In the 1990s Penguin took over the publication of Brookner's paperbacks and later, through the Viking imprint, the hardbacks too. Initially Penguin favoured paintings, but towards the 2000s they settled on photographic covers.
The posthumous republication by Penguin of almost all of Anita Brookner's novels was a minor event, though the covers aren't always successful. Many of the images seem to be set in the 1950s and 60s, but A Private View (for example) is set, as we learnt in a previous post, firmly in the Nineties.
|A Private View - Cape hardback edition|
|A Private View - first Penguin paperback|
|A Private View - second Penguin paperback|
|A Private View - posthumous edition|
The last feels Brooknerian. One thinks of A Friend from England or Strangers.