Alfred Hitchcock

The Complete Films

By Paul Duncan
Category : Coffee Table Books / Performing Arts
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 688

This complete guide traces Hitchcock’s life and career from his earliest silent films right through to his last picture in 1976, Family Plot. Updated with fresh images, the book combines detailed entries for each of Hitchcock’s 53 films, an incisive essay that sheds light on his fear-inducing devices, photos of the master at work, and an illustrated list of each of his cameos, together adding up to a movie buff’s dream.


Textiles of India

By Helmut Neumann
Category : Coffee Table Books / Fashion & Textile
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 484

This magnificently illustrated and deeply researched volume takes the reader on a journey throughout the Indian subcontinent to explore the history and traditions of its textiles.


25,000 Years of Jewelry

By Maren Eichhorn Johannsen
Category : Coffee Table Books / Jewelry Books
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 384

Now available in a new edition, this opulent book reaches back 25,000 years to trace the history of jewelry from the Paleolithic Era to the present day.


A Mystical Realm of Love

Pahari Painitings from the Eva & Konrad Seitz Collection

By J P Losty
Category : Coffee Table Books / Art Books
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 400

Superbly produced and splendidly illustrated, A Mystical Realm of Love is an important addition to the study of Pahari painting. A major work of scholarship, this welcome new publication also gives readers unparalleled access to one of the most outstanding collections of its kind. Eva and Konrad Seitz have put together over many years an outstanding collection of some of the most famous and important of all 18th century Pahari paintings, including miniatures commissioned by the Rajput rulers of the Punjab Hill states (1650-1850).


Temples of Deccan India

Hindu and Jain, 7th to 13th Centuries

By George Michell
Category : Coffee Table Books / Architecture Books
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 384

This beautifully illustrated book showcases the Hindu and Jain temples of Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka built prior to the invasion of peninsular India by the Delhi sultans at the end of the 13th century.