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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...

September 27, 2022, Hardcover, $45.00

Selected Poems of Edna St. Vincent Millay

An Annotated Edition

Edna St. Vincent Millay; Edited by Timothy F. Jackson; With an Introduction by Holly Peppe

This beautifully produced first annotated edition of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s oeuvre re-presents the work of the Jazz Age’s most famous poet More than sixty years after her death, the Pulitzer Prize...

October 18, 2022, Paper, $18.00

Beethoven

The Nine Symphonies that Changed Music

David Benjamin Levy

Beethoven’s symphonies loom large in the public imagination. The nine symphonies, including the Fifth, the Pastoral and the Choral are key to understanding Beethoven’s life and work – and are each regarded masterpieces in...

October 25, 2022, Hardcover, $30.00

Cubism and the Trompe l'Oeil Tradition

Emily Braun and Elizabeth Cowling; With contributions by Claire Le Thomas and Rachel Mustalish

Delightfully original, this book establishes Cubism’s intrinsic connection to the traditional art of pictorial illusion The age-old artistic tradition of illusionistic realism known as trompe l’oeil (...

October 25, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

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...

October 25, 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

Vittore Carpaccio

Master Storyteller of Renaissance Venice

Peter Humfrey; With contributions by Andrea Bellieni, Linda Borean, Joanna Dunn, Deborah Howard, Sara Menato, Susannah Rutherglen, and Catherine Whistler

An authoritative and comprehensive celebration of the life and work of one of the most prominent artists of the Venetian Renaissance Meticulously researched and luxuriously illustrated, this volume offers a...

November 8, 2022, Hardcover, $60.00

Adventurers

The Improbable Rise of the East India Company: 1550-1650

David Howarth

The East India Company was the most powerful commercial enterprise in British history. Yet its speculative, highly risky origins are now all but forgotten. A revolution in commerce during the Tudor period led to a bold search...

November 29, 2022, Hardcover, $35.00

National Gallery Technical Bulletin

Volume 42

Marika Spring; With contributions by Rachel Billinge, Bart Cornelis, Catherine Higgitt, Helen Howard, Larry Keith, Britta New, David Peggie and Jacob Simon

The latest in this annual record of research carried out at the National Gallery, London, draws on the combined expertise of scientists, conservators and curators. The gallery’s three paintings by Jan van Eyck (active 1422;...

January 10, 2023, Paper, $70.00

The Economic Consequences of the Pandemic

John Quiggin

From the author of Zombie Economics, a plan for creating a postpandemic economy that is more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable than the one preceding it The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the global...

April 25, 2023, Hardcover, $25.00

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