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| |Art New books and highlights Spring 2012Welcome
One of 2012’s highlights will undoubtedly be London’s Olympic Games. Scores of athletes
will travel with British Airways (BA), official carriers for the Olympics, in search of sporting
glory. Published to coincide with the Games, British Aviation Posters (see p. 2), produced in
collaboration with BA and its archive, shows how art and design, but with a special focus on
posters, were applied with great creativity and style to develop and promote aviation in the
UK and beyond. Including the work of an impressive range of artists and designers, the book
will be a must for art, design and aviation specialists and enthusiasts.
Poster art is just one of a range of media represented in this season’s varied list.
Complementing British Aviation Posters is a new book exploring the maps produced by
the Underground, London Transport and its successor Transport for London (see p.3).
Discussing early decorative maps, as exemplified by the work of Macdonald (Max) Gill,
and the recognisable diagrammatic maps of more recent times, London Underground
Maps provides a fascinating account of the capital’s innovative approach to decoding
and promoting its complex underground network. With the arts of tapestry (see p.6) and
ceramics (see p.9) also featuring within the pages of this catalogue, there will be something
here to whet a range of appetites!
If you’re looking for more of the best in modern British painting and sculpture, you’ll be
excited by our latest selection of monographs. Prunella Clough (see p. 4), written by Frances
Spalding, and packed with original research, provides the first comprehensive account of
this remarkable British artist. Elsewhere, the tension between Francis Bacon’s ardent atheism
and his recurrent use of religious symbols (see p.5) is explored expertly by Rina Arya. With a
paperback edition of the hugely successful Kurt Jackson: A New Genre of Landscape Painting
(see p. 7), a new book on innovative British artist Richard Woods (see p.7) and the latest
volume in the prestigious British Sculptors and Sculpture series (see p. 9) also forthcoming,
there is plenty here to keep your library up-to-date.
Lund Humphries is also pleased to announce a new series of accessible, practical handbooks
on International Art Business (see p. 8). Published in collaboration with Sotheby’s Institute,
these authoritative reference guides will be invaluable for professionals working within art
businesses of all kinds, as well those preparing for careers in the commercial art world.
For more information about these and other books on our list, visit our website www., where you can take advantage of a discount of 10% on all books ordered
online. And while you’re ordering, you’ll be able to explore the fabulous new features of
our newly designed web-pages. Packed with more information for readers, authors and
publishing partners, we hope that you will find the new-look website both more informative
and user-friendly. As always, do let us know what you think – comments are always
Happy reading.
Lucy Clark, Commissioning EditorLund Humphries
Wey Court East
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Tel: 01252 736600
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Lund Humphries is part of the Ashgate
Publishing Group
New Titles
British Aviation Posters: Art, Design and Flight 2
London Underground Maps: Art, Design and Cartography 3
Prunella Clough: Regions Unmapped 4
Francis Bacon: Painting in a Godless World 5
The Art of Modern Tapestry: Dovecot Studios since 1912 6
Kurt Jackson: A New Genre of Landscape Painting New in Paperback 7
The Art & Craft of Richard Woods 7
Chinese Antiquities: An Introduction to the Art Market 8
Corporate Art Collections: A Handbook to Corporate Buying 8
The Ceramic Art of James Tower 9
The Sculpture of F.E. McWilliam 9
Recent Bestsellers
Barbara Hepworth: The Plasters 10
Edward Burra 10
John Craxton 10
John Byrne: Art and Life 10
Peter Blake: One man show 11
W. Barns-Graham: A Studio Life New Edition 11
Sandra Blow New in Paperback 11
St Ives Artists: A Biography of Place and Time 11
London Transport Posters: A Century of Art and Design 12
A New Art from Emerging Markets 12
Cinemas in Britain: A History of Cinema Architecture 12
The Story of De Stijl: Mondrian to Van Doesburg 12
Thomas Houseago: What Went Down 13
Tania Kovats 13
Alessandro Raho 13
Clive Head 13
Surreal Friends: Leonora Carrington, Remedios Varo and Kati Horna 14
Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art 14
F.C.B. Cadell: The Life and Works of a Scottish Colourist 1883-1937 14
Ivon Hitchens 14
Mary Fedden: Enigmas and Variations 15
Winifred Nicholson 15
Barbara Rae 15
Sheila Fell: A Passion for Paint 15
Terry Frost Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné 16
Albert Irvin: The Complete Prints 16
Ben Nicholson: Drawings and Painted Reliefs 16
Cyril Power Linocuts: A Complete Catalogue 16
The Pre-Raphaelite Lens: British Photography and Painting, 1848-1875 17
The Pre-Raphaelites and Italy 17
Claude Lorrain: The Enchanted Landscape 17
Cover: Barbara Rae, Edinburgh Festival Ruskin’s Venice: The Stones Revisited 17
Theatre (detail), 1994 (front); Archie The Drawings of Henry Moore 18
Brennan, Portrait of Mr Noble, 1980 London’s War: The Shelter Drawings of Henry Moore 18
(back) taken from The Art of Modern Celebrating Moore: Works from the Collection of The Henry Moore Foundation 18
Tapestry Henry Moore Textiles 18
Anthony Caro: 5-volume Boxed Set 19
Alan Reynolds: The Making of a Concretist Artist 19
Adrian Heath 19
Selected Highlights 20
Index 28 British Aviation Posters
Art, Design and Flight
Scott Anthony and Oliver Green
From Futurism and Modernism to Art Deco Age took UK aviation in new directions in the 2
and Surrealism, aviation was from its earliest 1950s with BOAC and BEA ushering in the
days inextricably linked with revolutionary development of jet airliners and a growing
new ways of seeing the world. Focusing on consumer market that needed to be serviced
the golden age of British civil aviation, British by new forms of marketing and promotion.
Aviation Posters shows how art and design
were applied with great creativity and style Drawing on British Airways’ premier poster
to develop and promote aviation in the UK collection and featuring the work of such
and beyond. distinguished designers as Theyre Lee-Elliott,
Ben Nicholson, Edward McKnight Kauffer,
The story begins with the air shows and F.H.K. Henrion, Gabby Schreiber, Robin
exhibitions of the early pioneers, through Day, Abram Games, Hugh Casson and Frank
the start of regular passenger flights in the Wootton, British Aviation Posters offers a
1920s and the creation of Imperial Airways definitive account of this seminal period in
as the UK national carrier in 1924. By the modern UK design history as Oliver Green
1930s passenger routes across the world and Scott Anthony show how posters,
were being developed and promoted with publicity and graphic design were used
increasingly sophisticated visual publicity to to express the speed, progress and sheer
persuade the British public to be more ‘air excitement of flight.
minded’ in a turbulent period of political and
social upheaval. The New Elizabethan
• The first comprehensive book on the
posters produced for Imperial Airways
and its successors
• Draws on British Airways’ premier
poster collection
• Published to coincide with the London
Olympics, for which British Airways is
the official carrier
• Features the the work of distinguished
artists and designers such as Theyre
Lee-Elliott, Ben Nicholson, Edward
McKnight Kauffer, F.H.K. Henrion,
Gabby Schreiber, Robin Day, Abram
Games, Hugh Casson and Frank
Lee Elliott, Fly from Cape Town to London and Whit-Sunday Excursion, 1930s
Published in association with British Airways Scott Anthony is a Leverhulme Fellow at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge. He writes
260 x 220 mm. 200 pages for the Guardian, has taught at the universities of Oxford, Manchester and Warwick, and is a
Includes 120 colour and 60 b&w illustrations regular collaborator with the British Film Institute and the Science Museum. He is the author of
ISBN 978-1-84822-084-3. Hardback. £35.00 Public Relations and the Making of Modern Britain (2012) and Night Mail (2007) and co-editor
July 2012 of The Projection of Britain: A History of the GPO Film Unit (2011). Oliver Green is former Head
Curator of the London Transport Museum, and is now a freelance historian, lecturer, author and
museum consultant. He has researched and curated numerous museum exhibitions and displays,
as well as writing extensively on London’s transport history and design. His publications include
Discovering London Railway Stations (2010), London Transport Posters (2008) and Underground
Art (1990/2001). He is co-author of a new history of the London Underground, to be published in
2012 for the 150th anniversary of the world’s first underground railway.
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New TitlesLondon Underground Maps
Art, Design and Cartography
Claire Dobbin
By documenting and guiding us on the the evolution of London’s diagrammatic 3
journeys we make every day, maps influence Underground map, introduced by Harry
the way we navigate and identify with our Beck’s iconic 1931 design, is expertly
surroundings. The Underground, London told. The legacy of Beck’s inspiring design
Transport, and its successor Transport for is highlighted through selected maps,
London have produced and inspired maps artworks, posters and merchandise.
which are navigational, decorative forms of
publicity and works of art. This book, which Incorporating design, art, cartographic, social
draws on the rich collections of the London and transport history, London Underground
Transport Museum, sets out to explore this Maps provides a fascinating account of the
unique form of visual communication. capital’s innovative approach to decoding
and promoting its complex underground
Covering the period from 1900 to the network. An accessible narrative coupled
present day, Claire Dobbin’s fascinating with first-class imagery make this book
narrative provides a chronological account a must for lovers of art, design and
of the mapping of London’s Underground. cartography as well as the history of London.
Starting with the magnificent early 20th-
century decorative maps of Macdonald Gill,
• Published to accompany a major
exhibition at the London Transport
Museum (18 May to 28 October 2012)
• Includes previously unseen material
from the London Transport Museum’s
historic map collection and also
privately owned works
• Places Harry Beck’s iconic Tube map
within the context of popular culture,
art and the social history of London
• Provides the first appraisal of
Macdonald Gill’s decorative maps,
based on new research
• Includes two new art works by Stephen
Walter and Claire Brewster and an
Poster Underground Map, designed by Henry Charles Beck with a decorative border by Charles original poster by Tim Fishlock
Shepard (Shep), 1946, Quad royal, 1016 mm x 1270 mm, Published by London Transport,
Printed by The Baynard Press
Claire Dobbin is Senior Curator at the London Transport Museum, where she specialises in the Published in association with the London
Underground’s design heritage and art patronage. She helped develop the Museum’s online Transport Museum
poster collection, co-curated the 2008 centenary exhibition The Art of the Poster, contributed to 270 x 249 mm. 136 pages
the book London Transport Posters, also published by Lund Humphries, and curated the Museum’s Includes 95 colour and 20 b&w illustrations
exhibition Mind the Map, an accompaniment to this publication. ISBN 978-1-84822-104-8. Hardback. £35.00
May 2012
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New TitlesPrunella Clough
Regions Unmapped
Frances Spalding
Prunella Clough (1919-99) was one of the readable account of Clough’s life and work 4
best and most original artists to emerge in breaks new ground.
the second half of the twentieth century. This
book celebrates her outstanding contribution Themes such as the importance of place
to British art, providing, for the first time, a in Clough’s oeuvre, and her interest in
comprehensive overview of Clough’s entire Surrealism, Neo-Romanticism and Abstract
career. Expressionism, run alongside broader
debates such as the artist’s position within
Situating the development of Clough’s art the English art scene and her critical
within the trajectory of her life, Frances reception. Her relationship with her aunt,
Spalding explores the key themes and designer and architect Eileen Gray, is given
inspirations that informed the artist’s work. due attention, as are other key alliances in
The author’s unique access to hitherto her life. With its breadth of material, Prunella
unpublished letters, a journal which Clough Clough: Regions Unmapped will appeal to a
kept in the late 1940s and notebooks from wide spectrum of readers, from those with a
the artist’s visits around England, combined general interest in the artist and the period to
with her extensive knowledge of twentieth- curators, collectors, dealers and academics.
century British art, ensures that this highly
• Provides the first comprehensive,
illustrated overview of Prunella
Clough’s entire career
• Accompanies a major exhibition at
Annely Juda Fine Art (opens May 2011)
• The author has drawn on hitherto
uninvestigated material to provide the
definitive account of Clough’s life and
• Written by an acclaimed author and
respected art historian
Prunella Clough, Fishermen with Sprats, 1948, Oil on canvas, 91.5 x 71 cm, Pembroke College,
Oxford, JCR Art Fund Collection (left), Fishermen in a Boat, 1949, Oil on canvas, 140 x 76 cm,
Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum © Estate of Prunella Clough 2011. All rights reserved DACS
260 x 220 mm. 240 pages Frances Spalding is an art historian, critic and biographer. She is the author of a centenary history of
Includes 110 colour and 30 b&w illustrations the Tate and of British Art since 1900, as well as much-acclaimed biographies of Roger Fry, Vanessa
ISBN 978-1-84822-011-9. Hardback. £35.00 Bell, Duncan Grant, Gwen Raverat, the poet Stevie Smith and of John and Myfanwy Piper. She
March 2012 is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art and
Professor of Art History at Newcastle University, and in 2005 was awarded a CBE for services to
visit our website:
New TitlesFrancis Bacon
Painting in a Godless World
Rina Arya
Throughout his career, Francis Bacon specifically animalism and mortality. By 5
(1909-92) made many anti-religious and, placing the work within the context of post-
more specifically, anti-Christian statements. war philosophical pre-occupations with the
Bacon was a militant atheist but his atheism death of God, the author provides a robust
was not a simple dismissal of religion and framework in which to view and interpret
religious belief. He exploited the symbols of Bacon’s complex images.
Christianity, especially the Crucifixion and
the Pope, in order to show its untenability in Refreshingly original, this book marks a
the modern age. new approach to appreciating the work of
one of the leading artists of the twentieth
Setting out to account for Bacon’s century.
recurrent and sustained use of religious
symbols, Rina Arya explains how the artist
redeployed religious iconography to convey
an experience of the human condition,
• Offers a novel perspective on a
fascinating aspect of Bacon studies
• Interdisciplinary, the book places equal
focus on the aesthetic and religious
aspects of Bacon’s work
• Intelligently contextualises a selection
of key works by Bacon, illuminating
Bacon’s position at the forefront of
twentieth-century art
Francis Bacon, Crucifixion, 1933, Chalk, gouache and pencil on paper, 64 x 48 cm, Private collection
(left), The Crucifixion, 1933, Oil on canvas, 111.5 x 86.5 cm, Private collection © Estate of Francis
Bacon 2011. All rights reserved DACS
Rina Arya is Reader in Visual Communication at the University of Wolverhampton. She has 260 x 220 mm. 176 pages
published a range of articles on Bacon which include discussions on his representations of the Includes 52 colour and 22 b&w illustrations
Crucifixion and the Pope, constructions of homosexuality in his work and the cultural aspects of ISBN 978-1-84822-044-7. Hardback. £40.00
Bacon’s art. She is also editor of Francis Bacon: Critical and Theoretical Perspectives (due to be April 2012
published in 2012).
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New TitlesThe Art of Modern Tapestry
Dovecot Studios since 1912
Edited by Elizabeth Cumming, with an essay by
Dovecot Director David Weir
Setting out to celebrate, document and such as Eduardo Paolozzi, David Hockney,
discuss the work and role of an international Robert Motherwell and Louise Nevelson.
tapestry workshop, Dovecot Studios, since Throughout Dovecot’s long history many
its foundation in Edinburgh in 1912, this Scottish artists have worked with the tapestry
groundbreaking publication explores the studio, and their intuitive sense of design and
artistic value, nature and identity of modern colour has often been richly matched by the
tapestry through images, essays and the imagination of the artist weavers. Experiment
commentaries of weavers, artists and and partnership with innovative artists and
patrons. makers have been, and actively remain, key
to Dovecot’s unique position within the fields
Dovecot Studios has constantly evolved of craft and contemporary art.
since it was established before the Great
War. Initial Arts and Crafts ideals developed Discussing Dovecot’s history along with its
into a more proactive engagement with contemporary work, and exploring the range
modernism from the 1950s, when designs of textiles produced by the Studio – which
came from leading British artists such include wall hangings, chair-cover designs,
as Graham Sutherland, Henry Moore, carpets, textile mobiles and formal robes
Stanley Spencer, Cecil Beaton and John – The Art of Modern Tapestry offers the
Piper. In the 1960s international ambition definitive account of one of the world’s most
partnered a quest for experimentation, as innovative centres of textile-art production.
characterised by collaborations with artists
• Published to accompany Dovecot
Studios’ centenary exhibition, opening
in July 2012 during the Edinburgh
International Festival
• Provides the definitive account of one
of the world's most innovative tapestry
• Features tapestries designed by
leading modern artists such as Graham
Sutherland, David Hockney, Robert
Motherwell, Eduardo Paolozzi and
Louise Nevelson
• Includes accounts by weavers, artists
and patrons
James More, Dunedin Fund tapestry, 1986
Published in association with Art historian and curator, Dr Elizabeth Cumming is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Universities
Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh of Glasgow and Edinburgh, and a former Keeper of the Edinburgh City Art Centre and lecturer
260 x 220 mm. 192 pages in design history at Edinburgh College of Art. She has written many catalogues and articles on
Includes 130 colour and 10 b&w illustrations nineteenth- and twentieth-century Scottish art and design. Her books include The Arts and Crafts
ISBN 978-1-84822-105-5. Hardback. £40.00 Movement (with Wendy Kaplan, 1991) and Hand, Heart and Soul: The Arts and Crafts Movement
July 2012 in Scotland (2006). David Weir practised as a lawyer in Glasgow and London before moving to
live and work in France. Since 2000, as Director of Dovecot Studios, he has devoted his time to re-
energising and developing its artistic vision and activity. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, David
Weir is also a member of the Worshipful Company of Weavers and currently sits on the Board of
Creative Edinburgh.
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New TitlesKurt Jackson
A New Genre of Landscape Painting
New in Paperback
Mark Cocker, Helen Dunmore, Bill Hare, Howard Jacobson,
Richard Mabey, Philip Marsden, Bel Mooney, William Packer, John
Russell Taylor, Tim Smit and Mike Tooby
‘...a truly fascinating book about an career spanning almost thirty years. An
immensely compelling and important Oxbridge graduate in zoology, Jackson
contemporary artist.’ The Artist travelled widely before settling in Cornwall in
1984 both to immerse himself in the arts and
Exploring the career to date of artist and become more involved in his commitment
Published in association with the Lemon Street environmentalist Kurt Jackson (b.1961), to the environment. For Jackson, the fleeting
Gallerythis visually rich publication, now available impression is not of interest – in all his
270 x 228 mm. 144 pages
as an attractive paperback, has at its centre paintings his aim is to convey his feelings
Includes 90 colour and 40 b&w illustrations
the artist and the natural world. Jackson’s and sense of awareness of a particular ISBN 978-1-84822-102-4. Paperback. £19.99
paintings are set in places that he has environment that he knows intimately. January 2012
travelled to and explored regularly, and
are created by an individual with a deep Offering insights into the extensive range of
understanding of natural history and ecology, materials and techniques that the artist uses,
politics and environmental issues. Kurt Jackson provides the definitive account
of this fascinating artist’s career to date
Described in the Financial Times as ‘one and as such is essential reading for anyone
of Britain’s most compelling contemporary interested in 21st-century British art.
painters’, Jackson has had a distinguished
The Art & Craft of Richard
Edited and with an Introduction by Paul Bonaventura
The Art & Craft of Richard Woods is a In his introductory essay, Paul Bonaventura
uniquely revealing and beautifully designed explores the artist's approach to making,
publication that surveys the full extent of the focusing on life in his busy studio. Thereafter
artist's creativity from initial idea through to each case study is contextualised in a
completed work. series of short texts, ranging from personal
commentaries by the artist's co-creatives,
Covering the last decade of Woods's patrons, assistants and friends through
career, the book profiles a multitude of to facsimiles of exhibition press releases,
representative case studies. These studies magazine reviews and news coverage.
305 x 235mm. 192 pagesprovide detailed insights into the production
Includes 280 colour and 120 b&w illustrationsprocesses associated with the entire range Complementing the hugely successful
ISBN 978-1-84822-108-6. Hardback. £40.00
of the artist's output, including the interior monograph on the artist, which was co-
May 2012
and exterior installations for which he is published by Lund Humphries in 2006, The
best known, together with his paintings, Art & Craft of Richard Woods is essential
sculptures, furniture, prints, fabrics and reading for those interested in this innovative
lighting. and multi-talented artist.
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New TitlesWhere an ebook ISBN is shown these volumes Announcing the first two books in a new series of
will be available as ebooks alongside the
printed editions. We do not sell ebooks directly, Handbooks in International Art Business
but there are several easy purchase options
available to individuals and libraries.
In 2012 Lund Humphries launches an exciting new partnership with Sotheby’s Institute of Art
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to publish a series of accessible, practical handbooks to different aspects of the commercial
art world, aimed at professionals working within art businesses of all kinds, as well those
preparing for careers in the commercial art world.
Chinese Antiquities
An Introduction to the Art Market8
Audrey Wang
Chinese Antiquities: An Introduction to the and the repatriation of national treasures.
Art Market provides an essential guide to The rise of the Chinese auction houses,
the growing market for Chinese antiquities, and the growing prominence of Chinese
encompassing all sectors of the market, from art as one of the top commodities in the
Classical Chinese paintings and calligraphy to international art market, are also examined,
ceramics, jade, bronze and ritual sculpture. bringing into question whether this recent
phenomenon is merely a short-lived trend
The different Western and Chinese or a long-term fixture of the 21st-century art
perceptions of Chinese art are examined market.
in detail throughout the book to provide
an understanding of how the market for Aimed at current and aspiring collectors,
Chinese antiquities has developed over investors and galleries interested in Chinese
the last century. An historical analysis antiquities, the book sets out to demystify
Published in association with of the issues surrounding the infamous the process of buying and selling in the Asian
Sotheby’s Institute of Art
Yuanmingyuan incident of 1860, in which context, highlighting Asia-specific issues
244 x 172 mm. 240 pages
foreign troops plundered cartloads of that market-players might encounter and Includes 56 colour and b&w illustrations
Imperial Chinese treasures and shipped them making this category of art more accessible ISBN 978-1-84822-065-2. Hardback. £30.00
to Europe, sets the scene for the current to newcomers to the market. ebook ISBN 978-1-84822-107-9. £30.00
trend in China for patriotic art investments March 2012
Corporate Art Collections
A Handbook to Corporate Buying
Charlotte Appleyard and James Salzmann
This new volume in the series of Handbooks collection. The second category includes
in International Art Business published those collections that seek to say something
in association with Sotheby’s Institute about the company’s corporate identity:
of Art offers a timely guide to corporate these collections have become very involved
collecting, examining the history, nature and with how the company would like to project
importance of corporate collecting and the itself. The third category is philanthropic
different reasons for starting and maintaining collections: those that structure their
corporate collections, including investment, collection strategy around a charitable remit.
cultural caché, and asset diversification. And finally the all-rounders: those companies
whose work with the arts permeates their
Why do institutions take the plunge into an identity, office environment, social outreach
asset class that is usually very far from their and sponsorship.
Published in association with core businesses? The authors categorise
Sotheby’s Institute of Art modern corporate art collections into Based on interviews with the curators,
244 x 172 mm. 240 pages four broad categories. First, there is the consultants and investors who run such
Includes c. 24 colour illustrations traditional corporate collection, where works collections, and more extended case studies
ISBN 978-1-84822-071-3. Hardback. £30.00
are purchased directly from galleries or of important collections worldwide, the book
ebook ISBN 978-1-84822-109-3. £30.00
artists to enhance the office environments. concludes with an examination of when June 2012
Many of the collections that fall into this corporate collecting becomes a liability
category – largely banks or financial- and the market-impact of deaccessioning,
service organisations – have some of the looking ahead to the future of corporate
best-quality works of any corporately held collecting.
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