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The Hare With Amber Eyes
The Hare With Amber Eyes Edmund de Waal
The history of a family through 264 objects - set against a turbulent century - from an acclaimed writer and potter
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The Story of Music
The Story of Music Howard Goodall
Published to accompany Howard Goodall's major new BBC TV series, this is an accessible history for all music lovers
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The City Of London Volume 2
The City Of London Volume 2 David Kynaston
The second volume of David Kynaston's critically acclaimed history of the City, this is a fascinating journey into the financial heart of London through the golden years, 1890- 1914.
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Supergods
Supergods Grant Morrison
The mind-bending history of superheroes by comics legend Grant Morrison.
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George Stubbs And The Wide Creation
George Stubbs And The Wide Creation Robin Blake
The first life of the great British artist George Stubbs to appear for over thirty years, it places him in the context of eighteenth-century England - a country bursting with new ideas, political ferment and surprising characters.
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Bill Brandt Paul Delany
The first full biography - beautifully illustrated - of Britain's greatest photographer.
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Stravinsky (Volume 2)
Stravinsky (Volume 2) Stephen Walsh
The second and concluding volume of Stephen Walsh's authoritative and acclaimed biography of Igor Stravinsky.
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Brunelleschi's Dome
Brunelleschi's Dome Ross King
The superb story of the architect Filippo Brunelleschi and the design and construction of the Great Cathedral in Florence - one of the most magnificent achievements of the Italian Renaissance.
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Michelangelo And The Pope's Ceiling
Michelangelo And The Pope's Ceiling Ross King
The extraordinary story behind Michelangelo's masterpiece by the author of Brunelleschi's Dome.
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A Life of Picasso Volume II
A Life of Picasso Volume II John Richardson
The second volume of John Richardson's authoritative and bestselling biography of Picasso.
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A Life Of Picasso Volume III
A Life Of Picasso Volume III John Richardson
The magisterial third volume in John Richardson's prize-winning life of the great artist
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The Man Who Sold The World
The Man Who Sold The World Peter Doggett
Brilliant musical critique; biographical insight and acute cultural analysis, The Man Who Sold The World is a unique study of David Bowie and the 1970s.
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Breakfast with Lucian
Breakfast with Lucian Geordie Greig
Breakfast with Lucian is a superb, flawlessly crafted portrait of about as messy a life as was ever lived...out of which emerged the greatest British painter of the past one hundred years.’ Tom Wolfe
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The White Road
The White Road Edmund de Waal
The gripping story of the lure of porcelain, or 'white gold', from the Number One bestselling author of The Hare with Amber Eyes
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Carrington's Letters
Carrington's Letters Dora Carrington
Bloomsbury disrobed: Carrington's beguiling and gleeful letters take us beyond Bloomsbury into discussion about sexual mores, how to be an artist, and what it is to be truly oneself
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A Hero for High Times
A Hero for High Times Ian Marchant
A new history of counterculture in the UK, from the release of Heartbreak Hotel in 1956 to the passing of the Criminal Justice Act in 1994
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Six Facets Of Light
Six Facets Of Light Ann Wroe
‘She’s a genius, I believe, because she lights up every subject she touches.’ Hilary Mantel A Spectator Book of the Year Meditations on the mystery of light
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Portraits In Fiction
Portraits In Fiction A S Byatt
A lively, fascinating and sumptuously illustrated exploration of the links between fiction, writers of fiction and portraits by one of the most admired writers of modern fiction.
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Kicking The Pricks
Kicking The Pricks Derek Jarman
A fascinating journal written after the creation of Derek Jarman’s THE LAST OF ENGLAND, covering the making of the film itself and the origins of its deeply autobiographical content.
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House of Nutter
House of Nutter Lance Richardson
Generously illustrated and deeply researched, this social history and fashion biography tells the gripping story of Savile Row tailor Tommy Nutter, rock’n’roll London and gay life in the 60s-70s
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Sunday in Hell
Sunday in Hell William Fotheringham
Behind the lens of the greatest cycling film of all time.
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The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett
A stunningly beautiful clothbound hardback edition of one of the most cherished stories in the world.
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Robinson Crusoe
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
The 300th anniversary of one of the most famous adventures of all time.
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