Australia Artists A-D

  • # 24506

    BRADDON, Russell

    Thomas Baines and the North Australian Expedition

    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 …

  • # 24429

    THOMAS, Daniel.

    Criss Canning : the pursuit of beauty. (Deluxe edition with original signed etching)

    Melbourne : Macmillan, 2007. Quarto, gilt-lettered teal cloth in matching slipcase, pp. 192, fully illustrated. First edition, the deluxe edition, limited to 75 numbered copies, with an original signed etching ‘Banksia’, printed at Port Jackson press, loosely accompanying the book. Written and published to coincide with the artist’s retrospective exhibition at the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery. …

  • # 24344

    DUPAIN, Rex

    Rex Dupain. Australian images (signed copy)

    Sydney : New Holland , 2002. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (slightly creased), pp. 160, illustrated. Signed by the photographer on the half-title. Full page presentation inscription from art dealer Scott Livesey to endpaper. This stunning collection of black and white images is the culmination of five years of photographic work. During this time Rex Dupain …

  • # 24302

    [BALL, Sydney]; LOXLEY, Anne

    Sydney Ball : the colour paintings 1963-2007

    Penrith Regional Gallery &​ The Lewers Bequest, 2008. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 84, illustrated. “The book is an exhibition catalogue of a survey exhibition of the acclaimed Australian artist Sydney Ball and his abstract colour paintings curated by Anne Loxley. The exhibition and book focusses on works from Sydney Ball’s celebrated colour periods 1964 …

  • # 24176

    DOBELL, William

    William Dobell.

    Sydney : War Memorial Gallery of Fine Arts, University of Sydney, 1960. Quarto, catalogue, folded sheet, pen inscription to cover, catalogue of 26 works.

  • # 24175

    DOBELL, William et al

    John Martin & Co. Ltd. present paintings and drawings by William Dobell

    Adelaide Festival of Arts 1960. Adelaide : John Mart & Co., 1960. Octavo, printed wrappers, pp. [16], illustrated.

  • # 24173

    DOBELL, William et al

    William Dobell. An exhibition of selected works.

    London : Qantas Gallery, 1965. Quarto, illustration wrappers, pp. 4, essay by Hal Missingham, press release flyer enclosed. Held as part of the Commonwealth Arts Festival.

  • # 24172

    DOBELL, WIlliam et al

    Dobell loan exhibition

    Newcastle : Newcastle City Art Gallery, 1960. Octavo, folding exhibition catalogue, pp. [6].tipped-on cover illustration, slight discolouration else a very good copy.

  • # 24436

    DOBELL, William (1899-1970); David Jones' Art Gallery, Sydney.

    Willam Dobell : Exhibition of paintings January 27 to February 17, 1954.

    Sydney : David Jones’ Art Gallery, 1954. Oblong octavo, colour illustrated wrappers, staple bound, [8] pp, a list of 100 oils, watercolours, gouaches and drawings, mainly of scenes in New Guinea but including some Lake Macquarie views and several portraits (Mrs Frank Clune; Elaine Haxton; James Cook; Pixie O’Neill; The Tattooed Lady).

  • # 24417

    [COBURN, John].

    John Coburn : Prints 1959 – 2000 (with an original signed screen print)

    Compiled by Julianna Kolenberg, with an essay by Peter Skrzynecki. Melbourne : Australian Galleries, 2000. Quarto, casebound, 48 pp. The deluxe edition, limited to only 45 copies, signed by the artist, with an original screenprint measuring 180 x 180mm titled Sunrise, produced specially for the book. A fine and scarce deluxe edition.

  • # 24414

    ALBERT, Tony.

    Tony Albert : visible

    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 …

  • # 24411

    GRISHIN, Sasha et al.

    Baldessin/Whiteley : parallel visions

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2018. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. x; 202, illustrated. New copy, still in shrinkwrap. Published for the exhibition Baldessin/​Whiteley: Parallel Visions at NGV Australia, Melbourne, 31 August, 2018 – 28 January, 2019. Born forty-two days apart in 1939, Australian artists George Baldessin and Brett Whiteley had much in common. …

  • # 24041

    CRAWFORD, Marian (1955 - )

    Memory work

    [Melbourne : the artist, 2018]. Artist’s book. Octavo (21cm tall), self-wrappers, blue cellophane dustjacket, pp. [48], printed letterpress, relief and intaglio. Unique edition. A contemporary photobook created by Melbourne artist Marian Crawford, drawing on her memories growing up on Babana, or Ocean Island (contemporary Kiribati) and using historical photographs of what was at the time …

  • # 24125

    [ARKLEY]. CRAWFORD, Ashley and EDGAR, Ray.

    Spray. The work of Howard Arkley.

    Sydney : Craftsman House, 1997 (2001 revised edition). Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 152, illustrated. Previous owner’s name to endpaper. A very good copy of a rare title.

  • # 24320

    GOLD, Frances Joslin

    [HOWARD ARKLEY] The instant decorator

    New York : Clarkson N. Potter, 1976 (1977 second printing). Oblong folio, spiral bound, cloth covered boards, pp. xiii; 104; colour plates, glassine stencilled designs of interiors, internally clean. A very good copy of this classic guide to 1970s interior design. Gold’s ‘Instant decorator’ would be the major source book for many paintings by Australian …

  • # 24295

    GREGG, Simon

    Daniel Crawshaw : high country gothic

    Sale, Vic. : Gippsland Art Gallery, 2014. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 112, illustrated. Printed in an edition of 500 copies. New copy. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Vic.; Bayside Arts &​ Cultural Centre, Brighton, Vic., and Dubbo Regional Gallery, Western Plains Cultural Centre, NSW, during 2014-2015. Includes interview of …