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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  • Rembrandt's Mark

    The Dresden collection's singular group of Rembrandt works - about 20 drawings attributed to the master today and the nearly complete oeuvre of etchings- will provide the basis for this remarkable publication. It will have a particular focus on Rembrandt's narrative compositions, printed self-portraits, studies of his wife Saskia, and will include works from all periods of his oeuvre plus prints and drawings by artists from his workshop and followers.

    The list of artists who understood Rembrandt as a dynamic authority and source of inspiration is long, reaching from... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Rembrandts Strich

    2019 jährt sich Rembrandts Todesjahr zum 350ten Mal. Die Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden, die eine der bedeutendsten Sammlung seiner Gemälde, Zeichnungen und Druckgrafiken bewahren, nehmen dieses Jubiläum zum Anlass, den Künstler in einer Ausstellung des Kupferstich-Kabinetts zu feiern. Rembrandts Strich wird sich auf den Grafiker und Zeichner konzentrieren und einen frischen Blick auf ihn suchen, der vielleicht wie kein zweiter bis heute als sogenannter „artists‘ artist" andere Künstler zur Auseinandersetzung angeregt hat.

    Die einzigartige Dresdner Sammlung - etwa... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Tiepolo in Milan: The Lost Frescoes of Palazzo Archinto

    Tiepolo in Milan: The Lost Frescoes of Palazzo Archinto brings together preparatory drawings and paintings, as well as documentary photographs, to commemorate an extraordinary fresco cycle by the Venetian painter Giambattista Tiepolo (1696-1770). Painted for Palazzo Archinto in Milan, the frescoes were destroyed in a bombing during World War II. The catalogue accompanies an exhibition at The Frick Collection.

    In 1730-31, Tiepolo undertook his first significant project outside the Veneto, frescoes for five ceilings in Palazzo Archinto in Milan. The paintings were commissioned by... Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Ruskin, Turner & the Storm Cloud

    Ruskin, Turner & the Storm Cloud presents new writing on John Ruskin's vision of art and its relationship with modern society and a changing environment. As part of the re-evaluation of Ruskin, 200 years after his birth in 1819, art historians, scientists, geographers, artists and curators explore the critic's lifelong commitment to the painted landscapes of JMW Turner and his own artistic ambitions, as well as his prophetic concerns about the world's darkening skies, pollution and psychological turbulence.

    In 1884 John Ruskin spoke out against an encroaching... Learn More

    Starting at: £20.00

  • Painting Childhood

    Children have always fascinated artists and Painting Childhood will explore some of the most iconic paintings of children produced over the past 500 years. Featuring stunning portraits, amusing genre scenes and touching ‘fancy pictures', the book will examine both the creative process and the specifi c challenges posed by painting children: from how to capture the fleeting moments of youth to how to encourage young subjects to sit still.

    Accompanying the exhibitions Painting Childhood: From Holbein to Freud and Childhood Now, the book will discuss a wealth of masterpieces... Learn More

    Starting at: £16.50

  • Britain Can Make It

    This publication will be a highly visual celebration of the massively popular, but now largely forgotten, Britain Can Make It exhibition. Organised by the Council of Industrial Design, it was held in empty ground-floor galleries of the Victoria & Albert Museum, from September to December 1946. A ground-breaking, morale boosting exhibition, it showcased British design and manufacturing. Despite its short run, it boasted an incredible 1.5 million visitors, and remains one of the most visited exhibitions ever held at the V&A.
    Long before the end of the Second World War hostilities, the... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • Botticelli: Heroines and Heroes

    Botticelli: Heroines and Heroes explores the work of the legendary Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli, focusing on a genre called spalliera that Botticelli employed with staggering originality. The catalgoue and exhibition, held at the Gardner Museum, Boston, include significant loans from European and American public collections.

    Accompanying the exhibition at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston (14 February - 19 May 2019), this catalogue explores the work of legendary Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli (about 1444-1510). Today the alluring and enigmatic Primaver... Learn More

    Starting at: £35.00

  • Call of the Blue

    Watching and recording the gradual dismantling of life, beauty and diversity in our oceans is a tortuous experience for scientists. Our oceans function as earth's organs and our survival depends on their health. Yet in the last fifty years half of coral reefs have disappeared, only 10% of large fish remain and many species are at the brink of collapse. Unsustainable fishing practices, pollution - including 20 million tonnes of plastic entering the oceans yearly - and rising temperatures are continued threats. Even as the sense of urgency to save our oceans continues to grow, at the... Learn More

    Starting at: £65.00

  • Maman: Vuillard and Madame Vuillard

    Madame Vuillard is a particular focus of the work produced during the initial decade of Édouard Vuillard's (1868 - 1940) career, the 1890s, when Vuillard was a member of the Nabis and forging an artistic identity as part of the Parisian avant-garde. During this period Vuillard and his widowed mother shared a series of modest rented apartments in central Paris in which the artist sustained a works-on-paper and (from 1897) amateur photographic practice out of his ‘studio-bedroom', whilst in the dining room Madame Vuillard ran the corsetry business employing a handful of seamstres... Learn More

    Starting at: £16.50

  • Whistler and Nature

    This innovative and compelling study reconsiders Whistler's work from the context of his military service and his relationship with ‘nature at the margins'. Whistler came from a family of soldiers and engineers; his father, Major George Washington Whistler, was originally a US military engineer. Drawing and mapmaking were important components of the military training that Whistler acquired as an offi cer cadet at West Point Academy in 1851-4 and subsequently in the Drawing Department at the US Coast and Geodetic Survey,
    where he attempted to realise his father's hopes... Learn More

    Starting at: £20.00

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