Books by Publisher: Empire Editions

    Vermeer's Secret World

    By Vincent Etienne

    Paperback Save £0.74 = £7.25

    Now available in a paperback edition, this book for young readers traces the life and work of Johannes Vermeer, one of history's most distinctive and enigmatic painters.

    My Museum

    By Joanne Liu

    Hardback £9.05

    A young boy learns that art is all around us in this captivating picture book about a day at the museum.

    Where's Bernard? A Bat Spotting Book

    By Katja Spitzer

    Hardback £9.05

    This stunningly illustrated look-and-find book, with a glow-in-the-dark cover, sends young readers on a fantastical hunt with a loveable bat named Bernard.

    Working Woman's Handbook: Ideas, Insights and Inspiration

    By Phoebe Lovatt

    Hardback £11.45

    Want to have an exciting, custom-built career? The Working Woman's Handbook can help you create it. It's the ultimate guide to job satisfaction, filled with practical advice on developing and driving a working life you love.

    Anna Maria Maiolino

    By Helen Molesworth

    Hardback Save £15.54 = £29.46

    Accompanying the first major American museum retrospective of Anna Maria Maiolino's work, this book surveys a prodigious career that has spanned numerous decades, genres, and themes.

    The Hidden Nature Colouring Poster

    By Toc De Groc

    Paperback Save £0.34 = £6.66

    This extra big coloring poster is an illustration inspired by the delightful universe of our first coloring bestseller, Hidden Nature.

    Julia Jacquette

    Hardback £26.45

    Julia Jacquette's first major monograph presents an artistic exploration through the materialism, elitism, and idealization of past and contemporary society.

    Axis Mundo

    By C. Ondine Chavoya

    Hardback £29.46

    The powerful work of queer Chicano artists in Los Angeles is explored in this exciting and thoughtful book.

    Michelangelo Pistoletto

    By Michelangelo Pistoletto

    Hardback Save £13.54 = £26.45

    This monograph explores the origins and impact of Michelangelo Pistoletto's seminal body of work the Minus Objects Oggetti in meno, which is considered fundamental to the birth of the Arte Povera movement.

    Sarah Charlesworth

    By Rochelle Steiner

    Hardback £26.45

    Covering an artistic career that evolved over nearly half a century, this comprehensive overview illustrates the wide range of Sarah Charlesworth's art and legacy.

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