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    The Cat

    A charming gift book celebrating the role of the cat in Western art - a must-have for all cat lovers

    The Dog

    A delightful gift book celebrating dogs - in all their varied splendour - as depicted in Western art



    The Lindisfarne Gospels: Spirituality, Art and Identity - The British Library Guide

    This magnificent guide presents a detailed introduction and commentary alongside the highest quality, detailed illustrations which celebrate the intricate, interlaced geometrical precision of one of the finest early medieval craftsmen.


    Steam locomotives gripped the imagination when they first appeared in nineteenth-century Europe and America. Aboard these great machines, passengers travelled at faster speeds than ever before. This work captures both the fear and excitement of early train travel as it probes the artistic response to steam locomotion within its social setting.

    The Science of Plants: Inside their Secret World


    Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth

    This richly illustrated book explores the huge creative endeavour behind Tolkien's enduring popularity. Lavishly illustrated with over 300 images of his manuscripts, drawings, maps and letters, the book traces the creative process behind his most famous literary works and reproduces personal photographs and private papers.

    Tracey Emin

    Following on from Tracey Emin's successful memoir, this book presents her art in clear accessible language, with full-colour reproductions throughout. It includes interviews with Emin, as well as her own writings, and provides a key to understanding one of the most discussed contemporary artists at work.

    Trompe l'Oeil

    Trompe-l'oeil, a French term meaning to trick, the eye, describes a painting that deceives the spectator into thinking that the objects in it are real, not merely represented. To successfully fool the eye of the viewer, trompe-l'oeil artists choose objects, situations and compositional devices using as little depth as possible.

    Van Gogh

    An introduction to the work of Vincent Van Gogh.

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