[BALDESSIN]. LINDSAY, Robert and HOLLOWAY, Memory.
Melbourne: NGV, 1983. Folio, illustrated silver wrappers (lightly scuffed), 152pp. extensively illustrated. A fine copy, an important retrospective.
With an introduction by Ron Radford and a memoir by Malcolm Otton. Sydney : The Beagle Press, 1995. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 160, extensively illustrated. A fine copy.
Melbourne : McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park, 2005. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 124, illustrated. Exhibition held 8 May-26 June at McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park. Exhibition curator : Robert Lindsay. Printed in an edition of 2000 copies (an additional 100 hardcover copies were also printed).
Essays by Christopher Heathcote, Bruce James, Gerard Vaughan and Kristy Grant. With a preface by Chris Wallace-Crabbe. Melbourne : Macmillan, 2014 (revised edition). Folio, boards in dustjacket, pp. 256, extensively illustrated. First published in 2003 and reissued in a revised and expanded edition in 2014 (as here), this is a fine copy, near new, of …
ART PHOTOGRAPHIC & PUBLISHING SERVICE (SYDNEY)
Artist Will Ashton shakes hands with his son, Adrian, as Archer Russell looks on. National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1933.
Gelatin silver print photograph, 150 x 205 mm, verso wet stamped ‘Art Photographic & Publishing Service, 175 Pitt Street Sydney’, and with later captions in pencil ‘Will & Adrian Ashton’ and in pen ‘Caravan tour with Archer Russell. Adrian bidding farewell’; mild wear at right-hand corners, otherwise fine (unmounted). A superb print. This photograph was published …
COUNIHAN, Noel (1913-1986)
Group of Soviet propaganda postcards featuring social realist works by Australian communist artist Noel Counihan.
Moskva : Izogis (Experimentalnaya Tipografiya VNIIPP), 1960. Eight postcards (all issued?), 150 x 105 mm, six printed in black-and-white and two in colour, reproducing both lithographs and paintings; versos with ‘Noel Counihan – Australia’, title of work and ‘Australian Artists Exhibition’ in Russian; all in superb condition. In 1960 Counihan travelled to Moscow and Leningrad …
Melbourne : Scott Livesey Art Dealer, 2005. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 40, colour illustrations throughout. Introduction by Ashley Crawford.
McGREGOR, Ken and ZIMMER, Jenny
Melbourne : Macmillan Art Publishing, 2010 Series: Macmillan mini-art series number 5. Small square octavo, pictorial boards in dust jacket, 144 pp extensively illustrated. An as new copy.
ARKLEY, Howard (1951 - 1999)
Melbourne : Australia Council, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 44, colour illustrations. 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 artist who …
Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1993. Octavo, boards in dust jacket, pp. 568, illustrated.
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. …
[ANNAND]. McDONALD, Anne
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2001. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 96, illustrated, light shelf wear, else fine.
JAMES, Rodney (curator)
Melbourne : Mornington Peninsula Gallery, 2003. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (lightly rubbed), 28pp. Exhibition catalogue which features full colour images, and essays by Catherine Salmon and Dr. Juliette Peers.
SMITH, Geoffrey and ST JOHN MOORE, Felicity
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2006. Quarto, illustrated card wrappers, pp. 142, extensively illustrated. A very good copy.
Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 2017. Second edition. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards, pp. 224, illustrated. As new copy. “Dorrit Black: Unseen Forces was written by Tracey Lock, Curator of Australian Paintings & Sculpture at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Dorrit Black is the last major Australian modernist to be the subject of a monograph. …
SMITH, Geoffrey and ST JOHN MOORE, Felicity
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2006. Quarto, boards with pictorial onlay in dust jacket, pp. 142, extensively illustrated. One of the scarce hardcover copies, only 1000 were printed and all sold out during the exhibition. A fine copy.