Prophet, poet, painter, engraver, William Blake (1757–1827) was an artist of uniquely powerful imagination and far-reaching creative gifts.
This book follows ten cases in the dark side of the global art market – next to drugs and arms, the most smuggled commodity in the world.
Leading Van Gogh specialist Martin Bailey superbly brings Van Gogh’s 444-day sojourn to life.
Examining one of the most influential British designers and the country’s first independent industrial designer, whose timeless work still looks modern more than a century later.
An inspirational travel guide for anyone interested in art, including hundreds of experiences from around the world, from festivals, installations and art trails to art islands, monuments and sculpture parks.
The Alchemy Experiment’s compilation of the shared experience of lockdown through the eyes of poets, photographers, painters, illustrators and graphic artists.
Drawing on his experience at the helm of three major British art institutions the author traces art museums around the world past present and future.
Published on the occasion of a major retrospective at The Hepworth Wakefield, this biography offers new insights into Hepworth’s life and work.
A companion to her first major European retrospective exhibition, this comprehensive overview of the Japanese artist’s work covers 80 years.
Marcel Duchamp threw a hand grenade into the early 20th century art world with his view of art as concept rather than product.
This beautifully illustrated volume delves into the life of one of Britain’s most prolilic and best known artists of the early 20th century.
Covering three centuries of intricate Viking art styles, from the first major overseas expeditions around 800 AD.
A fascinating look at the history of illusionistic art, revealing a wide-ranging of techniques designed to fool the viewer.
An exploration of the ways in which artists and image-makers have employed floral motifs throughout history.
Drawn from the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, over 300 beautifully illustrated examples illustrate the enduring impact and appeal of the poster.
A lively introduction to the history of international contemporary art from 1960 to the present, examining how artists began to abandon traditional art forms to make work which questioned art’s very definition.
A global photographic tour of 250 extraordinary interiors of the ‘inner sanctums’ of people in the spheres of art, architecture, design, fashion, literature, music, film and theatre.
A monograph of the incomparable Dutch master compiles all 330 of Rembrandt’s paintings in beautiful, high resolution reproductions.
An updated catalogue raisonné of Bridget Riley’s graphic work in a larger, revised format explores her development as a printmaker through over 100 prints made since 1962.
An art dictionary like no other, break down the elitist world of ‘artspeak’ with simple definitions of over 300 important art terms.
Lyon & Turnbull is hosting the launch of Lachlan Goudie’s new book, The Story of Scottish Art. In an online interview with Kirsty Wark, Lachlan will discuss his exploration of the 5,000 years of Scottish creativity covered by the book.
Edited by Emma Bennett, The Edinburgh Art Book showcases one of the world’s most beautiful cities in a unique collection of images by over fifty contemporary artists.
A behind-closed-doors look into the everyday work of a number of celebrated contemporary artists, uncovering the mystery around their studios and creative processes.
Including many stellar names, a fully-illustrated look at the lives and works of dozens of women sculptors from the 1880s to the present, many of whom have pushed the boundaries of the genre far beyond their male counterparts.