Art

William Blake. The drawings for Dante's Divine Comedy (XL-Format)
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William Blake. The drawings for Dante's Divine Comedy

Hardcover, clothbound, with 14 fold-outs and ribbon bookmark, 11.2 x 15.6 in., 324 pages
$ 150
The meeting of two masterminds. Celebrating Dante's 750th anniversary, this compilation with 14 fold-out spreads brings together William Blake's 102 illustrations for the Divine Comedy with excerpts from Dante's immortal, epic poem.
Velázquez. Complete Works (XL-Format)
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Velázquez. Complete Works

Hardcover with fold-out and ribbon bookmark, 11.4 x 15.6 in., 416 pages
$ 150
Coinciding with a major travelling exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna and Grand Palais, Paris, this catalogue raisonné of Velázquez's complete works features brand new photography of recently restored paintings. In extra-large format and with numerous details, and a fold-out, the book celebrates the painter's insight, humanity, and brilliant technique.
Hieronymus Bosch. Complete Works (XL-Format)

Hieronymus Bosch. Complete Works

Hardcover with 2 fold-outs and ribbon bookmark, 11.4 x 15.6 in., 300 pages
$ 150
Delicious demons: deciphering allegories in the complex, fantastical works of Hieronymus Bosch. With magnificent fold-out spreads of The Last Judgement and of The Garden of Earthly Delights, each over 110 cm (43 in.) long
 
Kippenberger
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Kippenberger

Hardcover, 9.0 x 11.8 in., 240 pages
$ 39.99
This updated edition of TASCHEN’s first Kippenberger monograph documents two decades of Martin Kippenberger’s work, from the early days of his Berlin office to his works for documenta X in Kassel and for the Münster sculpture exhibition, both of which were completed after his unexpected death in 1997.

“Every artist is a human being.”
— Martin Kippenberger
Peter Beard
Editors in charge
Florian Kobler studied history, politics, and American literature at University of Konstanz and IEP Grenoble. He has worked for TASCHEN since 2004, coordinating titles from Serpentine Gallery Pavilions to Frans Lanting’s Life, and from Studio Olafur Eliasson to Henri Matisse, Cut-outs.
Petra Lamers-Schütze studied art history, archaeology and Romance languages and literatures in Mainz and Rome, gaining her doctorate in 1991. She has worked for TASCHEN since 1998, writing and editing numerous art titles, and overseeing the "Art" and "Classic" series.