- All Books
- John Craxton
- Lynn Chadwick
- Grosvenor School
- Modern British Art
- Henry Moore
- Rare Books & Monographs
Bookshop: Rare Books & Monographs
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 illustrated catalogue raisonné of his sculpture is published in a revised and expanded edition which incorporates Chadwick’s complete sculptural oeuvre up to his death in 2003
This first major study of Etty's work in over fifty years reassesses his use of the nude, his training at the Royal Academy and his large scale historical canvases and proposes a new framework within which his art can be understood. 256pp.
A substantial monograph on this important Australian sculptor. Published 1983, 491pp.
This is the hardbound catalogue raisonné of the graphic work of the renowned twentieth century Italian artist Marino Marini, published in 1993, it contains fully illustrated and annotated entries for 384 engravings, lithographs and graphic works. 278pp.
Facsimile edition C of Henry Moore sketchbook from 1980 - numbered and signed by the artist from the edition of 350, with accompanying catalogue, published by Raymond Spencer Company Ltd.
This publication of the Catalogue Raisonne of the graphic work of Henry Moore by Gerald Cramer, Alister Grant and David Mitchinson
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.
Examines Scottish painting both past and present and depicts the different periods and styles of Scottish society. 224pp.
Philip Sutton RA is probably best known for large and highly coloured paintings of landscape, flowers and people. Since he was at the Slade in the 1950s, however, he has been fascinated by printmaking and, in particular, the woodcut.