Ten British Art paperbacks from Lund Humphries

If you’re interested in British Art, it’s well worth looking at the books published by our sister imprint Lund Humphries. Here’s a list of ten books available in paperback – and there’s a special 20% discount available on our website until the end of July!

Peter Blake

1. Peter Blake by Marco Livingstone

‘The fruit of more than a quarter-of-a-century’s thought about Blake’s art and intentions, it reads with a graceful authority … .’ (The Art Newspaper).

2. London Transport Posters: A Century of Art and Design edited by David Bownes and Oliver Green

‘The book is wonderfully informative and easy to read. As is proper, it is handsomely designed. In short it is “fit for purpose and pleasant to use”. Frank Pick would have approved’ (Print Quarterly)

3. Leonora Carrington by Susan L. Aberth

‘… full of stunning colour reproductions of Carrington’s visionary art … A beautiful book’ (The Sunday Telegraph)

4. Terry Frost by David Lewis et al

‘a beautifully illustrated biography’ (The Times)

The England of Eric Ravilious

5. The England of Eric Ravilious by Freda Constable

‘This beautiful book captures the legacy of Eric Ravilious’ (Albion Magazine)

6. The St Ives Artists: A Biography of Place and Time by Michael Bird

‘A fascinating and highly readable account of St Ives and its artists’ (Cornwall Life)

7. Celebrating Moore: Works from the Collection of The Henry Moore Foundation edited by David Mitchinson

‘Outstanding title! A delightful and important book, eminently accessible to all levels of readers’ (Choice)

8. Patrick Caulfield: Paintings by Marco Livingstone

‘… this fine book, with its excellent illustrations, will help us to apply our minds as well as our eyes, and join in celebrating an outstanding artist’ (Modern Painters)

9. Henry Moore Textiles by Anita Feldman

‘This book is a revelation’ (American Craft Magazine)

10. Ben Nicholson: Drawings and Painted Reliefs by Peter Khoroche

‘I can think of nowhere else that a reader can gain a more thorough appreciation of the reliefs than in this book….’ (Burlington Magazine)

More information about the special 20% discount on British Art paperbacks

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