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Picasso Ingres

Face to Face

Christopher Riopelle, Susan Siegfried and Emily Talbot

An exploration of the fascinating parallels and differences between Picasso’s Woman with a Book and Ingres’s Madame Moitessier This publication examines, in detail, two extraordinary...

July 12, 2022, PB-with Flaps, $20.00

Perceptual Drift

Black Art and an Ethics of Looking

Key Jo Lee; With contributions by Christina Sharpe, Robin Coste Lewis, and Erica Moiah James

A powerful reframing of the study of Black art and the historical and contemporary status of Black livesPerceptual Drift offers a new interpretive model drawing on four key works of Black art in the Cleveland...

June 28, 2022, Hardcover, $45.00

Survey of London: Whitechapel

Volumes 54 and 55

Peter Guillery

The Survey of London returns to the East End to chronicle Whitechapel, shedding new light on this widely misunderstood district In these volumes, the Survey of London returns to the East End to chronicle Whitechapel...

July 5, 2022, Hardcover, 2 Volumes, $200.00

English Garden Eccentrics

Three Hundred Years of Extraordinary Groves, Burrowings, Mountains and Menageries

Todd Longstaffe-Gowan

A highly original examination of a series of unique gardens made by English eccentrics from the seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries In his new book, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan looks at a series of unique gardens...

May 3, 2022, Hardcover, $40.00

The Radical Vision of Edward Burne-Jones

Andrea Wolk Rager

A bold reassessment of nineteenth-century British painter and decorative artist Edward Burne-Jones, elucidating his fundamentally radical defiance of the Victorian age Challenging the dominant characterization of...

June 7, 2022, Hardcover, $55.00

Grafted Arts

Art Making and Taking in the Struggle for Western India, 1760-1820

Holly Shaffer

Conceptualizes “graft”— the violent and creative processes of suturing arts as a method of empire building in western eighteenth-century IndiaGrafted Arts focuses on Maratha military rulers and British East...

June 7, 2022, Hardcover, $55.00

A Revolution on Canvas

The Rise of Women Artists in Britain and France, 1760-1830

Paris A. Spies-Gans

The first collective, critical historical study of women artists in Britain and France during the Revolutionary eraA Revolution on Canvas argues that women artists professionalized in unprecedented numbers...

July 5, 2022, Hardcover, $55.00

Fictions of Emancipation

Carpeaux's Why Born Enslaved! Reconsidered

Edited by Elyse Nelson and Wendy S. Walters

A critical reexamination of Carpeaux’s bust Why Born Enslaved! and other nineteenth-century antislavery images—this book interrogates the treatment of the Black figure as a malleable political symbol and locus of exoticized...

March 29, 2022, PB-with Flaps, $25.00

Winslow Homer

Crosscurrents

Stephanie L. Herdrich and Sylvia Yount; With contributions by Daniel Immerwahr, Christopher Riopelle, and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw

This timely study of Winslow Homer highlights his imagery of the Atlantic world and reveals themes of racial, political, and natural conflict across his career Long celebrated as the quintessential New England...

April 26, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

Signs

Photographs by Jim Dow

With essays by Jim Dow and April M. Watson

Vivid, clear-sighted images of American vernacular signage and architecture encountered along old US highways showcase the early black-and-white work of the acclaimed photographer Jim Dow The American photographer...

May 24, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

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