An in-depth study of 20th century pewter, which combines key international manufacturers and designers in one book.
This is Simon Drew´s twenty-first book, thus establishing him in the same league as Jane Austen. Once again, Simon treats his public to word games, puzzles, and all-round nonsense.
Botanical Illustration from the Royal Horticultural Society: The Gold Medal Winners
A book which captures the youth, the times and the spirit of The Rolling Stones´ formative early years from 1963-65. With photos by Terry O´Neill and Gered Mankowitz, as well as original articles from newspapers of the time.
The best-selling guide to British antique furniture for over forty years, now in its sixth edition.
Lists some 41000 artists including many minor artists of the late Victorian era and the early twentieth century who exhibited at forty-nine main centres both public and private.
Traces the complete history of chocolate; includes recipes, nutritional information and health benefits.
Derby Porcelain 1748-1848, An Illustrated Guide, is certain to supercede the author´s earlier Derby Porcelain as the standard reference book on the subject. It contains much new information and hitherto unpublished illustrations. This is a comprehensive...
Alexander Mikhailovich Rodchenko (1891-1953) was a central figure in the Russian Constructivist art movement; a radical activist, a pioneer of photomontage, a theorist, and a teacher. Part of the ´´Design´´ series, this title offers an introduction...
Edward Bawden´s (1903-1989) artistic career spanned more than sixty years. During this time he was extraordinarily prolific and produced a considerable body of work, including book illustrations, advertising posters, murals, fine paintings, tapestries,...