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Born in India Made in England tells his life story, warts and all. The first part evokes the atmosphere of the India of his youth and later sections describe, with telling observation, England and the English he encountered in the 1960s. 256pp.
The Women who Shaped Modern Art in Britain tells the stories of determined women like Helen Sutherland, Margaret Gardiner, Myfanwy Piper and others, who helped to change the course of British art in the middle of the last century. 288pp.
The significant influence of the periodical Signature on fine art has long been overlooked. While few people nowadays will have read it, no journal has greater claim to have stimulated the taste that became British neo-romanticism in the mid-20th century. 208pp.
The story of Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power, two artists who changed each other in an age of experiment and turmoil. Signed copies available for £25 +p&p.
This is the first ever monograph on the work of the British artist John Blackburn (b.1932) 180pp with colour images throughout.
'About Women' is Dorothy Bohm's first book to focus exclusively on the subject of women. 152pp.
Glimpse features extracts from the artist, Brendan Stuart Burns' personal journal while 'Artist in Residence' at Oriel y Parc 2009. 184pp.
Celebrating 800 years of Spirit and Endeavour brings together work from some of the most important and influential contemporary artists of the 20th and 21st Century. 86 page brochure with images of and information about each work.
British and German artists, from Gerhard Richter to Damien Hirst, have helped to define the last forty years of art. Starting with Zero and Pop, and ending with Sensation artists and Ultra-modernists, Art Works offers a unique, fully illustrated survey of contemporary art. 348pp.
This highly readable book will appeal to anyone interested in Modern British art in general and post-war sculpture in particular
Lynn Chadwick Evolution in Sculpture was the first major solo show of the British sculptor Lynn Chadwick in a public gallery since 2004.
The catalogue includes a short essay by Peter Davies on the artist and his place amongst the great sculptors of the 20th century.