New books this month:
Artemisia Gentileschi: The Language of Painting Jesse M Locker. Bosch & Bruegel: From Enemy Painting to Everyday Life Joseph Leo Koerner. Hieronymus Bosch: Garden of Earthly Delights Hans Belting. Caravaggio and the Creation of Modernity Troy Thomas.
Christopher Wood by Katie Norris. James Ensor by Luc Tuymans. Northern Renaissance Art by Susie Nash.
Currently on display. Scroll over the image to find the shelf mark, or follow the link to the library catalogue to read more about them.
More new books on display . . .
Also Sheila Girling 709.2 GIR An exhibition of paintings and collages at Annely Juda Fine Art 2015
Avigdor Arikha Paintings & Works on Paper 759.95694 ARI
Follow the links to the library catalogue for more information or to place a reservation. Available to borrow from 10th August.
As rare as hen’s teeth? Not quite, but with only 1 or 2 issues a year, this journal can be easily overlooked. Issue #13 is now at Howard Gardens Library.
Contents Issue #13:
04/Bomberg after Auerbach after Brown by John Chilver
14/Tim Renshaw on John Wilkins
22/Stewart Geddes in conversation with Bert Irvin
32/Michael Szpakowski on Jake Longstreth
38/Turps Banana interviews Matthew Collings & Emma Biggs
48/Painters from the Turps Painting Programme
52/Katrina Blannin interviews Andrew Bick
60/Geraldine Swayne interviews Lee Maelzer
64/Dan Coombs interviews Tim Allen
Details of this, and previous issues, can be seen at the Turps Banana website.
Shadows of Two People by Robert Davies.
Image courtesy of Bridgeman Education
Shadows in film, illustration, painting, photography and more – see the current Self Study Display in the library – available to borrow from 2 March.
The Downs in Winter, Robert Tyndall.