Tudor Fashion was first published in hardback in 2017 and re-released in paperback in 2021. We are re-sharing this fascinating Q&A with author, Eleri Lynn.
Vid Simoniti considers the complexities of political art and discusses how and when art became politicised.
We’re sharing an extract from John Craxton: A Life of Gifts, which charts the beginnings of the friendship between Craxton and Lucian Freud.
Read an extract from David Ekserdjian’s book, in which the author takes the reader through how to read the altarpiece.
Read this free extract from Sonia Boyce: Feeling Her Way featuring an interview with the artist, in which she talks about growing up in the London Borough of Islington, her artistic inspirations and more.
In this extract, Mark Purcell introduces the reader to the themes and historical periods covered in The Country House Library.
Barbara Burman and Ariane Fennetaux guide you through the secretive and surprising world of pockets. Plus, read an extract from the book.
In this extract, Charles Harrison introduces his readers to key examples of print media such as Intaglio printing, Planographic printing and Japanese woodblock prints
Read an extract from Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered by Carmen C. Bambach
Pevsner Production Editor Linda McQueen gives her personal insights into what it has been like working in the Pevsner team since 2015.
In this article, author of Art of the Grimoire, Owen Davies has chosen seven texts – from across…
Women Artists Together is a thought-provoking study of how the women’s liberation movement galvanised a generation of women artists….
A Little History of Art is a thrilling journey through centuries of art, from the first artworks ever…
he Pevsner team reflects on the history of this iconic series, and considers its importance in the field of architecture, over 70 years since the series was born.
Drawing on unpublished photographs and extensive new research, The Bloomsbury Look is the first in-depth analysis of how the Bloomsbury…