The extraordinary life of J. M. W Turner, one of Britain's most admired, misunderstood and celebrated artists J. M. W. Turner is Britain's most famous landscape painter. Yet beyond his artis... read more
Two authorities on popular culture reveal the ways in which art can enhance mood and enrich lives - now available in paperback This passionate, thought-provoking, often funny, and always-accessible book proposes a new way of looking... read more
'Most of us have no idea of our real creative height. We are much more gifted than we know. My tools help to nurture those gifts.' The Artist's Way movement began more than two decades ago and has now helped millions of ... read more
Half the Sky is the first major book on contemporary women artists in China. Half the Sky is written by Luise Guest, Director of Education and Research at White Rabbit Gallery, home of one of the wo... read more
Tim Maguire is a rare contemporary artist who paints images of overwhelming beauty. Tim Maguire's paintings are extraordinary and the reproductions here are exquisite and the writing engaging.
A celebration of the timeless act of reading - as seen through the lens of one of the world's most beloved photographers Young or old, rich or ... read more
Reg Mombassa: Landscapes is a stunning retrospective of one of Australia's most beloved and celebrated artists. Reg Mombassa's work has been a part of the fabric of Australia's pop culture for nearly 40 years with his irrev... read more
Michelangelo is considered one of the greatest poets of the sixteenth century. He also filled hundreds of sheets of paper with exquisite drawings, many of which went on to become some... read more
Published to mark William Robinson's 75th birthday and presents all his key works.
The first major text devoted to Del Kathryn Barton's work offers a portrait of a rich and multi-dimensional life informed by a deeply ingrained sense of an abundant natural realm. Barton's work is celebrated for its frank sexual assertiveness and for her imagined landscapes inhabited by myriad humans and their animal familiars.
With Portraits, world-renowned art writer John Berger took us on a captivating journey through centuries of art, situating each artist in the proper political and historical contexts. In Landscapes, a narrative of Berge... read more
In this remarkable book, a record of a decade of private conversations with art critic Martin Gayford, David Hockney reveals via reflection, anecdote, passion and humour the fruits of his lifelong medi... read more
Magician with a camera: A master of modern fashion and portrait photography The mere mention of Mario Testino s name evokes a rush of adrenalin in anyone that cares, even a bit, about the worlds of fashion and celebrity. S... read more
Dusk features some of the most masculine, perfectly and naturally built, handsome and sensual naked men within a stunning array of hauntingly beautiful and raw outback settings.
Sam Wagstaff, the legendary curator, collector, and patron of the arts, emerges as a cultural visionary in this groundbreaking biography. Even today remembered primarily as the mentor and lover of Rob... read more
The Russian Avant-Garde, which brought about an artistic revolution between 1905 and 1934, represents one of the most fascinating chapters in the history of 20th-century art. Artists like Malevich, Kandins... read more
Like its predecessors, "Once Upon a Time" and "A Place in the Sun", "Poolside with Slim Aarons" offers images of jet-setters and the wealthy, of beautiful, glittering people living the glamorous life. Yet this new collectio... read more
Diane Arbus was one of the greatest photographers of the last century. Her portraiture of freaks, circus performers, twins, nudists and others on the social margins connected with a wide public at a deep psychological level. Her suici... read more
In the 1990s Betty Churcher drew her way around the galleries of the world as she arranged artwork loans for blockbuster exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia. In 2014 she discovered a sketchbook she had forgotten ... read more
Imagine a New York devoid of people, its empty streets, bridges, and waterways as silent and magnificent as an Anselm Adams landscape. This is the New York that Christopher Thomas reveals in duotone photographs that are at once hau... read more