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Examples of our work

Cedric Morris: A Life in Art and Plants

Cedric Morris: A Life in Art and Plants

Janet Waymark | Lecturer & Author

Biography

Janet Waymark was awarded a PhD by Birkbeck, University of London, for a study of landed estates in Dorset from 1870. She has previously published two books. Cedric Morris (1889-1982) was an accomplished painter of flowers and landscapes. Morris set up the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing in Suffolk, where students included the young Lucien Freud and Maggi Hambling. Drawing on archive material and extensively illustrated, this book explores Morris’ family roots in South Wales, follows his travels in Europe and beyond and evokes the singular camaraderie of the East Anglian School.

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Driving the Silk Road: Halfway Across the World in a Bentley S1

Driving the Silk Road: Halfway Across the World in a Bentley S1

Douglas McWilliams | Founder & Chairman

Travel & Economics

Founder of the Centre for Economics and Business Research, Douglas McWilliams suspected that the world’s centre of economic gravity was shifting towards Eurasia and, after a lively Christmas dinner, came up with a very exciting way to find out if he was right. Driving the Silk Road charts Douglas’ journey from Beijing to paris on the world’s toughest endurance rally. Following huge success on the journey and some fascinating economic analysis, Douglas’ adventure has been detailed in The Telegraph and on China Daily, and the book continues to sell well!

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