James Farmer believes in decorating with classic tastes melded with fresh approaches for how we live and love in homes. In these homes high style and relaxed comfort are displayed hand in hand for a beautiful Southern style inspiration. 239 pp.
The first book of its kind tells the story of the bison—its history, majesty, cultural significance and comeback story—through the stunning, dramatic photography of Audrey Hall and the brilliant essays by Chase Reynolds Ewald. 223 pp.
A guided tour of the history of art through it scandals, rivalries and shocking acts shares dozens of lavishly illustrated stories of such dramatic moments and argues how they affected the history of art for the better. 183 pp.
This catalogue complements the first comprehensive retrospective in the United States of Imogen Cunningham's work in over 35 years. An early feminist, Cunningham engaged with Pictorialism and Modernism; genres of portraiture, landscape, the nude, still life and street photography; and themes such as flora, dancers and music, hands and the elderly. 245 pp.
Examines decorated books produced across the globe during the period traditionally known as medieval. 285 pp.