For fans of the Old Masters, one highlight among our new titles is Vermeer in Detail, an intimate look at the incredible paintings of the Dutch master. Eighteenth Century Women Artists has also been added to our digital title list, and is a must-read for those curious about the evolving role of the female artist during the dynamic epoch.
Connoisseurs of modern art will enjoy Degas: A Strange New Beauty, an innovative new publication that looks to the artist's little-studied interest in monotype. For those interested in the art of our time, the compelling Frank Auerbach: Speaking and Painting offers a personal portrait of the artist through the interviews and musings of one of his former sitters.
Not to leave out our design-inclined readers, this autumn catalogue also showcases Frank Lloyd Wright: Unpacking the Archive, the exceptional exhibition catalogue designed to accompany the current exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Revealing elements of Wright's career long sequestered in the museum's archives, this book reinvigorates the contemplation of a true modern master. For the cutting edge consumer, Unmade Up features an intimate portrait of the late David Bowie as offered by artist associate Edward Bell. Also available soon is Training Days, an elegiac review of subway and street graffiti art since the 1970s.
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