We have lots of great ideas for gifts this month including signed copies, a brilliant special offer and suggestions for all your friends and family.
15 December 2016 is the last date to order books from our website if you would like them delivered within the UK in time for Christmas.
SIGNED COPIES OF MAGGI HAMBLING'S TOUCH: WORKS ON PAPER
We have just twenty copies of Maggi Hambling: Touch which have been signed by the artist, and which we are offering for sale on a first-come first-served basis.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact phone number if you would like to place an order (please don’t send credit card information via email). We will then contact you to take payment over the phone.
For more information about the book click here.
We’re offering 50% off the special edition of Tom Hammick: Wall, Window, World, as a pre-Christmas offer. This special edition incorporates the three-part colour etching Fallout, 2014, created specially for this book in an edition of 60, which is packaged with the book in a slipcase designed by the artist.
Normally £750, this limited edition is now just £375, including free UK Postage. To take advantage of this special Pre-Christmas offer please use code XMAS50 at checkout. Offer valid until 15 December 2016. We have just 14 left in stock so place your order now!
For those who like to get stuck into a good book over the holidays, we would recommend the following selection of recently published titles which, while still beautifully illustrated, are published in a handy small format with an emphasis on narrative. Click here to see our top selection of reading books.
‘Interest in the artists that lived in Great Bardfield, Essex has probably never been higher’ said Rachel Cooke in the Observer recently. World of Interiors magazine has said our Edward Bawden: Scrapbooks is ‘a superbly edited "quarry" of interwar and postwar culture’. It is a great book to delve into ahead of the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s retrospective next Summer while Eric Ravilious by Alan Powers remains one of our best-sellers.
For the discerning art lover we recommend a selection of ground-breaking books offering new research on important artists and key periods of their work. Click here for recent highlights, including Christopher Wood, The Art of David Jones: Vision and Memory, The Drawings of Barbara Hepworth, Winifred Knights 1899-1947, Hubert Robert, Victor Pasmore: Towards a New Reality.