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​From architecture to artists, from photography and painting to performing arts - discover the latest arts books. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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The real and the romantic  by Frances Spalding

The real and the romantic

Frances Spalding

Book

"The 21st century has seen a surge of interest in English art of the interwar years. Women artists, such as Winifred Knights, Frances Hodgkins and Evelyn Dunbar, have come to the fore, while familiar names - Paul Nash, Eric Ravilious and Stanley Spencer...

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Neeson Murcutt Neille  by Anna Johnson

Neeson Murcutt Neille

Anna Johnson

Book

"Neeson Murcutt Neille demonstrate a deeply empathetic approach to making architecture, one that is integrally connected to landscape, history, identity, culture and place. Whether a surf lifesaving club, a school gymnasium, a museum or a single-family...

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Photo no-nos

Photo no-nos

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"At turns humorous and absurd, heartfelt and searching, Photo No-Nos is for photographers of all levels wishing to avoid easy metaphors and to sharpen their visual communication skills. Photographers often have unwritten lists of subjects they tell t...

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Whose truth, whose creativity?  by George J. E. Sakkal

Whose truth, whose creativity?

George J. E. Sakkal

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"Whose Truth, Whose Creativity? is an expert analysis of both neuroscience and art theory - this new book delves into the source of all art and creativity, from ancient cave paintings to contemporary art masterpieces. It explores why postmodern art theory...

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Van Gogh self-portraits  by Martin Bailey

Van Gogh self-portraits

Martin Bailey

Book

"The myth of Van Gogh today is linked as much to his extraordinary life as it is to his stunning paintings. His biography has often shaped the way that his self-portraits have been (mis)understood. Van Gogh. Self-Portraits reconsiders this aspect of ...

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The joy of watercolor  by Emma Block

The joy of watercolor

Emma Block

Book

"For a soothing boost of joy and whimsy, try your hand at watercolor. With a few simple steps, anyone can be an aspiring artist, and achieve moments of zen doing so. London illustrator and watercolor artist Emma Block is distilling her sold-out classes...

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Fully coherent plan for a new and better society  by David Shrigley

Fully coherent plan for a new and better society

David Shrigley

Book

"I invite you to imagine a plan for a new and better society where everything is very coherent and makes a lot of sense and nothing is confusing or awful. No need to imagine. Here is the plan. The plan is illustrated. The plan is quite complicated. But...

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Architecture in the age of artificial intelligence  by Neil Leach

Architecture in the age of artificial intelligence

Neil Leach

Book

"Artificial intelligence is everywhere - from the apps on our phones to the algorithms of search engines. Without us noticing, the AI revolution has arrived. But what does this mean for the world of design? The first volume in a two-book series, Arch...

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Bushcraft whittling  by Rick Wiebe

Bushcraft whittling

Rick Wiebe

Book

"An easy and fun introduction to the essential outdoor skill of bushcraft whittling. Bushcraft whittling-the art of shaping improvised campsite and hiking implements-requires no special tools or complex techniques, and you can practice on just about any...

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Hockney's pictures  by David Hockney

Hockney's pictures

David Hockney

Book

Illustrates the evolution and diversity of Hockney's paintings, drawings, watercolours, prints and photography.

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Raphael and the Antique  by Claudia La Malfa

Raphael and the Antique

Claudia La Malfa

Book

"The Renaissance artist Raphael is known for his extraordinary frescoes, his sublime Madonnas, devotional altarpieces, architectural designs, and his inventive prints and tapestries. It was his use of ancient Roman models - classical sculptures, reliefs...

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Giorgione's ambiguity  by Tom Nichols

Giorgione's ambiguity

Tom Nichols

Book

"The Venetian painter known as Giorgione or 'big George' died at a young age in the dreadful plague of 1510, possibly having painted no more than thirty works. But many of these are among the most mysterious and alluring in the history of art. Paintings...

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Rubens's spirit  by Alexander Marr

Rubens's spirit

Alexander Marr

Book

"Peter Paul Rubens was the most inventive and prolific northern European artist of his age. This book discusses his life and work in relation to three interrelated themes: spirit, ingenuity and genius. It argues that Rubens and his reception were pivotal...

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Historic capital  by Cameron Logan

Historic capital

Cameron Logan

Book

"For much of the postwar era, Washingtonians battled to make the city their own, fighting the federal government over the basic question of home rule, the right of the citys residents to govern their local affairs. Urban historian Cameron Logan examines...

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Understanding street photography  by Bryan Peterson

Understanding street photography

Bryan Peterson

Book

"Discover the secrets to mastering street photography -- from city streets to country roads and the alleyways in between -- from an acclaimed international photographer, teacher, and best-selling author"--Publisher's description.

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At home with art  by Olivia De Fayet

At home with art

Olivia De Fayet

Book

"A beginner's guide on how to start your own art collection on any budget—to create a unique home that reflects your individual style. A work of art—whether it is unexpected, groundbreaking, or one of a kind—can personalize your interior and transform...

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Rembrandt  by Christopher White

Rembrandt

Christopher White

Book

"Rembrandt is among the few Old Master artists to retain universal appeal among art lovers today, his striking self-portraits lauded the world over - yet he remains an elusive, enigmatic figure. Here, the distinguished art historian Christopher White...

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Miró  by Roland Penrose

Miró

Roland Penrose

Book

"A new edition of this classic survey on the life and work of Spanish surrealist, Joan Miro, by his close friend, historian and fellow artist Roland Penrose. Among the great 20th-century masters, the surrealist painter Joan Miro stands out for the at...

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The art of letter carving in wood  by Martin Wenham

The art of letter carving in wood

Martin Wenham

Book

"The Art of Letter Carving in Wood is a thorough guide to this beautiful craft. Based on the v-cut method, it explains how to carve letters in a range of sizes, styles and different kinds of wood. The book progresses from the basic to the difficult, and...

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Artists on art  by Holly (Arts journalist) Black

Artists on art

Holly (Arts journalist) Black

Book

"Through a carefully curated selection of quotations, images and interviews, Artists on Art reveals what matters most to the masters. You'll discover how the giants of the different artistic genres developed their distinctive visual styles, the core ideas...

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Swimming home  by Judy Cotton

Swimming home

Judy Cotton

Book

"'I was sitting at my father's desk, waiting to call Intensive Care. It is September, the wattle is flowering, and it smells like napalm.' In this stunning memoir, full of black humour and razor-sharp observations, visual artist Judy Cotton captures ...

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Nomad girl  by Kanakiya Myra Ah Chee

Nomad girl

Kanakiya Myra Ah Chee

Book

"There are so many stories to tell of my life, and sometimes I think they are not of importance, but they are, because often it is the little details that are the most important. I still remember every detail. [Like] Oodnadatta Country -- I can still...

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Raphael  by Paul Joannides

Raphael

Paul Joannides

Book

"An authoritative introduction to one of the most influential painters in the history of art, written by the pre-eminent authority on the subject and informed by the latest research.0 More versatile and less idiosyncratic than Michelangelo, more prolific...

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Boy in a china shop  by Keith Brymer Jones

Boy in a china shop

Keith Brymer Jones

Book

"Ballet dancer. Front man in an almost famous band. Judge on The Great Pottery Throwdown. How did all that happen? By accident mostly. But I always say we make our own luck. What if an art teacher hadn't given me a lump of clay? What if the band had ...

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Prime  by Skye Arundhati Thomas

Prime

Skye Arundhati Thomas

Book

"The most exciting rising stars in contemporary art - who's who and what's next - featuring 107 artists born since 1980, as chosen by a new generation of art experts and leaders"--Publisher's description.

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Photographers on photography  by Henry Carroll

Photographers on photography

Henry Carroll

Book

"Think you know photography? Think again. Through a carefully curated selection of quotes and images, this book reveals what matters most to the masters of photography. With 50 iconic images and accompanying text by Henry Carroll, author of the inter...

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The mindful photographer  by Sophie Howarth

The mindful photographer

Sophie Howarth

Book

"The hurried person's guide to mindful photography, peaceful contemplation and a slow creative practice, including hands-on assignments, enlightening concepts and inspirational stories. In a world where millions of images are shot at every moment of every...

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Hannah Höch.

Hannah Höch.

Book

"Now available in paperback this book on the celebrated Dada artist Hannah Höch explores her use of collage as the artistic medium of choice for both satire and poetic beauty"--Publisher's description.

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Notebooks. Volume 1, 1998-1999  by Anselm Kiefer

Notebooks. Volume 1, 1998-1999

Anselm Kiefer

Book

"The power in Anselm Kiefer's images is rivalled by his writings on nature and history, literature and antiquity, and mysticism and mythology. This first volume of his Notebooks spans the years 1998–1999 and traces the origins and creative process of...

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Masterpieces  by Christopher Lloyd

Masterpieces

Christopher Lloyd

Book

"If you find yourself in Hull, Cork or Dundee, what paintings should you go and look at? Many masterpieces are waiting for you around the British Isles, sometimes neglected, in our galleries and museums. Here, the distinguished broadcaster and critic...

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Wild  by Noel Kingsbury

Wild

Noel Kingsbury

Book

"A stunning exploration of one of the hottest trends in garden design, nature-based planting with an eco-aware approach, featuring the work of leading designers such as Sean Hogan, Piet Oudolf, and Dan Pearson. Forget the mild, manicured gardens of the...

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Creating textured landscapes with pen, ink, and watercolor  by Claudia Nice

Creating textured landscapes with pen, ink, and watercolor

Claudia Nice

Book

"The author, an artist and teacher, shares her techniques using pen, ink and watercolor for creating landscapes with textual detail"--Publisher's description.

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Diary of a lone twin  by David Loftus

Diary of a lone twin

David Loftus

Book

"More than thirty years ago, David Loftus's cherished identical twin, John, passed away. Ever since, a day hasn't passed without David feeling the loss. In 1987, after recovering from a brain tumour, John contracted meningitis and found himself back ...

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The love of painting  by Isabelle Graw

The love of painting

Isabelle Graw

Book

"Painting seems to have lost its dominant position in the field of the arts. However, looking more closely at exhibited photographs, assemblages, installations, or performances, it is evident how the rhetorics of painting still remain omnipresent. Fo...

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A portrait of Leonardo  by Donovan Bixley

A portrait of Leonardo

Donovan Bixley

Book

"Strip back the layers of varnish and discover the man behind the masterpieces, the personality that drove one of the greatest minds in history. The life and times of Leonardo da Vinci are vividly imagined by Donovan Bixley."--Back cover.

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Mary Cassatt  by Griselda Pollock

Mary Cassatt

Griselda Pollock

Book

"A close ally of Camille Pissarro, Berthe Morisot and Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt was the only American painter at the heart of the Impressionist group in Paris. Highly respected on both sides of the Atlantic, Cassatt was a forthright advocate for wome...

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Cézanne  by Richard Verdi

Cézanne

Richard Verdi

Book

"An updated edition of this classic survey, a thorough overview of Paul Cézanne's life and work. For Picasso he was "like our father"; for Matisse, "a god of painting." Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) is widely regarded as the father of modern art. In this....

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Caribbean art  by Veerle Poupeye

Caribbean art

Veerle Poupeye

Book

"A new, updated and expanded edition of this classic survey on the history of Caribbean art, featuring the work of over 100 artists from the period of colonialism to the present day. Caribbean Art presents and discusses the diverse, fascinating and h...

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Art and climate change  by Maja Fowkes

Art and climate change

Maja Fowkes

Book

"A timely introduction to the fields of environmental art, art and ecology, art and climate change, art and activism, and art in the Anthropocene. Global awareness of climate change is increasing, and the scientific evidence is incontrovertible: an.....

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Color in and out of the garden  by Lorene Edwards Forkner

Color in and out of the garden

Lorene Edwards Forkner

Book

"Capture all the hues of the garden with a few simple brushstrokes and Lorene Edwards Forkner's inspirational advice on observing color in nature, painting with watercolor, and gardening with joy and intention. If you love flowers and the rich colors...

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John Craxton  by Ian (Art critic) Collins

John Craxton

Ian (Art critic) Collins

Book

"Born into a large, musical, and bohemian family in London, the British artist John Craxton (1922-2009) has been described as a Neo-Romantic, but he called himself a "kind of Arcadian". His early art was influenced by Blake, Palmer, Miro, and Picasso....

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Authority and freedom  by Jed Perl

Authority and freedom

Jed Perl

Book

"From one of our most astute art critics, an impassioned and elegant book that questions the demand for art's political relevance or its need to deliver a message, and insists on its power to take us out of the everyday world, and its most important role:...

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Iconicon  by John Grindrod

Iconicon

John Grindrod

Book

"Wimpey homes. Millennium monuments. Riverside flats. Wind farms. Spectacular skyscrapers. City centre apartments. Out of town malls. The buildings designed in our lifetimes encapsulate the dreams and aspirations of our culture, while also revealing ...

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Land  by Henry Carroll

Land

Henry Carroll

Book

"Land: Photographs That Make You Think considers humanity's changing relationship with the natural world, a relationship that has seen us edge further away from real encounters. The photographs explore how the sublime can be commodified, packaged, an...

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Wild world  by Richard Barrett

Wild world

Richard Barrett

Book

"You are going on the trip of a lifetime and hope to photograph some of the world's most iconic animals. Richard Barrett, one of Britain's top wildlife photographers, shows you how to achieve this. He tells you about the type of camera that will be best...

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Letters to Gwen John  by Celia Paul

Letters to Gwen John

Celia Paul

Book

"We are both painters. We can connect to each other through images, in our own unvoiced language. But I will try and reach you with words. Through talking to you I may come alive and begin to speak. Celia Paul has felt a lifelong connection to the artist...

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Black paper  by Teju Cole

Black paper

Teju Cole

Book

"In 'Black paper,' Teju Cole meditates on what it means to keep our humanity--and witness the humanity of others--in a time of darkness. 'Darkness,' Cole writes, 'is not empty.' Through art, politics, travel, and memoir, he returns us to the wisdom latent...

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Vintage jewellery  by Caroline Cox

Vintage jewellery

Caroline Cox

Book

" Vintage Jewellery recounts 120 years of history. The book explores the key designers and jewellery houses, technical developments and cultural influences that shaped jewellery design and shows you how to collect and wear vintage pieces. Vintage Jew...

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Diamonds  by Caroline de Guitaut

Diamonds

Caroline de Guitaut

Book

"The Royal Collection holds some of the finest examples of diamond jewellery in the world. This beautifully illustrated and accessible history features 21 of the most significant diamond jewels worn by generations of the Royal Family for more than 200...

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Line and wash painting  by Liz Chaderton

Line and wash painting

Liz Chaderton

Book

"Line and wash is an exciting combination. This practical book shows you how to exploit the strength of ink with the transparency of watercolour to produce powerful and dynamic paintings. With over 170 illustrations, it covers a wide range of styles ...

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Lotusland  by Lisa Romerein

Lotusland

Lisa Romerein

Book

"Variously labeled Eden, one of the 100 gardens you must visit before your die, and among the 10 best botanical gardens in the world, Madame Ganna Walska's Lotusland is magic mixed with paradise in the hills of Montecito, California. Walska, a well-k...

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Christopher Winter  by Christopher Winter

Christopher Winter

Christopher Winter

Book

"British artist Christopher Winter (*1968) is a figurative painter, performance and installation artist. His work is influenced primarily by literature, film and politics. He has a particular interest in fairy tales, folk rituals and often questions the...

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A year unfolding  by Angela Harding

A year unfolding

Angela Harding

Book

"This stunning work, the first book that is solely dedicated to Angela's art, is a celebration of her beautiful prints, and a glimpse into her detailed and meticulous process. A Year Unfolding is a journey through Angela's year in nature watching the...

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National Geographic complete photo guide  by Heather Perry

National Geographic complete photo guide

Heather Perry

Book

"This is a collection of photographic knowledge designed to take you beyond the basics and make you a better photographer, no matter what your current abilities and talents. Here are tips and tricks of National Geographic photographers, expertly expl...

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Stourhead  by Dudley Dodd

Stourhead

Dudley Dodd

Book

"An illustrated history of the landscape garden at Stourhead, created by generations of the Hoare banking dynasty. The Palladian house of Stourhead, in Wiltshire, occupies a plateau above the confluence of three valleys. When you cross the south lawn...

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Just draw botanicals  by Helen (Artist) Birch

Just draw botanicals

Helen (Artist) Birch

Book

"Just Draw Botanicals presents a collection of 90 beautiful botanical images by contemporary artists from around the world. Dip-in for advice or flick through the pages for inspiration. Each image is accompanied by a short introduction, information on...

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Hogarth  by Jacqueline Riding

Hogarth

Jacqueline Riding

Book

"On a late spring night in 1732, a boisterous group of friends set out from their local pub. They are beginning a journey, a 'peregrination' that will take them through the gritty streets of Georgian London and along the River Thames as far as the Isle...

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Children's picturebooks  by Martin Salisbury

Children's picturebooks

Martin Salisbury

Book

"Children's picturebooks are the very first books we encounter, and they form an important, constantly evolving, and dynamic sector of the publishing world. But what does it take to create a successful picture book for children? In this publication, ...

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The art of drawing manga  by Talia Horsburgh

The art of drawing manga

Talia Horsburgh

Book

"With everything needed to start in the world of manga, The Art of Drawing Manga is the ultimate guide to creating characters and developing original manga books and stories. Explore more than 500 tips, tricks, and step-by-step how-tos for creating a...

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Watercolor portraits  by Nelli Andrejew

Watercolor portraits

Nelli Andrejew

Book

"In this fresh and super-accessible approach to modern portraiture, artist Nelli Andrejew removes any barriers to painting instantly recognizable faces. In just a few simple brushstrokes you can capture the essence and likeness of 15 international icons...

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Coastlines

Coastlines

Book

"A stunning, wanderlust-inspiring collection of travel photography focused on water and coastlines from the premier online curator of travel photography, Tiny Atlas Quarterly"--Publisher's description.

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Art Brut

Art Brut

Book

"A revelatory glimpse into the passions and obsessions of 60 visionary artists through the medium of their personal sketchbooks, treatises, storybooks, grimoires, and journals. This unprecedented gathering of handmade books from the most notable Art ...

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Out of the sun  by Esi Edugyan

Out of the sun

Esi Edugyan

Book

"Two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize winner and internationally bestselling author Esi Edugyan delivers an incisive analysis of the relationship between race and art. History is a construction. What happens when we begin to consider stories at the margins,...

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Saturday AM presents How to draw diverse manga  by Frederick L. Jones

Saturday AM presents How to draw diverse manga

Frederick L. Jones

Book

"For beginner to intermediate artists, Saturday AM Presents How to Draw Diverse Manga demonstrates how to conceive and draw original characters that reflect diverse racial, ethnic, and gender identities, featuring work by the artists represented in Saturday...

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The watercolour sourcebook  by Terry Harrison

The watercolour sourcebook

Terry Harrison

Book

"Packed full of ideas to inspire your watercolour painting, The Watercolour Sourcebook features 60 gorgeous paintings of landscapes, flowers, woodlands and mountains, providing endless inspiration for artists of all levels. Each project comes with cl...

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Chasing me to my grave  by Winfred Rembert

Chasing me to my grave

Winfred Rembert

Book

"A self-taught artist's odyssey from Jim Crow era Georgia to the Yale Art Gallery--a stunningly vivid, full-color memoir in prose and painted leather, with a foreword by Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson. Winfred Rembert grew up as a field...

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Bacon in Moscow  by James (Art dealer and gallery owner) Birch

Bacon in Moscow

James (Art dealer and gallery owner)...

Book

"This funny and personal memoir is the account of an audacious attempt by James Birch, a young British curator, to mount the ground-breaking retrospective of Francis Bacon's work at the newly refurbished Central House of Artists, Moscow in 1988. Side-lined...

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Finding home  by Ken Pursley

Finding home

Ken Pursley

Book

"Founded on the simple principle "Build beautiful things," the architectural team of Pursley Dixon, like populist architects Bobby McAlpine and Jeff Dungan, is known for blending elements of tradition with a modern lifestyle. In Finding Home, they share...

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At home on the water  by Jaci Conry

At home on the water

Jaci Conry

Book

"The idea of a retreat--a place removed from one's daily stressors, an escape in a serene natural setting, a secluded haven to be enjoyed by family, is more appealing than it has been in decades. Though second homes are far from a novel concept; retreats...

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Women's work  by Ferren Gipson

Women's work

Ferren Gipson

Book

"In the history of western art, decorative and applied arts - including textiles and ceramics - have been separated from the 'high arts' of painting and sculpture and deemed to be more suitable for women. Artists began to reclaim and redefine these m...

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Atmospheric animals in watercolour  by Jean Haines

Atmospheric animals in watercolour

Jean Haines

Book

"From domestic cats and dogs to wild lions and giraffes, best-selling artist and author Jean Haines shows the reader how to bring a vitality of life to their animal artwork. Known for the vibrant colours and exciting, innovative painting techniques that...

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Scrap wood whittling  by Steve Tomashek

Scrap wood whittling

Steve Tomashek

Book

"Small wood carvings tend to intimidate, but Scrap Wood Whittling makes it easy! Opening with helpful insight on materials, tools, cuts, and safety, you'll then go on to complete 19 tiny animal carvings that progress in difficulty. From a leaping pig...

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The eyes of the skin  by Juhani Pallasmaa

The eyes of the skin

Juhani Pallasmaa

Book

"First published in 1996, The Eyes of the Skin has become a classic of architectural theory. It asks the far-reaching question why, when there are five senses, has one single sense - sight - become so predominant in architectural culture and design?...

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Venus betrayed  by Julia Bloch Frey

Venus betrayed

Julia Bloch Frey

Book

"Édouard Vuillard was so secretive that he berated himself for betraying his emotions in conversation. He was a reticent, impassioned man, a timid stalker and a social climbing anarchist, caught in conflicting desires. From the 1880s until the advent...

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150 gardens you need to visit before you die  by Stefanie Waldek

150 gardens you need to visit before you die

Stefanie Waldek

Book

"150 Gardens You Need to Visit before You Die profiles a selection of the most beautiful gardens in the world, renowned for their exceptional flora, imaginative designs, and inspiring locations. From Kew Gardens in London to the Singapore Botanical G...

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IRO  by Rossella Menegazzo

IRO

Rossella Menegazzo

Book

"The first and only survey of Japanese design as seen through the lens of Japan's traditional colour spectrum - an exquisitely packaged fresh take on a universally popular topic. The traditional colours of Japan have been in use since the seventh cen...

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Flora photographica  by William A. Ewing

Flora photographica

William A. Ewing

Book

"There has never been a period in photography's long history - no school, no movement - when flowers have not been a central focus, whether in the form of the classic still life, the botanical study, incorporated into portraiture and studies of the human...

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The natural way to draw  by Kimon Nicolaïdes

The natural way to draw

Kimon Nicolaïdes

Book

"Learn how to draw over the course of a year, in the space of 64 exercises. This essential guide to drawing by renowned art teacher Kimon Nicolaides is valued by both early students of art and accomplished artists alike. Consisting of 64 exercises, The...

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Figure it out!  by Christopher Hart

Figure it out!

Christopher Hart

Book

"Christopher Hart's bestselling Figure It Out books have taught thousands of artists to draw the human figure. His clear step-by-step illustrations and instructions make drawing people accessible, easy, and fun! In Figure It Out: Faces & Expressions,...

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Artistic circles  by Susie Hodge

Artistic circles

Susie Hodge

Book

"Discover the fascinating connections between the world's greatest artists. Artistic Circles introduces some of the most inspirational stories of friendship, love, creativity and shared passions in the world of art. Whether through teaching, as in the...

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Camera lucida  by Roland Barthes

Camera lucida

Roland Barthes

Book

"An inquiry into a very modern art form - photography. Barthes personal investigation into the meaning of photographs is a seminal work of critical theory of the twentieth century. Examining themes of presence and absence, these reflections on photog...

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Warhol  by Blake Gopnik

Warhol

Blake Gopnik

Book

"The definitive biography of one of the most famous and influential artists the world has ever seen. Andy Warhol presented himself as being as shallow as critics accused his famous Campbell's Soup can paintings of being. His public persona was droll;...

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On landscape and meaning  by Richard Misrach

On landscape and meaning

Richard Misrach

Book

"In "The Photography Workshop Series," Aperture Foundation works with the world's top photographers to distill their creative approaches, teachings, and insights on photography, offering the workshop experience in a book. Our goal is to inspire photo...

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