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    A comprehensive and sumptuous survey that celebrates the beauty and appeal of flowers throughout art, history, and culture

    Harry Clarke

    Harry Clarke was Ireland's greatest stained glass artist and arguably the finest of his time in any country. I cannot see anybody superseding it." - Irish Independent"Nicola Gordon Bowe has undoubtedly produced the definitive study of Harry Clarke, in a lively and lucid style, with profound insight." - Irish Arts Review

    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.

    Cornucopia of Fruit & Vegetables A

    This stunning gift book offers fruit and vegetables as detailed art, viewed through eighteenth-century eyes, allowing us to enjoy the sight of swan-necked gourds and horned lemons, smile at silkworms hovering over mulberries and delight at the quirkiness of 'strawberry spinach' ... a delicious medley of garden produce for gardeners and art-lovers.

    Last Painting The: Final Works of

    A collection of 100 final paintings from 100 deceased artists, with accompanying biographies and thought-provoking text.

    Peter Blake

    This Tate Publishing Modern Artists monograph looks at the career of the British artist Peter Blake. It examines his use of collage, influences on his work and his reputation as a "father of pop", so crowned in the 1950s and 60s for his use of popular culture icons in his work.

    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.

    Virginia Woolf: Art Life and Visio

    This revealing, highly illustrated biography of Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) by a leading authority on the Bloomsbury Group accompanies a major exhibition of portraits of the world-renowned British novelist, essayist, biographer and critic and her circle at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

    Love Stories : Art, Passion & Tragedy

    €34.99 €37.45
    This book looks at the extensive collection of the Gallery and explores the role of love and the people featured both as sitters and artists. Drawing on recent scholarship, the exhibition will explore changing ideas of love, and give readers the opportunity to discover love stories both tragic and transcendent.

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