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The Tudors

Art and Majesty in Renaissance England

Elizabeth Cleland and Adam Eaker; With contributions by Marjorie E. Wieseman and Sarah Bochicchio

Ruling successively from 1485 through 1603, the five Tudor monarchs brought changes to England that reverberated throughout Europe.  This book provides a rare, comprehensive look at how Tudor artistic patronage legitimized...

November 15, 2022, Hardcover, $65.00

Van Gogh in America

Edited by Jill Shaw; With essays by Rachel Esner, Joost van der Hoeven, Julia Krikke, Jill Shaw, Susan Alyson Stein, Chris Stolwijk, and Roelie Zwikker, and a chronology by Dorota Chudzicka

A fascinating exploration of the introduction of Vincent van Gogh’s work to the United States Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) is one of the most iconic artists in the world, and how he became a household name...

November 1, 2022, Hardcover, $49.95

Through Vincent's Eyes

Van Gogh and His Sources

Edited by Eik Kahng; With essays by Todd Cronan, Rebecca Rainof Mas, Sjraar van Heugten, and Marnin Young, and catalogue entries by Ann Dumas, David Francois Misteli, and Rachel Skokowski

Vincent van Gogh’s (1853–1890) idiosyncratic style grew out of a deep admiration for and connection to the 19th-century art world. This fresh look at Van Gogh’s influences explores the artist’s relationship to the Barbizon...

November 30, 2021, Hardcover, $60.00

Treasures of the Detroit Institute of Arts

Salvador Salort Pons, Jeffrey Abt, and Debra N. Mancoff

A testament to the Detroit Institute of Arts’ rich and diverse collection, this impressive catalogue brings together a selection of the museum’s masterworks in American, European, African, Asian, Native American, Oceanic,...

October 26, 2021, Hardcover, $100.00

Collecting Inspiration

Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co.

Edited by Medill Higgins Harvey

The first publication to examine the pioneering designer and prolific collector who led Tiffany & Co. to creative and commercial success Edward C. Moore (1827–1891) was the creative leader who brought...

July 13, 2021, Hardcover, $65.00

The House of Fragile Things

A History of Jewish Art Collectors in France, 1870-1945

James McAuley

In the dramatic years between 1870 and the end of World War II, a number of prominent French Jews—pillars of an embattled community—invested their fortunes in France’s cultural artifacts, sacrificed their sons to the country...

July 13, 2021, Hardcover, $30.00

Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne

Nature Transformed

Kathleen M. Morris

A beautifully illustrated, concise critical analysis of the art, careers, and reception of the husband-wife team of artists known as Les Lalanne François-Xavier (1927–2008) and Claude (1925–2019) Lalanne...

July 6, 2021, PB-with Jacket, $30.00

Condemned

The Transported Men, Women and Children Who Built Britain's Empire

Graham Seal

In the early seventeenth century, Britain took ruthless steps to deal with its unwanted citizens, forcibly removing men, women, and children from their homelands and sending them to far-flung corners of the empire to be sold...

May 18, 2021, Hardcover, $30.00

Raphael

David Ekserdjian and Tom Henry

Among the great figures of the Italian Renaissance, Raphael (1483–1520)  is unarguably the artist who has been most widely and consistently admired across the centuries. He had an extraordinary and perhaps unrivaled capacity...

May 4, 2021, Hardcover, $50.00

Conversations with God—Copernicus by Jan Matejko

Owen Gingerich, Christopher Riopelle, and Andrzej Szczerski

Largely unknown outside his homeland, Jan Matejko (1838–1893) is widely regarded as the national painter of Poland, where he is revered for his huge, teeming, minutely detailed depictions of key moments in the nation’s...

May 4, 2021, PB-Flexibound, $30.00

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