/Exhibition Catalogues
  • Gauguin: Portraits

    Cornelia Homburg & Christopher Riopelle

    Accompanies a National Gallery exhibition, the first book to focus entirely on Gaugin’s portraiture.

    Hardback £30.00
  • Natalia Goncharova

    Edited by Matthew Gale

    Presents the full range of her work, from painting to prints and theatre designs, in all its glory. Accompanies the exhibition at the Tate Modern this summer.

    Paperback £25.00
  • Hockney – Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature

    Hans Den Hartog Jager

    An illustrated study of Hockney’s landscapes and their debt to Van Gogh. To accompany the show at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

    Paperback £24.95
  • Early Picasso: The Blue and the Rose Period

    Edited by Raphael Bouvier

    A parade of gorgeous harlequins, et el, from the Fondation Beyeler.

    Hardback £55.00
  • Picasso: The Sculpture

    Anna Coliva

    Accompanies an exhibition at the Palazzo Borghese in Rome.

    Hardback £42.00
  • Ruskin, Turner & the Storm Cloud

    Suzanne Fagence Cooper

    Accompanies the exhbition at York Art Gallery, exploring Ruskin’s admiration for Turner, his interest in meteorology and incipient environmentalism.

    Paperback £20.00
  • Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light

    His iridescent, sun-drenched scenes were not just heatwaves on canvas; social realism scorches his work.

    Hardback £30.00
  • Dorothea Tanning

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    Married to Max Ernst, Tanning lived in Paris in the 1950s, then returned to the USA after his death. She died in 2012. This book looks at the diverse output of an amazingly long career. Accompanies the current exhibition at the Tate Modern.

    Paperback £30.00
  • Idols: The Power of Images

    Annie Caubet

    Wonders of early civilisations: figurines from the Cyclades, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, the Oxus and Indus valleys, Iran, Iberia, etc. ‘Idols’ does not seem the right descriptive for these as we only guess at their function; but their small, highly concentrated presences give each of them an extraordinary power. Superbly illustrated.

    Hardback £50.00