Choose from an array of book titles covering a range of periods and styles including authoritative works of established Courtauld authors.

  • The Bloomsbury Cookbook

    The Bloomsbury Cookbook


    Part cookbook, part social and cultural history, this book will delight both Bloomsbury group aficionados and those new to the subject, with over 170 recipes from members of the group, including Frances Partridge, Helen Anrep and David and Angelica Garnett, accompanied by hundreds of paintings, photographs and quotations.


  • The Courtauld Gallery Masterpieces

    The Courtauld Gallery Masterpieces


    This guide presents a selection of Masterpieces from The Courtauld Gallery’s collection, stretching from the early Renaissance to the twentieth century.


  • The Essential Gombrich

    The Essential Gombrich


    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 Gentleman's Letter Writer

    The Gentleman’s Letter Writer


    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 Glory of Byzantium and Early Christendom

    The Glory of Byzantium and Early Christendom


    A celebration of 300 of the finest works of art and expressions of the Christian faith from the millennium between the end of the Roman Empire and the beginning of the Renaissance. This luxurious book presents the full range of Byzantine art in sumptuous glory, with glittering illustrations and concise descriptions by art historian Antony Eastmond.


  • The Power of Art

    The Power of Art


    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

    The Value of Art


    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.


  • Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Époque

    Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Époque


    The celebrated French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901) created works that epitomize the theatricality, elegance, and decadence of late-19th-century Paris.


  • Vanessa Bell: Portrait of the Bloomsbury Artist

    Vanessa Bell: Portrait of the Bloomsbury Artist


    Vanessa Bell is central to the history of the Bloomsbury Group, yet until this authorised biography was written, she largely remained a silent and inscrutable figure. Tantalising glimpses of her life appeared mainly in her sister, Virginia Woolf’s, letters, diaries and biography.


  • Virginia Woolf by Alexandra Harris

    Virginia Woolf by Alexandra Harris


    This gripping new account offers an ideal introduction to both the life and work of Virginia Woolf. It considers each of Woolf’s novels in context, traces the contentious course of her afterlife, and shows why, seventy years after her death, Virginia Woolf continues to haunt and inspire us.


  • The Bloomsbury Group by Frances Spalding

    The Bloomsbury Group by Frances Spalding


    At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Bloomsbury Group transformed British culture with their innovative approach to art, design and society.