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    Biennials and Beyond: Exhibitions That Made Art History: 1962-2002

    R1 594,00
    The story of the most influential art exhibitions from 1962 to 2002.

    Peacock and Vine: Fortuny and Morris in Life and at Work

    R298,00
    Born a generation apart, they were seeming opposites: Mariano Fortuny, a Spanish aristocrat thrilled by the cultures of Crete and Knossos; William Morris, a British craftsman, in thrall to the myths of the North. Yet through their inventions and textiles, they inspired a new variety of art. This book traces their genius right to the source.

    Caravaggio

    R200,00
    Notorious bad boy of Italian Baroque painting, Caravaggio (1571-1610) is finally getting the recognition he deserves. In this book you'll find over 50 of Caravaggio's best paintings; we think you'll agree that he was a genius beyond his time.

    Bright Lights in the Dark Ages: The Thaw Collection of Early Medieval Ornaments

    R1 625,00
    Focuses on early Medieval art. This title features over two hundred rare early medieval gold and precious stonework objects, including brooches, buckles, shields, clasps, spoons and other "grave goods," that were interred as status symbols with their owners in burials mounds across Europe.

    Girl in a Green Gown: The History and Mystery of the Arnolfini Portrait

    R219,00
    The "Arnolfini" portrait, painted by Jan van Eyck in 1434, is one of the world's most famous paintings. This title tells the story of the painting's survival through fires, battles, hazardous sea journeys, and its role as a mirror reflecting the culture and history of the time - from jewel of the Hapsburg empire to Napoleonic war trophy.

    Chagall

    R183,00

    Living with the Art Deco Style: The Glamour of the Jazz

    R523,00
    A gloriously illustrated and informative celebration of Art Deco, in the same series as Miller's Arts & Crafts and Miller's Mid-century Modern.

    Doing Research in Design

    R213,00
    A comprehensive exploration of design research methods, with particular focus on the social impacts of design.

    The China Collectors: America's Century-Long Hunt for Asian Art Treasures

    R357,00
    The untold and fascinating history of the unlikely artistic encounters between the US and China, the youngest and oldest of major powers

    The Pot Book

    R638,00
    An A- Z history of ceramic art by one of the world's leading ceramic artists, Edmund de Waal

    Jeff Koons

    R935,00
    From kinky to kitsch to conceptual, Jeff Koons' art is anything but conformist. This book presents his personal story and analyzes Koons from a European perspective. It features art historian and critic Katy Siegel's analyses alongside hundreds of large-format images tracing Koons' career from 1979.

    The Vanishing Man: In Pursuit of Velazquez

    R381,00
    In 1845, a Reading bookseller named John Snare came across the dirt-blackened portrait of a prince at a country house auction. Suspecting that it might be a long-lost Velazquez, he bought the picture and set out to discover its strange history. A fusion of detection and biography, this book pays homage to the Spanish master Velazquez.

    Lives of the Artists, Lives of the Architects

    R420,00
    The author has been conducting ongoing conversations with the world's greatest living artists since he began in Switzerland, aged 19, with Fischli and Weiss. In this book, he chooses nineteen of the greatest figures and presents their conversations, offering the reader intimacy with the artists and insight into their creative processes.

    30,000 Years of Art: The Story of Human Creativity Across Time & Space

    R527,00
    30,000 Years of Art is an accessible, chronological introduction to art history from 28,000 BC to the present day.