Tapestry, aka needlepoint, is a wonderful craft to explore. It’s an old skill with a heritage of being passed on […]
Roger Fry by Virginia Woolf£9.99
Virginia Woolf was a close friend of Roger Fry for many years – after his death she wrote this loving account of his passion for art, his own painting, and his challenging critical theories.
The Angel of Charleston£16.99
Grace Higgens (1903-1983), described by Duncan Grant as ‘the angel of Charleston’ remained with the Bloomsbury Group for fifty years. Read her story here.
The Essential Gombrich£29.95
This volume presents an accessible selection of Professor Gombrich’s best and most characteristic writing, and introduces the general reader to his ideas and arguments on many fundamental questions.
The Gallery Companion: Understanding Western Art£9.95
The Gallery Companion unravels the legends behind many of the most popular and frequently painted figures and explains their symbolism, which is all too often overlooked or misunderstood.
The Gentleman’s Letter Writer£7.99
The Victorian era was perhaps the golden age of letter writing, an art that has largely now been lost in the face of modern technology and changing codes of conduct. ‘The Gentleman’s Letter Writer’ is at once a testament to the elegance of nineteenth-century communication and an entertaining insight into how carefully the Victorians chose their words – and the potentially disastrous effects if they did so imprudently!
The Power of Art£20.00
The Power of Art Closes in on intense make-or-break turning points in the lives of eight great artists who, under extreme stress, created something unprecedented, altering the course of art for ever. This title features Caravaggio, Bernini, Rembrandt, David, Turner, Van Gogh, Picasso and Rothko.
The Value of Art£14.99
In straightforward prose that doesn’t mystify art or deny its special allure, prominent art dealer and market expert Michael Findlay offers an up-close and personal view of almost a half-century in the business of art.
You Must Change Your Life£20.00
Paris, 1902: Renowned sculptor Auguste Rodin has just completed The Thinker. Rainer Maria Rilke is a delicate young visitor from Prague, broke and suffering from a case of writer’s block.
The Courtauld Shop is thrilled to share this fabulous blog post from our friends at The London Craft Club. On […]
Preferring to stay clear of the clichéd bouquet of roses this Valentine’s Day? We’ve put together a special collection of […]
We’ve sat down with the very talented designer and ceramic artist, Mia Sarosi, to find out more about her exclusive […]