Lund Humphries is a long-established publisher of illustrated art books, with an illustrious pedigree within the field of the visual arts. In over fifty years of fine-art publishing, the imprint has built up a particular reputation in the areas of contemporary artists' monographs, twentieth-century British art, museum-related publications, and typography and graphic design. Today, Lund Humphries is an international publisher of books across the visual arts. Since the end of 1999, Lund Humphries has been part of Ashgate Publishing.
A name long associated with the publication of high-quality illustrated art books aimed at an audience of art and museum professionals, collectors, and art enthusiasts. Main publishers of books and monographs on art and artists in the United Kingdom. We collaborate with them on some of their books are available from the gallery.
The Henry Moore Foundation is a registered charity, set-up and generously endowed by Mr Moore in 1977 'to advance the education of the public by the promotion of their appreciation of the fine arts and in particular the works of Henry Moore'.
The RA an independent fine arts institution which supports contemporary artists and promotes interest in the arts through a comprehensive and ambitious exhibition programme. The Royal Academy is governed by the Royal Academicians, who are all eminent practising painters, printmakers, sculptors and architects.
Features British art from 1500 and international modern and contemporary art.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts contains one of the finest small collections of European art in the UK. Featuring works from the 13th to the 20th century.
The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art museum of the University of Cambridge and contains magnificent collections of works of art and antiquities of national and international importance.
The British Museum has outstanding collections that cover world cultures from Prehistory to the present day.
It holds magnificent collections of art encompass the 14th century up to the present day
The Crafts Council is the UK's national organisation for the promotion of contemporary crafts. Established in 1971, we are an independent body funded by the Arts Council England, responsible for promoting fine craftsmanship, encouraging high standards and increasing public awareness of contemporary crafts and applied arts.
We bring the UK arts scene to the rest of the world, helping over 2,000 arts events to happen each year in 100 countries. Read about UK artists, and find out how you can participate, here.
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The Society of London Art Dealers was founded in 1932 to promote and protect the good name and interests of the art trade, and to enhance public confidence in responsible fine art dealing. Jonathan Clark is a member of slad.