Sydney : Wild & Woolley, 1989. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 126, illustrated. A fine copy
BOOTH, Peter; SMITH, Jason
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2003. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 152, illustrated. Inscription to title page. ‘The first major survey of work from 1970 – 2003 by one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists’.
Brisbane : Thames & Hudson, 2019. Quarto, laminated illustrated boards, pp. 192, illustrated. New copy. Jon Molvig (1923–70) settled in his adopted Brisbane in 1955 and dominated the city’s art scene into the late 1960s. A volatile and rebellious character, Molvig was also a charismatic teacher whose uncompromising commitment to painting inspired a group of …
Melbourne : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2019. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 268, illustrated. New copy. Mirka Mora features a rich insight into the intellectual life and art practice of one of Australia’s most versatile, creative and prolific modern artists. A Melbourne cultural icon, Mirka, along with her ex-husband Georges, was instrumental in helping to …
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2019. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. xx; 155, illustrated. New copy in shrinkwrap. Hans and Nora Heysen: Two Generations of Australian Art brings together the work of Hans Heysen and Nora Heysen, father-and-daughter artists whose work spanned more than a century. While Hans devoted his mature practice predominantly to …
Edited by Cara Pinchbeck with Djambawa Marawili, Kade McDonald and Henry F Skerritt. Sydney, NSW : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2018. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 128, illustrated. Noŋgirrŋa Marawili is one of the most distinctive Aboriginal artists working today. From her home in Yirrkala, Marawili has revolutionised the art of north‐eastern Arnhem Land …
Brisbane : QAGOMA, 2019. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 104, illustrated. New copy, in shrinkwrap. This publication, which accompanies the QAGOMA exhibition of the same name, chronicles the development of the career of Tony Albert, one of the country’s brightest rising art stars. His work has come to prominence through its ability to speak to important …
Melbourne : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2017. Two volumes, quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 88. 208, extensively illustrated, in buckram slipcase. New copy. ‘Australia’s most internationally acclaimed artist of his time, Rupert Bunny’s life and career was predominantly spent in France before his return to Australia. Combining research from previously unknown letters and diaries with works …
TUNNICLIFFE, Wayne (editor)
Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales and Melbourne : Thames & Hudson, 2019. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 264, illustrated in colour. Contributions by Hilary Spurling, Anne Galbally, Elena Taylor, Anne Ryan, Paula Dredge, Jackie Dunn, Nick Yelverton, and Anne Gerard Austin Australian artist John Russell (1858-1930) was an active and influential member of the …
Melbourne : Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, 2008. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 38, colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue with essay by Diane Soumilas, curriculum vitae and artist bibliography.
Melbourne : Auastralian Galleries, 2001. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 206, contributions by Germaine Greer and Edmund Capon; a fine copy.
MITELMAN, Allan; CROSS, Elizabeth
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2004. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 144, illustrated. A fine monograph on the minimalist. Signed by Mitelman on the title page.
Sydney : Collins in association with the Royal Geographic Society, 1986. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 160, illustrated. The North Australian Expedition of 1855-56 was led by Augustus Gregory and is documented in the sketches, watercolours and oil paintings of Thomas Baines, formerly in the collection of the Royal Geographic Society, and now in the …
Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1983. Oblong quarto, cloth in illustrated dustjacket (lightly creased), pp. 96, illustrated. The first monograph on Fullwood, Official Artist for Australia in France and Belgium during the First World War.
GIMINEZ, Carmen et al.
St. Louis : Pulitzer Arts Foundation, 2015. Folio, lettered wrappers, unpaginated, illustrations. Catalogue published for the exhibitions “Calder Lightness,” curated by Carmen Giménez; “Richard Tuttle Wire pieces,” curated by Emily Rauh Pulitzer; and “Fred Sandback 64 three-part pieces,” curated by Tamara H. Schenkenberg, held at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis, 2015.
Castlemaine : Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, 1994. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated. Limited to 300 copies signed by the artist.