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A year of centenary celebrations for Laurie Lee is launched at Cheltenham Poetry Festival
Angela France - leader of the Poetry Festival event at The University of Gloucestershire
A YEAR of events to mark the centenary of Gloucestershire’s most famous literary son, Laurie Lee, launches today, aptly at the Cheltenham Poetry Festival.
One of the UK’s...
Our recent publication 'Imperial Russian Navy' has been reviewed by Steve Earles in online magazine 'Destructive Music.'
Earles describes the book as 'one of a kind', praising the well organised chapters and stunning photography;
"The photographs, of course, are the real stars. Their reproduction is superb, as is to be expected from Unicorn...
Our 2013 publication 'A is a Critic', a collection of interviews and reviews by art writer and critic Andrew Lambirth has been reviewed in The Spectator.
"This is a superb anthology of what is best in contemporary painting, the most comprehensive overview since Rothenstein’s two-volume Modern British Painters in the 1950s. Lambirth takes the...
Our upcoming publication 'The Laurie Lee Folio' has been featured in The Times this week. Arts correspondent Jack Malvern talks excitedly about the release of this exclusive portfolio, and what the artworks will reveal of Lee's personality.
Our recent publication 'Imperial Russian Airforce 1898-1917' has received a rave review from the FIRE Project e-Magazine!
See below for the full text, or click here to download the PDF.
'The Soviet Revolution has dominated Russian history for two reasons. Firstly, Russia has long been a closed society where its history has been poorly reported...
Michael Glover of the Telegraph has just reviewed the work of Sarah Raphael. In his detailed and fascinating article, Glover discusses her sophisticated and complex painting style, her place in the History of Art, and her influences.
Find out more about what he said here.
Love this article? Why not pick up a copy of our recent publication 'Sarah...
Our recent publication 'Imperial Russian Air Force 1898-1917' has received a rave review in the December issue of 'Microlight Flying' magazine.
They have described it as a must have Christmas gift, stating that leafing through the pages of this book is to 'open the door into another world'.
This charming book is visual feast of early Russian...
Stuart Martin of 'The Thatcher Library', has nothing but praise for our recent publication 'The Ceremonial Funeral of Baroness Thatcher'. 'The Thatcher Library is an online blog that is dedicated to reviewing literature relating the late Baroness Thatcher.
Martin describes the sketches as 'breakingtaking', stating that they capture the majesty...
We are proud to announce that our recent publication 'Sir Winston Churchill: His Life and Paintings' has been listed in the Daily Telegraph's 'Books for Christmas' section.
We also feel that this charming book, with over 500 of Churchill's paintings included, and a touching foreword by Sir Winston’s daughter Mary Soames, would make an excellent...
UNICORN PRESS TO TAKE ON GLOBAL SALES AND DISTRIBUTION FOR IWM
Unicorn Press Sales & Distribution, the marketing division of the Unicorn Press Group, is proud to announce its new sales and distribution contract with the prestigious publishing arm of IWM (Imperial War Museums).
“This is a very exciting project for both Unicorn and...
Thomas Plunkett, the author of 'The Ceremonial Funeral of Baroness Thatcher', is set to exhibit a series of his works at the Chris Beetles Gallery from 17th of December to the 3rd of January.
For more information about the gallery, visit: www.chrisbeetles.com
Our new title Painting As A Pastime has recieved a glowing review in the Daily Mail.
Daily Mail: 3/08/2013.
"Here is a delightful treat for any reader who has ever picked up a paint brush for pleasure. Long out of print, it is Churchill’s essay on how much painting meant to him and it contains some of his liveliest, most unbuttoned prose."
Written by James Sessford