Sydney : Pan Macmillan, 2008. Quarto, black boards with silver lettering, 656pp, fully illustrated in colour. A major monograph exploring Australian art across the colonial period, looking at leading artists and their works in a social historical context.
PERRY, Peter and John
Castlemaine, Vic. : Castlemaine Art Gallery, 1996. Quarto, boards in dust jacket (sunned), pp. 130, illustrated. Limited to 1500 copies numbered by the author.
LINDSAY, Norman; FULLERTON, Peter
/ edited and with a commentary by Peter Fullerton. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1983. Large quarto, brown cloth boards with pictorial dustjacket, 251 pp, illustrated in black and white, 4 colour plates. A fine copy. Lindsay’s World War One cartoons, originally published in the Bulletin.
Melbourne : Thames & Hudson, 2021. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards, pp. 272, illustrated. New copy. Born in Ballarat, Victoria, Hilda Rix Nicholas held her first solo exhibition in Paris in 1912. On sale were drawings made in Morocco earlier that year. The French state bought one of them, Grand Marché, Tanger, for display in the …
Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, 1992. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 32, illustrated. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Queensland Art Gallery, 1992.
CATALANO, Gary (1947 - 2002)
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 2001. First edition. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 199, extensively illustrated, presentation inscription to preliminary. Printed in an edition of 1500 copies. A rare copy signed by both the artist Rick Amor and the author Gary Catalano, who passed away the year following.
Canberra, ACT ; [Melbourne] : National Library of Australia Publishing in Association with the State Library of Victoria, 2015. Quarto, illustrated cloth, pp. 255, illustrated. A fine copy. ‘Samuel Thomas Gill, or STG as he was universally known, was Australia’s most significant and popular artist of the mid-nineteenth century. For his contemporaries he epitomised ‘Marvellous …
[BURN, Ian]; STEPHEN, Ann
Melbourne : The Miegunyah Press, 2006. Quarto, white boards with pictorial dust jacket (spine sunned), pp 251. The first biography of Australian conceptual artist Ian Burn, featuring over 160 images of Burns’ works. Inscribed by author on half-title.
Bendigo, Vic. : Bendigo Art Gallery, 1998. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 76, illustrated. Scarce. Printed in an edition of 1000 copies.
Melbourne: Ian Potter Museum of Art, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (sunned, as almost always has occurred to this binding to some extent), 76pp., illustrated. Printed in an edition of 2000 copies, now very scarce.
[Cover title]. Alice Springs, N.T. : Northern Territory Administration, 1972. Large octavo, publisher’s pictorial wrappers (lower wrapper with street map), staple bound, 20 pp, b/w photographic illustrations; a very good copy. A guide for prospective residents, including sections on Aborigines; flora and faunahousing; employment; education; churches; community activities, etc. The wrapper features an art gallery …
[Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, 1962]. Octavo, illustrated wrappers with Russell Drysdale’s painting Back verandah, pp. 12, illustrated, essay by Robert Smith; a very good copy of this catalogue of an important exhibition showcasing artists from Conrad Martens to Margaret Olley.
JACK, Kenneth (1924 - 2006)
Brisbane : Booralong Publications, 1990. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (creased), some occasional foxing, pp. 104, illustrated. Signed by the artist on the title page.
Distort : not for everybody. Issue #16. West Hollywood, U.S.A. : Unicorn Records, 1981. Octavo, illustrated wrappers. HARMON, Debbie. Bad Mother: Vols 1-4. Melbourne : Debbie Quadri, 2004. Octavo, colour pictorial wrappers, numbered 314 of 1000. FLEETWOOD, Julian (ed.) The Sex Mook: What is our sex? Melbourne : Vignette Press, 2007. Octavo, colour pictorial wrappers. …
Melbourne : Museum of Modern Art at Heide, 1995. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (light handling creases), pp 36. Illustrated throughout with photographs of work displayed.
Melbourne : Macmillan Art Publishing, 2008. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 230, illustrated. A scholarly and academic work. Mint cop, as new. ‘With an approach that is irreverent but at the same time scholarly and searching, Dr Traudi Allen engagingly explores the way art history has unwittingly supported the establishment of Australian myths and stereotypes: the …