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 …
A State Library of South Australia exhibition 22 April – 20 June 1994. Adelaide : Libraries Board of South Australia, 1994. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 40, illustrated. Loosely enclosed : a brochure on historical walks of Hanrahan’s Thebarton.
Melbourne : Sun Books, 1978. Quarto, illustrated card wrappers, pp. 80, illustrated in colour and black and white. Fine copy
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Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, 2018. Quarto, illistrated boards, pp. 202, illustrated. Patricia Piccinini’s imaginative and startlingly life-like artworks surprise and enchant with their fantastic rendering of the near future — a world in which DNA editing is commonplace, machinery is sentient, and life both old and new is flourishing. This publication accompanying the exhibition …
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2017. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 75, illustrated. New copy. ‘His powerful and edgy images approach the painterly and the cinematic, bringing formal and classical qualities to the gritty, casual dramas of the everyday. This publication presents a selection of images, compiled by the artist, that range from sublime …
Melbourne : Thames and Hudson, 2008. Oblong folio, boards in illustrated dust jacket, unpaginated, 173 colour plates, first Australian edition, first published by Scalo, Zurich in 2002, new copy. A large format survey of Henson’s famous lyrical photographs. ‘Internationally renowned photographer Bill Henson is a passionate and visionary explorer of twilight zones, between day and …
Melbourne : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2016. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 240, extensively illustrated. New copy. This finely illustrated, exhaustively researched and beautifully-written biography on Leason features the artist’s entire career as a painter and cartoonist renowned for his depictions of Australian society in the 1920s and 1930s. ‘Who would have thought that a boy …
Melbourne : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2015. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 448, extensively illustrated. New copy. ‘Tom Roberts is a household name across the entire Australian arts-interested population and beyond. His portraits have never been the subject of a book. Those portrayed are figures in the nations history and lead-up to Federation in 1901, and …
[LINDSAY, Norman]. BLOOMFIELD, Lin (ed.).
Bungendore: Odana Editions, 2008. Quarto, pictorial boards, 335 pages, profusely illustrated. During his long creative life Norman Lindsay produced works in many media, but pencil was the only one he used continuously from childhood to old age. The earliest drawing reproduced in this book was done in 1889, when he was ten years old; the …
Foreword by James Burr, A background to Sfumato by Sheldon Williams. London, Zwemmer Gallery, 1967. Small folio, 24 pages, illustrated laminated boards, illustrated throughout. A scarce publication from Boyd’s London years. From the library of Queensland art dealer Sharon Jones, her name inscribed to the endpaper.
Brisbane : Philip Bacon Galleries, 2010. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 24, illustrated. Includes essays by Lawrence Daws, Joe Furlonger, Imants Tillers. Price list included.
Melbourne : TarraWarra Museum of Art, 2005. Octavo, brown wrappers, pp. 34, colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue, with introduction by Elizabeth Cross.
Sydney : Savill Galleries, 2011. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, [pp. 36], illustrations throughout. Catalogue of 39 works for the exhibition, includes price list.
[Melbourne : RMIT Gallery, 1978]. Quarto, white folding card, 3 double sided pages. Catalogue of 34 works, text by Rosalie Gascogne.
[Melbourne : Tom Silver Fine Art, 1982]. Quarto, folding card, bifold. Catalogue of 28 works featured in the exhibition.
Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2008. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 120, colour illustrations throughout. A showcase of how Australian bird art has changed from 1788 to the present. Features illustrations from the National Library of Australia’s collection.