Aristocratic privilege stands on a precipice in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, a nostalgic study of class and character, newly illustrated with Harry Brockway’s stylised wood engravings for this Folio Society edition.
Max Hastings’ history of Bomber Command, now in a new Folio edition, illuminates this controversial aspect of the Second World War through contemporary photographs and first-hand interviews.
Both hugely influential and deeply controversial, Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged remains a vital read for anyone seeking to understand the current state of global politics. With stunning illustrations by Anna and Elena Balbusso.
Aldous Huxley’s iconic novel, with illustrations by Finn Dean, winner of the Book Illustration Competition. Ursula K. Le Guin introduces.
The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide is a stunning companion for beginners and experienced home astronomers.
The World’s Heritage is a comprehensive and stunning companion guide to all 1,073 UNESCO sites.
Witty, practical and expert advice to suit gardens of any style and size.
The Bauers explores the fascinating history of this family of talented botanical artists who defined the genre.
The Royal Academy of Arts celebrates the 250th Anniversary of the Royal Academy, with over 550 glorious images.
A new visual exploration of the Bard’s geographical and cultural environment.
A revelatory new monograph of the brilliant Pre-Raphaelite artist.
A Little History of Archaeology is packed full of danger, debate, audacious explorers and astonishing discoveries around the globe.
The Glory of Byzantium and Early Christendom is a celebration of 300 of Byzantium’s finest works of art and expressions of Christian faith.
A sumptuous new book revealing how Classical mythology has inspired art over time. Published by Phaidon.
Every Day a Word Surprises Me is a compendium of witty, wise and opinionated quotes by writers across all eras and genres.
Diana Henry stirs up her favourite stories and places into evocative menus in How to Eat a Peach.
In Casablanca, My Moroccan Food, Nargisse Benkabbou blends traditional cuisine with a fresh, contemporary approach.
The first official history of the British monarchy’s Royal Collection. Published by Penguin Books.
How to Die brings together the timeless wisdom on death and dying from the philosopher Seneca in one volume.
One of the world’s great literary legacies, this manual of virtuous living, courtship and pleasure affords an intimate glimpse into Hindu culture.
Meticulously produced facsimile of William Morris’s poetic masterpiece. Illustrated on every page and fully bound in leather blocked in gold.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with Genesis and The Book of Jonah.
Lavishly ornamented and illustrated by Alan Lee. The Old English texts and their translations by Michael Alexander are set on facing pages for ease of reading.
The bloodthirsty biographies of the world’s most infamous pirates are reproduced in this new edition of the pre-eminent piracy book, including original woodcut illustrations and the lives of Blackbeard, Kidd and many more.
A cycling jaunt in Germany provides the backdrop for this laugh-out-loud novel from the master of Victorian quick wit; the escapades beautifully illustrated by Paul Cox.
A new addition to our Dickens collection, this tale of an orphan’s ascendance from pickpocket to squire reproduces the 1937 Nonesuch text and illustrations and is introduced by Peter Ackroyd.
In publishing Hermann Hesse for the first time, Folio presents an edition of Steppenwolf featuring images by Dan Hillier, and a very unusual facsimile, bound into the book itself.
Georges Simenon’s celebrated French detective Maigret appears in his first illustrated editions, featuring wood engravings by Harry Brockway and an introduction by Julian Barnes.
The gripping first-hand account of the turbulent history of Imperial Rome told through the lives of the Caesars, from Julius Caesar to Domitian, vividly translated and illustrated with wood-engraving portraits.
From patronage to postcode – Peter Burke reveals how social history shaped Renaissance art in our exquisite edition illustrated with examples of the period’s great works.