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Sotheby's art expert exposes five centuries of history, scandals, big wins and horrifying losses in the international art world.
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A ground-breaking exploration of how architecture affects our health from one of Britain's finest writers.
Guidance and wisdom for young artists, from award-winning artist and writer Kent Nerburn.
The brand new collection from the Turner Prize-nominated king of odd, David Shrigley.
The lost traditions of medieval crafts, from weaving to bee-keeping, thatching to basket-making, from the popular TV historian.
Introduction by Dominic Sandbrook and contributions by Zanny Minton-Beddoes
A postcard collection celebrating 175 years of iconic covers from The Economist.
From the author of The Mistress of Paris, a lavish portrait of a remarkable woman: in the 1880s, Suzanne Valadon was considered the Impressionists’ most beautiful model. But behind her captivating facade lay a closely-guarded secret.
A lively account of the architecture and construction of Oxford's grandest college over the last 500 years
Jane Jacobs, edited by Samuel Zipp and Nathan Storring, preface by Will Self
From the internationally renowned author of the modern classic The Death and Life of Great American Cities.
The definitive history of one of Italy's leading companies.