Our Publications

CV-PACKSHOT-EBAYJerusalem Press was founded in July 2007 with the remit to publish the work of artists and writers in limited edition books and fine print editions of the highest quality. So far, our fixation has remained firmly upon Austin Osman Spare, with three more titles currently in progress…

The inaugural publication, was Cockney Visionary, the Austin Osman Spare the catalogue accompanying the Fallen Visionary retrospective (with exclusive documentary DVD). A lavish presentation. Click image for purchase details…

bop-PACKSHOT-EBAYThis was followed by the publication of that classic of Edwardian mysticism, The Book of Pleasure, realised in a newly typeset format, replete with essays from Alan Moore and Michael Staley. The deluxe soon sold out and the standard edition remains our bestseller. Click image for purchase details…

 

refractionsRefractions features a fully illustrated list of works and transcripts of talks given during the Fallen Visionary retrospective. It is the most complete assessment of Spare’s art and life currently in print; including over 200 images. Click image for purchase details…

 

 

Friends & Influences is an invaluable memoir by one of the gs–coverfew remaining 
people still alive that knew Austin Osman Spare. Complementing Gary Sargeant’s firsthand insights is a previously unpublished self-portrait by Spare, along with two other stunning late pastel self-portraits, and a set of newly discovered Boro’ Satyr drawings. Click image for purchase details…

 

Newly Availalble – November 2015
The Catalpa Monographs by Dr William Wallace
Featuring many stunning unpublished artworks by Spare and expanding upon the critical studies first publishing in the 1980s.

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AOS ‘war art’ now on view at the Imperial War Museum…

The Imperial War Museum has just installed an exhibition on the RAMC artists as part of the WW1 centenary commemorations. It features work by Spare, recently out of the vaults. It is located in the art galleries at the museum’s Lambeth location.