Catalogues

Short List 8 (New Series): 27 Books for RBMS

Short List 8 (New Series): 27 Books for RBMS

A miscellany drawn from our current inventory representing recent acquisitions and high spots in our several specialties. Please enquire for a tailored list on any of the subject areas implied within.

Short List 7 (New Series): 27 Works of Children's Illustration

Short List 7 (New Series): 27 Works of Children's Illustration

Featuring original artwork and illustrated books with an emphasis on Arthur Rackham.

William Blake in Color

William Blake in Color

Plates from the Illuminated Books of William Blake by the Trianon Press (1951-1987). Over three decades the Trianon Press created near indistinguishable pochoir facsimiles of Blake’s extraordinary illuminated books in all their visionary strangeness and exceptional beauty. The exhibition features a selection of plates from Blake’s most iconic works; hundreds more plates at affordable prices are available here in the extended online catalogue.

Catalogue 65: William Blake, Always in Paradise

Catalogue 65: William Blake, Always in Paradise

A Catalogue of artwork and books by and about Blake and his circle

Diderot's Encyclopedia

Diderot's Encyclopedia

John Windle Booksellers, in conjunction with Sotheran's, is pleased to offer, at significantly reduced prices, a selection of plates from Diderot's Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des metiers (1762).

Short List 6 (New Series): 24 Books of Theology and Religion

Short List 6 (New Series): 24 Books of Theology and Religion

Notable and uncommon works from the Western tradition, 1560 to 1835.

The William Blake Gallery Opening Exhibition Guide

The William Blake Gallery Opening Exhibition Guide

An illustrated guide to the works on display now in the William Blake Gallery.

Short List 5 (New Series): 25 Children's Books

Short List 5 (New Series): 25 Children's Books

Books to entertain, to educate, or to dazzle with illustration (and occasionally all three). Highlights include Edward Lear in a sociable mood, a stunning 1930s cloth book, and a rare work of 18th-century egalitarian education