A number of carefully chosen titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Offers end on the 31st of August! Book of the Month: Adolf Keller: Ecumenist, World Citizen, Philanthropist By Marianne Jehle-Wildberger A rigorously researched biography of the celebrated Swiss theologian, one of the leading lights of the ecumenical movement in the early… Continue reading August Special Offers!
A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Don’t miss this opportunity, the offers will end on the 31st of July! Book of the Month: Andrew Young: Priest, Poet and Naturalist By Richard Ormrod A literary biography of the priest and poet Andrew Young, establishing him amongst the greats of… Continue reading July Special Offers!
The Alfred Wallis Factor: Conflict in Post-War St Ives Art by David Wilkinson is available from The Lutterworth press this month, and The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge will be hosting a talk from the author to celebrate. This will take place on Wednesday 19th July between 13:15 and 14:00. The talk is running in conjunction… Continue reading The Alfred Wallis Factor in St Ives Art
The Lutterworth Press is proud to announce that our book The Angel Roofs of East Anglia by Michael Rimmer, which was previously shortlisted for the East Anglian Book Awards 2016, has now been longlisted for the New Angle Prize for Literature 2017. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia is the first detailed historical and… Continue reading The Angel Roofs of East Anglia has been longlisted for the New Angle Prize 2017
Following the success of his book The Angel Roofs of East Anglia last year, we decided to catch up with author Michael Rimmer, to learn more about his passions, background and forthcoming projects! 1. What inspired you to write The Angel Roofs of East Anglia? I wanted to bring the beauty and craftsmanship of these… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Interview with Michael Rimmer
By Heshani G. Arachchige This year, March has been claimed by the arts as National Crafts Month. The celebration of crafts unites all ages and encourages us to use our hands to create something; it is a joyful concept, but also encourages reusing and recycling (egg carton roses, anyone?) without spending much. More than anything,… Continue reading Art Education: Get the Picture
Our editorial team here at The Lutterworth Press put a lot of hard work into designing the covers of our books, often being sent back to the drawing board just to make minor adjustments! A lot of thought is put behind the cover layout, design and image selection. Here’s some of our recent covers from… Continue reading Can You Judge a Book by its Cover?
“On the road up to the University, the gleaming new purpose-built Leeds Polytechnic awaited the arrival of the students and staff of the art college. All the latest facilities were in place. The only thing missing was any concept of what to expect.” (James Charnley, Creative License) Creative License captures the rebellious trajectory of the… Continue reading Creative License: Book Launch is here!
Hogarth Vol. I: The Modern Moral Subject, 1697-1732 By Ronald Paulson ISBN: 9780718828547 ‘This is an astonishing book, and I don’t know when I last read anything on the 18th century from which I learned as much. It is a quite remarkably full chronicle of Hogarth’s life, based on the exhaustive information Paulson has exhumed… Continue reading Review! Hogarth
PRESS RELEASE At Home in the World A Study in Psychoanalysis, Religion, and Art By Donald Capps ISBN: 9780718893224 Due for release: 26/08/ 2013 Focusing on art as a means to explore the formation and continuing expression of mens’ sense of self and in particular their religious sensibilities, At Home in the… Continue reading At Home in the World