by Beryl Cook
Naughty but nice veteran illustrator Beryl Cook returns to form with a candid and comic look at the great British public enjoying itself in and out of the water in the irreverent and wickedly perceptive "Cruising".
"Van Gogh Face to Face"
By George Keyes et al
"The most famous painter in the history of Western art": Vincent Van Gogh's astonishing talents as a portraitist are revealed in "Van Gogh Face to Face: The Portraits", a beautifully illustrated and chronological look at the late 19th-century's most vibrant and original artist.
***A HISTORY OF THE TATTOO: AUTHOR ARTICLE BY JANE CAPLAN***
The anthropological and cultural aspects of body art take on a new meaning in Jane Caplan's accessible and absorbing "Written on the Body: The Tattoo in European and American History".
"Up and Down"
by Marc Riviere
"No Sleep Till Canvey Island"
by Will Birch
"Art Nouveau 1890-1914"
by Paul Greenhalgh
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