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The Orvis Guide to Upland Hunting

The Orvis Guide to Upland Hunting

Written by Reid Bryant, Foreword by Simon Perkins, Contribution by The Orvis Company, Photographed by Brian Grossenbacher

An extensively illustrated and definitive resource that explains all there is to know about upland hunting. The Orvis Guide to Upland Hunting provides an in-depth primer for new or aspiring hunters, offering a solid understanding of upland hunting from A to Z. With stunning images by acclaimed outdoor photographer Brian Grossenbacher, this book is far more than an instructional piece: it will give the pursuit of upland game birds flesh, emotion, and identity.
The book offers instruction…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $55.00

Osteria

Osteria

Written by Slow Food Editore, Translated by Natalie Danford

This celebration of the simple, hospitable cooking of Italy’s small regional restaurants is unmatched in both authenticity and scope.

Slow Food, the international defender of local food traditions, scoured the countryside of every region of Italy to collect and share the best traditional recipes from osterie, the humble local taverns that preserve the heritage of true Italian cooking. This cookbook is the culmination of that research—1,000 compelling recipes that highlight ingenuity with rustic ingredients and…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 506 pages | $45.00

Painting a Nation

Painting a Nation

Written by Thomas Denenberg, John Wilmerding and Katie Wood Kirchhoff

An in-depth look at one of the richest collections of American art, assembled by Electra Havemeyer Webb, renowned collector and founder of Shelburne Museum.
 
Electra Havemeyer Webb assembled Shelburne Museum’s trove of American paintings in the late 1950s, creating a renowned and rich survey of American portraits, landscapes, marine paintings, sporting art, still lifes, and genre scenes from the eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries. During an era that preferred European modernism and abstraction, Webb’s…

June 2017 | Hardcover | 160 pages | $45.00

Painting California

Painting California

Written by Jean Stern and Molly Siple, Foreword by Elaine Adams

Luminous, gorgeously realized landscape paintings made en plein air by members of the California Art Club over the past 100 years.  This volume showcases 200 works by California Art Club artists who have focused on the evocative seascapes, charming seaside towns, and beach communities from San Diego to San Francisco, demonstrating a breathtaking range of natural settings suffused with atmosphere, drama, and light. Since the dawn of the twentieth century, California has been home to artists…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 276 pages | $55.00

Palazzo della Civilta Italiana

Palazzo della Civilta Italiana

Edited by Mario Piazza, Text by Franco La Cecla

A stunning portrait of the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome, the iconic building where Fendi relocated its headquarters.
 
In 2015, the storied fashion house Fendi moved its headquarters into the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome, a stark white cube perforated by symmetrical arches. Originally commissioned as part of an exhibition on Roman civilization for the 1942 world’s fair, the architects took their cues from ancient history to create a building that was quintessentially…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 276 pages | $75.00

Park Avenue Potluck

Park Avenue Potluck

Written by Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering and Florence Fabricant

To benefit America’s leading center for the research and treatment of all types of cancer, here is a cookbook with a cause par excellence. The members of The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center are some of the most celebrated partygivers in New York City’s fundraising world. Now the ladies of the society have opened up their private recipe files to present foolproof dishes that will turn any event–whether a cocktail party for sixty or a…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $14.98

Petra Collins

Petra Collins

Written by Petra Collins, Contribution by Marilyn Minter and Alessandro Michele, Introduction by Laurie Simmons

The first monograph by photographer Petra Collins presents the world of a thoroughly modern creative.
Since bursting into the zeitgeist, the precocious Petra Collins has captured the hearts of the art and fashion worlds alike. Collins champions an inclusive mode of representation that inspires young women to celebrate how they live now and their agency in creating their image. When Collins shoots—in series ranging from controversial self-portraits to emotionally charged and intensely colored works—she operates on the…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home

Written by Gil Schafer III, Photographed by Eric Piasecki

For award-winning architect Gil Schafer, the most successful houses are the ones that celebrate the small moments of life—houses with timeless charm that are imbued with memory and anchored in a distinct sense of place. Essentially, Schafer believes a house is truly successful when the people who live there consider it home. It’s this belief—and Schafer’s rare ability to translate his clients’ deeply personal visions of how they want to live into a physical home that…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $55.00

Poetry of Place

Poetry of Place

Written by Bobby McAlpine and Susan Sully

An appealing approach to creating dwellings blending vernacular styles, fine craftsmanship, and indigenous materials. 

This volume features the recent projects of McAlpine, one of the country’s most highly respected architecture and interior design firms, renowned for its timeless houses exemplifying the charm and elegance of traditional and vernacular English, American, and European styles blended with a modern sensibility.

Following from their first book, The Home Within Us, this book profiles twenty stunning projects, from a stone…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $55.00

Portzamparc Buildings

Portzamparc Buildings

Written by Philip Jodidio and Christian de Portzamparc

At the pinnacle of his profession and powers, Christian de Portzamparc is a shining star in the firmament of high design.
 
Pritzker Prize–winning architect Christian de Portzamparc is renowned for bold yet artful architecture that is at once sensitive to its context while at the same time being novel, adventurous, and frequently exciting. One57, the soaring residential skyscraper in New York, with unparalleled views of Central Park, is perhaps his most famous building in the…

November 2017 | Hardcover | 360 pages | $85.00

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