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Seven Keys to Modern Art

Simon Morley
£19.95

A New Way of Seeing

Kelly Grovier
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Agnes Martin

Nancy Princenthal
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The Word is Art

Michael Petry
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Heaven on Earth

T. J. Clark
£24.95

Art: The Whole Story

Stephen Farthing, Richard Cork
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Forms of Enchantment

Marina Warner
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Books Do Furnish a Painting

Jamie Camplin, Maria Ranauro
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Pop Art (Art Essentials)

Flavia Frigeri
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Editorial

Take a look at the exciting new sculptures from '100 Sculptors of Tomorrow', the book that celebrates and sculpture and opens the definition of the medium.

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Kurt Beers, founder and director of BEERS London gallery, discusses his new book '100 Sculptors of Tomorrow' that celebrates and sculpture and opens up the definition of the medium.

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Join Ossian Ward as he shares a new approach to help illuminate the Old Masters in all their dynamism and beauty.

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Discover how imagination and fairytales can bring art and literature together with Marina Warner, author of 'Forms of Enchantment', at Golden Hare Books.

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Discover how imagination can bring art and literature together with Marina Warner, author of 'Forms of Enchantment', at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Discuss the unifying effect of words upon a world that is split by its differences with a panel of writers including Marina Warner, author of 'Forms of Enchantment', at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Develop a fresh view on old art with Kelly Grovier, author of 'A New Way of Seeing'.

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Join Martin Gayford, author of 'Modernists & Mavericks', for a discussion on various post-war London painters at Bangor University.

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What is it about the particularities of painting that has allowed artists to explore, with a surprising degree of freedom, the vexed relations between the mundane and the celestial?

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Ossian Ward, art critic and author, will be offering new ways to looking at and breaking down the art of the Old Masters so that it can be understood from the viewpoint of a contemporary observer, not necessarily steeped in academic theory.

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