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The Obama Portraits Taína Caragol, Dorothy Moss, Richard J. Powell & Kim Sajet From the moment of their unveiling at the National Portrait Gallery in early 2018, the portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama have become two of the most beloved artworks of our time. Kehinde Wiley’s portrait of President Obama and Amy Sherald’s portrait of the former first lady have inspired unprecedented responses from the public, and attendance at the museum has more than doubled as visitors travel from near and far to view these larger-than-life paintings. The Obama Portraits is the first book about the making, meaning, and significance of these remarkable artworks. Richly illustrated with images of the portraits, exclusive pictures of the Obamas with the artists during their sittings, and photos of the historic unveiling ceremony by former White House photographer Pete Souza, this book offers insight into what these paintings can tell us about the history of portraiture and American culture. The volume also features a transcript of the unveiling ceremony, which includes moving remarks by the Obamas and the artists. A reversible dust jacket allows readers to choose which sitter to display on the front cover. An inspiring history of the creation and impact of the Obama portraits, this fascinating book speaks to the power of art—especially portraiture—to bring people together and promote cultural change.

A richly illustrated celebration of the paintings of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama

TAÍNA CARAGOL is curator of painting and sculpture and Latino art and history at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. DOROTHY MOSS is curator of painting and sculpture at the National Portrait Gallery, where she also directs the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition and serves as coordinating curator of the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative. RICHARD J. POWELL is the John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art and Art History at Duke University. KIM SAJET is director of the National Portrait Gallery. February 2020. 152 pages. 76 color illus. 7 x 9. Hardback 9780691203287 $24.95 | £20.00 E-book 9780691203294 Published in association with the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

(front cover): Amy Sherald, Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama (detail), 2018. National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC.


Protest!

A History of Social and Political Protest Graphics Liz McQuiston Throughout history, artists and citizens have turned to protest art as a means of demonstrating social and political discontent. From the earliest broadsheets in the 1500s to engravings, prints, posters, murals, graffiti, and political cartoons, these endlessly inventive graphic forms have symbolized and spurred on power struggles, rebellions, spirited causes, and calls to arms. Spanning continents and centuries, Protest! presents a major new chronological look at protest graphics.

“Showing the conceptual breadth and visual diversity of protest graphics through the centuries, Protest! offers a degree of comprehensiveness and scholarly depth not available elsewhere.” —Stephen J. Eskilson, author of Graphic Design: A New History

Beginning in the Reformation, when printed visual matter was first produced in multiples, Liz McQuiston follows the iconic images that have accompanied movements and events around the world. She examines fine art and propaganda, including William Hogarth’s Gin Lane, Thomas Nast’s political caricatures, French and British comics, postcards from the women’s suffrage movement, clothing of the 1960s counterculture, the anti-apartheid illustrated book How to Commit Suicide in South Africa, the “Silence=Death” emblem from the AIDS crisis, murals created during the Arab Spring, electronic graphics from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution, and the front cover of the magazine Charlie Hebdo. Providing a visual exploration both joyful and brutal, McQuiston discusses how graphics have been used to protest wars, call for the end to racial discrimination, demand freedom from tyranny, and satirize authority figures and regimes. From the French, Mexican, and Sandinista revolutions to the American civil rights movement, nuclear disarmament, and the Women’s March of 2017, Protest! documents the integral role of the visual arts in passionate efforts for change. LIZ MCQUISTON is a graphic designer and independent

scholar. She has served as the head of the Department of Graphic Art and Design at the Royal College of Art, and her many books include Visual Impact: Creative Dissent in the 21st Century, Graphic Agitation 2: Social and Political Graphics in the Digital Age, and Suffragettes to She-Devils: Women’s Liberation and Beyond. 2019. 288 pages. 400 color illus. 9 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691198330 $39.95 | £34.00 E-book 9780691197319 For sale only in the United States, US Dependencies, and Canada

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Michelangelo’s Design Principles

Particularly in Relation to Those of Raphael Erwin Panofsky Edited from the author’s literary remains and with an introduction by Gerda Panofsky

In 2012, a manuscript by renowned art historian Erwin Panofsky was rediscovered in a safe in Munich, in the basement of what is now the Central Institute for Art History. Hidden for decades among folders and administrative files was Panofsky’s thesis on Michelangelo—submitted to Hamburg University in 1920 and abandoned when Panofsky fled Hitler’s Germany in 1933. Michelangelo’s Design Principles makes this remarkable work available for the first time in English. Featuring an introduction by Gerda Panofsky that discusses the history of the original manuscript and the significance of its rediscovery, Michelangelo’s Design Principles is a crucial link between Panofsky’s formalist training as a young art historian and his later work in iconology. June 2020. 336 pages. 29 b/w illus. 6 x 9. Hardback 9780691165264 $39.95 | £34.00

ERWIN PANOFSKY (1892–1968) was one of the most eminent art historians of the twentieth century. GERDA PANOFSKY is professor emerita of art history at Temple University.

Verrocchio

Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence Edited by Andrew Butterfield With contributions by John K. Delaney, Charles Dempsey, Gretchen A. Hirschauer, Alison Luchs, Lorenza Melli, Dylan Smith & Elizabeth Walmsley

2019. 384 pages. 279 color illus. 9 x 12. Hardback 9780691183367 $75.00 | £62.00 Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Andrea del Verrocchio (c. 1435–1488) was one of the most versatile and inventive artists of the Italian Renaissance. He created art across media, from his spectacular sculptures and paintings to his work in goldsmithing, architecture, and engineering. His expressive, confident drawings provide a key point of contact between sculpture and painting. He led a vibrant workshop where he taught young artists who later became some of the greatest painters of the period, including Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Lorenzo di Credi, and Domenico Ghirlandaio. This beautifully illustrated book presents a comprehensive survey of Verrocchio’s art, spanning his entire career and featuring some fifty sculptures, paintings, and drawings. ANDREW BUTTERFIELD is an independent scholar. His

books include Donatello in Motion and Body and Soul.

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A History of Art History Christopher S. Wood In this wide-ranging and authoritative book, the first of its kind in English, Christopher Wood tracks the evolution of the historical study of art from the late middle ages through the rise of the modern scholarly discipline of art history. Synthesizing and assessing a vast array of writings, episodes, and personalities, this original account of the development of art-historical thinking will appeal to readers both inside and outside the discipline.

“A tour de force. I can’t think of another book that even comes close to this one in the way it encourages art historians to understand their own disciplinary history.” —Michael Ann Holly, author of The Melancholy Art “Destined to become the standard work for many years to come.” —Sam Rose, Apollo Magazine “In this exemplary and engaging book, Christopher Wood offers a bird’s-eye perspective on the history of art history that few scholars could match.” —Whitney Davis, author of Visuality and Virtuality “Eye-opening for anyone who cares about art.” —Barry Schwabsky, Hyperallergic

The book shows that the pioneering chroniclers of the Italian Renaissance—Lorenzo Ghiberti and Giorgio Vasari—measured every epoch against fixed standards of quality. Only in the Romantic era did art historians discover the virtues of medieval art, anticipating the relativism of the later nineteenth century, when art history learned to admire the art of all societies and to value every work as an index of its times. The major art historians of the modern era, however—Jacob Burckhardt, Aby Warburg, Heinrich Wölfflin, Erwin Panofsky, Meyer Schapiro, and Ernst Gombrich— struggled to adapt their work to the rupture of artistic modernism, leading to the current predicaments of the discipline. Combining erudition with clarity, this book makes a landmark contribution to the understanding of art history. CHRISTOPHER S. WOOD is a professor at New York University. He is the author of Forgery, Replica, Fiction: Temporalities of German Renaissance Art and Albrecht Altdorfer and the Origins of Landscape, the coauthor of Anachronic Renaissance, and the editor of The Vienna School Reader: Politics and Art Historical Method in the 1930s. 2019. 472 pages. 24 b/w illus. 6 1/2 x 9. Hardback 9780691156521 $35.00 | £30.00 E-book 9780691194318

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“Beautifully illustrated. . . . [Pastoureau] unpicks the meanings of the colour by delving into a broad range of cultural references, from history, clothing and myth to art and etymology.” —Michael Prodger, The Times

Yellow

The History of a Color Michel Pastoureau

2019. 240 pages. 135 color illus. 9 x 9. Hardback 9780691198255 $39.95 | £34.00

In this richly illustrated book, Michel Pastoureau—a renowned authority on the history of color—now traces the visual, social, and cultural history of yellow. Focusing on European societies, with comparisons from East Asia, India, Africa, and South America, Yellow tells the intriguing story of the color’s evolving place in art, religion, fashion, literature, and science. Throughout, Pastoureau illuminates the history of yellow with a wealth of captivating images. Yellow is a feast for the eye and mind. MICHEL PASTOUREAU is a historian and emeritus director of studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Études de la Sorbonne in Paris. He is the author of many books, including Blue, Black, Green, and Red (all Princeton).

A Superb Baroque

Art in Genoa, 1600–1750 Jonathan Bober, Piero Boccardo & Franco Boggero Genoa completed its transformation from a faded maritime power into a thriving banking center for Europe in the seventeenth century. The wealth accumulated by its leading families spurred investment in the visual arts on an enormous scale. This volume explores how artists both foreign and native created a singularly rich and extravagant expression of the baroque in works of extraordinary variety, sumptuousness, and exuberance. Lavishly illustrated, A Superb Baroque is comprehensive, encompassing all the major media and participants. JONATHAN BOBER is the Andrew W. Mellon Senior April 2020. 384 pages. 250 color illus. 10 x 11 3/4. Hardback 9780691206516 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Exhibition Schedule

Curator of Prints and Drawings at the National Gallery of Art. PIERO BOCCARDO is superintendent of collections for the City of Genoa. FRANCO BOGGERO is director of historic and artistic heritage at the Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio, Genoa.

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC May 3–August 16, 2020 Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome October 3, 2020–January 10, 2021

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“Poignant and enlightening. . . . Allows us all to reflect on how we hope to fathom the meaning of our own lives.” —Walter Isaacson, author of Leonardo da Vinci

Michelangelo, God’s Architect

The Story of His Final Years and Greatest Masterpiece William E. Wallace

Michelangelo, God’s Architect is the first book to tell the full story of Michelangelo’s final two decades, when the peerless artist refashioned himself into the master architect of St. Peter’s Basilica and other major buildings. In this richly illustrated book, leading Michelangelo expert William Wallace sheds new light on this least familiar part of Michelangelo’s biography, revealing a creative genius who was also a skilled engineer and enterprising businessman. Fighting the intrigues of Church politics and his own declining health, Michelangelo became convinced that he was destined to build the largest and most magnificent church ever conceived. 2019. 328 pages. 62 color + 33 b/w illus. 6 x 9. Hardback 9780691195490 $29.95 | £25.00 E-book 9780691194394 Audiobook 9780691199306

WILLIAM E. WALLACE is the Barbara Murphy Bryant

Distinguished Professor of Art History at Washington University in St. Louis.

“A fascinating and original introduction to the first great woman artist of Renaissance Italy.” —Babette Bohn, author of Ludovico Carracci and the Art of Drawing

Sofonisba’s Lesson

A Renaissance Artist and Her Work Michael W. Cole

February 2020. 312 pages. 256 color + 25 b/w illus. 7 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691198323 $60.00 | £50.00

Sofonisba Anguissola (ca. 1535–1625) was the daughter of minor Lombard aristocrats who made the unprecedented decision to have her trained as a painter outside the family house. She went on to serve as an instructor to Isabel of Valois, the young queen of Spain. Sofonisba’s Lesson sheds new light on Sofonisba’s work, offering a major reassessment of a Renaissance painter who changed the image of women’s education in Europe—and who transformed Western attitudes about who could be an artist. MICHAEL W. COLE is professor of art history and

archaeology at Columbia University. His recent books include A New History of Italian Renaissance Art with Stephen J. Campbell and Leonardo, Michelangelo, and the Art of the Figure.

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“Eloquent, engrossing, and carefully researched.” —Vera M. Kutzinski, director of the Alexander von Humboldt in English Project

Alexander von Humboldt and the United States

Art, Nature, and Culture Eleanor Jones Harvey

March 2020. 400 pages. 215 color + 22 b/w illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691200804 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC Exhibition Schedule Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC March 20–August 16, 2020

Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859) was one of the most influential scientists and thinkers of his age. A Prussian-born geographer, naturalist, explorer, and illustrator, he was a prolific writer. In this beautifully illustrated book, Eleanor Jones Harvey examines how Humboldt left a lasting impression on American visual arts, sciences, literature, and politics. She shows how he inspired a network of like-minded individuals who would go on to embrace the spirit of exploration, decry slavery, advocate for the welfare of Native Americans, and extol America’s wilderness as a signature component of the nation’s sense of self. ELEANOR JONES HARVEY is senior curator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

“An impressive act of art-historical anamnesis that serves as an important revision of cultural history, radially repositioning both generations of sculptors in terms of period anxieties about military-industrial disaster and nuclear annihilation.” —Hal Foster, Princeton University

The New Monuments and the End of Man

U.S. Sculpture between War and Peace, 1945–1975 Robert Slifkin

2019. 248 pages. 103 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691192529 $37.50 | £32.00 E-book 9780691194264

In the wake of the atomic bombings of Japan in 1945, artists in the United States began to question what it meant to create a work of art in a world where humanity could be rendered extinct by its own hand. The New Monuments and the End of Man examines how some of the most important artists of postwar America revived the neglected tradition of the sculptural monument as a way to grapple with the cultural and existential anxieties surrounding the threat of nuclear annihilation. ROBERT SLIFKIN is associate professor of fine arts at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.

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The Nevada Test Site Emmet Gowin With a foreword by Robert Adams

More nuclear bombs have been detonated in America than in any other country in the world. Between 1951 and 1992, the Nevada National Security Test Site was the primary location for these activities, withstanding more than a thousand nuclear tests that left swaths of the American Southwest resembling the moon. In The Nevada Test Site, renowned American photographer Emmet Gowin (b. 1941) presents staggering aerial photographs of this powerfully evocative place.

“[Gowin’s] pictures are proof that even humanity’s vilest weapons can’t entirely void a place of its dignity.” —Max Norman, New Yorker “The Nevada Test Site is among the most compelling landscapes in the United States. Each anthropogenic feature, large and small, is surprising, astounding, intriguing, and mysterious. Emmet Gowin’s photographs make this case so eloquently.” —Matthew Coolidge, founder and director, Center for Land Use Interpretation “The Nevada Test Site is an important volume for followers of photography and of Emmet Gowin’s artistic revolution, and for anyone inclined to face the devastating history of nuclear proliferation in the United States. In Gowin’s thoughtful narrative, his skills as a storyteller shine and his voice—meditative, personal, allusive, self-deprecating, and informed—comes through beautifully.” —Joel Smith, Morgan Library & Museum

Gowin remains the only photographer granted official and sustained access to the Nevada Test Site. For this book, he has revisited his original negatives, made in 1996 and 1997, and three-quarters of the images featured here have never been published. These images show blast areas where sand has been transformed to glass, valleys pockmarked with hundreds of craters, trenches that protected soldiers from blasts, areas used to bury radioactive waste, and debris left behind following tests conducted as deep as five thousand feet below the Earth’s surface. Together, these stunning, unsettling views unveil environmental travesties on a grand scale. An essay by Gowin delves into the history of his work at the site, including his decade-long efforts to secure entry and what the images mean to him today. With a foreword by photographer and writer Robert Adams, The Nevada Test Site stands as a testament to the harms we inflict on our surroundings, the importance of bearing witness, and the possibilities for aesthetic redemption and a more hopeful future. EMMET GOWIN is emeritus professor of photography at Princeton University. His many books include Emmet Gowin and Mariposas Nocturnas (Princeton). His photographs are in collections around the world, including at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Morgan Library and Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Tokyo Museum of Art. ROBERT ADAMS is one of the most esteemed American photographers working today. His work has been published in more than thirty books. 2019. 160 pages. 67 tritone illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691196039 $49.95 | £42.00

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“A meticulously researched and information-filled chronicle of a place that, in its own way, defines New York City.”—Paul Alexander, Washington Post

Brooklyn

The Once and Future City Thomas J. Campanella America’s most storied urban underdog, Brooklyn has become an internationally recognized brand in recent decades—celebrated and scorned as one of the hippest destinations in the world. In Brooklyn: The Once and Future City, Thomas J. Campanella unearths long-lost threads of the urban past, telling the rich history of the rise, fall, and reinvention of one of the world’s most resurgent cities. Spanning centuries and neighborhoods, Brooklyn-born Campanella recounts the creation of places familiar and long forgotten, both built and never realized, bringing to life the individuals whose dreams, visions, rackets, and schemes forged the city we know today. 2019. 552 pages. 258 b/w illus. 6 1/2 x 10. Hardback 9780691165387 $35.00 | £30.00 E-book 9780691194561 Audiobook 9780691199078

THOMAS J. CAMPANELLA is associate professor of urban

studies and city planning at Cornell University and historian-in-residence of the New York City Parks Department. “Fascinating and important.” —Mark Jarzombek, author of Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age

Lateness Peter Eisenman with Elisa Iturbe

May 2020. 120 pages. 39 b/w illus. 6 x 7. Hardback 9780691147222 $26.95 | £22.00 E-book 9780691203911 POINT: Essays on Architecture

Conceptions of modernity in architecture are often expressed in the idea of the zeitgeist, or “spirit of the age,” an attitude toward architectural form that is embedded in a belief in progressive time. Lateness explores how architecture can work against these linear currents in startling and compelling ways. Bringing together architecture, music, and philosophy, and drawing on illuminating examples from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, Peter Eisenman and Elisa Iturbe demonstrate how today’s architecture can use the concept of lateness to break free of stylistic limitations, expand architecture’s critical capacity, and provide a new mode of analysis. PETER EISENMAN is founder and principal of Eisenman Architects and visiting professor at the Yale School of Architecture. ELISA ITURBE is co-founder of the firm Outside Development.

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“This extraordinarily timely and welcome book traces vivid episodes in the history of modern architecture’s engagement with climate control in the decades before energy-intensive air conditioning arrived on the scene.” —Felicity D. Scott, author of Outlaw Territories

Modern Architecture and Climate

Design before Air Conditioning Daniel A. Barber

June 2020. 336 pages. 76 color + 196 b/w illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691170039 $60.00 | £50.00 E-book 9780691204949

Extensively illustrated with archival material, Modern Architecture and Climate provides global perspectives on modern architecture and its evolving relationship with a changing climate, showcasing designs from Latin America, Europe, the United States, the Middle East, and Africa. This timely and important book reconciles the cultural dynamism of architecture with the material realities of ever-increasing carbon emissions from the mechanical cooling systems of buildings, and offers a historical foundation for today’s zero-carbon design. DANIEL A. BARBER is associate professor of architecture

at the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design. He is the author of A House in the Sun: Modern Architecture and Solar Energy in the Cold War.

“One of those books that turns a discipline upside down.” —Owen Hatherley, The Guardian

Architecture in Global Socialism

Eastern Europe, West Africa, and the Middle East in the Cold War Łukasz Stanek

In the course of the Cold War, architects, planners, and construction companies from socialist Eastern Europe engaged in a vibrant collaboration with those in West Africa and the Middle East in order to bring modernization to the developing world. Architecture in Global Socialism shows how their collaboration reshaped five cities in the Global South: Accra, Lagos, Baghdad, Abu Dhabi, and Kuwait City.

January 2020. 368 pages. 150 color + 127 b/w illus. 8 x 11. Hardback 9780691168708 $60.00 | £50.00 E-book 9780691194554

ŁUKASZ STANEK is senior lecturer at the Manchester School of Architecture, University of Manchester, UK. He is the author of Henri Lefebvre on Space: Architecture, Urban Research, and the Production of Theory and the editor of Team 10 East: Revisionist Architecture in Real Existing Modernism.

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Black Mountain Chamberlain John Chamberlain’s Writings at Black Mountain College, 1955 John Chamberlain Edited by Julie Sylvester

April 2020. 104 pages. 48 color illus. 9 1/2 x 10 1/2. Hardback 9780691204482 $39.95 | £34.00 Distributed for Edition Julie Sylvester

In 1955, long before he became famous for his abstract metal sculptures, John Chamberlain lived at Black Mountain College, writing poetry alongside Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, and Charles Olson. By the time he moved to New York City in 1956, Chamberlain had completed a series of poems with marginal comments by Olson and himself, but the work remained unpublished and unknown—until now. In Black Mountain Chamberlain, Julie Sylvester presents a facsimile of this fascinating typescript along with an introduction based on interviews conducted with Chamberlain in the 1980s. Beautifully produced, she reveals a remarkable and unexpected new side of an important twentieth-century artist. JOHN CHAMBERLAIN (1927–2011) was an American

sculptor whose works are featured in major museum collections around the world. JULIE SYLVESTER is the author of John Chamberlain: A Catalogue Raisonné of the Sculpture, 1954–1985. “Diane Waggoner has written the first truly contextual, art historical account of Lewis Carroll’s photographs of children.” —Morna O’Neill, author of Walter Crane: The Arts and Crafts, Painting, and Politics, 1875–1890

Lewis Carroll’s Photography and Modern Childhood Diane Waggoner

March 2020. 304 pages. 199 color + 3 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 10. Hardback 9780691193182 $65.00 | £54.00

Lewis Carroll began photographing children in the mid-nineteenth century, at a time when the young medium of photography was opening up new possibilities for visual representation and the notion of childhood itself was in transition. In this lavishly illustrated book, Diane Waggoner offers the first comprehensive account of Carroll as a photographer of modern childhood, exploring how his photographs of children gave visual form to emerging conceptions of childhood in the Victorian age. DIANE WAGGONER is curator of nineteenth-century photographs at the National Gallery of Art. Her books include The Art of the American Snapshot, 1888–1978 (Princeton), The Pre-Raphaelite Lens, and East of the Mississippi.

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William Blake Martin Myrone & Amy Concannon With an afterword by Alan Moore

William Blake (1757–1827) created some of the most iconic images in the history of art. He was a countercultural prophet whose personal struggles, technical innovations, and revelatory vision have inspired generations of artists. This marvelously illustrated book explores the biographical, artistic, and political contexts that shaped Blake’s work, and demonstrates why he was a singularly gifted visual artist with renewed relevance for us today.

“This beautiful book distills the spirit of the revolutionary poet, artist and prophet-saint of what we now call social justice. The scholar E. P. Thompson once said that to study Blake (1757–1827) is to realize that there are ‘a great many William Blakes.’ And there’s a new one to be found here at every turn of the page.” —Holland Cotter, New York Times

The book explores Blake’s relationship with the art world of his time and provides new perspectives on his craft as a printmaker, poet, watercolorist, and painter. It makes sense of the profound historical forces with which he contended during his lifetime, from revolutions in America and France to the dehumanizing effects of industrialization. Readers gain incomparable insights into Blake’s desire for recognition and commercial success, his role as social critic, his visionary experience of London, his hatred of empire, and the bitter disappointments that drove him to retire from the world in his final years. What emerges is a luminous portrait of a complicated and uncompromising artist who was at once a heretic, mystic, saint, and cynic. With an afterword by Alan Moore, this handsome volume features many of the most sublime and exhilarating images Blake ever produced. It brings together watercolors, paintings, and prints, and draws from such illuminated masterpieces as Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Europe a Prophecy, and apocalyptic works such as Milton and Jerusalem. MARTIN MYRONE is senior curator of pre-1800 British

art at Tate and visiting tutor in the history of art at the University of York. AMY CONCANNON is curator of British art, 1790–1850, at Tate. ALAN MOORE is widely regarded as one of the most influential writers in the history of comics. 2019. 224 pages. 200 color illus. 9 x 10 1/2. Hardback 9780691198316 $55.00 | £46.00 For sale only in the United States and Canada Published in association with Tate

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Crossing the Pomerium

The Boundaries of Political, Religious, and Military Institutions from Caesar to Constantine Michael Koortbojian The ancient Romans famously distinguished between civic life in Rome and military matters outside the city—a division marked by the pomerium, an abstract religious and legal boundary that was central to the myth of the city’s foundation. In this book, Michael Koortbojian explores, by means of images and texts, how the Romans used social practices and public monuments to assert their capital’s distinction from its growing empire, to delimit the proper realms of religion and law from those of war and conquest, and to establish and disseminate so many fundamental Roman institutions across three centuries of imperial rule. MICHAEL KOORTBOJIAN is the Moses Taylor Pyne ProJanuary 2020. 256 pages. 62 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691195032 $39.95 | £34.00 E-book 9780691197494

fessor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. He is the author of The Divinization of Caesar and Augustus and Myth, Meaning, and Memory on Roman Sarcophagi.

A Wonder to Behold

Craftsmanship and the Creation of Babylon’s Ishtar Gate Edited by Anastasia Amrhein, Clare Fitzgerald & Elizabeth Knott A Wonder to Behold explores ancient Near Eastern ideas about the transformative power of materials and craftsmanship as they relate to the Ishtar Gate. This beautifully illustrated catalogue accompanies an exhibition at New York University’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. Essays by archaeologists, art historians, curators, conservators, and text specialists examine a wide variety of artifacts from major American and European institutions.

2019. 186 pages. 160 color illus. 9 x 10 1/2. Hardback 9780691200156 $45.00 | £38.00 E-book 9780691204819 Distributed for the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University Exhibition Schedule

ANASTASIA AMRHEIN is an art historian specializing in the ancient Near East. CLARE FITZGERALD is associate director for exhibitions and gallery curator at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University. ELIZABETH KNOTT is a historian specializing in the textual and visual remains of the ancient Near East.

Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University November 6, 2019–May 24, 2020

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“This truly stunning book is a landmark in the field.” —Jane Hathaway, author of The Chief Eunuch of the Ottoman Harem

The Album of the World Emperor

Cross-Cultural Collecting and the Art of Album-Making in Seventeenth-Century Istanbul Emine Fetvacı The Album of the World Emperor examines an extraordinary piece of art: an album of paintings, drawings, calligraphy, and European prints compiled for the Ottoman sultan Ahmed I (r. 1603–17) by his courtier Kalender Paşa (d. 1616). In this detailed study of one of the most important works of seventeenth-century Ottoman art, Emine Fetvacı uses the album to explore questions of style, iconography, foreign inspiration, and the very meaning of the visual arts in the Islamic world.

January 2020. 296 pages. 126 color illus. 8 x 11. Hardback 9780691189154 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9780691194257

EMINE FETVACI is associate professor of Islamic art at

Boston University. She is the author of Picturing History at the Ottoman Court and the coeditor of Writing History at the Ottoman Court.

“Sade’s writings emerge from these compelling and illuminating pages as a major force within the artistic and intellectual debates of the twentieth century.” —Mary Jacobus, author of Reading Cy Twombly

The Marquis de Sade and the Avant-Garde Alyce Mahon

The writings of the Marquis de Sade (1740–1814) present a libertine philosophy of sexual excess and human suffering that refuses to make any concession to law, religion, or public decency. In this groundbreaking cultural history, Alyce Mahon traces how artists of the twentieth century turned to Sade to explore political, sexual, and psychological terror, adapting his imagery of the excessively sexual and terrorized body as a means of liberation from systems of power. ALYCE MAHON is Reader in Modern and Contemporary

May 2020. 304 pages. 44 color + 56 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691141619 $45.00 | £38.00

Art History at the University of Cambridge. She is the author of Surrealism and the Politics of Eros, 1938–1968 and Eroticism and Art.

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AFRICA & THE MIDDLE EAST “[This] richly illustrated tome . . . underscores the magnitude of Africa’s influence on both the medieval world and the continued cultural expression in this region today.”—Elizabeth Perrill, CAA Reviews “The best museums and exhibitions ask us to rethink what we think we know. Caravans of Gold, Fragments of Time . . . reconsiders the story of the medieval West.” —Cammy Brothers, Wall Street Journal

Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time

Art, Culture, and Exchange across Medieval Saharan Africa Edited by Kathleen Bickford Berzock

2019. 312 pages. 192 color illus. 10 x 11. Hardback 9780691182681 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University Exhibition Schedule Aga Khan Museum, Toronto September 21, 2019–February 23, 2020 Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Washington, DC April 8–November 29, 2020

Featuring a wealth of color images, this fascinating book demonstrates how the rootedness of place, culture, and tradition is closely tied to the circulation of people, objects, and ideas. These “fragments in time” offer irrefutable evidence of the key role that Africa played in medieval history and promote a new understanding of the past and the present. KATHLEEN BICKFORD BERZOCK is associate director of curatorial affairs at the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University.

The Golden Rhinoceros François-Xavier Fauvelle 2018. 280 pages. 7 color + 36 b/w illus. 6 1/2 x 8. Hardback 9780691181264 $29.95 | £25.00 E-book 9780691183947

Objects of Translation Finbarr Barry Flood 2018. 384 pages. 70 b/w illus. 8 x 10. Paperback 9780691180748 $39.95 | £34.00 E-book 9781400833245

The Ancient Near East Edited by James B. Pritchard 2010. 656 pages. 307 b/w illus. 6 x 9. Paperback 9780691147260 $52.50 | £44.00 E-book 9781400836215

Masters of Fire Edited by Michael Sebbane, Osnat Misch-Brandl & Daniel M. Master 2014. 184 pages. 7 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691162867 $55.00 | £46.00 A copublication with the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University

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AMERICA & THE AMERICAS

Basquiat-isms Jean-Michel Basquiat

The Notebooks Jean-Michel Basquiat

Moved to Tears Rebecca Bedell

2019. 144 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 1/2 x 5. Hardback 9780691192833 $12.95 | £10.99

2015. 304 pages. 160 color illus. 7 1/2 x 10. Hardback 9780691167893 $29.95 | £25.00

2018. 232 pages. 69 color + 44 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691153209 $45.00 | £38.00 E-book 9780691185545

Scale and the Incas Andrew James Hamilton

Artists Respond Melissa Ho, Thomas Crow, Erica Levin, Katherine Markoski, Mignon Nixon & Martha Rosler

Votes for Women Kate Clarke Lemay

2018. 304 pages. 105 color + 55 b/w illus. 9 x 12. Hardback 9780691172736 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9781400890194

2019. 416 pages. 171 color + 107 b/w illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691191188 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the Smithsonian American Art Museum

2019. 304 pages. 183 color illus. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2. Hardback 9780691191171 $39.95 | £34.00 Published in association with the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

Gorey’s Worlds Erin Monroe

Black Out Asma Naeem

Between Worlds Leslie Umberger

2018. 160 pages. 94 color + 22 b/w illus. 8 x 9. Hardback 9780691177045 $35.00 | £30.00 Published in association with the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

2018. 192 pages. 98 color illus. 9 x 10. Hardback 9780691180588 $45.00 | £38.00 Published in association with the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

2018. 448 pages. 244 color + 61 b/w illus. 9 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691182674 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the Smithsonian American Art Museum

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ANCIENT WORLD

The Atlas of Ancient Rome Edited by Andrea Carandini 2017. 1280 pages. 460 color + 80 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Hardback 9780691163475 $199.50 | £164.00

Hymn to Apollo Edited by Clare Fitzgerald 2019. 140 pages. 110 color illus. 9 x 11. Paperback 9780691193281 $35.00 | £30.00 A copublication with the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University

From Ancient to Modern Edited by Jennifer Y. Chi & Pedro Azara

Greek Art and Aesthetics in the Fourth Century B.C. William A. P. Childs

2015. 168 pages.125 color illus. 7 x 9. Hardback 9780691166469 $42.00 | £35.00 E-book 9781400866519 A copublication with the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University

2018. 516 pages. 28 color + 258 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Paperback 9780691176468 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9781400890514

The Dancing Lares and the Serpent in the Garden Harriet I. Flower

Trophies of Victory T. Leslie Shear, Jr.

2017. 416 pages. 24 color + 72 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691175003 $45.00 | £38.00 E-book 9781400888016

2016. 496 pages. 123 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Paperback 9780691170572 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9781400881130 Publications of the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University

Three Stones Make a Wall Eric H. Cline

The Transformation of Athens Robin Osborne

Classical Art Caroline Vout

2018. 480 pages. 54 b/w illus. 5 x 8. Paperback 9780691183237 $18.95 | £15.99 E-book 9780691184258

2018. 304 pages. 20 color + 80 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691177670 $49.95 | £42.00 E-book 9781400889938 Martin Classical Lectures

2018. 376 pages. 80 color + 132 b/w illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691177038 $39.50 | £34.00 E-book 9781400890279

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ARCHITECTURE & URBAN STUDIES

Affordable Housing in New York Edited by Nicholas Dagen Bloom & Matthew Gordon Lasner 2019. 336 pages. 106 color + 142 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Paperback 9780691197159 $24.95 | £22.00 E-book 9780691207056

Lives of Houses Edited by Kate Kennedy & Hermione Lee March 2020. 304 pages. 47 b/w illus. 6 x 9. Hardback 9780691193663 $24.95 | £20.00 E-book 9780691201948

Changing Places John MacDonald, Charles Branas & Robert Stokes 2019. 208 pages. 33 b/w illus. 6 x 9. Hardback 9780691195216 $29.95 | £25.00 E-book 9780691197791

Ugliness and Judgment Timothy Hyde

Designing San Francisco Alison Isenberg

2019. 232 pages. 70 b/w illus. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. Hardback 9780691179162 $35.00 | £30.00 E-book 9780691192642

2017. 432 pages. 43 color + 115 b/w illus. 6 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691172545 $37.50 | £32.00 E-book 9781400888832

Plaster Monuments Mari Lending

Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings Zeuler R. M. de A. Lima

2017. 304 pages. 48 color + 73 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691177144 $49.95 | £42.00

2019. 140 pages. 100 color illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691191195 $45.00 | £38.00

Ottoman Baroque Ünver Rüstem

Where Are the Women Architects? Despina Stratigakos

2019. 336 pages. 204 color + 44 b/w illus. 8 x 11. Hardback 9780691181875 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9780691190549

2016. 128 pages. 15 b/w illus. 5 x 8. Paperback 9780691170138 $19.95 | £16.99 E-book 9781400880294 Places Books

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ASIA & SOUTHEAST ASIA

The Tao of Architecture Amos Ih Tiao Chang 2017. 104 pages. 4 b/w illus. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. Paperback 9780691175713 $12.95 | £10.99 E-book 9781400885084 Princeton Classics

Around Chigusa Edited by Dora C. Y. Ching, Louise Allison Cort & Andrew M. Watsky 2017. 336 pages. 99 color illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Hardback 9780691177557 $75.00 | £62.00 Publications of the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University

Mount Wutai Wen-shing Chou 2018. 240 pages. 88 color + 31 b/w illus. 8 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691178646 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9780691191126

Chinese Painting and Its Audiences Craig Clunas

Traditional Chinese Architecture Fu Xinian

The Tale of Genji Melissa McCormick

2017. 320 pages. 200 color + 50 b/w illus. 8 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691171937 $60.00 | £50.00 The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Bollingen Series

2017. 448 pages. 150 b/w illus. 7 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691159997 $49.95 | £42.00 E-book 9781400885138 The Princeton-China Series

2018. 288 pages. 224 color illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691172682 $45.00 | £38.00 E-book 9780691188751

Chinese Architecture Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt

The Life of Animals in Japanese Art Edited by Robert T. Singer & Kawai Masatomo

Kanban Alan Scott Pate

2019. 400 pages. 253 color + 110 b/w illus. 9 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691169989 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9780691191973

2019. 384 pages. 475 color illus. 9 x 12. Hardback 9780691191164 $65.00 | £54.00 Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

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2017. 160 pages. 155 color illus. 9 1/2 x 11. Hardback 9780691176475 $49.50 | £42.00 Published in association with Mingei International Museum, San Diego


EUROPE

Delacroix Barthélémy Jobert

Insect Artifice Marisa Anne Bass

The Art of Philosophy Susanna Berger

2018. 352 pages. 249 color + 47 b/w illus. 9 x 11. Paperback 9780691182360 $60.00 | £50.00

2019. 312 pages. 192 color illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691177151 $65.00 | £54.00

2017. 352 pages. 30 color + 169 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Hardback 9780691172279 $65.00 | £54.00 E-book 9781400885121

Restoration Thomas Crow

Cézanne Portraits John Elderfield With Mary Morton & Xavier Ray

Bosch and Bruegel Joseph Leo Koerner

2018. 208 pages. 160 color + 12 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691181646 $39.95 | £34.00 E-book 9780691185125 The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Bollingen Series

2017. 256 pages. 180 color illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691177861 $55.00 | £46.00 Published in association with the National Portrait Gallery, London For sale only in North America

2016. 448 pages. 275 color + 50 b/w illus. 8 x 11. Hardback 9780691172286 $65.00 | £54.00 The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Bollingen Series

The Painter’s Touch Ewa Lajer-Burcharth

Rembrandt’s Roughness Nicola Suthor

Van Gogh and the Seasons Sjraar van Heugten

2018. 312 pages. 154 color + 104 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2. Hardback 9780691170121 $65.00 | £54.00

2018. 240 pages. 25 color + 57 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691172446 $60.00 | £50.00 E-book 9781400890200

2018. 272 pages. 247 color + 8 b/w illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691179711 $60.00 | £50.00 Published in association with the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, and Art Exhibitions Australia Not for sale in Australia and New Zealand

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GENERAL

Humanity Ai Weiwei

On Weaving Anni Albers

Face and Mask Hans Belting

2018. 168 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 x 5. Hardback 9780691181523 $12.95 | £10.99 E-book 9781400890347

2017. 272 pages. 105 color + 28 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 11. Hardback 9780691177854 $49.95 | £42.00 E-book 9781400889044 Published in association with The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

2017. 288 pages. 53 color + 51 b/w illus. 6 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691162355 $45.00 | £38.00

Visuality and Virtuality Whitney Davis

William Blake and the Age of Aquarius Stephen F. Eisenman, et al.

Committed to Memory Cheryl Finley

2017. 368 pages. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691171944 $49.95 | £42.00

Exploring the Invisible Lynn Gamwell March 2020. 528 pages. 332 color + 183 b/w illus. 9 1/2 x 12. Hardback 9780691191058 $49.95 | £42.00

2017. 248 pages. 137 color illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691175256 $45.00 | £38.00 Published in association with the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University

The Dehumanization of Art and Other Essays on Art, Culture, and Literature José Ortega y Gasset 2019. 224 pages. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. Paperback 9780691197210 $16.95 | £13.99 E-book 9780691197968 Princeton Classics

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2018. 320 pages. 77 color + 77 b/w illus. 7 1/2 x 10 1/2. Hardback 9780691136844 $49.50 | £42.00

Red Michel Pastoureau 2017. 216 pages. 112 color illus. 9 x 9. Hardback 9780691172774 $39.95 | £34.00


PHOTOGRAPHY “Moths fly by night and Gowin’s project is, at its heart, about drawing his jewels out of the shadows.” —Andrea K. Scott, New Yorker “A book of astonishing beauty.” —Joyce Carol Oates, Times Literary Supplement

Mariposas Nocturnas

Moths of Central and South America, A Study in Beauty and Diversity Emmet Gowin With a foreword by Terry Tempest Williams

2017. 144 pages. 90 color + 2 b/w illus. 11 x 14. Hardback 9780691176895 $49.95 | £42.00

Throughout Emmet Gowin’s distinguished career, his work has addressed urgent concerns. The arresting images of Mariposas Nocturnas extend this reach, as Gowin fosters awareness for a part of nature that is generally left unobserved and calls for a greater awareness of the biodiversity and value of the tropics as a universally shared natural treasure. An essay by Gowin introduces both the photographic and philosophical processes behind this extraordinary project. EMMET GOWIN is emeritus professor of photography at Princeton University. TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS is an author, conservationist, and activist.

Photography Reinvented Sarah Greenough 2016. 144 pages. 71 color illus. 10 x 12. Hardback 9780691172873 $45.00 | £38.00 Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun Sarah Howgate 2017. 176 pages. 91 color + 60 b/w illus. 8 x 10. Hardback 9780691176628 $39.50 | £34.00 Published in association with the National Portrait Gallery, London For sale only in North America

Soulmaker Alexander Nemerov 2016. 200 pages. 114 color + 10 b/w illus. 8 1/2 x 9 1/2. Hardback 9780691170176 $45.00 | £38.00 E-book 9781400881277

The Arab Imago Stephen Sheehi 2016. 264 pages. 100 b/w illus. 7 x 10. Hardback 9780691151328 $45.00 | £38.00

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