Visit Cambridge Book & Print GalleryIf you notice any incorrect data, please notify us at hi itinari. We are always happy to advise on all aspects of collecting art and rare books. Previously, she worked for a number of galleries both in Paris and London and as a specialist at Sotheby's Auctioneers in Bond Street, London. Charlotte's particular areas of interest within the broad field of book collecting are signed modern first editions, rare inscribed, dedicated or 'association' copies, and artist's reference books. She also has a wide-ranging interest in British and European printmaking and drawing from the nineteenth century to the present day.
Cambridge Book and Print Gallery
We are not able to include illustrations of every single print or book from the large range of material we hold in stock, so it is always worthwhile letting us know what particular artist's work or author's book you are looking for. However, please check our site for current stock to get the flavour of what we do. New prints and books are added to our site on a weekly basis. A totally independent gallery and bookseller with a reputation for quality, we have placed books, prints and drawings all over the world to both private and institutional collections, including the BBC, The Rare Book library at UCLA and a number of specialist dealers. We aim to give a totally personal service and are always happy to make suggestions for gift ideas and help you to find something to suit a budget or to suggest gift ideas. We do not give informal telephone advice or valuations of books or prints.
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The Cambridge Book and Print Gallery presents the paintings of Julia Ball and Isobel Stemp, two Cambridge-based artists whose works take inspiration from their environments, both local and further afield, and whose work transports us far beyond the literal. Colour is a uniting concern: both painters are highly sensitive colourists with a range that extends from extreme delicacy to full-bodied vibrancy, and on a scale from jewel-like miniatures to panoramic canvasses. Their qualities of light derive from extensive studies made en plein air, and the transformation from the landscape to the canvas often involves a distillation of their subjects into pure qualities of luminescence, resulting in a landscape-based abstraction. Julia Ball has been exploring the East Anglian countryside in such ways for fifty years. Her works can reference specific places — a particular fen for example — but also abstract qualities, as she communicates essences that transcend time and place. She is also an accomplished printmaker, having first studied printing techniques at Reading University.