The Oxford Art Book
The city through the eyes of its artists

By (artist) Caroline RitsonBy (artist) Jane PeartBy (artist) Norm ChungBy (artist) Steven ChanceBy (artist) Charlie DaviesBy (artist) John DewBy (artist) Rahima KennerBy (artist) Tim KirtleyBy (artist) David StrongBy (artist) Kate HipkissBy (artist) Richard StephensBy (artist) William BrightBy (artist) Alice ThomsonBy (artist) Emily HilbourneBy (artist) Kelly StewartBy (artist) Rosie Fairfax-CholmeleyBy (artist) Andrew McLellanBy (artist) Fiona MillerBy (artist) Mark KaiserBy (artist) Sarah MoncrieffBy (artist) Camilla DowseBy (artist) Jan RitchieBy (artist) Mike LesterBy (artist) Steve AppletonBy (artist) Catriona HoptonBy (artist) Joe DavisBy (artist) Rachel GraceyBy (artist) Susan BrownBy (artist) Emma BennettBy (artist) Daniel DruryBy (artist) Jon AlsopBy (artist) Richard O'NeilBy (artist) Valerie PettsBy (artist) Clare PhillipsBy (artist) Elizabeth MoriartyBy (artist) Katherine ShockBy (artist) Robin WilsonBy (artist) Andrew MansonBy (artist) Eric GaskellBy (artist) Mark ColliassBy (artist) Sarah BondBy (artist) Bee ThomasBy (artist) Imogen FoxellBy (artist) Melissa Jane SturgeonBy (artist) Simon EastBy (artist) Cathy ReadBy (artist) Jane StrotherBy (artist) Orsi KozelBy (artist) Sue WheelerBy (artist) Clare BarryBy (artist) John SomerscalesBy (artist) Richard BriggsBy (artist) Tim StewartBy (artist) Jenny SeddonBy (artist) Dorothy MegawBy (artist) Katharine MillerBy (artist) Robert KannBy (artist) William RoswellBy (artist) Amanda BeckBy (artist) Emmie Van BiervlietBy (artist) Louise HallBy (artist) Sam OsborneBy (artist) Bee BartlettBy (artist) Gerry ColesBy (artist) Maureen GillespieBy (artist) Ian Scott MassieEdited by Emma Bennett


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Emma Bennett’s fascination with design and recycling leads to beautiful collages, as in the cover of this lovely book.


Description for sales people

  • An art book to inspire an exploration of the beautiful city of Oxford
  • A guide book for art-lovers everywhere, with over 100 images giving a fresh and vibrant perspective to the city
  • A perfect gift book souvenir for tourists, locals and students alike
    Features in Oxford Mail, The Cherwell, Oxford Today, & Oxford Times
  • A foreword by Emma Bridgewater (designer and founder of EmmaBridgewater)


Description for sales people

An art book to inspire an exploration of the beautiful city of Oxford
A guide book for art-lovers everywhere, with over 100 images giving a fresh and vibrant perspective to the city
A perfect gift book souvenir for tourists, locals and students alike
A foreword by Emma Bridgewater (designer and founder of EmmaBridgewater)


Description for reader

Tourists, students, alumni, local residents and art-lovers. Similar titles include:

Visions of Oxford and Cambridge, The Royal Watercolour Society

Oxford in Prints: 1675-1900, Peter Whitfield

Oxford Gargoyles: A Little Souvenir, Chris Andrews


Description for reader

Tourists, students, alumni, local residents and lovers of history and art. Similar titles include:

Visions of Oxford and Cambridge, The Royal Watercolour Society

Oxford in Prints: 1675-1900, Peter Whitfield

Oxford Gargoyles: A Little Souvenir, Chris Andrews


Promotional “headline”: a promotional phrase which is intended to headline a description of the product

An art book to inspire an exploration of the beautiful city of Oxford


Key Selling Points

It is a unique collection of artworks that both inspires one to visit one of the most beautiful places in the UK - which is interesting as art in its own right, without any prior knowledge of the city. It will be particularly valuable to over 28,000 Oxford Alumni living in the US.


Web Description

The Oxford Art Book showcases one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Inspired by Oxford’s unique architecture and historic university, over 50 artists have produced a unique collection of contemporary images illustrating all aspects of the city and surrounding area. The city is shown in a new light through a range of media, from screen print and computer aided design to hand-cut collage.

 

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