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Edvard Munch: Love and Angst

This work takes readers beyond The Scream and into Munch’s creative process and deeply felt emotions. Disturbing at times but always moving and a reminder of the human experience we all share.

Reading Art: Art for Book Lovers

This imaginative approach to art history and how images tell a story is accessible to both scholars and lay readers.

Van Gogh and Music: A Symphony in Blue and Yellow

A compelling work opening up a new area of study of this challenging artist. Useful for examining the interweaving of all art forms and their impact on the creative process.

Vincent's Portraits: Paintings and Drawings by van Gogh

Written with care and affection but not on a particularly scholarly level, this title is a solid choice for upper high school students and lay readers.

Thomas Cole's Journey: Atlantic Crossings

This thought-provoking and stimulating work presents the familiar made new and the new made clear.

Cézanne Portraits

This work, which offers the opportunity to view another side of the life work of a very popular artist, should appeal to the general public as well as scholars in the field.

Renoir: Intimacy

Familiar paintings take on a new aura in this volume and may be of interest to those who appreciate the work of Renoir.

The Illustrated Dust Jacket, 1920–1970

Lovely to view, delightful to read, but necessary only for collections of book arts and similar areas, or those collections dedicated to one or more of the artists included.

Modern Painters, Old Masters: The Art of Imitation from the Pre-Raphaelites to the First World War

A fascinating aspect of 19th-century painting but not an essential addition to the literature.

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