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Granny Alphabet

Artist-photographer has won a cult following for his flamboyant, lavishly staged and surrealist fashion photography. Now he brings his unique brand of very British fantasia to a subject close to his and all our hearts: grandmothers. This volume offers an assortment of characterful portraits.

Eileen Gray: Her Life and Work

Adam, Peter
A fascinating rediscovery of the life and work of Eileen Gray, one of the twentieth century's most important designers.

Sacred Britannia: The Gods & Rituals of Roman Britain

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda
A timely and up-to-date account of religion in Roman Britain.

Who's Afraid Of Contemporary Art?

An, Kyung
An accessible and irreverent introduction to the art and art world of today, written by two curators at the heart of the contemporary art scene.

James Joyce

Anderson, Chester G.
An examination of Joyce as one of the greatest modern writers, and a study of his life in relation to his four great books: "Dubliners", "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man", "Ulysses" and "Finnegans Wake". Photographs of Joyce, his family and his surroundings cover all phases of his life.

Flying Machine Kit

Arnold, Nick
A guide to aerodynamics that has five fabulous flying machines to make. It includes two specially designed paper planes, a rubber-band-powered single-prop plane, a unique, superspeedy twin-prop plane and a vertical take-off helicopter.

Nature's Palette: A colour reference system from the natural world

Baty, Patrick
The first-ever visual expansion of Werner's Nomenclature of Colours, featuring over 800 illustration references from the natural world.

The Anatomy of Colour: The Story of Heritage Paints and Pigments

Baty, Patrick
A comprehensive and beautifully illustrated history of the paints and colours used over three centuries of interior decoration.

Mystery Cults in the Ancient World

Bowden, Hugh

Ireland's Forgotten Past : A History of the Overlooked and Disremembered

Bunbury, Turtle
Ireland's Forgotten Past paints a surprising, witty and engaging new portrait of an Ireland you thought you knew. With 37 illustrations

The Irish Diaspora: Tales of Emigration, Exile and Imperialism

Bunbury, Turtle
Explores the lives of over forty men and women - great and otherwise - whose pioneering journeys beyond the Irish shore played a profound role in world history.