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  • A Garden for All Seasons

    Enter the garden paradise of Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Washington, D.C., estate in this first book on the history and design of the remarkable grounds. A Garden for All…

    April 2020 Hardcover $50.00 978-0-8478-6788-2

  • A Wild Note of Longing

    This long-overdue new look at the life and work of Albert Pinkham Ryder explores the artist’s deeply visionary paintings and the powerful and enduring paths he forged for…

    June 2020 Hardcover $65.00 978-0-8478-6904-6

  • Alice Trumbull Mason

    The first comprehensive publication exploring the life and art of pioneering American abstract artist Alice Trumbull Mason is perfect for audiences eager to discover unsung yet brilliantly talented…

    May 2020 Hardcover $65.00 978-0-8478-6699-1

  • Alma Allen

    Called “an offspring of Brancusi and early-twentieth-century abstraction” by the Whitney Biennial, where his work was presented in 2014, Alma Allen creates sculptures that have been the critical…

    June 2020 Hardcover $65.00 978-0-8478-6823-0

  • Anne Brigman

    A look at one of the first feminist artists, Pictorialist photographer Anne Brigman, best known for her iconic landscape photographs made in the early 1900s depicting female nudes…

    April 2020 Hardcover $115.00 978-0-8478-6929-9

  • At First Light

    At First Light chronicles twenty-six extraordinary artists of the last two hundred years who have lived and worked in Maine. Published to coincide with the state’s bicentennial in…

    March 2020 Hardcover $55.00 978-0-8478-6789-9

  • Bata Shoe Museum

    The Bata Shoe Museum has an extraordinary collection of more than 14,000 artifacts, dating from as far back as 4,500 years to the present day. Founded by Sonja…

    April 2020 Trade Paperback $19.95 978-0-8478-6786-8

  • Bosco Sodi

    The first comprehensive publication on Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi, whose paintings and sculptures combine preindustrial minimalist and arte povera traditions with elements of Oaxacan and Japanese culture. Sodi…

    July 2020 Hardcover $85.00 978-0-8478-6787-5

  • City/Game

    The players, people, flavor, and contributions New York has given the game. From the playgrounds to the NBA, New York has invented a way of playing basketball, and…

    February 2020 Hardcover $45.00 978-0-8478-6762-2

  • David Wiseman

    An intimate look at this highly acclaimed and popular L.A.-based contemporary designer and artist, who marries old-world techniques with a modern twist, and is best known for his…

    April 2020 Hardcover $75.00 978-0-8478-6490-4

  • Gio Ponti in the American West

    The only book devoted to the sole building ever built in the United States by the mid-century Italian master architect and designer, whose brand has a cult following…

    June 2020 Hardcover $55.00 978-0-8478-6896-4

  • Global and Local/New Projects

    The second volume of extraordinary and innovative projects by the award-winning architecture firm based in New York, London, and Istanbul. The scope of Emre Arolat Architecture (EAA) projects…

    July 2020 Hardcover $95.00 978-0-8478-6367-9

  • I Was A Teenage Banshee

    A Künstlerroman by British contemporary artist Sue Webster, which combines personal memoir with an exploration of the ongoing influence of youth, music, and Siouxsie and the Banshees on…

    March 2020 Trade Paperback $50.00 978-0-8478-6820-9

  • Lens on American Art

    A reflection of American art’s most iconic portraits that feature eyeglasses, and their significance to the artists–from Grant Wood to Alex Katz–through the lens of renowned art historian…

    March 2020 Hardcover $50.00 978-0-8478-6476-8

  • Maine and American Art

    In this expansive volume devoted to one of the premier art collections in the U.S., the rich and full picture of Maine’s central role in American art from…

    March 2020 Hardcover $65.00 978-0-8478-6704-2