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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  • Makoure Scott

    Makoure Scott Learn More

    Starting at: £80.00

  • Peterborough Cathedral 2001-2006

    Peterborough Cathedral - one of the finest Romanesque cathedrals in Northern Europe - was ravaged by fire on 22 November 2001.

    The first part of this book is a personal account of the process of restoring the Cathedral after that devastating event, illustrated with colour photographs from the day of the fire, through the restoration process, to the Festival of Thanksgiving four years later.

    The second part of the book focuses on Peterborough Cathedral's unique 13th-century painted nave ceiling which came close to complete destruction. It has been written as a... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Painting Edge World

    Painting Edge World Learn More

    Starting at: £39.95

  • Treasures of the English Church

    There has never been a display like it. This is the catalogue to an ambitious exhibition at the Goldsmiths' Hall, London, which will comprise 250 gold and silver objects and sets of objects spanning the history of the Church from the earliest possible times to the present day.

    A foreword by the Rt Revd Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, and twelve essays by distinguished authorities will illustrate aspects of evolving liturgy and Church history such as the medieval Mass, Church patronage in the Middle Ages, and the English Reformation. Historical themes from post-Refo... Learn More

    Starting at: £20.00

  • Ship Models In The Thomson Collection At The Art Gallery Of Ontario

    Spanning some 350 years, the Thomson Collection of historic ship models contains examples of exquisite
    workmanship and some of the masterpieces of the genre.

    Pride of the collection are the rare British dockyard models made to scale for affluent 18th-century clients
    closely associated with the Navy. A large number of models – made from wood and bone, with rigging of
    human hair – were made by some of the 120,000 French and other prisoners of the Napoleonic Wars. The diverse collection also includes tugs, dredgers, trawlers, cargo vessels, passenger steamers... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Medieval Ivories and Works of Art

    The Thomson Collection contains examples of the highest quality of most types of medieval ivory carving, both secular and religious. These include large statuettes of the Virgin and Child intended to stand on altars in chapels, small versions for private use in the home, and folding tablets or diptychs with scenes from the life of Christ carved in relief. Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Johan Zoffany

    This beautifully designed and illustrated publication is the first comprehensive biography of the portrait painter Johan Zoffany (1733-1810), one of the leading figures of eighteenth-century British art. The German-born artist shot to fame with his charming conversation pieces and portraits of London celebrities, including actor David Garrick. He soon became the painter of choice of King George III, depicting the royal family with rare informality, and subsequently a founder-member of the Royal Academy of Arts. His pictures have earned him the right to stand alongside Hogarth, Gainsborough... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • An Intimate Art

    Books of Hours are probably the most famous of all medieval illuminated manuscripts. Presented here are 12 Books of Hours that date from the origins of the genre in the 13th century to its eclipse in the 16th century. Examples come from France, Italy and the Southern and Northern Netherlands and are by many notable artists, including Pietro da Pavia, Belbello da Pavia, the Masters of Zweder van Culenburg, the Masters of the Gold Scrolls, Willem Vrelant, Guillaume tile Roy and Jean Poyer. Some are richly illustrated; others are more modest. Each manuscript is wholly unique, offering a captiv... Learn More

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  • Renaissance and Baroque Silver, Mounted Porcelain and Ruby Glass from the Zilkha Collection

    Silver, porcelain and ruby glass seem unlikely bedfellows, yet the objects in the Zilkha Collection are all united by the medium of silver or luxury metalwork. The objects were also made, for the most part, over about a century and a half. All of them tell a fascinating story of the particular circumstances that produced them: a maker, a workshop, a patron. They also tell the wider story of the society that made them necessary or desirable; the science that made them possible; and of their survival down the centuries. Learn More

    Starting at: £60.00

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