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  • Henry Tate

    R265

    This is the story of Henry Tate, the man who loved paintings so much he filled a big gallery with them for everyone to enjoy.

  • Meet the Artist: Peter Blake

    R220

    Meet the Artist: Peter Blake is packed with inspiring activities for budding artists. Children can create their own bold pop art imagery using collage and different paintbrush techniques inspired by Peter Blake—an English pop artist best known for co-creating the album-cover design for the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

  • Miffy the Artist

    R220

    In this charming new addition to the Miffy story, Miffy takes inspiration from a visit to a museum and decides to become an artist herself. Looking at the colors and shapes of the world around her, she discovers what fun it can be to make pictures of the things she sees. By the end of the day, her bedroom walls are full of her wonderful artwork.

  • Shape

    R200
  • The big trip

    R375

    Bear thinks he is the coolest animal in the forest. He loves to strut his stuff. He loves to do whatever he wants and he never worries about a thing!

  • What’s That Noise?

    R260

    A story that can only be told using fingers, eyes, ears, and noses, What’s That Noise? engages readers on all levels, and shows that building a friendship takes time, patience, and an adventurous spirit.

  • J.M.W. Turner: The ‘Wilson’ Sketchbook – Studies of a Young Artists

    R250

    This stunning book is a beautifully produced near-facsimilie of J.M.W. Turner’s sketchbook collecting and reproducing Turner’s ‘Wilson’ studies. It even includes the section in which Turner used his sketchbook upside down in his haste to sketch!”

  • Autumn

    R250

    Autumn examines of the most beautiful, transformative and amusing expressions of the autumn season using works drawn from Tate’s collection.

    Divided into key themes – ‘Fields of Gold’, ‘A Bountiful Harvest’, ‘Leisure’, ‘Symbolism’, ‘Bump in the Night’ and ‘Abstraction’ – this little book considers how the traditional season of harvest and falling leaves has influenced artists over centuries.

  • Bruce Nauman

    R625

    Focusing in particular on his experiments with sound, the moving image and immersive installations, this exhibition book comprises texts on Nauman’s video works of the 1980s and 1990s, as well as on his studio practice and more recent work, along with a conversation between the artist and Andrea Lissoni and Nicholas Serota.

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    Everything is Mine

    R300

    Marcello von Cauliflower Bonaparte Jackson is a kind, clever and very loyal dog. Unfortunately, there is one problem. He believes that absolutely everything is his.

    A slipper? It’s his. Pork chops from Leo’s dinner plate? It is absolutely his. An entire park? Oh that’s his, too.

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    Count on Me

    R300

    Some people see the beauty of the world through art. Some people see the beauty of the world through music. Our heroine sees the beauty of the world through… maths?

    A young girl sees the world differently in this beautiful book celebrating individuality and numbers, written and illustrated by Spanish author Miguel Tanco.

    A book that encourages children to explore their own worldviews, solve problems and enjoy life, Count on Me encourages young readers to find their own passions.

  • Five Hundred Years of British Art

    R1750

    This luxury guide to the highlights of the Tate Britain’s collection provides an essential introduction to the extraordinary development of British art over the centuries, telling the story of the collection and presenting a selection of the stunning works on display. It’s a lavishly illustrated, beautiful collection of highlights from the Tate collection over the past 500 years.

  • Like a Giant

    R300

    A giant, a child, a trip: three classic elements of a story. And though this adventure will last only a day, it will change its two heroes forever.

    A beautiful story of dream-like adventure, Like a Giant uses stunning illustrations to encourage children to use their imaginations, and take the time to appreciate what’s around them.

  • Lynette Yiadom-Boakye – Fly In League With The Night (paperback)

    R625

    This paperback catalogue accompanies Tate Britain’s exhibition of the work of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night, the first major survey of the artwork of one of the most important and exciting painters at work today.

    Lavishly illustrated, it offers the most extensive overview of Yiadom-Boakye’s work to date. The exhibition book includes thematic essays and in-depth discussion of the development of the artist’s practice since her graduation from the Royal Academy of Art, London, in 2003, presenting her artwork alongside her own writing and poetry. The publication also positions Yiadom-Boakye’s extraordinary creative output over the past twenty years within a wider history of portraiture and representation, with a particular focus on black subjects.

  • Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night (hardback)

    R1000

    This lavishly illustrated hardback catalogue accompanies Tate Britain’s exhibition of the work of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night, the first major survey of the artwork of one of the most important and exciting painters at work today.

    Offering the most extensive overview of Yiadom-Boakye’s work to date, the exhibition book includes thematic essays explore in-depth discussion of the development of the artist’s practice since her graduation from the Royal Academy of Art, London, in 2003, presenting her artwork alongside her own writing and poetry. The publication also positions Yiadom-Boakye’s extraordinary creative output over the past twenty years within a wider history of portraiture and representation, with a particular focus on black subjects.

  • Summer

    R250

    Following Winter and Spring, this elegant gift book captures the hazy beauty, warmth and longer days of summer, illustrated with artworks from Tate’s collection.

    Summer, both languid and fiery, has never ceased to be a source of inspiration. In Summer, works of art – including paintings, drawings, photographs, illustrations and installations – are punctuated by brief captions offering additional information about the art, artists and their subjects.