30+ gorgeous books about game-changing artists

Big fan of our Vintage Editions? You’re gonna love the 30+ beautiful art books we’ve assembled over on our Bookshop page. Immerse yourself in Hilma af Klint’s visionary artwork. Explore Harlem’s history through Gordon Parks’ game-changing images. Ride Hiroshige’s wave in Edo-era Japanese woodblocks. Walk with Berenice Abbott through the Big Apple in the 1930s. And that’s just a taste of where these books will take you. 

There are so many ways to live with art everyday—when your walls are as full as ours it’s always nice to branch out to something that’d be perfectly situated on a bookshelf or cozy on a coffee table. Art books bring the exhibition home, enabling you to see wayyy more than even the most gung-ho gallery goer could muster. Every single one of these terrific tomes also gives you an opportunity to expand your knowledge, to really dig deeper into the artists that interest you. Don’t neglect the brilliant writing in these books! Like our Vintage Editions, these reads provide context for contemporary art and artists, giving you a new lens through which to see the visual world.

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200


Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii: Journeys

Gordon Parks: A Choice of Weapons


Marion Post Wolcott: Farm Security Administration Photographs


Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms in the Plant World

John James Audubon: Treasury of Audubon Birds

Read on!

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