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The most popular Individual artists, art monographs books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Thomas Kinkade Studios: Disney Dreams Collection 2020 Monthly Pocket Planner
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Thomas Kinkade Special Collector's Edition 2020 Deluxe Wall Calendar
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Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light with Scripture 2020 Deluxe Wall Calendar
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Rob Ryan 2020 Square Wall Calendar
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Gustav Klimt Wall Calendar 2020 (Art Calendar)
Gustav Klimt is well-known for his golden masterpieces full of sumptuous ornamentation, as well as his incredible depictions of the female form and vibrant landscapes. In this opulent art calendar, revel in 12 of Klimt's fantastic paintings. Informative text accompanies each work and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
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Thomas Kinkade Gardens of Grace 2020 Square Wall Calendar
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Thomas Kinkade Lightposts for Living 2020 Square Wall Calendar
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Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light with Scripture 2020 Monthly Pocket Planner
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Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light with Scripture 2020 Diary
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Leonardo. The Complete Paintings and Drawings
For the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, this updated edition of our XL title provides the most comprehensive survey of the life and work of the master painter, sculptor, architect, and inventor. The catalogue raisonne of paintings covers both surviving and lost works, while full-bleed details allow us to inspect even the...
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Alphonse Mucha - Mini Wall calendar 2020 (Art Calendar)
No artist captured the glamour of the fin-de-siecle era as definitively as Alphonse Mucha. His highly stylized artwork, evoking a spirit of luxury and leisure, is celebrated in this slim calendar. Informative text accompanies each work and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
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Thomas Kinkade Studios: Disney Dreams Collection 2020 Mini Wall Calendar
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Ninth Street Women: Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler: Five Painters and the Movement That Changed Modern Art
The rich, revealing, and thrilling story of five women whose lives and painting propelled a revolution in modern art
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Art Forms in Nature: The Prints of Ernst Haeckel
The geometric shapes and natural forms, captured with exceptional precision in Ernst Haeckel's prints, still influence artists and designers to this day. This volume highlights the research and findings of this natural scientist.
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Wall and Piece
_______________Banksy. His work. Photographed. With comments by Banksy. In a book. This is that book. _______________
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Van Gogh. The Complete Paintings
Considered a founding father of modern painting, Vincent van Gogh is also one of the most famed tragic figures in art history. This comprehensive introduction brings together a detailed account of the artist's life with a complete catalog of his 871 paintings.
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L.S. Lowry Wall Calendar 2020 (Art Calendar)
In association with The Lowry, which houses over 400 of Lowry's works, this exceptional art calendar portrays a selection of 12 of his works. Informative text accompanies each work in this art calendar and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
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Marvelous Life: The Amazing Story of Stan Lee
A biography of Stan Lee, beloved comicbook writer and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics by Lee's handpicked regular interviewer and colleague for over three decades.
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Hare and the Moon: A Calendar of Paintings
A full colour country almanac by artist Catherine Hyde, follows the phases of the moon and a hare's journey throughout the year in a lyrical tribute to the natural world.
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Letters of Vincent Van Gogh
A selection of Vincent Van Gough's letters, based on an entirely fresh translation, revealing his religious struggles, his fascination with the French Revolution, his search for love and his involvement in humanitarian causes.
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Young Rembrandt: A Biography
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Wall and Piece
_______________Banksy. His work. Photographed. With comments by Banksy. In a book. This is that book. _______________
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Jamie Hewlett
From the legendary Tank Girl to live-action animations with Gorillaz, a Chinese contemporary opera to an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, artist Jamie Hewlett is one of the most energetic figures of contemporary pop culture.
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Edward Hopper Masterpieces of Art
Showcases all the best-loved work of this perennially popular portrayer of atmospheric modern life. Discover a fresh viewpoint on his life and work, before enjoying the beautiful reproductions of everything from Automat and Early Sunday Morning to the famous Nighthawks.
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So Much Longing in So Little Space: The art of Edvard Munch
In So Much Longing in So Little Space, Karl Ove Knausgaard explores the life and work of Edvard Munch. Setting out to understand the enduring power of Munch's painting, Knausgaard reflects on the essence of creativity, on choosing to be an artist, experiencing the world through art and its influence on his own writing.
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Art Oracles: Creative & Life Inspiration from the Great Artists
Be guided and inspired by the world's greatest artists with this creative set of oracle cards.
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Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light 2020 Mini Wall Calendar
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Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light 2020 Slim Calendar
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Abstract Art
The 20th century saw art go abstract. Where once clear certainties and indisputable forms prevailed, now anarchy seemed to reign supreme. Sensibilities diffused into strange new shapes, colors assumed new significance, lines abandoned literal meaning. Dive in and discover some of the most dynamic and progressive art of modernity.
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Rembrandt. The Self-Portraits
No other 17th-century artist played the self-portrait game as extravagantly as the Dutchman Rembrandt. Spanning from his youth until just a year prior to his death, this unprecedented collection gathers the entirety of Rembrandt's self-portraiture in impeccable reproductions. The works are an intimate glimpse into the artist's lifelong self-...
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Leonardo Da Vinci: The 100 Milestones
A leading Leonardo da Vinci scholar takes a fresh look at the master's work by exploring 100 key da Vinci milestones across his oeuvres of art, science, engineering, architecture, anatomy and more, in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of his death.
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Laura Knight
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Nobody
This is a book-length poem - a collage of water-stories, taken mostly from the Odyssey - about a minor character, abandoned on a stony island. We recognise other mythical characters - Helios, Icarus, Alcyone, Philoctetes, Calypso, Clytemnestra, Orpheus, Poseidon, Hermes - who drift in and out of the poem, surfacing briefly before disappearing.
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More than Words: A collection of paintings and reflections
Hannah Dunnett shares the story behind 24 of her pictures with meditations and reflections.
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Van Gogh: in 50 works
This new book presents all you need to know about Vincent Van Gogh's turbulent and prolific creative life, featuring fifty works from the world's leading art collections and museums.
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Schiele
Egon Schiele was just 28 years old when he died of Spanish influenza in 1918, but with the prolific portfolio he left behind, he continues to startle and influence. This monograph explores the artist's defiant, provocative, often pornographic style which shook Viennese high society and produced some of the most penetrating and haunting...
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Drawings of Rembrandt
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Magritte
Meet the Belgian Surrealist forever on the hunt for magic and mystery. This introduction to Magritte presents key works from the artist's vast repertoire of visual humor, paradox, and surprise which makes us look and look again, not only at the painting, but at our sense of self and the world.
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Hildegard von Bingen: A Journey into the Images
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Codex Seraphinianus XXXIII
"This edition of the Codex Seraphinianus, thirty-two years after the first edition published in 1981, has been enriched by yet another original preface by the author."--Colophon.
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Hopper
Struggling artist turned icon of the modern, urban experience, Edward Hopper is most famed for his haunting nocturnal diner scene Nighthawks. This book introduces his mastery of place, mood, and melancholy through vivid color juxtapositions; stark, theatrical lighting; as well as harshly contoured figures, at once part of, and alien to, their...
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Orson Welles Portfolio
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Basquiat
From the streets of New York to the walls of its most prominent galleries, follow the short, prolific, and politicized career of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a cult figure of artistic social commentary. This introduction explores how the young trailblazer drew from inspirations as varied as Greek, Roman, and African art, along with French poetry and...
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Fairyland Mini Wall calendar 2020 (Art Calendar)
Step into a world of dancing fairies, moonlit meadows and enchanted forests with this lovely mini wall calendar, featuring 12 beloved artworks by Jean & Ron Henry. Poetry extracts accompany each image and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
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Gustav Klimt. Complete Paintings
Fall under the spell of Gustav Klimt. The complete catalogue of his paintings, including new photographs of the Stoclet Frieze, this book follows the Viennese master through his prominent role in the Secessionist movement, his candid rendering of the female body, and the lustrous "golden phase" behind such shimmering works as The Kiss and...
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Vermeer. The Complete Works
Discover one of the most admired artists in history: Johannes Vermeer. Complete with crisp reproductions, details, and insightful essays, this monograph spans his entire repertoire, illuminating the artist's outstanding ability not only to bear witness to the spirit of the Dutch Golden Age, but also to encapsulate an entire story in just one...
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Peter Kennard: Visual Dissent
50 years of hard-hitting protest art from Britain's foremost political artist
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Bruegel: The Complete Graphic Works
The complete graphic work of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, published in one luxurious edition.
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Monet
Explore the incomparable reach of the most beloved of impressionist masters, Claude Monet. Working en plein air, Monet's dappled renderings of the reality taking place "between the motif and the artist" emphasized the ephemeral moment and with it became eternal markers of burgeoning modernism.
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Rothko
Shimmering, pulsating color masses characterize the Abstract Expressionist masterpieces of Mark Rothko. Like no other artist in his generation, Rothko developed his own stylistic vocabulary, creating ceiling-high canvases that were to be experienced as much as seen, submerging viewers in the drama, intimacy, and tragedy of the human condition.