Apollo Magazine (UK)
NEW FROM THE GETTY
Edited by Ariane Thomas and Timothy Potts
A rich and vivid overview of the “cradle of civilization,” exploring Mesopotamia’s economy, religion, cities, cuneiform writing, rulers, and history—as well as its enduring presence in the contemporary imagination.
J. PAUL GETTY MUSEUM Paperback £50.00
American Prints from 1900 to 1950
Stephanie Schrader, James Glisson, and Alexander Nemerov
This engaging work examines a rich selection of early twentieth-century American prints, which frequently focused on the crowded, chaotic, and gritty modern city.
J. PAUL GETTY MUSEUM Hardcover £28.00
Herculaneum and the House of the Bicentenary
History and Heritage
Sarah Court and Leslie Rainer
This accessible book provides a striking account of the life, destruction, rediscovery, and cultural significance of the Roman town of Herculaneum and its grandest residence—the House of the Bicentenary.
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Prints, Process, Politics
Edited by Louis Marchesano
Exploring the German printmaker’s most creative years, this collection examines Käthe Kollwitz’s sequences of images with a focus on the tension between making and meaning.
GETTY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Hardcover £30.00
The Artist’s Materials
The newest addition to the Artist’s Materials series is the first technical study of the Australian modern painter Sidney Nolan, examining his innovative use of commercial and household paints among other diverse materials.
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A Rare Treatise on Interior Decoration and Architecture
Joseph Friedrich zu Racknitz’s
Presentation and History of the Taste of the Leading Nations
Joseph Friedrich zu Racknitz Edited and translated by Simon Swynfen Jervis
An examination of a rare eighteenth-century conspectus of architectural and decorative taste, this volume provides a unique glimpse into the German Enlightenment, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century architecture, decorative arts, and garden design.
GETTY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Hardcover £65.00