Books by Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd

    Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy

    By Frank Lloyd Wright

    Hardback Save £2.54 = £17.46

    Travels with Frank Lloyd Wright: The First Global Architect: 2017

    By Gwyn Lloyd Jones

    Hardback Save £5.04 = £24.96

    By retracing Frank Lloyd Wright's footsteps on six of his journeys, the author explores the architect's global ambitions and lasting legacy, offering an original and contemporary view of Wright and his architecture. He reflects on Frank Lloyd Wright as an early promoter of globalisation - the first international architect.

    Designing the V&A: The Museum as a Work of Art 1857-1909

    By Julius Bryant

    Hardback Save £6.29 = £28.71

    The first book to consider the V&A as a work of art in itself and to present a wide variety of visual material relating to the Museum's 19th-century interiors, much of it previously unpublished.

    Glory, Azure and Gold

    Hardback £32.46

    Paul Nash: Outline, An Autobiography

    Hardback Save £5.04 = £24.96

    Victor Pasmore

    By Alastair Grieve

    Hardback Save £7.54 = £32.46

    Edward Bawden Scrapbooks

    By Peyton Skipwith

    Hardback Save £6.29 = £28.71

    Kurt Jackson Bestiary

    By Kurt Jackson

    Hardback £26.46

    Natural history and art have been life-long preoccupations of the leading British painter Kurt Jackson b.1961. For this book, Jackson has returned to zoology, the subject he studied at university, to create a beautiful bestiary: a body of work about fauna. Bestiaries date back to medieval times when religious instruction...

    The Sculpture of Charles Wheeler

    By Sarah Crellin

    Hardback Save £15.54 = £29.46

    This is the first book to document the work of Sir Charles Wheeler PRA 1892-1974, a major figure in British figurative sculpture whose work has been unduly marginalised. Featuring a comprehensive catalogue of works, The Sculpture of Charles Wheeler is essential reading for all those interested in the history of...

    Abigail McLellan

    By Matthew Sturgis

    Hardback Save £6.29 = £28.71

    Abigail McLellan 1969-2009 is known for her pared-down images that were set against richly-worked backgrounds of saturated colour. Battling multiple sclerosis for the last ten years of her life, this book, the first monograph on the artist, charts the career of a painter of indomitable spirit and unbounding creative energy.

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