European Art, Miscellaneous
All the World's a Stage
Works from the Goetz Collection
Art of the Celts
A journey along the historical spectrum of Celtic art, from the rich treasures found throughout Iron Age Europe, through the flowering of metalwork, sculpture and manuscript illumination, to the revivals attempted today.
Aspects of Belgian Art After 1945
This extensive resource with its accompanying color plates highlights the role of post-war Belgian art movements in an international art framework.
Contemporary Art from East Central Europe
British Art and Design 1900-1960
The Methods of Construction
Describes and illustrates the construction principles used by the British and Irish schools of Celtic art
The Dark Side of the Landscape
The Rural Poor in English Painting, 1730-1840
John Barrell's study shows why the poor interested painters and how painters could represent them for the rich.
Ukrainian Soviet Mosaics
The book presents the first comprehensive study of Soviet monumental mosaics, outstanding artifacts of the cultural heritage of the era. Photographer Yevgen Nikiforov spent three years traveling all around Ukraine (including the presently occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk and Lugansk oblasts) in search of the most interesting art pieces of the 1950s
Embroidery of the Greek Islands and Epirus
An Insider's Memoir of Masterpieces, Money, and the Magnetism of Art
"Rollicking and erudite ... an entertaining foray into the high-stakes art world."