A beautifully illustrated art history and cultural biography of one of the most influential artistic quarters in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – London's Tite Street.
The ‘absurd epic’ of Dunkirk – told here through fresh interviews with veterans, plus unseen letters and archival material – is the story of how an old-fashioned island was brutally forced into
Steel is needed to build railroads, steel ships, skyscrapers, and modern bridges. Author Brooke C. Stoddard travels the world to tell the story of the metal that shaped modern civilization.
Previously published in hardback as Close to Paradise: The Gardens of Naples, Capri and the Amalfi Coast, this book showcases twenty-one of the most celebrated gardens in Italy's most glamorous seaside getaway.
Part of the Weapons of War series, this book features more than 150 color and black & white illustrations and photographs as well as detailed specifications about small arms from 1870-1950.