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Seven Keys to Modern Art

Simon Morley
£19.95

The Life of Leonardo da Vinci

Giorgio Vasari, Martin Kemp, Lucy Russell
£10.00

A New Way of Seeing

Kelly Grovier
£29.95

Agnes Martin

Nancy Princenthal
£18.95

Bruegel

Manfred Sellink, Ron Spronk, Sabine Pénot, Elke Oberthaler Out of stock

Art: The Whole Story

Stephen Farthing, Richard Cork
£19.95

The Islamic World (British Museum)

Ladan Akbarnia, Venetia Porter, Fahmida Suleman, William Greenwood, Zeina Klink-Hoppe, Amandine Mérat
£29.95

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Join Rachel Moss, historian and author of 'The Book of Durrow', for a talk about the oldest fully decorated gospel to survive from post-Roman Britain.

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Join Amy Dempsey, historian and author of 'Modern Art', for a talk on the movements that help us understand modern art at Tate Modern.

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Celebrated writer and author of 'Forms of Enchantment' Marina Warner will be at Dulwich Picture Gallery to discuss the power that symbols and stories have within today's culture.

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Join Lee Cheshire, author of 'Key Moments in Art', for a talk at Tate Modern about 50 pivotal moments in art history, from the Renaissance to the present day.

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Author, artist and art historian Simon Morley talks about his new book, 'Seven Keys to Modern Art', in which he examines 20 well- known but little-understood works of art.

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Kelly Grovier reveals what Botticelli’s Venus has in common with hurricanes and galaxies.

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Happy New Year! We hope 2019 brings you much joy, fulfillment, and inspiration. To help you on your way, we’ve compiled ten of our best new books to see you into the new year – and beyond.

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We take an interactive, in-depth look at one of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's stunning paintings, 'Hunters in the Snow'.

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Celebrated writer and author of 'Forms of Enchantment' Dame Marina Warner will be at Folkestone Literature Festival to discuss art writing and the visual culture of today's world.

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We spoke to the author of 'Josef Albers: Life and Work', writer and art critic Charles Darwent, about the Bauhaus power couple, Josef and Anni Albers, and why Josef Albers would have hated his book.

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