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The Higgins Bedford shop has a range of products inspired by the collectionsexhibitions and events. Postcards, stationery, books, and toys, as well as a bespoke range for exhibitions and a growing number of cards and gifts sourced from local makers can be purchased. Ranges include: Bawden, Exhibitions, Collections, Bedford, Garden, Mini and Seasonal.


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Cards at The Higgins Bedford gift shop

Gift wrap at The Higgins Bedford gift shop - with designs by Bawden, Ravilious, Voysey, Wendy Bray and many more


These books are available to order. Please call us on 01234 718618.


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Cecil Higgins Print Catalogue

By Caroline Bacon, James McGregor, Julia Nurse

Accompanying the Cecil Higgins Watercolour Catalogue, this sumptuous and comprehensive catalogue details the print collection held in the gallery. With over three hundred works fully illustrated, by artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Hockney and Freud, this volume is an indispensable guide to the history of printmaking from the mid-nineteenth century to the end of the 20th century and includes a full glossary of printmaking terms. Published by Trustees of the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery.


Price £39.95 excl p&p


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Cecil Higgins Watercolour Catalogue

By Evelyn Joll

The Higgins has been collecting British watercolours since 1951. In the past fifty years it has acquired some six hundred of the best known images and examples by leading artists from the late 16th century to the present.


Fully illustrated in colour and produced in hardback, this superb catalogue is an indispensable guide to the gallery's collection. 


Price £39.95 excl p&p 



Dreams and Nightmares Exhibition Catalogue

By Christiana Payne and Victoria Partridge

Published in partnership with Oxford Brookes University and written by co-curators Christiana Payne and Victoria Partridge, this fully illustrated catalogue details the featured art and artists, giving an in-depth view of the works in Dreams and Nightmares exhibition, including William Blake's The Good and Evil Angels Struggling for Possession of a Child and JMW Turner's Great Falls of the Reichenbach.