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Stardust and Shadows: Canadians in Early Hollywood

by Charles Foster

A Hollywood insider brings together the stories of 18 Canadians who were celebrities during Hollywoods formative years.


René Angelil: The Making of Céline Dion: The Unauthorized Biography

by Jean Beaunoyer & Jean Beaulne

New details of Angélil's life are revealed in this unauthorized biography of the man who orchestrated the incredible success of Céline Dion.


Let's Go to The Grand!: 100 Years of Entertainment at London's Grand Theatre

by Sheila M.F. Johnston

This lavishly illustrated book lovingly documents 100 years in the life of the Grand Theatre of London, Ontario, which opened in 1901.


McCully's New Brunswick: Photographs From the Air, 1931-1939

by Dan Soucoup

A collection of aerial photographs that offer rare glimpses of the Maritimes in the Depression era.


The Canadian Home: From Cave to Electronic Cocoon

by Marc Denhez

This book details how housing developed in Canada and includes revealing Canadian Home Builders Association records.


There Was A Piper, A Scottish Piper: Memoirs of Pipe Major John T. MacKenzie

by John T. MacKenzie

The memoirs of John T. MacKenzie reveal a remarkable military man and an authority on highland piping with a commitment to tradition and excellence.


Tripping the World Fantastic: A Journey Through the Music of Our Planet

by Glenn Dixon

Every culture on Earth has music. Every culture that's ever existed has had it - but we don't exactly know why. Music is not like food, shelter, or having opposable thumbs. We don't need it to live and yet we...


James Wilson Morrice: Painter of Light and Shadow

by Wayne Larsen

Larsen chronicles the troubled life of painter James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924) as he searches for the colours and compositions that would inspire a revolution in Canadian art.


Unbuilt Calgary: A History of the City That Might Have Been

by Stephanie White

Unbuilt Calgary is a survey of projects proposed but not built that were situated at critical times in Calgary's development; projects that indicate the city's ambitions through its first 100 years. It looks...


There's Music In These Walls: A History of the Royal Conservatory of Music

by Ezra Schabas

An unvarnished account of the Conservatory's leaders, its successes and failures, and its passions since its founding in 1886.


Jan Rubes: A Man of Many Talents

by Ezra Schabas

Jan Rubes, a leading performer and director, emigrated from Czechoslovakia in 1949 and became an important part of the history of the performing arts in Canada.


Storyteller Guitar

by Doug Larson

Every object around us contains the history of all the people and places that brought it here. But rarely is that history explored. In this book, instead of breaking an object apart to reveal those stories,...


Virgin Portraits

by Klaus Carl

During the Renaissance, Italian painters would traditionally depict the wives of their patrons as Madonnas, often rendering them more beautiful than they actually were. Over centuries in religious paintings,...


Van Gogh

by Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh’s life and work are so intertwined that it is hardly possible to observe one without thinking of the other. Van Gogh has indeed become the incarnation of the suffering, misunderstood martyr...


Turner

by Eric Shanes

At fifteen, Turner was already exhibiting View of Lambeth. He soon acquired the reputation of an immensely clever watercolourist. A disciple of Girtin and Cozens, he showed in his choice and presentation of...


Still Life

by Victoria Charles

Cézanne transformed a teacup into something alive, raising still-life to the point that it ceased to be inanimate. Wassily Kandinsky said about the French artist: “He painted these things as human beings...


Shoes

by Klaus Carl

Mega Square Shoes focuses on the history of the shoe and elevates the shoe to the rank of a work of art. The author is a leading expert on the subject and curator of France‘s Shoe Museum, which holds the greatest...


Sculpture

by Victoria Charles

Mega Square Sculpture spans over 23,000 years and over 120 examples of the most beautiful sculptures in the world: from prehistoric art and Egyptian statues to the works of Michelangelo, Henry Moore and Niki...


Schiele

by Jeanette Zwingenberger, Esther Selsdon & Ashley Bassie

Egon Schiele’s work is so distinctive that it resists categorisation. Admitted to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts at just sixteen, he was an extraordinarily precocious artist, whose consummate skill in the...


Sargent

by Donald Wigal

Sargent was born in Florence, in 1856, the son of cultivated parents. When Sargent entered the school of Carolus-Duran he attained much more than the average pupils. His father was a retired Massachusetts gentleman,...