|Check here for interesting and informative books relating to the Art and Ceramics featured and for sale at Orangehat|
Royal Worcester Porcelain the definitive and finely detailed book by Henry Sandon. Every Royal Worcester collector should own a copy.
|Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson. The story of the short lived but highly influential pottery established by Edward Richard Taylor and William Howson Taylor.|
Ray Finch Crafsman potter of the modern age by John Edgeler. Very informative book on the master potter still potting at Winchcombe in his nineties!
|Bryan Pearce The Artist and His Work by Janet Axten. Beautiful colour plates and concise information on one of St Ives most famous sons. Definitely worth a read.|
|Fred Yates "C'est Votre Passion Monsieur!" by Frances Mallett. A wonderful insight into the world of the enigmatic artist's hopes and fears as he travels through France.||Warm Frost by Sir Terry Frost RA published by Alison Hodge. "It is beautiful I am very pleased with it - it is more like a piece of poetry" - Sir Terry Frost. A great introduction to the work of one of the U.K.'s finest .|
|Carn Pottery by Maria Miles and Pat Chappelle. A fascinating look at the little pottery run by John Beusmans at Nancledra in West Penwith Cornwall.||Painting the Warmth of the Sun St Ives artists 1939 - 1975 by Tom Cross. The remarkable story of how St Ives became the centre of Modern Art in Post War years.|
Troika Ceramics by George Perrott. The Troika collectors must have with a comprehensive guide to the iconic pottery from St Ives.
|Whatever happened to Sunday Best? by Joyce Irwin and illustrated by Fred Yates. Rare book a true blast of nostalgia with Fred's fantastic illustrations thrown in. Worth searching for a copy.|
|The Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden by Miranda Phillips and Chris Stephens. Lovely guide to the home and workshop of Barbara Hepworth.||Eighty from the Eighties an indispensable guide to all that is good about the artists living and working in West Cornwall. All the names from Martha Allen to Fred Yates. A Rainyday publication.|
|Eric Ward's St Ives - From His Studio and Beyond. Fantastic record of the work of this increasingly sort after artist. Full of great colour plates and essential information. A must have book for any St Ives collector. Published by Halsgrove.||
Different Ways of Seeing - the artistic visions of Joan Gillchrest, Bryan Pearce and Fred Yates. The essential companion produced to coincide with the retrospective of these three great artists at Penlee House in 2011.
Published by Sanson & Co.