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An Anthology of Mine

By (artist) Rex Whistler Afterword by Laurence Whistler Introduction and notes by Hugh Cecil and Mirabel Cecil

A stunning, clothbound boxed set containing a facsimile edition of the "little anthology" of favourite poems compiled and illustrated by Rex Whistler in 1923, with new material in a separate booklet

 

Osbert Lancaster's Cartoons, Columns and Curlicues

Including Pillar to Post, Homes Sweet Homes and Drayneflete Revealed

Illustrated throughout with the author's own black and white line drawings and diagrams

 

Maps

from the British Library

By British Library

Wrap your gifts in this beautiful wrapping paper featuring historic maps

At Home with the Soanes

Upstairs, Downstairs in 19th Century London

A fascinating glimpse of real life for a London family in the early 19th century

Herterton House And a New Country Garden

By Frank Lawley By (photographer) Val Corbett Foreword by Charles Quest-Ritson

The story of how an ancient house was brought back to life and a fitting garden created around it

The Gardener's Book of Colour

‘At the top of the heap of gardening glitterati, Andrew Lawson has produced a book that combines all his talents: it gives you this Renaissance man as painter, photographer, writer and gardener . . . You need this book.’ - Country Living

Gertrude Jekyll at Munstead Wood

Explores the life and work of Gertrude Jekyll, probably the most influential garden designer of the early twentieth century

Love and War

Celebrates the artist Rex Whistler, portrait painter, designer, illustrator and the outstanding mural painter of the interwar years. 

Rex Whistler - Inspirations

Celebrates the artist Rex Whistler, portrait painter, designer, illustrator and the outstanding mural painter of the interwar years. 

Robert Adam Designs

from Sir John Soane's Museum

By Sir John Soane's Museum

Twelve sheets of high-quality gift wrap with a unique design.

Seeking New York

The Stories Behind the Historic Architecture of Manhattan – One Building at a Time

Beautifully illustrated with line drawings and photographs, engagingly presented, and richly detailed, this charming guide traces the architectural and social history of Manhattan one building at a time.