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In this extract of 'Lartigue: The Boy and the Belle Époque' author Louise Baring tells the story of how Jacques Henri Lartigue captured the spirit of seaside resorts in early 20th-century France.

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These brews from ‘Plants for the People’ are a natural wellbeing boost.

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What better time than now to take pleasure in your home, and to find fresh joy in familiar spaces? ‘Making Living Lovely’ authors Russell Whitehead and Jordan Cluroe offer simple tips to brighten your home in minutes.

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Dive into our top books on art, crafts and hobbies and learn a new skill during your time at home. Discover painting, drawing, calligraphy, map-making, patchwork, fashion and more.

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Vibrant, urgent, defiant: the photographs in ‘Africa State of Mind’ comprise an important and dazzling riposte to Western representations of Africa. We spoke to author Ekow Eshun about what it means to be African today.

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The acclaimed artist and Turner Prize nominee, known for his work 'Wall of Light Desert Night', reflects on the impact of our iconic World of Art series.

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The authors of ‘Central and Eastern European Art Since 1950’ highlight the important work of Oto Hudec, a Slovakian multi-media artist who explores climate migration and the frightening effects of globalization on the environment.

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Over the last three decades of his life, Claude Monet devoted himself to water lilies. The results are among the most famous works of the 20th century, hailed by the likes of Masson and Rothko. But what makes these paintings such a triumph?

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We're excited to introduce our new visual identity to coincide with the relaunch of our long-standing World of Art series.

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This extract from Christopher Neve’s 'Unquiet Landscape' examines Paul Nash’s gift for capturing haunting feelings on canvas.

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