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Winslow Homer

Crosscurrents

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

Long celebrated as the quintessential New England regionalist, Winslow Homer (1836–1910) in fact brushed a much wider canvas, traveling throughout the Atlantic world and frequently engaging in his art with issues of race, imperialism,...

April 26, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

Matisse and the Joy of Drawing

Christopher Lloyd

An internationally recognized expert in the European tradition of draughtsmanship, Christopher Lloyd offers rare insights about the technical qualities of Matisse’s drawings. This book traces the evolution of Matisse’s large and...

April 26, 2022, Hardcover, $45.00

The Object of Jewish Literature

A Material History

Barbara E. Mann

With the rise of digital media, the "death of the book” has been widely discussed. But the physical object of the book persists. Here, through the lens of materiality and objects, Barbara E. Mann tells a history of modern Jewish...

May 3, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

Martine Syms: Neural Swamp

The Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media

Edited by Irene Calderoni and Amanda Sroka; With an essay by Christina Sharpe

New commissioned work by an important American contemporary artist using a multidisciplinary approach to examine issues of race and identity Produced for the Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media by the...

May 3, 2022, PB-with Flaps, $25.00

Alain Locke and the Visual Arts

Kobena Mercer

Critic and theorist Alain Locke (1885–1954) was a foundational figure of the Harlem Renaissance who argued that changing self-perceptions among Black artists and writers would alter America’s view of itself as a whole. Offering a new...

May 3, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00

English Garden Eccentrics

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

Todd Longstaffe-Gowan

In his new book, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan looks at a series of unique gardens made by English eccentrics in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Their unusual creators—from the superstitious antiquary William Stukeley (d.1765), to...

May 3, 2022, Hardcover, $40.00

Louise Bourgeois

Paintings

Clare Davies and Briony Fer

Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) is celebrated today for her sculptures. Less known—and the focus of this publication—is the body of paintings produced by the artist between her arrival in New York in 1938 and her turn to three...

May 3, 2022, HC - Paper over Board, $45.00

Thomas Jefferson

A Biography of Spirit and Flesh

Thomas S. Kidd

Thomas Jefferson was arguably the most brilliant and inspiring political writer in American history. But the ethical realities of his personal life and political career did not live up to his soaring rhetoric. Indeed, three tensions...

May 10, 2022, Hardcover, $30.00

Humour

Terry Eagleton

A compelling guide to the fundamental place of humour and comedy within Western culture—by one of its greatest exponents Written by an acknowledged master of comedy, this study reflects on the nature of...

May 10, 2022, Paper, $15.00

The Women Who Saved the English Countryside

Matthew Kelly

In Britain today, a mosaic of regulations protects the natural environment and guarantees public access to green spaces. But this was not always so. Over the last 150 years, activists have campaigned tirelessly for the right to roam...

May 10, 2022, Hardcover, $35.00

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