Through the New Arcadian Journal, the New Arcadian Press publishes studies in the cultural politics of the eighteenth-century landscape garden. The New Arcadian Journal is the fine press book that uniquely combines original scholarship with artist-illustration. For published appreciations, see Reviews (menu bar above).
The Humphry Repton Bicentenary 2018
In preparation. On The Spot: The Yorkshire Red Books of Humphry Repton, landscape gardener by Patrick Eyres and Karen Lynch. Publication, Spring 2018. This volume is the 3rd ‘Surrogate NAJ, enlarged and in colour’, and it will explore all the places attributed to Repton:- Armley, Bessacre, Harewood, Langold, Mulgrave Castle, Oulton, Owston, Rudding and Wentworth Woodhouse. It will contain the most up-to-date research and reproduce the extant Red Books, courtesy of the owners, along with a festival of associated imagery that includes all Repton’s Yorkshire illustrations for Peacock’s Polite Repository, courtesy of The Gardens Trust. Reserve a copy now by emailing Patrick Eyres: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown
~ NAJ 65/66, The Grenville Landscape of Wotton House, 140 pp., 90 illustrations, 10 authors, 4 artists, 3 map-makers. This A5 book discusses the landscape garden, which was elevated to Grade I by Historic England in 2016, and is a triumph of water engineering by ‘Capability’ Brown.
~ Noble Prospects: Capability Brown and the Yorkshire Landscape, 72 pp., 38 colour illustrations. Get Karen Lynch’s book via ‘Portfolio & Shop / Books’ on the menu bar above.
~ NAJ 75/76, Yorkshire Capabilities. OUT OF PRINT.
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~ See also all the 70 Broadsheets (1981-2011) in ‘Portfolio & Shop’ (menu bar above) as well as the books, cards, posters and ephemera.
~ Diplomats, Goldsmiths and Baroque Court Culture: Lord Raby in Berlin, The Hague and Wentworth Castle (2014). Published on behalf of the Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust as the 2nd ‘Surrogate NAJ, enlarged and in colour’, this 20 x 26 cm book comprises 10 chapters by 9 authors with 196 pages and 156 illustrations (largely photographs). UK price £25 includes post and packing; Overseas price £35 ditto. See ‘Portfolio & Shop / Books’
~ The Ian Hamilton Finlay Collection: From 1981 the New Arcadian Press published many works by or relating to Ian Hamilton Finlay, especially during The Little Spartan War. Many are still available: 6 NAJs, 11 Broadsheets, 1 small book and 4 cards. £255 excluding post and packing, see ‘Portfolio & Shop / Books’