‘As befits the output of a publisher with a fast developing catalogue of art books, and a deep and abiding commitment to the history and culture of the South West in particular, this lengthy and definitive hardback biography is as lavish in production as Whittingham’s research is thorough … it is a fascinating account and … Continue reading
A review of ‘Your Loving Friend, Stanley’: The Great War correspondence between Stanley Spencer and Desmond Chute in The Galleries Magazine: http://www.galleries.co.uk/g-bok.shtml
Comment in the Victorian Society’s magazine The Victorian: … hugely detailed and informative, a long overdue and most welcome publication on one of the greatest provincial architects in the early twentieth century. Buy online from us at the special price of £35, UK carriage paid.
Congratulations to John Sansom of Redcliffe Press on being awarded a Doctor of Letters honorary degree by the University of Bristol. In his oration at a ceremony in the University’s Great Hall, Michael Liversidge, Emeritus Dean of Arts, said the award was for John’s contribution to publishing and to the South West. ‘With his wife … Continue reading
‘Your loving friend’, Stanley Spencer’s Great War letters to Desmond Chute, edited by Paul Gough and published by our associated company, Sansom & Company, was launched at a packed Stanley Spencer Memorial Gallery, Cookham-on-Thames on Monday July 11. To order a copy, or for more information, visit our website http://www.sansomandcompany.co.uk or contact us on 0117 9737207
Mark Hamblin, leading UK wildlife photographer, says of Ian Wade’s new book: In a refreshing break from the traditional coffee-table style wildlife book of cliched images, Ian takes the reader on an intimate and personal journey through his home town of Bristol revealing the wealth of wildlife to be found in our urban environments. Superb … Continue reading
Read the latest review of Ian Wade’s book HERE. http://www.wildlifeextra.com/go/reviews/Bristol-Safari.html#cr
Please join us! We are launching Floating Harbour by Tony D’Arpino on Thursday, June 30 6.30-800 at the Arnolfini, Narrow Quay, Bristol. Please telephone 0117 9737207 if you’d like to come along.