Features Blog » Barbara Rae
A blog dedicated to Modern British Art from Lund Humphries, the leading publisher of books on the subject.
For the world of the arts, the cancellation of this summer’s Edinburgh Festival is one of the many regrettable consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nigel Farrow, chairman of Lund Humphries, seeks some consolation in recalling the arts and the artists that originated in Scotland and her beautiful capital city and have been published under the Lund Humphries imprint.
Posted onValerie Holman rounds off a year of Lund Humphries anniversary celebrations with a selection of the company’s highlights and successes of the past 75 years. To celebrate 75 years of art publishing, every month this year a Lund Humphries author has focused on a single ‘landmark’ publication from the firm’s long list, bringing to light the stories behind […]
Posted onScottish artist Barbara Rae (CBE RA RSA RSW RGI) is a constant presence in the shop of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, a corner of which is permanently decked out with scarves, plates, bags and jewellery fashioned in her distinctive, bright colour-palette and semi-abstract patterned style. Her books are there too, including the first monograph on […]
Posted onFor this week only, Sims Reed bookshop is showing a series of limited-edition prints by great British artists including Albert Irvin, Terry Frost, Peter Blake and Barbara Rae – many of which have not been exhibited before. These original prints are signed by the artists and come packaged in beautiful slipcases, each with a Lund Humphries monograph. […]
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