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Picture of Broad Leaf Snow Tree

Signed copies

Publisher's Description

Yoichi Watanabe was born and lives in Hokkaido district, very north part with much snow, in Japan. Making use of skills of skiing he has been taking photographs in snow mountains while traveling all over world. His activity based in Niseko area, contributes to cultural development around there. He is one of the leading person in snow sports photography.

  • MATCH and Company Co., Ltd.
  • 2012 / 24 page / 18 photographs
  • 257mm×182mm / softcover
  • Limited Edition. 700 Copies.
  • MA000_00024
Yoichi Watanabe

Signed copies

Publisher's Description

Yoichi Watanabe was born and lives in Hokkaido district, very north part with much snow, in Japan. Making use of skills of skiing he has been taking photographs in snow mountains while traveling all over world. His activity based in Niseko area, contributes to cultural development around there. He is one of the leading person in snow sports photography.

  • MATCH and Company Co., Ltd.
  • 2012 / 24 page / 18 photographs
  • 257mm×182mm / softcover
  • Limited Edition. 700 Copies.
  • MA000_00024
£24.00

Picture of With Trees

Overseas deliveries  Please note that, as this is a heavy item, overseas postage will be charged at twice our standard rates.

Publisher's Description

Dav Thomas is a large format landscape photographer based close to the Peak District Nation Park in The UK. This book showcases Dav’s catalogue of work celebrating his love and connection with trees.

Geoff Wittig gave it a great review in Online Photographer concluding "I’m most reminded of Robert Glenn Ketchum’s work in his book The Hudson River and the Highlands, which is high praise indeed. With Trees leaves me itching to go out and take some forest photographs of my own. It's hard to ask for more from a landscape photography monograph. "

See here for samples.

Publisher:Triplekite Publishing

112 pages

Dav Thomas
Dav Thomas is a large format landscape photographer based close to the Peak District Nation Park in The UK. This book showcases Dav’s catalogue of work celebrating his love and connection with trees.
£40.00

Picture of Sakura. Cherry Blossom

Publisher's Description

In April 2011 the cherry blossoms were blooming beautifully in Japan. Mika Ninagawa’s photographs of that spring are collected here and reproduced in full startling colour.

Publisher: Kawade Shobo Shinsha

Size: 190 x 270 mm

128 pages, 64 colour illustrations

Publisher's price: £27

Mika Ninagawa
In April 2011 the cherry blossoms were blooming beautifully in Japan. Mika Ninagawa’s photographs of that spring are collected here and reproduced in full startling colour.
£26.50

Picture of Mushrooms from the Forest

Publisher's Description

Photographer Takashi Homma takes us on a journey deep into densely wooded areas in search of the many different types of fungus that grow there. More the collection of a curious wanderer than a serious hobbyist, the unidentified mushrooms are photographed against sterile white backgrounds as if recently plucked from the forest floor, with soil, bark and even small creatures still attached. The fungal portraits are interspersed with images of the forest itself, as if providing a natural context – a sense of actually being there – with surroundings of lichen covered trees, dense leafage, and the natural interplay of shadow and light.

Publisher: Blind Gallery

Size: 170 x 260 mm

276 pages

Publisher's price: £72.50

Tatakashi Homma
Photographer Takashi Homma takes us on a journey deep into densely wooded areas in search of the many different types of fungus that grow there.
£70.75

Picture of Encyclopedia of Flowers: Flower Works by Makoto Azuma

Publisher's Description

Encyclopedia of Flowers is a visual exploration of the breathtaking floral arrangements by Makoto Azuma—encounters of unusual, sometimes exotic plants that wouldn’t typically occur in nature. With his meticulously composed photographs,
Shunsuke Shiinoki exposes the flowers’ tenuous existence, their fragile forms, continuous metamorphoses, and inevitable decay.

In a contemporary manner, Encyclopedia of Flowers immerses the reader in a universe of extraordinary beauty while at the same time addressing dichotomies such as durability and vanity, artificiality and nature, hybrid culture and environmental change. This volume by the Japanese “haute-couture” florists includes an introduction by Makoto Azuma and an index identifying all of the more than 2,000 featured species with their binomial names.

Sample images here.

Publisher: Lars Müller Publishers

Size: 165 × 248 mm

512 pages, 203 color illustrations

Photographed by Shunsuke Shiinoki
Encyclopedia of Flowers is a visual exploration of the breathtaking floral arrangements by Makoto Azuma—encounters of unusual, sometimes exotic plants that wouldn’t typically occur in nature.
£45.00

Picture of Proof (Signed Copy)

Publisher's Description
Anthropomorphism has long been a trademark of van Dongen's work. However, what distinguishes the pictures assembled in “Proof” is their illustration of the unexpected and breathtaking effect of time on untreated master proofs. Though some of these Polaroid images are no older than a few years, they all seem to have been pulled from an exquisite, moldering time capsule. Unstable chemicals have randomly burned, flashed and splashed his fine images. The result is spellbinding. Perky blooms and sensual bouquets simultaneously relay a wisdom of age and mortality. Ron van Dongen’s photographs have been the subject of numerous monographs, and are widely exhibited and collected in the United States, Europe and Asia. This first edition of “Proof” is limited to 750 copies for international distribution.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 11 x 14"
56 pages, 47 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
Ron Van Dongen

Publisher's Description
Anthropomorphism has long been a trademark of van Dongen's work. However, what distinguishes the pictures assembled in “Proof” is their illustration of the unexpected and breathtaking effect of time on untreated master proofs. Though some of these Polaroid images are no older than a few years, they all seem to have been pulled from an exquisite, moldering time capsule. Unstable chemicals have randomly burned, flashed and splashed his fine images. The result is spellbinding. Perky blooms and sensual bouquets simultaneously relay a wisdom of age and mortality. Ron van Dongen’s photographs have been the subject of numerous monographs, and are widely exhibited and collected in the United States, Europe and Asia. This first edition of “Proof” is limited to 750 copies for international distribution.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 11 x 14"
56 pages, 47 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
£45.00

Picture of Seeing Trees - Discover the Extraordinary Secrets of Everyday Trees
Publisher's Description
For many, the tree is a symbol of longevity, integrity, and enduring beauty. But how many of us have truly seen a tree? How well do we know the intimate details and secrets of that old familiar oak in the backyard? In Seeing Trees, author Nancy Ross Hugo teaches us a whole new way of watching a tree. And in breathtaking shots of striking detail, photographer Robert Llewellyn shows us why it's worth it.

On every page we see the miracle of seeds maturing, leaves unfurling, and flowers emerging. But moreover, this book teaches us what to look for when we slow down and take the time — what we can see in the scars of a leaf, the twig structure, and the pattern of the bark. With profiles of the most familiar and beloved species, including the American Beech, the Red Maple, the Southern Magnolia, and the Tulip Poplar, Seeing Trees opens our eyes to a tree's shy magnificence, and invites us to deepen our relationship with these earthly treasures.

You can view images from this book on the Timber Press website.

Publisher: Timber Press
Size: 255 x 215 mm
244 pages, 175 colour photograohs

Publisher's Price: £ 18.99
Nancy Ross Hugo and Robert Llewellyn
Publisher's Description
For many, the tree is a symbol of longevity, integrity, and enduring beauty. But how many of us have truly seen a tree? How well do we know the intimate details and secrets of that old familiar oak in the backyard? In Seeing Trees, author Nancy Ross Hugo teaches us a whole new way of watching a tree. And in breathtaking shots of striking detail, photographer Robert Llewellyn shows us why it's worth it.

On every page we see the miracle of seeds maturing, leaves unfurling, and flowers emerging. But moreover, this book teaches us what to look for when we slow down and take the time — what we can see in the scars of a leaf, the twig structure, and the pattern of the bark. With profiles of the most familiar and beloved species, including the American Beech, the Red Maple, the Southern Magnolia, and the Tulip Poplar, Seeing Trees opens our eyes to a tree's shy magnificence, and invites us to deepen our relationship with these earthly treasures.

You can view images from this book on the Timber Press website.

Publisher: Timber Press
Size: 255 x 215 mm
244 pages, 175 colour photograohs

Publisher's Price: £ 18.99
£17.09

Picture of Photographs 1955-2010
Publisher's Description
The first major retrospective book of the renowned British photographer John Blakemore. The book explores the extensive range of work that Blakemore has undertaken over a period of almost 60 years of visual exploration.

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing
Size: 240 x 300 mm


Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
John Blakemore
Publisher's Description
The first major retrospective book of the renowned British photographer John Blakemore. The book explores the extensive range of work that Blakemore has undertaken over a period of almost 60 years of visual exploration.

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing
Size: 240 x 300 mm


Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
£40.50

Picture of In Our Nature
Publisher's Description
SUPER LABO is proud to announce the publication of new book "IN OUR NATURE" by Takashi Homma. "Nature" is also the word for "true character of humans and animals" In a sense,the nature in the world of these photographs are not pure nature,it makes you feel a sign of life from somewhere.

You can view images from this book on the Super Labo.

Limited edition of 700

Publisher: Super Labo
Size: 149 x 216 mm
64 pages, 32 images

Publisher's Price: ¥ 3780
Takashi Homma
Publisher's Description
SUPER LABO is proud to announce the publication of new book "IN OUR NATURE" by Takashi Homma. "Nature" is also the word for "true character of humans and animals" In a sense,the nature in the world of these photographs are not pure nature,it makes you feel a sign of life from somewhere.

You can view images from this book on the Super Labo.

Limited edition of 700

Publisher: Super Labo
Size: 149 x 216 mm
64 pages, 32 images

Publisher's Price: ¥ 3780
£45.00

Picture of Nudare
Signed Copies
We have a few signed copies of this now out of print book available

Publisher's Description
Nudare is our third publication on the botanical still lifes of Ron van Dongen. Like the first two books in this trilogy - Alba Nero and Vulgaris - Nudare confirms van Dongen's position as the most innovative and exciting artist working in the genre today. This large format book - 14x17 inches - contains 32 duotone plates printed on matt art paper, hand-bound in gray cloth with a tipped-in cover plate. Ron van Dongen's work has been exhibited the country, and is housed in important collections through the United States and Europe.'-

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 14 x 17'
56 pages, 32 duotone illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 50
Ron Van Dongen
Signed Copies
We have a few signed copies of this now out of print book available

Publisher's Description
Nudare is our third publication on the botanical still lifes of Ron van Dongen. Like the first two books in this trilogy - Alba Nero and Vulgaris - Nudare confirms van Dongen's position as the most innovative and exciting artist working in the genre today. This large format book - 14x17 inches - contains 32 duotone plates printed on matt art paper, hand-bound in gray cloth with a tipped-in cover plate. Ron van Dongen's work has been exhibited the country, and is housed in important collections through the United States and Europe.'-

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 14 x 17'
56 pages, 32 duotone illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 50
£45.00

Picture of IAN HAMILTON FINLAY - Two Gardens - SOLITUDE AND RENUNCIATION
Publisher's Description
The sacred grove of antiquity was an enchanted spot for quiet contemplation, where mortals could commune with the gods. This tradition continues to resonate in the two extraordinary gardens created by the Scottish poet, artist and gardener Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925–2006): Little Sparta on the windswept heaths of Scotland’s Pentland Hills, and the garden Fleur de l’Air in the midst of ancient olive terraces in Provence, France. The Little Sparta garden was begun in 1966 and today harbors some 275 poetic artworks and sculptures. Its name alludes to Edinburgh’s epithet: »Athens of the North«. In 2004, Scottish artists and art experts chose Little Sparta as the nation’s premier artwork.

Little Sparta is open to visitors during the summer months, while the newer Fleur de l’Air, created in 1994, remains closed to the public. Hungarian photographer Sam Rebben captured both gardens in lovely images that invite viewers to immerse themselves in the interplay between nature and culture, and in the exceptional garden poetry of Ian Hamilton Finlay.

Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Size: 245 x 160 mm
106 pages, 70 color illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 25.00
Sam Rebben
Publisher's Description
The sacred grove of antiquity was an enchanted spot for quiet contemplation, where mortals could commune with the gods. This tradition continues to resonate in the two extraordinary gardens created by the Scottish poet, artist and gardener Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925–2006): Little Sparta on the windswept heaths of Scotland’s Pentland Hills, and the garden Fleur de l’Air in the midst of ancient olive terraces in Provence, France. The Little Sparta garden was begun in 1966 and today harbors some 275 poetic artworks and sculptures. Its name alludes to Edinburgh’s epithet: »Athens of the North«. In 2004, Scottish artists and art experts chose Little Sparta as the nation’s premier artwork.

Little Sparta is open to visitors during the summer months, while the newer Fleur de l’Air, created in 1994, remains closed to the public. Hungarian photographer Sam Rebben captured both gardens in lovely images that invite viewers to immerse themselves in the interplay between nature and culture, and in the exceptional garden poetry of Ian Hamilton Finlay.

Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Size: 245 x 160 mm
106 pages, 70 color illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 25.00
£22.50

Picture of Tree in Photographs
Publisher's Description
Visual artists as well as writers have long extolled the presence of the tree. From the origins of photography to the present day, photographers have considered the tree, with its strong graphic form and evocative power, to be a popular subject. Through the works of artists such as Robert Adams, Eugène Atget, Anne Brigman, William Eggleston, P. H. Emerson, Gustave Le Gray, Eliot Porter, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, William Henry Fox Talbot, and Carleton Watkins, this book spans the history of photography from the mid-nineteenth to early-twenty-first century to address the image of the tree in its many connotations—as graphic form, symbolic icon, and role model for the beauty of nature.

The selection of eighty-one images carefully culled from the J. Paul Getty Museum's permanent collection of photographs and reproduced in color presents the tree in various contexts: the single tree; trees in the urban landscape; uses of trees; tree reflections and shadows; and details, abstractions, and conceptual views of trees as conceived by contemporary artists.

Publisher: Getty Publications
Size: 222 x 190 mm
112 pages, 90 colour illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 16.99
Françoise Reynaud
Publisher's Description
Visual artists as well as writers have long extolled the presence of the tree. From the origins of photography to the present day, photographers have considered the tree, with its strong graphic form and evocative power, to be a popular subject. Through the works of artists such as Robert Adams, Eugène Atget, Anne Brigman, William Eggleston, P. H. Emerson, Gustave Le Gray, Eliot Porter, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, William Henry Fox Talbot, and Carleton Watkins, this book spans the history of photography from the mid-nineteenth to early-twenty-first century to address the image of the tree in its many connotations—as graphic form, symbolic icon, and role model for the beauty of nature.

The selection of eighty-one images carefully culled from the J. Paul Getty Museum's permanent collection of photographs and reproduced in color presents the tree in various contexts: the single tree; trees in the urban landscape; uses of trees; tree reflections and shadows; and details, abstractions, and conceptual views of trees as conceived by contemporary artists.

Publisher: Getty Publications
Size: 222 x 190 mm
112 pages, 90 colour illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 16.99
£15.29

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland (Limited Edition with Print 5)
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
£41.99

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland (Limited Edition with Print 4)
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
£41.99

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland (Limited Edition with Print 3)
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
£41.99

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland (Limited Edition with Print 2)
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
£41.99

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland (Limited Edition with Print 1)
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

There are 5 limited editions of this book. Each edition of fifty comes with one of five prints. Click here to view larger image of this print.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs
£41.99

Picture of Close - Landscape Design and Land Art in Scotland
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 34.99
Allan Pollok-Morris
Publisher's Description

Inside this unique book lie some of the finest and most notable works in garden making and land art along side many new discoveries by journalist and photographer Allan Pollok-Morris. Inspired by the news a poll had voted a garden as the most important work of art in Scotland, photographer Allan Pollok-Morris began a five year Scottish odyssey in search of new works in landscape design and land art and to learn more from the creators of the works.

Even though all the works are found in one small nation, their strengths are universal and the ‘Close’ collection uses local examples from all corners of the country to celebrate the important role of gardens and land art in international arts and culture.

The book includes portraits of and written contributions by many of the artists and designers who’s work is shown in the collection including Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Douglas Coltart, Laura Ford, Anish Kapoor, Shane Waltener, Peter Liversidge, Antony Gormley, Marc Quinn, Bridget Baines, Eelco Hooftman, Nigel Sampey, Rolf Roscher, Chris Rankin, Andy Sturgeon, James Alexander Sinclair, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Jinny Blom, Penelope Hobhouse, Angelika, Dowager Countess Cawdor, Gerald Laing and Xa Tollemache. Over 250 colour photographs by Allan Pollok-Morris, foreword by Sir Roy Strong, essay by Tim Richardson and illustration by Gary Hincks.

Publisher: Northfield Editions
Size: 290 x 256 mm
288 pages, over 250 colour photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 34.99
£31.49

Picture of Earthward
Publisher's Description
The Earthwards pictures started by chance, when Steve Pyke was watching a gardener at work with his garden fork, and was struck by its simple beauty. Photographed at Great Dixter in East Sussex, England – home of the late Christopher Lloyd – garden tools are presented here as a celebration of the way things wear and how, over time and with use, they become seemingly “rounder.” Some of these tools were those used in the actual creation of the gardens, which were mostly designed by Edwin Lutyens almost a century ago. Their handles and prongs are beautifully worn, perfectly in keeping with the hard work and dedication involved in the making of this universally admired landscape. So much of what we see in the workplace today is about distancing ourselves from the end result of our labors; these garden tools, although depicted on their own, against a pale backdrop, convey an intense sense of physical engagement. British-born Steve Pyke, now based in New York, has had a prolific and successful career working with many of the world’s leading magazines. Our third book with the artist, Earthwards is published to coincide with an exhibition of the work at Great Dixter in Winter 2008.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 9 x 12
64 pages, 50 duotone plates

Usually dispatched within 10 working days
Steve Pyke
Publisher's Description
The Earthwards pictures started by chance, when Steve Pyke was watching a gardener at work with his garden fork, and was struck by its simple beauty. Photographed at Great Dixter in East Sussex, England – home of the late Christopher Lloyd – garden tools are presented here as a celebration of the way things wear and how, over time and with use, they become seemingly “rounder.” Some of these tools were those used in the actual creation of the gardens, which were mostly designed by Edwin Lutyens almost a century ago. Their handles and prongs are beautifully worn, perfectly in keeping with the hard work and dedication involved in the making of this universally admired landscape. So much of what we see in the workplace today is about distancing ourselves from the end result of our labors; these garden tools, although depicted on their own, against a pale backdrop, convey an intense sense of physical engagement. British-born Steve Pyke, now based in New York, has had a prolific and successful career working with many of the world’s leading magazines. Our third book with the artist, Earthwards is published to coincide with an exhibition of the work at Great Dixter in Winter 2008.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 9 x 12
64 pages, 50 duotone plates

Usually dispatched within 10 working days
£25.00

Picture of Emperor of Japan
Publisher's Description
'To us Japanese, issues concerning “the emperor” are not solely matters of politics and history, but are also deeply, if subtly, connected to our everyday lives and spirit . . . How many people have gone to Hachioji, just outside of Tokyo, to visit the Musashino Imperial Mausoleum where the Showa Emperor is buried? How many people know what kind of scene has been created there? I too, of course, watched the broadcast of the imperial funeral, but I have never actually been to the mausoleum.' — from the Introduction by Ryuichi Kaneko. In Emperor of Japan, Eiji Ina presents photographs of the misasagi, or burial mounds, of all 124 Japanese emperors since the Kofun period, reaching back some 1,600 years. The scenes that Ina has captured – not of the tombs themselves, but rather the places for worshipping at the tombs, and the surrounding gardens and landscapes – were created by the emperor system, with its claim of an unbroken line of sovereigns, that served as the foundation of the modern nation state of Japan. Our second monograph on the work of Eiji Ina, Emperor of Japan is printed in an oversized format on matt art paper, bound in Japanese cloth and limited to 1,000 casebound copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 15'
132 pages, 145 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £40.00
Eiji Ina
Publisher's Description
'To us Japanese, issues concerning “the emperor” are not solely matters of politics and history, but are also deeply, if subtly, connected to our everyday lives and spirit . . . How many people have gone to Hachioji, just outside of Tokyo, to visit the Musashino Imperial Mausoleum where the Showa Emperor is buried? How many people know what kind of scene has been created there? I too, of course, watched the broadcast of the imperial funeral, but I have never actually been to the mausoleum.' — from the Introduction by Ryuichi Kaneko. In Emperor of Japan, Eiji Ina presents photographs of the misasagi, or burial mounds, of all 124 Japanese emperors since the Kofun period, reaching back some 1,600 years. The scenes that Ina has captured – not of the tombs themselves, but rather the places for worshipping at the tombs, and the surrounding gardens and landscapes – were created by the emperor system, with its claim of an unbroken line of sovereigns, that served as the foundation of the modern nation state of Japan. Our second monograph on the work of Eiji Ina, Emperor of Japan is printed in an oversized format on matt art paper, bound in Japanese cloth and limited to 1,000 casebound copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 15'
132 pages, 145 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £40.00
£36.00

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