“Through a parallel exploration of their life and careers, presenting their work in direct juxtaposition, Manet/Degas reveals the commonalities and divergences among their artistic
“Latin American Artists: From 1785 is an inviting tome that beckons a look through and delivers a one-two punch of sensational imagery.”
“In addition to recognizing the profound beauty of van Gogh’s work, Lloyd’s book fosters an appreciation for the artist’s authentic expression, and a sense of awe regarding the ferocity of
“a snarky, slapstick, clever buddy comedy in printed form where each riffs off the other’s talents, making Hell a hell of a lot of fun.”
Amber Creswell Bell is back with a project similar in design to her previous book Still Life (2021).
“a man who shared his creativity with the world and modeled how to live an authentic life in full view, placing importance on nurturing curiosity, and forever focusing on seeing the beauty
“may actually be the best book of his work, celebrating a commercial artist having fun with his assignments before entering the stage in his career that made him one of the great designers
Johannes Vermeer (1632–1675) has come to represent the Golden Age of Dutch painting and yet only 37 of his paintings remain.
“The Artist’s Mind is written for understanding, and the accessible narrative flows easily. This is a must-read prior to any art gallery visit.”
“While the book does recount Picasso’s life, it is also a work of art history that provides fascinating insights about Picasso’s art and how it was shaped by his experiences as a ‘foreigner
Oh, for the days when the title “Working Girl” referred to the feel-good movie with Melanie Griffith.
“Art & Crime goes beyond just bringing ‘into focus just how far apart are theory and reality in the art world’ by outlining the scope and types of fraud and theft but also prov
“Like the Dadaist project upon which its members originally drew, Black Mask proposed the complete ruination of bourgeois culture.”
What could iconic names as varied as The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Merry Adventures of Robinhood, Curious George, and The Inve
“Intriguing variety, sharp storytelling, and spectacular images all combine to keep the pages of this emporium turning.”
“the reader is immersed into the story of art.”
As part of Prestel’s Masters of Art series, Chagall offers an introductory foundation to the life and works of Russian painter Marc Chagall (1887–1985).
“The print quality equals that of the best fine art books. Paleontology enthusiasts, and perhaps even Audubon aficionados, will not be disappointed.”
This book appears just as reports emerge that Russian forces have looted museums in five Ukrainian towns under their control.
“Perhaps more than a collection of critical essays, Art is Life is a love story. . . .
Caleb Kenna is a freelance photographer and certified drone pilot who lives in Middlebury, Vermont.
“a rich resource . . . a brilliant and much-needed book.”
“The Art of Whittling: A Woodcarver’s Guide to Making Things by Hand is a strong working guide for a beginning woodworker.”
“an important analysis and catalogue of a genius at work with a smirk on his never-seen face. The aggregate of his art is Banksy’s validation and legacy.
Ah, Raphael. The Raphael. The one and only Raphael who formed part of the famous trinity of High Renaissance polymath artists along with Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.