Songs for Modern Japan
Popular Music and Graphic Design, 1900 to 1950

The years between 1900 and 1950 were a whirlwind of change in Japan, with increasing modernism, consumerism, and influence from the West, alongside a...

Timeless Splendor:
Dutch and Flemish Paintings from the Susan and Matthew Weatherbie Collection

A female subject gazing out at the artist, arm akimbo; a lush tablescape with oysters and sweets; a sweeping view of Haarlem under a grand sky; and an...

Strong Women in Renaissance Italy

The story of the Renaissance in Italy is often told through the work of great male artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello, and Leonardo. But...

Dutch Art in a Global Age

The seventeenth century has long been considered a 鈥済olden age鈥 for Dutch art, fueled by the Dutch Republic鈥檚 growth as an economic world power...

Fashioned by Sargent

鈥淭he coat is the picture,鈥 John Singer Sargent explained to his fellow artist Graham Robertson in the summer of 1894, tugging a heavy garment ever...

Tiny Treasures
The Magic of Miniatures

Intricate and appealing, curious and uncanny, miniature works of art exert surprising power. Over thousands of years and across cultures, artists and...

Hokusai: Inspiration and Influence

The great painter, book illustrator, and print designer Katsushika Hokusai (1760鈥1849) has become the best known of all Japanese artists and one of...

Faces of Ancient Egypt
Portraits from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Over the course of some three thousand years, Ancient Egypt fostered a vibrant and dynamic portrait tradition that encompassed innovations, revivals...

Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular

The visionary and supremely self-fashioning artist Frida Kahlo drew inspiration throughout her career from arte popular鈥攑ainted ceramics, embroidered...

Frank Bowling鈥檚 Americas
New York, 1966鈥75

When the British Guiana鈥揵orn artist Frank Bowling relocated from London to New York in 1966, he found an art scene in flux, with abstract painting...

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Editorial Reviews and Awards

鈥淲ith gorgeous images and accessible text, [Fashioned by Sargent] is highly recommended for audiences interested in fine art in relation to fashion.鈥
鈥擲andra Rothenberg, Library Journal

About Hokusai: Inspiration and Influence: 鈥淎ccompanied by a catalog that masterfully interweaves historical biography with individual image analysis, the exhibition is a welcome addition to the scholarship devoted to the artist and a unique exploration of systems of artistic influence.鈥
鈥擜shley Busby, Art & Antiques Magazine

Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories reveals a rich, complex and often overlooked history of North America as told from individual experiences manifested within the tradition of quiltmaking. The book illustrates how quilts are more than material objects of comfort and aesthetic beauty. They are archives of social, political and cultural histories.鈥
Art Libraries Society of North America

鈥淚n this pandemic year of missing most everything, we鈥檝e been trained to look for silver linings wherever possible. So here鈥檚 mine: [Cy Twombly: Making Past Present], which I got a few months back, is gorgeous.鈥
鈥擬urray Whyte, The Boston Globe

鈥淚n these flattened times, Writing the Future conveys motion. The book, a companion to a suspended exhibition at Boston鈥檚 Museum of Fine Arts, is about Basquiat, his contemporaries, and early hip-hop culture, but it鈥檚 also about the movements and rhythms of New York City鈥'the work of the subway writers became as optically and optimally omnipresent as the Manhattan skyline,' Greg Tate writes. And in its dynamic blend of art, history, and analysis, it has a movement of its own.鈥
鈥擠an Adler, Vanity Fair

About Writing the Future: 鈥淭o leaf through this prodigy鈥檚 oeuvre intermingled with photos of what he called 'just 鈥 you know, my friends and stuff'; of their tags brightening storefronts and subway cars, of the boomboxes and leather jackets and reference books they at once desecrated and elevated, is to hold in your hands the record of a place and a time and a togetherness we can only hope one day to experience again.鈥
鈥擫auren Christensen, 鈥婽he New York Times Book Review

鈥淸Casanova is] one of the flat out best art books of the year. Don鈥檛 miss it鈥攜ou鈥檒l read it like a novel with pictures.鈥
鈥擳yler Green, Modern Art Notes podcast

鈥淭he handsome volume [Hokusai鈥檚 Lost Manga] includes dozens of lively, lovely images, showcasing Hokusai鈥檚 skill at capturing movement, in swirling garments, in water, in wind, in bodies in motion at work, spinning pots on a wheel, making paper, washing a horse, trekking up a hill.鈥
Boston Sunday Globe

鈥淸The Priest, the Prince, the Pasha is] a feat of storytelling that makes 鈥楻aiders of the Lost Ark鈥 look like kid stuff.鈥
The Wall Street Journal

鈥淸滨苍 Holland on Paper, Cliff] Ackley has, in this stunning volume, contributed significantly to the larger project of opening up to the English-speaking world an intriguing chapter in what has until recently been among the best kept secrets of modern art. With the appearance of this splendidly illustrated and valuable book, the secret is out.鈥
鈥擩oan E. Greer, Art in Print

鈥淭he large reproductions in [John Singer Sargent Watercolors], several with accompanying details, offer some of the best viewing of his work in printed form. Seduction will lead to Dazzle.鈥
鈥擟arl Little, Art New England

鈥漑She Who Tells a Story] may well go down as a landmark in the worlds of contemporary photography and graphic arts. In addition they illuminate the subtle but explosive changes now transforming Middle Eastern societies.鈥
鈥擩ohn G. Morris