene van and Meedendorp, Teio

Walter Potter's Curious World of Taxidermy
300 illustrations 128

Walter Potter (1835-1918), a country taxidermist of no great expertise, became famous as an icon of Victorian whimsy. His tiny museum in Bramber, Sussex, was crammed full of multi-legged kittens, two-headed lambs and a bewi

Morris, Patrick A., Ebenstein, Joanna, Blake, Peter

Illustrations 96

Commerce into art. This title deals with a critical observer of American society. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is recognized today as the most important exponent of the Pop Art movement. He overturned the traditional understanding of

Honnef, Klaus

Watteau's Soldiers: Scenes of Military Life in Eighteenth-Century France
illustrations 112

Celebrated for his dreamlike paintings of amorous aristocrats and melancholy actors, Antoine Watteau (1684 1721) also produced a number of captivating works with military subjects paintings and drawings early in his career. The

Wile, Aaron