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FRONT COVER: Richard Patterson:That sunny dome! those caves of ice! 2015, Oil on canvas © Richard Patterson. Courtesy Timothy Taylor, London. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates, London. INSIDE FRONT COVER: Richard Patterson: Country Life. 2014, Oil on canvas. © Richard Patterson. Courtesy Timothy Taylor, London. Photo: Genevieve Hanson Photography.


IN CONVER SATION WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY PAULETTE TERRY BRIEN, CHARLOTTE KEENAN MCDONALD, LOUISE GIOVANELLI

RICHARD PATTERSON

DAPHNE ORAM

MATTER S OF LIFE AND DEATH

AN INDIVIDUAL NOTE OF MUSIC, SOUND AND ELECTRONICS

BY PAUL MOORHOUSE, JANE NEAL, JAMES CAHILL AND EDITED BY MATT PRICE AND KAT SAPERA

BY DAPHNE ORAM, WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY SARAH ANGLISS

Louise Giovanelli (b.1993, London)

Matters of Life and Death is

Daphne Oram – a pioneer of British

is one of Britain’s most promising

a limited-edition publication

e l e c t ro n i c m u s i c a n d t h e B B C

young painters. This, the artist’s first

documenting the latest paintings

Radiophonic Workshop – wrote her

monograph, documents her first three

of celebrated Dallas-based British

only book in 1972. Long out of print,

solo exhibitions, staged in 2016–17

artist Richard Patterson (b.1963).

The Daphne Oram Trust has, with

at The International 3, Salford, the

In his introduction, Paul Moorhouse,

Anomie Academic, co-published a new

Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, and

Senior Curator at the National Portrait

edition, featuring a new introduction by

Touchstones Rochdale. Featuring a

Gallery, London, observes: ‘Visual

British composer, performer, roboticist,

foreword by Paulette Terry Brien,

ambiguity defines Patterson’s art,

and sound historian Sarah Angliss.

co-founder and co-director of The

and its most conspicuous feature is

At a time when the world was just

International 3, Salford, UK, and an

the interaction between figurative

starting to engage with electronic

essay and an interview by Charlotte

painting, abstraction and photography

music and the technology was still

Keenan McDonald, Curator of British

that his recent work continues.

primarily in the hands of music studios,

Art at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool,

From the outset he moved between

universities, and corporations, Daphne

this publication has been beautifully

these disparate visual languages,

Oram’s approach was both innovative

designed by Textbook Studio and

co m b i n i n g t h e m i n ways t h a t

and inspiring – An Individual Note is

published by Anomie in a first edition

seemed deliberately oppositional and

her playful yet compelling manifesto.

of 500 copies.

subversive.’ Patterson’s new works

ANOMIE PUBLISHING

LOUISE GIOVANELLI

are as provocative as ever, having become increasingly accomplished, cryptic and, at times, haunting.

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IMPRESSIONISTS’ PALETTES OF LIGHT

KAZIMIR MALEVICH: SUPREMATISM

ALEXANDRA EXTER PAINTS

BY PATRICIA RAILING

34 DRAWINGS (1920)

PATRICIA RAILING WITH CAROLINE WALLIS

BY PATRICIA RAILING

The French Impressionist painters

A facsimile edition of Kazimir Malevich,

A collection of 16 essays on the artist’s

discovered new means for painting

SUPREMATISM 34 Drawings was

painting and works for the theatre

light – they used a “solar palette”, the

published in 1990 by Artists Bookworks

between 1910 and 1924. The essays

pigments matched to the colours the

accompanied by an introduction to

explore the colour theories that gave

eyes see. They are the colours of a ray

the drawings by Patricia Railing; it is

rise to her abstract painting and the

of light. This little book reproduces

now out-of-print. This 2014 reprint

basic laws of structure that gave

palettes by 8 of the plein-air painters

of Malevich’s little book contains a

order to her Cubist, Simultaneist,

– Cézanne, Manet, Monet, Pissarro,

new translation from the Russian and

Non-Objective painting and her stage

Renoir, Seurat, Signac, and Van Gogh. It

a new introductory text by Patricia

and costume design. Contemporary

describes the pigments they used, and

Railing, “Reading the 34 Drawings”.

accounts of her three plays, Famira

includes short excerpts by the scientists

The Russian text and plates were

Kifared, Salome, and Romeo and Juliet

whose work was the foundation of the

scanned from an original copy and the

are included together with extracts

new painting – complementary colours,

size of this little book conforms to the

from Alexander Tairov’s, Notes of a

optical mixing, and the pigment-colour

lithographed Russian edition of 1920.

Director (1921). The book closes with

correspondences.

a detailed and illustrated chronology of Exter’s exhibitions and paintings.

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MALEVICH PAINTS

A THEORY OF CREATIVITY CUBISM TO SUPREMATISM

THE SEEING EYE BY PATRICIA RAILING

1ST-19TH CENTURY PIGMENTS EDITED BY PATRICIA RAILING

ARTISTS•BOOKWORKS

MALEVICH WRITES

EDITED BY PATRICIA RAILING

Collection of 30 texts, 1915–1928,

This is the first study to investigate the

A collection of all the historical

and 3 facsimiles, some in first

sources of the creative processes in the

pigments mentioned in the treatises

English translation, plus Nina Kogan

painting of Kazimir Malevich, from Neo-

included in the series, Colour Palettes,

on Cubism and Ilya Chashnik on

Primitivism to Suprematism, 1911–1920.

by century, complemented by recipes

Suprematism. Chronological sections

These sources are found in 19th century

from other contemporary sources. The

trace Malevich’s analyses of Cubism

scientific investigations into optics,

entries define the pigment – colour,

and Futurism, the Supremus Society

especially those of Hermann von

its source (animal, plant, mineral)

of Artists, Suprematism Triumphant,

Helmholtz, the artist adapting the laws

and its name – and describe its

U N OV I S , T h e o r y o f C re a t i v i t y

of optical light and colour and the laws

method of preparation, with historical

as Artistic Culture, and the Non-

of optical structures of seeing in space

remarks tracing the pigment through

Objective World of Sensations. A

and in depth to his painting. Malevich’s

the centuries. Recipes provide the

presentation of sensations from

creative processes culminated in his

documentary history of the pigment

Cézanne to Suprematism is followed

non-objective canvases, Suprematism,

beginning with the earliest known

by a discussion of how consciousness

between 1915 and 1920, the painting of

through to 1837, the date of George

and the environment influence artistic

pure seeing.

Field’s, Chromatography, to make up

creativity.

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a history of each pigment.

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18TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

17TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

16TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

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15TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

14TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

13TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

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12TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

1ST CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES

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MIDSEA BOOKS

The first in-depth study of the

First comprehensive study of a

A co l l e c t i o n o f 3 9 e s s ays

set of magnificent series of

unique collection of Durer’s Life of

celebrating the career of Professor

tapestries treasured at St John’s

Virgin and Small Passion series at

Mario Buhagiar. Inclues papers in

Co-Cathedral in Valletta.

Mdina Cathedral Museum, Malta.

English, Italian and French.

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Discusses the work of the major

Looks at Malta’s cultural landscape

Looks at the work of Maltese artist

artists who painted in Malta during

and how it can be understood as a

Mary de Piro who internationally

the 17th century and analyses the

space of land and sea with common

renowned has had exhibitions in

context in which it was produced.

origins, history, and heritage.

London, Scotland, Italy and USA.

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SO UTI N E’S PORTR A ITS COOKS, WAITER S A N D BE LLBOYS EDITED BY KAR E N S E R R E S A N D BA R N A BY W R I G H T Chaim Soutine (1893–1943) produced some of the most powerful and expressive portraits of modern times. His ability to capture in paint the character, humanity and emotion of his sitters is the hallmark of Soutine’s greatest work. The major exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery, London, focuses upon one of his most important series of portraits; his paintings of cooks, waiters and bellboys who sat for him in Paris and the South of France during the 1920s. These works helped to establish Soutine’s reputation as a major avant-garde painter, seen by many as the twentieth century heir to van Gogh. This will be the first time that this outstanding group of masterpieces has ever been brought together and it will be the first exhibition of Soutine’s work in London for over thirty years. This publication will bring together the most comprehensive group of these portraits. It will be a unique opportunity to experience the power and profound emotion of Soutine’s art.

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BA S IC INST INC TS LOV E , LUST AN D V I O L E N C E I N T H E ART O F JOS E P H H I G H MO R E BY JACQ UE L I N E R I D I N G This is the first major publication dedicated to Joseph Highmore (1692–1780), whose works address themes ranging from love, friendship and motherhood, to abuse, abandonment, infant death and murder. His extraordinary painting The Angel of Mercy, the centrepiece of this book, is one of the most controversial images in 18th-century British art. Highmore expert, Jacqueline Riding, will set this extraordinary painting within the context of the artist’s life and work, as well as broader historical and artistic contexts. Published to coincide with the exhibition at the Foundling Museum in London.

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JAN ST E E N ’ S O L D T E STAME N T SC E N E S BY RO B E RT WE N L E Y, N I N A CAH I L L AN D ROSAL I E VAN G UL I C K The Leiden-born artist Jan Steen (1626–1679) is widely admired as one of the most engaging and technically brilliant painters of the Dutch Golden Age. This volume accompanies an exhibition that will be the first in the UK devoted to Steen’s Old Testament subjects. The focal point will be his magnificent Wrath of Ahasuerus (c.1668–69), one of the highlights of the Barber’s collection, which will be joined by a number of other paintings by Steen from private and public collections across the world. Three essays will examine the core themes of the show – the role of Jewish history in Steen’s Old Testament scenes; the influence of Dutch theatre on his work; and the critical response to his Old Testament paintings from the 17th century to date.

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PRID E A ND PE RS E C U T IO N

C HE V E NI NG A SEAT OF DIPLOMACY BY JULIUS BRYANT Chevening stands in a magnificent park below the wooded escarpment of the North Downs in Kent. It has a history dating back around 800 years, but the house we see today is almost entirely the creation of seven generations of the Stanhope family, building on the original Inigo Jones house of 1630. For 250 years the Stanhopes served their country as soldiers and statesmen, and at Chevening as patrons of architecture and art. This new guide highlights the contributions of the Earls and Countesses Stanhope to the building, furniture, pictures, gardens and landscape of Chevening. It also gives a short account of the family in the wider world in order to set their creations in context. Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Chevening Act coming into effect with the death of the last Earl Stanhop and the 300th anniversary of his family’s acquisition of Chevening Estate.

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THE GARDEN AT WAR

WILLIAM HENRY HUNT

KOKUSAI THE GENIUS

DECEPTION, CRAFT AND REASON AT STOWE

COU N TRY P EO P L E

AN D STAG -AN T L E R CARV I N G I N JAPAN (B OX S E T )

EDITED BY JOSEPH BLACK

BY J OA N N A S E L B O R N E AN D C HR ISTIN A PAYN E

Accompanying an exhibition of historic

William Henry Hunt was one of the

Kokusai lived in a time of immense

and contemporary art at Stowe

most admired watercolourists of

social, cultural and artistic change,

House, The Garden at War explores

the 19th century. His works were

and his work – and indeed his own

the gardens at Stowe. Starting with

sought after by collectors, notably

person – captures its contradictions.

works by the preeminent neoclassical

John Ruskin, a serious champion

This beautifully illustrated set of three

painters Nicolas Poussin and Claude

of his work.

Consisting of twenty

volumes – titled Precursors, Kokusai

Lorrain the publication brings together

drawings borrowed from collections

and Followers – includes catalogue

an arrangement of interpretations and

across the United Kingdom, William

entries for 608 objects as well as a

theories exploring metaphors and

Henry Hunt: Country People will bring

number of sub-entries. Also included

meanings within the very practice of

together watercolours depicting

are essays on Kokusai’s life, carving

gardening itself. An introduction by

country people in their working or

techniques, materials and followers —

the pre-eminent critic Stephen Bann

living environments, from farmer and

the latter of which demonstrates his

and an essay by the foremost garden

gamekeeper to stonebreaker and

extraordinary and lasting influence.

historian John Dixon Hunt lead on

gleaner. This is the latest in a series

Most objects are illustrated at size

to newly commissioned illustrations

of books accompanying critically

and are augmented by additional and

by artist Gary Hincks, a previously

acclaimed Courtauld displays, which

lavish detail photography. Many of

unpublished interview with the Scottish

showcase aspects of the gallery’s

the larger objects, such as staffs and

conceptual artist and gardener Ian

outstanding permanent collection.

sceptres, are illustrated with luxurious

Hamilton Finlay, and a new discussion

BY PAUL MOSS

fold-out pages.

of conflict in the work of Richard Long.

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BRITISH ART

EDITED BY GRACE BROCKINGTON AND C.F.B. MILLER

ANCIENT LANDSCAPES

Of Modernism brings together twelve

Published to accompany an exhibition at

Published to celebrate the 200th

original essays by leading scholars

Salisbury Museum and Art Gallery, this

anniversary of the birth of G.F.

in modernist art history, offering

volume explores the most significant

Watts, this book provides a lively and

new perspectives on key questions

works of art engaged with prehistoric

engaging introduction to one of the

in European modernism. From major

moments across Britain from the 18th

most charismatic figures in the history

themes such as theatre imagery in the art

century to the 21st. While some of the

of British art. Covering all aspects

of the First World War, modern art and

works in the earlier period may be

of Watts’s career, it places him back

theosophy, modernism and the bullfight,

familiar to readers – especially Turner

at the centre of the visual culture of

or the modernist grid and the figure of

and Constable’s famous watercolours

the 19th century. As a young man he

the tangle, to specific case studies on

of Stonehenge – the varied responses

exhibited alongside Turner, and by the

Seurat’s reception, the archaeology of

to British Antiquity since 1900 are

end of his long career he was influential

the Demoiselles d’Avignon, cubism and

much less well known and have never

upon Picasso. Sculptor, portraitist and

crystallography, or Picasso’s poetry,

been grouped together.

creator of classic Symbolist imagery,

BY SAM SMILES

THE ART OF G.F. WATTS BY NICHOLAS TROMANS

these richly illustrated texts present

Watts was also seen a philanthropic

a fascinating cross-section of current

visionary whose art charted the

research in modernist art history, at

progress of humanity in the modern

the cutting edge of contemporary

world.

PAUL HOLBERTON PUBLISHING

OF MODERNISM

scholarship. Taken as a whole, the essays pay tribute to the authors’ common formation at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where all the contributors trained under the supervision of Professor Christopher Green.

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CREATING THE COUNTRYSIDE THE RURAL IDYLL: PAST AND PRESENT

A RESERVOIR OF IDEAS

THE SOVEREIGN ARTIST

ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF PAUL WILLIAMSON

CHARLES LE BRUN AND THE IMAGE OF LOUIS XIV BY WOLF BURCHARD AND INTRODUCTION BY CHRISTOPHER LE BRUN

EDITED BY ROSEMARY SHIRLEY AND BY VERITY ELSON

This publication offers new ways of

An invaluable reference for all those

The Sovereign Artist explores how Le

thinking about the rural idyll and the

interested in the history of sculpture

Brun operated in his diverse fields

countryside more broadly, through

and medieval art. This lavishly illustrated

of activities, linking and juxtaposing

the innovative integration of a wide

volume is a celebratory tribute to

his portraiture, history painting and

range of art and visual cultures. These

the leading scholar and curator

pictorial theory with his designs

include classic landscapes by artists

Paul Williamson, formerly Keeper of

for architecture, tapestries, carpets

such as Blake, Claude, Constable and

Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass

and furniture. It further helps to

Turner, works of modern British art,

at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

demonstrate how Le Brun himself

and contemporary works by artists

This rich collection of over twenty

wanted to be perceived: beyond acting

who present new perspectives on the

fully illustrated essays covers an array

as a translator of the king’s artistic

rural idyll. Crucially, this volume will

of medieval topics, with a particular

ambition, the artist appears to have

enter these familiar and unfamiliar art

emphasis on sculpture. The wide range

sought his own sovereign authority

works into a productive dialogue with

of subjects covered includes ivories,

over the visual arts.

an extensive range of visual cultures

wood carvings, alabaster, architectural

which populate everyday life now and

sculpture, caskets, reliquaries, and

in the past. Published to accompany an

questions of imagery and iconography.

exhibition at Compton Verney.

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A groundbreaking study of a little-

Underscoring this great artist’s

manuscripts from the Indian

known area of Chinese decorative

impact, this book also examines

subcontinent of the 16th to 20th

arts from 1850 to 1930. Published

Early Netherlandish drawings

centuries.

in association with Ianthe Press.

from the Morgan’s collection.

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In 34 essays, renowned curators

Presents rare decorative arts from

Explores the evolution and history

and art historians discuss crucial

Asia, from ornate handled daggers

of collecting and the changing

art acquisitions by museums in

to embroidered silk and divination

taste for Italian pre-Renaissance

Europe and the USA.

bowls by master craftsmen.

pottery in the modern era.

COLLECTING FOR THE PUBLIC: WORKS THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE

RARE ANTIQUE ASIAN AND COLONIAL DECORATIVE ARTS

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A beautiful collection of illustrated

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L I S S L L E W E L LY N F I N E A RT

K ARL H AGED OR N (18 89–19 69 ) EDITED BY PAUL LISS A N D SACHA LLE W E LY N

Having studied art under Adolphe Valette at the local Manchester School of Art and then The Slade School of Art, Karl Hagedorn’s training was completed working under Maurice Denis, where he absorbed a range of avant-garde styles. He exhibited at a number of leading galleries in London and the provinces, and was elected to the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, the Royal Society of Marine Artists, the New English Art Club and the NS. Hagedorn has only been the subject of one exhibition and publication: Manchester’s First Modernist, a catalogue produced by the Chris Beetles Gallery on the occasion of the retrospective organised in conjunction with the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.

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DAV ID E VA NS ( 19 2 9 –19 88) BY PAUL L I SS , P E T E GAG E AN D AL I STAI R H I C KS

David Evans’ death in a road accident in 1988, at the age of 59, bought to an abrupt end the career of one of the most distinguished watercolourists of his generation. The recent discovery of pictures remaining in his studio, nearly thirty years after the memorial tribute staged by the Redfern Gallery in 1988, provides the opportunity for a new generation to discover his work through the publication of this first ever book on David Evans and the accompanying touring exhibition. Evans’ strikingly large watercolours, typically measuring over one metre in height or breadthspan two decades from the late 1960s to the late 1980s, evoking a vision that is still surprisingly

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potent today.


F RO M DADA TO VO G UE BY YO R I C K B LUME N F E L D Erwin Bluemenfeld was a pioneering photographer best known for his fashion photography published in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar in the 1940s and 1950s. He embraced Dada-ism and in many ways was a true Surrealist both in composition and technique. Produced to accompany the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery in October 2016 this catalogue highlights Erwin Blumenfeld’s exceptional early work in collage and experimental photography, and included rare works from the artist’s family. It includes an essay by Erwin Blumenfeld’s son Yorick and Exhibition Curator Lou Proud.

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OSBORNE SAMUEL GALLERY

E RW IN B L U M E NF E L D

MO DERN BR ITISH ART BY PETER OSBORNE

Created to accompany the 2016 exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery, Modern British Art includes notable new acquisitions: a fine early Ben Nicholson; a collection of important etchings by Lucian Freud; early works by Henry Moore and Lyn Chadwick (shown for the first time); and rare pictures by Peter Lanyon and Alfred Wallis from a private collection. The exhibition was particularly strong in post war sculpture, focussing on the group of artists who came to fame at the Venice Biennales of 1952 and 1956. It includes work by Kenneth Armitage, Prunella Clough, Paul Feiler, Barbara Hepworth, and Peter Kinley.

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OS B O R N E S A M U E L G A L L E RY

A RADICAL VIEW AVANT GARDE BRI TISH PRINTMAKING 1914–1964

SYBIL ANDREWS AND THE GROSVENOR SCHOOL LINOCUTS

KEITH VAUGHAN

BY GORDON SAMUEL

BY HA N A L E AP E R

This catalogue was produced to

One of the most exciting and innovative

This publication accompanied the

accompany the exhibition at the

printmakers of the twentieth Century,

exhibition Keith Vaughan: Gouaches,

Osborne Samuel Gallery from 9 May

Sybil Andrews’ iconic linocuts are

Drawings & Prints at Osborne Samuel

to 4 June, 2016. The exhibition was

instantly recognisable and emblematic

Gallery in 2011. With an enlightening

curated specifically to show diversity,

of the golden age of graphic design

essay by Gerard Hastings, written

originality and technical expertise,

in the 20s and 30s. A printmaker first

especially for the catalogue, it includes

and the accompanying catalogue is

and foremost, like her Grosvenor School

selected entries from the artist’s

laid out in various sections to give an

colleagues she was encouraged by

journals which help to understand

approximate chronological order to the

their mentor and teacher Claude Flight

his working methods. The book

development of printmaking in Britain

(1881–1955). They adopted a Cubist-

includes images from the exhibition’s

in the 20th Century. A Radical View

Futurist-Vorticist pictorial language that

remarkable collection of over 100

conveys the modernist thread that

discarded the outrageous political ideas

gouaches, drawings and lithographs;

flows through British printmaking from

of the Futurists and cultivated instead a

many which had not been seen before

the revolutionary Vorticist prints of the

personal adaptation of modernism. This

from private collections over the last 20

early 1900s, through the two wars, the

catalogue was published to accompany

years. Vaughan’s skill as a draughtsman

inter-war period and to the beginning

the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery

is self-evident in the selected works

of the print boom of the early 1960s.

in September 2015. It illustrates over 40

which span the whole of the artist’s

linocuts by Sybil Andrews and a further

career, so tragically halted in 1977.

GOUACHES, DRAWINGS & PRINT S BY GERARD HASTINGS

30 linocuts by her friends and colleagues who worked or studied under Claude Flight during the 1920s and 30s.

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PIANO NOBILE

PETER COKER

PETER COKER MIND AND MATTER PIANO NOBILE PUBLICATIONS

WILLIAM COLDSTREAM | EUAN UGLOW DAISIES AND NUDES

PETER SALTER DRAWING WALMER YARD

PIANO NOBILE PUBLICATIONS

BY PETER SALTER AND FENELLA COLLINGRIDGE

Peter Coker: Mind and Matter is a

Published to accompany the exhibition

Published to accompany the exhibition

fully-illustrated catalogue presenting

at Piano Nobile, William Coldstream |

Peter Salter: Drawing Walmer Yard

a selection of exceptional works by

Euan Uglow: Daisies and Nudes is a fully

at Piano Nobile marking the launch

Peter Coker, spanning the early 1950s

illustrated publication examining for

of Peter Salter’s first residential

through to the mid-1980s. The first

the first time the unique relationship

building in Britain, this fully illustrated

publication focusing on Coker’s works

between William Coldstream and

catalogue presents a selection of

in over a decade, the catalogue will

Euan Uglow.

Uglow studied under

Salter’s extraordinary drawings for

seek to reassess Coker’s contribution

Coldstream initially at Camberwell and

the project. With a new essay by

to post-war figurative British art.

then at the Slade where Coldstream was

Peter Salter on his drawings and an

Professor from 1949. The relationship

introduction by architectural associate

of teacher and student evolved from

Fenella Collingridge, the catalogue

friendship into one of mutual influence

reveals the intrinsic importance of

and sustained inter-generational

Salter’s drawings to the process of his

artistic dialogue. The book includes an

architectural practice.

introductory essay with new research, a catalogue of carefully selected works by both artists with accompanying descriptions, biographies on both artists, a bibliography, and numerous colour illustrations.

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P O RTABLE STU DIO PER SON AL ARCHI V E S OF YOU TH CU LTU R E VOL. 1: BIRMIN GHA M , U K BY TREVOR APP LE SON

In 2014 Trevor Appleson was commissioned by MAC Birmingham and the Library of Birmingham to create a new body of work exploring the city’s youth culture. Equipped with a film camera and a plain black cloth to use as a backdrop for his photographs, Appleson went out into the streets of Birmingham to its music venues and its shopping districts, in daytime and at night and photographed its youth, from ravers to girl guides, most in their teens and early twenties. Portable Studio will feature approximately 200 portraits alongside a fascinating archive donated by the sitters; a unique mix of physical and digital material ranging from crumpled diaries to selfies posted on social media, the contents of ‘memory boxes’, to vintage family photographs and Google search histories. The book is divided into three sections:

PORTRAITS grouped by location and ‘tribe’, ravers, punks, rockers, school kids etc.

A RC H I V E S 70 personal archives from selected subjects invited to collaborate further.

I N D E X an annotated index completes the project with notes and descriptions. Supported by Arts Council England, Portable Studio is a critical document of contemporary British youth culture, made in collaboration with a selection of the 700 young people Appleson photographed for his commission.

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DEAD

TOKYO ADORNED

THE VANISHING ARCHITECTURE OF THE WILDWOODS

A CE LE BRATION O F MO RTAL I TY

PHOTOGRAPHY BY THOMAS CARD INTRODUCTION BY SIMON DOONAN

BY C HA R LE S SAATC H I

BY MARK HAVENS, TEXT BY JOSEPH GIOVANNINI AND JAMER HUNT

Exceptional colour photographs of

In DEAD, A Celebration of Mortality,

The neon, pastels, bows, and vibrant

the mid-twentieth-century motels

C h a r l e s S a a t c h i c o n f ro n t s t h e

prints of Tokyo’s fashion tribes are

of Wildwood, New Jersey, USA, the

inescapable subject of death, decay

unmistakable, outrageous, and fun.

largest concentration of the exuberant

and mortality in a series of perversely

Recognised around the world, with

architectural style sometimes known as

entertaining essays written in his

huge online followings, the city’s style

‘doo wop’ complete with neon signs

characteristically dry, sardonic and

icons are photographed here against

and plastic palms. The images in this

amusing style. The 52 essays span a

white backgrounds, revealing a new

book are the result of a ten-year project

wide variety of topics; the Russian

dimension of personality and emotion

by Mark Havens to capture the essence

mafia, snake eating spiders, Attila

in these remarkable individuals.

of these vanishing treasures. A number

the Hun, The Wild West, being run

Portraits include fashion icon Kumamiki

of the motels were photographed

over by your own dog, the most

– the vision behind the Party Baby

at the end of their last season, just

effective poisons, fatal curses, near-

movement and clothing brand – who

prior to demolition. The images are

death experiences, premature burials,

has a growing global online following.

accompanied by essays from Joseph

snuff movies and lethal sex.

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OUT OF SEASON

Giovanni and Jamer Hunt.

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GYRE

STRETCHING THOUGHTS

KNOWN UNKNOWNS

THE PLASTIC OCEAN

BY NADIM KARAM

BY CHARLES SAATCHI

A flip-flop discarded in Thailand finds

Lebanese artist and architect Nadim

In Known Unknowns, Charles Saatchi

its way to Hawaii, and a bottle cast off

Karam is renowned for his public art

provides fascinating insights into some

from Japan’s tsunami is soon Alaska’s

and work in urban regeneration and

of the world’s lesser-known but truly

beach litter. With stunning visual

his interventions have been seen in

extraordinary historical events and

impact and an astonishing array of

cities as diverse as Melbourne, Prague,

social phenomena. 100 individual

ocean trash, internationally recognised

Dubai, Beirut, London and Nara, Japan.

essays illustrated with 198 arresting

artists create works of art from debris

These interventions often take the

photographs tackle subjects as varied

collected from beaches around the

form of large-scale steel sculptures,

as the tattoo habits of Russian criminals,

world. Much of the oceans’ trash is

described as urban toys by the artist.

the Vatican’s favourite Barbie, North

swirling in one of five gyres, which

Says Karam: Each urban toy has a

Korean traffic jams, American gun

are large systems of rotating ocean

message. An open message ready to

legislation and the world’s richest

currents.

be inhabited by stories which become

animal.

INTRODUCTION BY JULIE DECKER

mingled with history.

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THE SPLENDOUR OF IRAN

TREASURES FROM THE MUSEUM’S COLLECTIONS (REVISED AND EXTENDED EDITION)

BY N. P OURJAVADY AND J. GHAZBANP OUR

THE MEMORY OF MY WARDROBE BY IDA TAAVIT SAINEN

BY MIKHAIL PIOTROVSKY

The Hermitage in St Petersburg is one

Represents the combined expertise

The Memory of My Wardrobe, a

of the great museums of the world.

of many of the most respected art

project by Finnish photographer Ida

Professor Piotrovsky, director of the

historians and cultural commentators

Taavitsainen, explores the personal

Hermitage, writes a new introduction

from Iran itself, whose knowledge of

narratives given to clothing inherited

on the ‘Greater Hermitage’ project:

the country and its traditions brings

or simply handed down to her by her

its recent expansion, the museum’s

an entirely new dimension to the

family. Over the years, she acquired a

new restoration and conservation

study of its architectural and artistic

lot of clothes, many once belonging

centre, and its affiliated museums

treasures. The Splendour of Iran

to people she never knew – her great-

in St Petersburg. First published in

provides an unprecedented insight

great-grandmother, for instance – but

1994 as The State Hermitage, this

into the traditions and contemporary

all with family ties.

revised and updated two-volume

life of one of the world’s most enduring

survey of the museum is the official

civilisations. As the first comprehensive

publication for the 250th anniversary

study on Persian culture since the

of the Hermitage in 2014. It is sure to

1930s, it is the result of a unique five

remain the definitive work for many

year collaboration, combining Iranian

years to come.

scholarship, insight and photographic

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THE STATE HERMITAGE

access with international design and publishing. Design by Pentragram.

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ANNA PAVLOVA

OUT OF FOCUS

HISTORY OF THE SAATCHI GALLERY

TWENTIETH CENTURY BALLERINA

PHOTOGRAPHY

BY JANE PRITCHARD WITH CAROLINE HAMILTON

ESSAY BY WILLIAM A. EWING

EDITED BY EDWARD BOOTH-CLIBBORN

Anna Pavlova is a legendary ballerina.

The companion to the first major

Over the years, The Saatchi Gallery

Originally from the Imperial Russian

photography exhibition at the Saatchi

has launched the careers of many

Ballet, she performed to great acclaim

Gallery since I Am a Camera in 2001,

young artists, who have since become

in Europe for various impresarios at the

this stunning compilation presents

household names. For the first time

beginning of the 20th century including

37 international artists working

one book, The History of the Saatchi

Sergei Diaghalev, creator of the famous

in the medium of photography in

Gallery, chronicles the breadth of work

Ballets Russes. Anna Pavlova formed

diverse, innovative and arresting ways.

exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery from

her own dance company in 1912 and

Amongst the renowned practitioners:

Lucien Freud to Damien Hirst, Andy

based herself in London at Ivy House,

Mitch Epstein and Ryan McGinley from

Warhol to Cy Twombly and Richard

Hampstead. This book celebrates the

the USA; Adam Broomberg and Oliver

Serra, to name but a few.

centenary of Anna Pavlova’s residency

Chanarin from South Africa; Noemie

at Ivy House, which became her home

Goudal from France; JH Engstrom from

from 1912 until her death in 1931. The

Sweden; Jonny Briggs, Mat Collishaw

book presents a lively outline of her

and John Stezaker from the UK; and

career.

David Noonan from Australia. This stunning, lavishly illustrated volume stands as a tribute to the best work being done in photography today.

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FRENCH ART AT THE HERMITAGE

THE G-PLAN REVOLUTION

LIFE’S TOO LONG FOR PATIENCE AND VIRTUE

BOUGUEREAU TO MATISSE 1860–1950

BY CHARLES SAATCHI

BY ALBERT KOSTENEVICH

A CELEBRATION OF BRITISH P OPULAR FURNITURE OF THE 1950S AND 1960S BY BASIL HYMAN

Charles Saatchi is a man with strong

A comprehensive survey of the

This book is an historical account of

opinions on everything from movies

Hermitage Museum’s collection

the development of British furniture

to morals, superstition to suicide, and

of French art from 1860 to 1950.

from Utility to the flat pack. The G-Plan

in this book he answers nearly 300

This collection comprises paintings,

Revolution is a colourful hardback,

questions from readers and journalists,

sculptures and drawings by many

packed with period advertisements

offering much for everyone to reflect

significant artists of this period, as

and with bound-in brochures.

on.

well as works by early Salon artists

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who were highly regarded in their day but are now less well known. As well as the Monets, Renoirs and Cezannes which make the Hermitage famous, this survey features many works that are kept in storage at the museum, and little-known images from the backs of some of the works.

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RO M A R I N | S A I N S B U RY   C E N T R E   F O R   V I S U A L   A RT S 22

EVELYN DUNBAR

FABERGÉ

RADICAL RUSSIA

A LIFE IN PAINTING

F ROM ST P E T E R S B URG TO SA N D R I N G H AM

CULT UR E , ART AN D R E VO LUT I O N

BY I A N CO L L I N S

BY P E T E R WAL D RO N

The importance of Evelyn Dunbar in

In 1907 Edward VII commissioned

This book accompanies the Russian

the history of British 20th century

Peter Carl Fabergé – court artist-

season exhibition at the Sainsbury

art is continually being reassessed

jeweller to imperial Russia – to produce

Centre for Visual Arts and concentrates

and belatedly recognised. A gifted

miniature sculptures of animals on

on avant-garde Russian culture and art,

draughtswoman: youthful prodigy;

the royal estate at Sandringham.

placing the movement in its artistic

brilliant student at the Royal College

They strove over six decades to bring

and historical context. Showing how

of Art under Sir William Rothenstein;

Britain and Russia together – and

radical movements developed across

official World War 2 artist; post-war

against Germany. Perfect little gifts by

the whole range of Russian culture

allegorist and much-loved teacher;

Fabergé aided the sisterly enterprise.

in the first decade of the twentieth

subtly insistent feminist; warm and

This bittersweet saga is also the

century, the book discusses how the

witty but self-effacing personality with

story of Sandringham – family

political revolutions of 1917 gave a new

many accomplishments; but above all an

retreat and political powerhouse,

impetus to the avant-garde. The rise

individual artist of spirited imagination

and Alexandra’s favourite home

of Stalinism at the end of the 1920s

and consummate technique, whose

from 1863 until her death in 1925.

signalled an end to Russia’s adventure

work defies ready classification. In this

Featuring new research, this book

with the avant-garde: by the mid-1930s

book Dunbar’s nephew Christopher

coincides with an exhibition at the

the dull conservatism of Socialist

Campbell-Howes gives a sparkling,

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in

Realism had driven radical art out of

scholarly and measured account of her

Norwich on the centenary of the

the Soviet experience.

life and work in a richly illustrated book

Russian Revolution.

Image credit: Workers’ victory in October 25, Rudolf

that combines biography, memoir and

Image credit: Queen Alexandra’s Dormouse, Fabergé,

catalogue raisonné.

c.1910. Credit: Royal Collection Trust.

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BY CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELLHOWES AND INTRODUCTION BY ROSANNA ECKER SLEY

Vilde, 1920. Credit: Art Museum of Estonia.

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Positions the Waddesdon Bequest,

Reconsiders the life and work of

new, stunning images of rare and

within a wider intellectual and

Emile Jean-Horace Vernet as a

precious pieces. Essential reading

historical context for the first time.

crucial figure for understanding the

for social and art historians.

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visual culture of modernity.

A ROTHSCHILD RENAISSANCE: A NEW LOOK AT THE WADDESDON BEQUEST IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM

HORACE VERNET AND THE THRESHOLDS OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY VISUAL CULTURE

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A lively, wide-ranging look at

A detailed exploration of Layard’s

First in-depth study of the

the connections inside the core

famous lithograph of the interior

ground-breaking work of artist/

group of avant-garde artists in

of an Assyrian palace.

choreographer Trisha Brown.

FORTHCOMING & RECENT RELEASES

Richly illustrated book includes

Jazz Age Paris.

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FORTHCOMING & RECENT RELEASES

First English-language work to

An annual publication forging

A diverse range of essays, new

focus on mountains as subject

a link between social history,

discoveries, and book reviews on

matter and source of inspiration

A m e r i c a n st u d i e s , a n d t h e

the latest research of interest to

for the visual arts.

decorative arts.

ceramics scholars.

THE MOUNTAINS IN ART HISTORY

AMERICAN FURNITURE 2016

CERAMICS IN AMERICA 2016

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A comprehensive review of the

This ambitious study seeks to re-

A book to understand the complete

life and artistry of contemporary

establish the definitions of digital

ouvre of the prominent American

sculptor and painter John Udvardy,

art and aesthetics in art history

architect Peter Eisenman.

with over 450 photographs.

through a series of case studies.

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FROM POINT TO PIXEL: A GENEALOGY OF DIGITAL AESTHETICS

PETER EINSENMAN: IN DIALOGUE WITH ARCHITECTS AND PHILOSOPHERS

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S E T H ST E IN A RC HIT E C TS BY K E N N E T H P OWE L L

Since Seth Stein founded his practice in 1990, he has gained an international reputation and numerous awards for creating extraordinary buildings, both residential and commercial. Running through the practice’s work is a deceptive simplicity, an exciting and innovative use of new building methods and materials, along with an intrinsic environmental sustainability. This monograph not only aims to bring together the full range of Seth Stein Architects’ projects for the first time, but in doing so, to offer insights into the

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P R E FAB H OU SES AND THE F U T U RE O F B U IL D ING PRODUCT TO PROC E SS BY MATH EW AITCH I SON As we stand on the cusp of a fundamental restructuring of the housing and building industries, this book provides a timely overview of prefabricated and modular housing. Richly illustrated and drawing on historical examples and contemporary design studies, the book takes the reader through the history, theory and design of the prefab, leading up to a discussion of contemporary problems and opportunities. Including a broad international survey, wide-ranging interviews, case studies of leading designers and companies, and cutting-edge research in the field, this book suggests a future scenario for industrialized building that will both challenge those professions concerned with the design and production of the built environment, and stimulate the public imagination.

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THE WESSEX PROJECT

COOK’S CAMDEN

THOMAS HARDY, ARCHITECT

THE M A K I N G O F MO D E R N HOU SI N G

BY KESTER RATTENBURY

BY M A R K SWE N ARTO N

DESIGNING FOR HERITAGE CO N T E MP O RARY VI S I TO R CENTRES BY RUT H DALTO N

This is the first time Hardy’s work

The housing projects built in Camden

Designing for Heritage examines the

has been extensively studied by an

in the 1960s and 1970s are widely

global phenomenon of this relatively

architectural writer and critic, who

regarded as the most important urban

new, but increasingly popular, building

explores Wessex as Hardy saw it –

housing built in the UK in the past 100

type. The first section offers a series

through architectural eyes. In doing

years. Cook’s Camden examines how

of essays which explore the origins

so, the author uncovers startling

Cook and his team created this new

and key characteristics of the visitor

new views of Hardy’s work, and how

kind of street-based housing, what it

centre, its relationship between place

it has shaped England.

The book

comprised, and what lessons it offers

and landscape, its social role, and

includes a very architectural selection

for today. New colour photographs by

its focus on the visitor’s needs. The

of the wealth of little-known drawings,

Tim Crocker combine with the original

book’s second section documents

photos, illustrations and built work he

black and white photography by Martin

and critically analyses 20 award-

produced or shaped – experimental and

Charles to give a fascinating ‘then and

winning visitor centres across the

conventional architectural drawings,

now’ portrayal not just of the buildings

United Kingdom which have been built

his real buildings both built and unbuilt,

but also of the homes within and the

over the past two decades. Beautifully

his own strange maps, the astonishing

people who live there.

illustrated with photographs and

Wessex Poems illustrations and the

architectural drawings, it includes

photos and illustrations he created

the essential facts about the building,

and directed.

an experiential description and a full spatial analysis.

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LOIS DODD

TAL R

BY JOHN YAU

BY FAY E HIR SCH

BY TERRY R. MYER S

This book offers the first detailed

This book is the first monograph

This book is the first full-length

account of the paintings of American

on the paintings of Lois Dodd. It

assessment of the paintings of Tal

artist Thomas Nozkowski (born 1944),

provides invaluable analysis and

R (b. 1967), an Israeli-born Danish

creator of modestly sized abstract

contextualisation of her work alongside

artist whose enigmatic work offers

works that swiftly convey what one

such New York City contemporaries as

intersections of personal experience

writer described as ‘a remarkable

Alex Katz, Philip Pearlstein and other

and wider history through a visual

sense of freedom within constraint.’

denizens of the Tenth Street milieu of

jigsaw, finely balanced between

Through John Yau’s perceptive text,

the 1950s. Through extensive studio

representation and abstraction, of

the trajectory of Nozkowski’s very

visits and interviews, Faye Hirsch

what the artist terms ‘Kolbojnik’, a

individual artistic pathway is clearly

considers the processes, places and

Hebrew term for leftovers.

presented. Offering insightful context

impulses behind Dodd’s paintings

students and lovers of painting, Tal

and discussion of specific works, this

and reveals her outwardly peaceful,

R’s works have cleared a pathway for

book provides the definitive narrative

reflective canvases to be the product

painting to continue after modernism

of an artist gifted with an original vision.

of an alert and forceful eye and a

and post-modernism without apology,

powerfully efficient execution.

beyond the worn out ‘death of painting’

For all

mantra. Terry R. Myers text offers an authoritative account of the twists and turns that path has taken so far.

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FRAGONARD FANTASY FIGURES

HEATH ROBINSON’S COMMERCIAL ART

FREDERICK WALKER AND THE IDYLLISTS

EDITED BY YURIKO JACKALL

BY GEOFFREY BEARE AND WITH A FOREWORD BY PHILIP PULLMAN

BY DONATO ESP OSITO

J e a n - H o n o ré F ra g o n a rd ( 1 73 2 –

Heath Robinson (1872–1944) is fondly

This is the first book in over a century

1806) was a French painter and

regarded for his mischievous, gently

to examine the important work of

printmaker whose late Rococo style

comic illustrations that have been

the watercolour artist and illustrator

was distinguished by a remarkable

enjoyed for generations. A highly

Frederick Walker (1840–75) and his

facility, exuberance and hedonism.

versatile artist, for the first time

closest artistic allies. He was greatly

The starting-point for this beautifully

Robinson’s advertising work takes

admired (and collected) by Vincent van

illustrated book (and the exhibition

centre stage in this meticulously

Gogh and was described by Millais as

which it accompanies) was the

researched and highly-illustrated

‘the greatest artist of the century’ and

discovery in 2012 of a drawing by

book.

Exploring the myriad of

yet his premature death at the age of

Fragonard depicting his so-called

companies which engaged Robinson’s

35 cut short his promising career. The

‘fantasy figures’. The book assembles

services, this book underlines the

book, which reproduces many of the

Fragonard’s fantasy figures alongside

artist’s significant contribution to

Idyllists’ works in colour for the first

his original sketches for the first time.

Britain’s cultural life.

Including a full

time, represents a vital contribution

It presents scientific research into the

bibliography of Robinson’s advertising

to the literature on Victorian art and

mysterious series and examines the

clients and the work he undertook for

restores the Idyllists to their rightful

18th-century Parisian world of new

them, this definitive account of Heath

place in the history of British 19th-

money, unexpected social alliances and

Robinson’s commercial work will be

century art.

extravagant fashions from which these

unrivalled for many years to come.

unique paintings emerged.

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AMERICA COLLECTS EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRENCH PAINTING

DESIGNING THE V&A

BY YURIKO JACKALL ET AL

BY JULIUS BRYANT

For popular British artist Howard

In 1815, Joseph, elder brother of

This book is the first to consider the

Hodgkin (1932–2017), India was a

Napoleon Bonaparte, arrived in

V&A as a work of art in itself, presenting

source of inspiration since he first

America, bringing with him his vast

drawings, watercolours and historic

visited the country in 1964. Although

and exquisite collection of 18th-

photographs relating to the museum’s

Hodgkin’s collection of Indian art has

century French paintings, and a new

19th-century exteriors and interiors.

been featured in various publications,

American taste for 18th-century French

It represents a fascinating, untold

this will be the first to explore the

painting was born. The book considers

chapter in the history of British 19th-

influence of India on his work. The

America’s very real fascination with

century art, design, architecture and

book’s illustrative journey begins with

France in the 18th century: A staunch

museums, and an essential backdrop

early works of the 1960s and includes

ally in the Revolutionary wars, a cultural

to understanding the evolution of

paintings from throughout Hodgkin’s

and intellectual model for Franklin,

the Museum’s early collections and

career including his most recent

Jefferson and other Americans abroad.

identity.

work. Featuring unpublished archival

It also looks at the way in which

material, newly commissioned essays

the cultural ideal of 18th-century

and an interview with the artist, this

France has continued to endure in the

unique publication sheds light on an

American imagination.

PAINTING INDIA EDITED BY ELEANOR CLAYTON

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THE MUSEUM AS A WORK OF ART (1857–1909)

important strand of Hodgkin’s oeuvre and provides valuable insights into his work in general.

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Includes an insightful new essay by

Explores Frank Lloyd Wright’s global

Richly illustrated with archival

esteemed architectural historian,

ambitions and lasting legacy and

photography, concept sketches

Professor Andrew Saint, which sets

offers an original, contemporary

and beautiful illustrations of logos,

the lectures within context.

view of Wright and his architecture.

products and buildings.

AN ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE: THE ARCHITECTURE OF DEMOCRACY

TRAVELS WITH FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT: THE FIRST GLOBAL ARCHITECT

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Set within Vienna from the fin-de-

A compelling biography and also an

The first book on the stained-glass

siecle to the present day, this book

in-depth appreciation of Fullard’s

art of Thomas Denny will be of

provides insightful analysis of the

work, beautifully illustrated with

interest to contemporary glass-

city’s rich architectural tradition.

new photography.

makers and fans of his work.

REBEL MODERNIST: VIENNESE ARCHITECTURE SINCE OTTO WAGNER

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DESIGN FOR THE CORPORATE WORLD

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This new edition of Nash’s unfinished

Provides the first fully illustrated

catalogue of the work of Pop Art

autobiography incorporates the

survey of Ardizzone’s work.

pioneer Gerald Laing.

previously unpublished ‘Memoir

A fascinating read for both

of Paul Nash’ by his wife Margaret.

specialists and for his readers.

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Published for the artist’s 2016

This book focuses specifically on

Never previously published, this

centenary, this is the first book to

the range and power of Maggi

is an invaluable resource that

feature a fully illustrated inventory

Hambling’s more intimate works

makes an important contribution

of Armitage’s known sculptures.

on paper.

to nineteenth-century studies.

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THE DRAWINGS OF ROGER HILTON BY ADRIAN LEWIS

GEOFFREY CLARKE A SCULPTOR’S MATERIALS BY JUDITH LEGROVE

ALBERT REUSS IN MOUSEHOLE THE ARTIST AS REFUGEE BY SUSAN SOYINKA

This book presents for the first time the

Geoffrey Clarke: A Sculptor’s Materials

Albert Reuss (1889–1975) was a painter

serial development of Hilton’s images

is the first monograph to address the

in oil whose work defies categorisation,

and their imaginative transformation,

full range of this artist’s work, from

but bears some elements of

and notes what Hilton drew on from

stained glass to sculpture, jewellery

impressionism and surrealism.

Matisse, Picasso and, briefly, Klee. It

to textiles, land art to medals. It

work was included in the Chicago

demonstrates his play between the

will be a significant contribution to

Exhibition in 1933. After he and wife

abstract qualities of drawn mark and

understanding the making, exhibition

moved to Mousehole, Cornwall in

their figurative implications, and his

and reception of twentieth-century art.

1948, he had regular one man shows

personal existential investment in his

This highly readable book will appeal to

at O’Hana Gallery, London as well as

drawing practice. His expression of

all those interested in post-war British

solo exhibitions in municipal galleries in

sexual desire and his spontaneity of

art and design. It complements Judith

Birmingham, Cheltenham and Penarth.

drawing practice are put into cultural

LeGrove’s survey of Clarke’s graphic

In researching the life of this intriguing

context. The reputation of Hilton as

work, Geoffrey Clarke: A Sculptor’s

man, Susan Soyinka interviewed

a draughtsman can only grow as his

Prints (Sansom, 2012).

many people who knew him, and also

work is revealed.

His

retrieved from Vienna a huge archive on Reuss, which includes much of his lifetime’s correspondence.

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PETER HIDE

SILENT WITNESSES

CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ

STANDING SCULPTURE

TREES IN BRITISH ART, 1760–1870

BY PETER T. J. RUMLEY

BY SAM CORNISH

BY CHRISTIANA PAYNE

William Coldstream became one of the

Peter Hide: Standing Sculpture will

Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century

significant twentieth century cultural

be the first publication to survey the

writers and artists were in no doubt

icons, who influenced generations of

upright monolithic constructed steel

about the importance of trees in

art students. This publication will be

sculptures Hide has been making since

the British landscape. William Gilpin

the first complete catalogue raisonné

the mid-seventies. Richly illustrated

began his influential Remarks on Forest

and first comprehensive essay to

with an essay by Sam Cornish it

Scenery (1791) with the bold statement

critically scrutinize Coldstream’s entire

will chart the development of this

that ‘It is no exaggerated praise to call a

output, his singular painting method

important body of work and situate

tree the grandest, and most beautiful of

and to clarify his empiricist approach

it within the recent history sculpture

all the productions of the earth.’ Many

to objective realism, which hitherto

in Britain.

Hide retains a sense of

of Britain’s most important landscape

has been largely misunderstood by art

the importance of formal progression

painters, including Paul Sandby, John

historians and critics. Each painting is

central to the Anglo-American high

Constable, Samuel Palmer, and Edward

chronologically described in full and

modernism of the sixties, but his

Lear, made themselves experts in the

accompanied by supportive text to

sculptures can also be understood as

drawing and painting of trees.

place Coldstream’s figurative painting

defiant monuments to the fading away

within a cultural context.

of this sensibility.

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U K S A L E S R E P R E S E N TAT I O N O N LY Stanhope Alexander

The book weaves its

Forbes has always been

way through British

known as ‘the Father

art including early

of the Newlyn School’.

experiments with air

I t m a r k s t h e 70 t h

and studies of clouds,

anniversary of his death

to representations of

in 1947 with the largest

breath (blowing glass,

survey of his paintings

balloons) and wind

ever produced. Together

instruments to flying

with the Canadian-

creatures (real and

born painter Elizabeth

imaginary) and wartime

Armstrong they set up a School of Painting and attracted

skies. The beautifully illustrated book includes a number

a steady stream of new artists and enthusiastic amateurs.

of insightful essays which expand on the exhibition’s interweaving themes looking at the life of breath from a philosophical position.

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F u l l y i l l u s t ra te d , i t

The first monograph on

includes authoritative

the Scottish-born artist

essays on the castle as

Elsa Vaudrey (1905–

a status symbol and as

1990), whose 60-year

a curated object, JMW

career began in the

Turner’s castle paintings,

1920s when she was a

Gothic Revival castles,

student at the Glasgow

castles and the etching

School of Art. This

revival, as well as texts

lavishly illustrated book

on the artists and a brief

brings together both stages of her artistic journey for the

history of the castle

first time. Reproduced also is a personal reflection on the

concluding with fantasy castles.

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artist written by her friend, the author Raleigh Trevelyan.

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This is a long overdue monograph

Sir Stanley Spencer’s Sandham

time the extraordinary power and

dedicated to Scottish painter Marj

Memorial Chapel is one of the

beauty of his Roger Cecil’s work

Bond, an intuitive and passionate

most moving monuments to 20th-

across his whole career.

artist.

century war.

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SANSOM & COMPANY

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Art and natural history meets in

Wynford Dewhurst was a colourful

George Tute is a painter, printmaker,

this collaboration between sculptor

and controversial character on the

wood engraver, illustrator, ceramic

Geoffrey Dashwood and naturalist

Anglo-French art scene at the turn

artist and teacher.

and TV presenter Chris Packham.

of the twentieth century.

BIRDS OF THE NEW FOREST: GEOFFREY DASHWOOD

WYNFORD DEWHURST: MANCHESTER’S MONET

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ANGELUS & DIABOLUS

ARS SACRA

CATHEDRALS & CHURCHES OF EUROPE

ANGELS AND DEVILS. THE HISTORY OF GOOD AND EVIL IN CHRISTIAN ART

CHRISTIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE FROM THE EARLY BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT DAY

EDITED BY ROLF TOMAN AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ACHIM BEDNORZ

EDITED BY ROLF TOMAN AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ACHIM BEDNORZ

Angels, devils and demons have

Ars Sacra is an unique tribute to 2000

This marvelously illustrated volume

played a significant role ever since

years of Christian art, architecture

takes us on a journey throughout

the emergence of religious beliefs. In

and spirituality. This glorious tome

Europe’s most beautiful and

Christian art, angels and devils were

takes the reader on a tour through

magnificent sacred buildings. The

a favourite theme of painters and

seventeen centuries of sacral art,

beautiful photographs by Achim

sculptors, as their imagination was set

architecture, and culture, from the

Bednorz show the stunning details of

free to create artworks that fascinate in

late antiquity to the middle ages,

richly ornamented ceilings, lead glass

every respect, including masterpieces

renaissance, baroque, art nouveau to

windows, colourful carpets and solid

such as The Last Judgement by Giotto

works by contemporary artists such

stone walls and the accompanying

di Bondone (1304–6), The Annunciation

as Marc Chagall and Gerhard Richter.

maps guide lovers of churches and

BY BARBARA BORNGÄSSER

by Leonardo da Vinci (1472–5),

cathedrals to the portrayed monuments.

The Temptation of St. Anthony by

Throughout its 12 fascinating chapters,

Hieronymus Bosch (1505–6) or The

this book reveals some interesting

Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin (1880–

details about the buildings, their

1917) to name but a few. This is the

architecture, the interior, their artful

first publication of its kind to offer a

embellishments and their sacral and

visually stunning collection of the most

historical meaning. This book is a

beautiful and breath-taking pieces of

must have for people interested in

art reflecting the contrast between

Christian sacral monuments, their

heaven and hell.

history, architecture and interior.

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H.F.ULLMANN

EGYPT THE WORLD OF THE PHARAOHS BY MATTHIAS SEIDEL AND REGINE SCHULZ

ISLAM: ART & ARCHITECTURE

THE ART OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

BY MARKUS HAT T STEIN AND PETER DELIUS

ARCHITECTURE. SCULPTURE. PAINTING. BY ROLF TOMAN AND ACHIM BEDNORZ

The pyramids of Giza, the temple city of

Islam: Art & Architecture follows the

Art historians as well as a wide public

Karnak, or the Valley of the Kings with

historical development of the Islamic

are fascinated by three centuries of

the grave of Tutankhamen even today

dynasties and regions, showing the

exceptionally prolific artistic creation

maintain their extraordinary force of

variety of their forms of artistic

that produced works of international

attraction. The unified world view of

expression from the beginning until

fame such as Michelangelo’s frescos

old Egypt, in which science and religion

today. From decorative elements

in the Sistine Chapel. Impressive

are an indissoluble unity, impresses us

of buildings to calligraphy and the

illustrations of works from every branch

deeply, as well. This book explores all

embellishment of everyday objects,

of the fine arts feature prominently

the magic and mysteries of ancient

ornamentation, that most characteristic

in The Art of the Italian Renaissance,

Egypt that continue to fascinate

Islamic art form, is displayed in an

which not only explains various aspects

us, in over 500 pages of full colour

extraordinary rich range of ways. The

of Renaissance art, but also invites

photographs and comprehensive text.

contributions of important scholars

readers to observe them closely with

It covers everything from architecture,

bring to life before our very eyes this

its fabulous pictures.

sculpture and painting to everyday life,

culture, which belongs next to Greek

statecraft, society and religion.

and Roman antiquity as one of the pillars of our modern society.

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H.F.ULLMANN

U K S A L E S R E P R E S E N TAT I O N O N LY

CO UPL E S IN A RT BY AGATA TORO M A N OF F

This book tells the story of romantic companionship in one hundred works of art. Chronologically arranged and emotionally driven, this study of couples runs through many cultures, civilizations, and epochs. With examples from across the globe, it portrays iconic and lesser-known (yet fascinating) couples immortalised in the history of art. Whether affectionately embracing, engaged in flirtatious exchanges, seducing one another, or simply enjoying each other’s company, readers are invited into their complex world of passion, lust, and love. This celebration of these romantic relationships is expressed through sculptures, paintings, photographs, tapestries, stained glass, and illustrations. Gathered together are representations of couples from ancient cultures (Amenophis IV and Nefertiti), the Middle Ages (Tristan and Isolde), and the Renaissance (Paolo and Francesca). The book also covers contemporary pairs such as John Lennon and Yoko Ono or Gilbert and George, and artists such as Manet, Gainsborough, Renoir, Metsys, Rembrandt, Rubens, Blake, Moore, and Munch, to name but a few. The artists offer us an extensive selection of couples: from history, folklore, and legend, to pairs of a purely fictional nature. This variety of artistic means and vision results in a charming and irresistible collection.

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Numerous large illustrations

Provides an insight into the

legendary world of fashion from

showcase the artist’s oeuvre and

circumstances of the early years

its origins in the nineteenth

the authoritative texts illustrate the

of the famous Bauhaus movement.

century until our own time.

decisive stages in the artist’s life.

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MICHELANGELO

BAUHAUS

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This impressive volume with

This beautifully illustrated book

S i t u ate s I re l a n d ’s c l a i m to

opulent illustrations is destined

highlights the finest scholarship on

i n d e p e n d e n ce t h ro u g h t h e

to become a standard on the

Irish fine art from the seventeenth

significance and aesthetic value

subject.

and eighteenth centuries.

of some of its major artistic works.

MONASTERIES AND MONASTIC ORDERS: 2000 YEARS OF CHRISTIAN ART AND CULTURE

IRISH FINE ART IN THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON ARTISTIC PRACTICE 1620–1820

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H.F.ULLMANN | IRISH ACADEMIC PRESS

This book is devoted to the

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BACK COVER: Richard Patterson: A Matter of Life and Death. 2015, Oil on canvas © Richard Patterson. Courtesy Timothy Taylor, London. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates, London. INSIDE BACK COVER: Richard Patterson: Christina with Yellow Glasses. 2014, Oil on canvas. © Richard Patterson. Courtesy private collection. Photo: Todd-White Art Photography, London.


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