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Ancient and High Crosses of Cornwall

by Ann Preston Jones, Andrew Langdon & Elisabeth Okasha

An illustrated guide to one hundred of the finest early Cornish stone crosses, dating from around AD 900 to 1300. These characteristic features of the Cornish landscape are splendid examples of their type, exhibiting...


Cluny and the origins of burgundian romanesque sculpture

by C. Edson Armi

The role of individual sculptors in creating the ambulatory capitals in the largest basilica in Christendom at Cluny remains a mystery. The unresolved issue of individual creativity leaves open three important...


Carve Your Clay

by Hilda Carr

Learn how to apply interesting and inspired surface techniques to your ceramic work through 20 step-by-step projects.

Carve Your Clay takes you through creative techniques that produce amazing, dynamic results,...


The Necessity of Sculpture

by Eric Gibson

The Necessity of Sculpture brings together a selection of articles on sculpture and sculptors from Eric Gibson?s nearly four-decade career as an art critic. It covers subjects as diverse as Mesopotamian cylinder...


The Renaissance Engravers

by Jp Calosse

This ambitious work allows the reader to discover the art of engraving in Europe from the 15th to the 16th century. The engravings of the Renaissance masters are considered models of artistic perfection, often...


Crafting Cute: Polymer Clay the Kawaii Way

by Dani Banani

Let Dani Banani of the popular Etsy shop FunUsual Suspects show you how to make 50 kawaii creations out of inexpensive and easy-to-find polymer clay. Kawaii—the culture of cuteness, originating in Japan—is...


Auguste Rodin

by Rainer Maria Rilke

Heir to the precepts of antiquity and Bernini, Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was just as influenced by Michelangelo, in particular by his Slaves. And like Michelangelo, Rodin, at the same time as receiving such...


Polymer Clay for Beginners

by Emily Chen

Start making beautiful crafts from polymer clay! Art Makers: Polymer Clay for Beginners is your step-by-step guide to making trinkets, animals, plants, and more using this fun, easy, and kiln-free craft.

Polymer...


Don Proch

by Patricia Bovey

Since 1970, Manitoba artist Don Proch has built an astonishing body of work evoking a semi-mythical Prairie past and an unsettled and unresolved modernity. In his complex sculptures and life-size masks, Proch...


Alberto Giacometti, a biography

by Catherine Grenier

Alberto Giacometti is more than a major twentieth-century artist — he is also one of the century’s most intriguing characters. This biography, the result of new research, takes us into the private life of...


In Praise of Hands

by Henri Focilon

To speak about art is to evoke the hand of the creator who produced the work. It is to confer to its gestures the importance of thoughts and to explore their point of convergence on the canvas or the stone....


Livio Orazio Valentini

by Robert E Alexander, John A. Elliott & Erika Pauli Bizzarri

In this illustrated biography of the late Italian artist, Livio Orazio Valentini: An Artist's Spiritual Odyssey, Robert E. Alexander and John A. Elliott celebrate the life and legacy of the renowned painter...


30 Millennia of Sculpture

by Patrick Bade, Joseph Manca & Sarah Costello

From its prehistoric origins to the conceptual modernity of the 21st century, sculpture has literally and figuratively moulded the art world. Offering an integral view at its evolution of form across civilisations...


Ten Huts

by Jill Sigman

Described as an artist of "prodigious imagination and intelligence" by the New York Times, Jill Sigman makes art at the intersection of dance, visual art, and social practice. An artist's book that explores...


Emergency Noises

by Irene Noy

Art history traditionally concentrates on the visual. Sound has either been ignored or has been appreciated in a highly selective manner within a different discipline: music. This book is about recent attempts...


Emergency Noises

by Irene Noy

Art history traditionally concentrates on the visual. Sound has either been ignored or has been appreciated in a highly selective manner within a different discipline: music. This book is about recent attempts...


Remembered in Bronze and Stone

by Alan Livingstone MacLeod

Remembered in Broze and Stone evokes the years immediately following the First World War, when grief was still freshly felt in communities from one end of Canada to the other. This book tells the story of the...


The Spatial Politics of the Sculptural

by Euyoung Hong

Space is a formative factor in the production of sculpture. Phenomenological thought interprets sculptural work in relation to the immersive experience of the viewer, situating it within its environment. But...


Commemorating the Seafarer

by Barbara Tomlinson

This book discusses memorials - stained glass windows, church, cemetery and public monuments - commemorating British seafarers, shipbuilders and victims of shipwreck from the sixteenth century to the present....


Making Sculpture from Scrap Metal

by Peter Parkinson

Transforming unlikely pieces of scrap metal into significant works of art - giving new life to things we throw away - is an accessible, creative and fulfilling activity. This book describes and illustrates the...