Nonfiction: The Loves of the Artists by Jonathan Jones

The Loves of the Artists: Art and Passion in the Renaissance by Jonathan Jones Simon and Schuster UK, 2013-14, 380 pgs. Examining the many lives and loves behind the Renaissance’s most dazzling and sensual artworks and sculptures, The Loves of the Artists reveals the secret – and sometimes not-so-secret – symbols of sex within some of the… Continue reading Nonfiction: The Loves of the Artists by Jonathan Jones

Hardback Heaven: ‘The Little Book of Astrology’ (2017) and ‘Monsters: A Bestiary of the Bizarre’ (2010)

Today’s post is going to focus on two more recently published books, both of which on subjects I genuinely love: astrology and mythology. It’s pretty much guaranteed when you have covers like that on subjects like that, I’m going to buy those books. Farewell, money. First up: