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The Discovery of Paris Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-century British Artists has been published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Wallace Collection, London. The book looks at watercolour scenes of Paris by British artists working in the French capital in the early 1800s.
The Wallace Collection presents an exhibition entitled The Discovery of Paris: Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-Century British Artists.
British Museum presents Bonaparte and the British: prints and propaganda in the age of Napoleon
Georgians Revealed, an exhibition at the British Library, shows life as it really was in Georgian times.
The magnificent and luxurious North French Miscellany is one of the most important Hebrew manuscripts in the British Library's collection, attracting calligraphers and historians from around the world.
Beyond El Dorado power and gold in ancient Colombia has been published to accompany an exhibition at The British Museum.
An introduction to the British Museum's fascinating collection of fine gold objects.
Georgians Revealed - Life, Style and the Making of Modern Britain, published by the British Library, is one of the most interesting books I've ever read. It looks at the period between 1714 and 1830 when four Georges sat on the British throne.
A Front Row Seat, by Kirstin Sinclair, charts the history of fashion shows and captures the excitement of modern-day catwalk spectaculars.
Out of this World... explores science fiction, not just as a literary genre, but as a way of looking at different ideas about society, science, politics, and the future.
Nash Nevinson Spencer Gertler Carrington Bomberg A Crisis of Brilliance has been published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name held at Dulwich Picture Gallery during summer 2013.
The Queen's Coronation 1953 Official Souvenir Album has been published to accompany an exhibition of the same name that forms part of the 2013 Summer Opening at Buckingham Palace.
Are you looking for somewhere interesting and unusual to go this summer? Australian Season is a celebration of Indigenous Australian culture at the British Museum. The event is sponsored by the international mining group, Rio Tinto, and is on display from April to October 2011.
Tate Modern and Tate Britain have outstanding exhibitions, both ticketed and free, planned for 2016. Works by Frank Auerbach, Mark Rothko, Susan Philipsz and Abraham Cruzvillegas are sure to attract large audiences.
Dulwich Picture Gallery presents an exhibition exploring the work of British artist Winifred Knights.
The Glamour of Bellville Sassoon chronicles David Sassoon's fifty-year career and his position at the forefront of the British fashion industry.
Beyond El Dorado features more than 300 spectacular items demonstrating the extraordinary metalworking skills of ancient Colombian craftsmen over a period from 1600 BC to AD 1600.
This book examines innovations in manufacturing methods, changing tastes and fashion trends in Georgian Britain from tableware to wallpaper and from ceramics to clothing.
Christine de Pisan, the first known professional female writer, successfully supported her family by writing poems and ballads for the European nobility of the Middle Ages.