LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)
Held in Brisbane from August 1st 1928. Sydney : The Macquarie Galleries and Brisbane : Jeanettie Sheldon, 1928. Duodecimo, exhibition catalogue, lacking exterior wrappers, pp. , foreword and catalogue of works, light foxing. Rare catalogue.
PAPAPETROU, Polixeni (1960 - 2018)
Melbourne : Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2013. Octavo, pp. 24, illustrated. Published for the occasion of the exhibition of the same title at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, 24 May – 14 July 2013
LINDQUIST, Stephanie (curator)
Brisbane: State Library of Queensland, 2010. Narrow folio, illustrated wrappers, pp. 16, illustrated. Original invite enclosed. Catalogue for an exhibition at the State Library.
Melbourne, Vic. : National Gallery of Victoria, 2016. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 287, illustrated.
McGREGOR, Ken and ZIMMER, Jenny
Melbourne : Macmillan Art Publishing, 2007. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 140, illustrated. Melinda Harper is a young artist who came into prominence in the 1990s as a member of the ‘Store 5’ group who actively sought to reinstate geometric abstraction in the contemporary art scene. Her paintings are a celebration of colour, forming a …
McGREGOR, Ken, ZIMMER, Jenny,
Melbourne : Macmillan Art, 2007. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 142, illustrated. Tim Storrier has painted sites in Egypt, Africa, Turkey and the West coast of America. Earning the respect of the art world in 1968 at nineteen by being the youngest ever recipient of the Sulman Prize, he collected it again in 1984. This …
VIDLER, Edward A. (editor)
Adelaide : The Hassell Press, . First Edition. Quarto, papered boards (with label that the sale benefits returned soldiers), black and white and colour plates; original stiff illustrated boards, a very good copy. Includes contributions from Hans Heysen, Vance Palmer, Hugh McCrae, Lionel Lindsay, John Shirlow, Victor Cobb, Henri van Raalte, Napier Waller, Arthur Streeton, …
edited by Roger Butler ; with essays by Tim Bonyhady, Rebecca Edwards, Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax and Macushla Robinson. Canberra, A.C.T. : National Gallery of Australia, 2013. This eagerly awaited publication celebrates the artistic career of one of Australia’s most important printmakers of the twentieth century, Jessie Traill. Embracing the medium of etching in the early 1900s, …
ARKLEY, Howard (1951 - 1999)
Melbourne : Australia Council, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 44, colour illustrations. Fine copy. This is the catalogue of an exhibition of Howard Arkley’s paintings showcased at the 1999 Venice Biennale. The body of work exhibited transformed the familiar and mundane of suburbia into the unique and the exotic at the hands of this unique …
LIEBERMAN, William S.
New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 1961. Quarto, wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated in black and white, light foxing. From the library of Australian artist Robert Jacks, signed by him on a preliminary.
Cairns : Cairns Regional Gallery, 1998. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 185, illustrated. Artists include Ray Crooke, Sidney Nolan, John Olsen, Fred Williams, Brett Whiteley, Tony Tuckson, Frank Hinder, Donald Friend, Ian Fairweather etc.
Melbourne : Sun Books, 1973. Quarto, [pp. 108], illustrated throughout; original stiff pictorial wrappers, previous owner’s name to title page. Originally issued in restricted circulation and scarce in the market.
NOLAN, Rose (1959 - )
Melbourne : Negative Press, 2017. Quarto, self-wrappers with exposed stitching (lightly marked), pp. ; illustrated. The standard edition, limited to 200 copies (a deluxe edition limited to 40 copies signed and numbered by the artist was also published). “This monumental artists’ book returns Vito Acconci’s text, that inspired Nolan’s large scale installation of 282 painted hessian …
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2011. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 52, previous owner’s name to endpaper, illustrated.
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2000. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 264, extensively illustrated. Exhibition catalogue. “Federation is the most comprehensive survey of Australian art since the Bicentennial exhibitions of 1988. It juxtaposes familiar icons of Australian art alongside unusual and little-known works to chart the growth of a distinctively Australian culture. It features landscapes …
[HEYSEN]. KLEPAC, Lou
Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2000. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 54, foreword by Jan Fullerton (director-general, National Library of Australia), essay on Nora Heysen by Lou Klepac, illustrated with numerous colour plates throughout, biography on the artist, information about the exhibitions and awards received by the artist, very good copy (near mint).