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This volume displays many examples of the artist's work in different media. It brings to the fore his work in painting and sculpture. 152pp.
This work is a record of Ana Maria Pacheco's time as the fourth Associate Artist working at the National Gallery. 48pp
This is an informative and well illustrated title, giving a thorough introduction to the Brazilian born artist Ana Maria Pacheco. 128pp
This text traces the career of Ana Maria Pacheco, a sculptor-painter-printmaker, from her origins and education in Brazil, through her arrival in England as a British Council scholar at the Slade in 1973, and her development into one of the most renowned figurative artists of her time. 96pp
Published to celebrate the quincentenary of his birth, this lavishly produced volume presents Palladio’s buildings in stunning photographs, revealing his ability to turn every project into a masterpiece of architectural form. 433pp.
These two volumes comprise the first comprehensive scholarly treatment in half a century of the crucial influence of the tribal arts on modern painters and sculptors. 706pp.
Philip Vann’s accompanying essay gives us for the first time a thorough understanding of Power’s work, putting it firmly into a contemporary context. Published in hardback in 2013. 112pp.
Catalogue for an exhibition of Prints and Drawings held at Osborne Samuel Gallery, London. 4 April - 5 May 2012. 68pp.
Prints have always been an integral part of our activities at Osborne Samuel Gallery. This catalogue was produced to accompany the exhibition at the gallery from 9 May – 4 June, 2016.
This is the first book on British sculptor Sophie Ryder. Jonathan Benington examines Ryder’s inspiration behind the work, her unusual techniques, and its public reception.
The artists most associated with Neo Romanticism are Sutherland, Nash, Piper and Moore followed by the younger generation of Ayrton, Craxton, Clough, Minton, Vaughan and the ‘Two Roberts’ Colquhoun and MacBryde.
Examines Scottish painting both past and present and depicts the different periods and styles of Scottish society. 224pp.