Paul Holberton Publishing

Paul Holberton Publishing
Paul Holberton Publishing aims to produce art books to a consistently high standard, both of production and of editorial. The company works with museums, galleries, institutions and collectors up and down the UK, in Europe, in Canada and the USA, to publish, produce or distribute catalogues, usually but not only exhibition catalogues.

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  • Keeping in the Present

    In 2020, the Dresden Kupferstich-Kabinett celebrates its 300th anniversary. Founded in 1720 by Augustus the Strong as a museum specializing in works on paper, the collection - now with over half a million works, from the Middle Ages to the present day - has always acquired contemporary art alongside recognised masterpieces.

    The collection - which includes exceptional works by Jan van Eyck, Dürer, Verrocchio, Grünewald, Cranach, Holbein, Rembrandt, Caspar David Friedrich, Ludwig Richter, Toulouse Lautrec, Mondrian, Hermann Glöckner, Gerhard Altenbourg, A.R. Penck, Georg Baselitz... Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Persevere and Resist

    This welcome catalogue presents exciting new scholarship on the work of Mexican and American artist Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012). Accompanying an exhibition at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Persevere and Resist: The Strong Black Women of Elizabeth Catlett reconsiders her works through the lens of contemporary psychology and sociology.

    Catlett was one of the most important visual chroniclers of the African American experience in the 20th century. In 1946, she was awarded the prestigious Rosenwald Fund Fellowship to travel to Mexico. Her early experiments with printmaki... Learn More

    Starting at: £20.00

  • Titian, the Della Rovere Dynasty, and His Portrait of Guidobaldo II

    • Presents new research
    • Richly illustrated

    The Klesch portrait by Titian of Guidobaldo II with his son Francesco Maria represents the duke of Urbino in his full power as supreme commander of papal troops, with his heir next to him. This rare, full-length double portrait has only recently been attributed to Titian after undergoing extensive analyses and restoration, revealing a beautiful painting in non finito manner, with bravura impasto passages entirely characteristic of the master, all of which is illustrated and explained in this new book.

    Titian provided... Learn More

    Starting at: £20.00

  • Gustave Moreau

    Gustave Moreau (1826-1898) is one of the most brilliant and enigmatic artists associated with the French Symbolist movement. This book accompanies an exhibition of some of the most extraordinary works he ever made, unseen in public for over a century.

    Moreau's watercolours of the Fables of Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695) were created between 1879 and 1885 for the art collector Antony Roux and their stylistic range encompasses historicism and the picturesque, orientalist fantasies and near-abstract chromatic experiments. They were exhibited to great acclaim in Paris in the... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Gold of the Great Steppe

    • This catalogue will accompany an exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, anticipated late 2020

    This catalogue accompanies an exhibition which presents artefacts from burial mounds of the Saka people of East Kazakhstan, who, over 2,500 years ago, lived lives rich in complexity.

    The Saka people occupied a landscape of seemingly endless steppe to the west, bounded by mountains to the east and south. Known to be fierce warriors, they were also skilled craftspeople, producing intricate gold and other metalwork. Their artistic expression indicates a deep respect for... Learn More

    Starting at: £27.50

  • Copley and West in England 1775-1815

    This beautifully and thoroughly illustrated book, which constitutes the first serious investigation of the relationship between Benjamin West and John Singleton Copley, will be of considerable interest to both British and American art historians, and appeal to art lovers from both countries.

    West and Copley have always and properly been viewed as the two pre-eminent eighteenth-century American artists, despite the fact that, at the age of twenty-one, West left his native shores in 1760, never to return. He went on to become immensely successful in England, becoming, among other... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Diana Armfield

    • Beautifully illustrated with over 200 images

    Diana Armfield RA Hon RWS NEAC has a highly personal attachment to subject and a subtly distinctive affinity with the rhythms of form and tone. These qualities make her an important, influential figure in modern British art - and a very popular one. Flower paintings have brought her wide acclaim, but this book - created to mark her 100th birthday - also richly represents Diana's feeling for landscape and place. Including an inspiring number of more recent works, it brings her fascinating artistic and life story up to date.
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    Starting at: £37.50

  • Early Colour Printing

    This richly illustrated publication reproduces and describes effectively every early modern German colour print held at the British Museum. It is one of the world's most significant collections of these rare milestones of cultural heritage and technology. New photography reveals 150 impressions in jaw-dropping detail, most life-size. Some have never been seen in public or reproduced. It is the first major study of the first wave of German colour printing. It spans medieval printing in the late 1400s through the Renaissance and Reformation of the 1500s.

    Early Colour Printin... Learn More

    Starting at: £40.00

  • Soutine / de Kooning

    "I've always been crazy about Soutine - all of his paintings,” said the Dutch-American abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) in 1977. How much de Kooning's approach was due to the influence of Lithuanian artist Chaim Soutine

    (1893-1943) is examined in this exhibition catalogue, in which the two artists are dramatically juxtaposed.

    This book accompanies an exhibition organized by the Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, and The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, dedicated to the affinities between the work of Chaim Soutine and Willem de Kooning. It... Learn More

    Starting at: £40.00

  • The Human Touch

    Touch is our first sense. Through touch we make art, stake a claim to what we own and those we love, express our faith, our belief, our anger. Touch is how we leave our mark and find our place in the world; touch is how we connect.

    Drawing on works of art spanning four thousand years and from across the globe, this book explores the fundamental role of touch in human experience, and offers new ways of looking. In a series of lavishly illustrated essays, the authors explore anatomy and skin; the relationship between the brain, hand, and creativity; touch, desire and possession; ideo... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

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