Piano Nobile

Piano Nobile

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  • Francis of Assisi

    • Inspired Collection of over of over sixty original paintings, stone carvings and woodcut prints by Greg Tricker focussing on the life of St Francis of Assisi

    This inspired collection of over sixty original paintings, stone carvings and woodcut prints by Greg Tricker portrays the human suffering, exultation, compassion and joy of the life of St Francis; with their visionary quality, they present a fresh contemporary image of St Francis.

    Greg Tricker travelled to Assisi to research St Francis, drawing inspiration from the small church of San Damiano where the saint... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Auctioning Walter Sickert

    • The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the Uni

    The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the University at Bristol's History of Art Department; bringing together... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Auctioning David Bomberg

    • The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the Uni

    The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the University at Bristol's History of Art Department; bringing together... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Auctioning L.S. Lowry

    • The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the Uni

    The Nobile Index is a series of monographic publications of art sales prices achieved at auction, for a selection of leading 20th-century British artists. They involve the collaboration of a commercial art dealership, Piano Nobile Works of Art and the University of Bristol's History of Art Department; bringing together... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • John Golding

    • Fully colour illustrated catalogue of previously unseen works; Insightful essays on original research material by Dr Charlotte de Mille (Courtauld Institute of Art); Chronology, bibliography and biography

    John Golding: Finding the Absolute, focusing on Golding's abstract paintings from the 1960s, offers a unique opportunity to appreciate Golding at the outset of his lifelong pursuit to realise the ever-elusive promise of the absolute through abstraction. These works, most of which have not been seen for nearly half a century, are dynamic, youthful, brimming with the influen... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • John Armstrong: Paintings 1938-1958

    First published to accompany the exhibition at Piano Nobile, John Armstrong: Paintings 1938-1958; An Enchanted Distance is a fully illustrated catalogue re-establishing John Armstrong A.R.A. as a pre-eminent Surrealist. Propelled to the forefront of British Modernism as a member of Unit One, Armstrong later rejected the confinement of artistic groups yet was at the heart of inter-war and post-war British art. Consistently producing prophetic, dreamlike paintings of emotional and political insight, Armstrong's works speak of the universal through his own individual language. The most... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • Thomas Newbolt

    First published to accompany Piano Nobile's exhibiton at Piano Nobile Kings Place, Thomas Newbolt: Drama Paintings - A Modern Baroque, this fully colour illustrated book presents a substantial publication on contemporary artist Thomas Newbolt. Newbolt's dedication to the figure in art, and the vitality of his work have gained him international recognition.
    An artist of talent and intellectual integrity, he was Harkness Fellow at the University of Virginia and the University of Wisconsin, and a Fellow-Commoner at Trinity College, Cambridge, as well as a respected teacher at... Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Aspects of Post-War Abstraction 1952-2002

    • Fully illustrated throughout, this publication contains a new essay by Margaret Garlake and individual catalogue entries with fresh research on 20 major works of British abstract art from 1952-2002.

    First published to accompany a group exhibition at Piano Nobile, Aspects of Post-War Abstraction 1952-2002, this fully colour illustrated catalogue showcases seminal works of abstract art produced in Britain over the course of five decades. The publication features the work of internationally renowned artists including Terry Frost, William Scott, William Turnbull, Joe Tilson, William... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

  • Peter Salter: Drawing Walmer Yard

    • New essay by Professor Peter Salter; Introduction by Fenella Collingridge; Fully illustrated with superb details; First publication on Peter Salter's first building in the UK

    Published to accompany the exhibition Peter Salter: Drawing Walmer Yard at Piano Nobile marking the launch of Peter Salter's first residential building in Britain, this fully illustrated catalogue presents a selection of Salter's extraordinary drawings for the project. With a new essay by Peter Salter on his drawings and an introduction by architectural associate Fenella Collingridge, the... Learn More

    Starting at: £24.99

  • Peter Coker

    • Fully colour illustrated throughout with close-up details
    • Introductory essay and extended catalogue entries for 22 individual works
    • First publication on Peter Coker in over a decade
    • Chronology and bibliography

    Peter Coker: Mind and Matter is a fully-illustrated catalogue presenting a selection of exceptional works by Peter Coker (1926-2004), bringing together pieces spanning the early 1950s through to the mid-1980s. The first publication focusing on Coker's works in over a decade, the catalogue will seek to reassess Coker's contribution to post-war... Learn More

    Starting at: £25.00

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