NEW FROM GETTY PUBLICATIONS
Understanding Illuminated Manuscripts: A Guide to Technical Terms,
Michelle P. Brown
Revised by Elizabeth C. Teviotdale and Nancy K. Turner
" . . . a vital reference point for anyone keen on medieval culture or the history of the book."
"Equally useful for scholars, students, and casual museum visitors, it provides many of the essential tools for both understanding and enjoying these beautiful books."
—Times Higher Education
The Central Collecting Point in Munich: A New Beginning for the Restitution and Protection of Art
Translated by Fiona Elliott
Introduction by James J. Sheehan
"This title provides a balanced and informative overview of the subject. The prose style and numerous photographs bring the difficult and important work of the Monuments Men to life."
—Alexander Adams Art
Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art: The Arthur Drexler Years, 1951–1986
Thomas S. Hines
Arthur Drexler was the longest serving curator in the Architecture and Design Department at the Museum of Modern Art, overseeing four decades of groundbreaking exhibitions which not only reflected but anticipated major stylistic developments. This comprehensive account of Drexler's tenure at MoMA reveals him as someone who cemented the reputations of many twentieth-century architects, including Le Corbusier, Richard Neutra, Marcel Breuer, and Mies van der Rohe.