Australia Artists A-D

  • # 20039


    Noel Counihan caricatures (signed copy)

    Introduced by Vane Lindesay. Melbourne : Hutchinson, 1985. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 175, illustrated. Signed and inscribed by Counihan and Lindsay to a recipient whose name has been whited-out on the title page.

  • # 20025

    BALL, Sydney

    Sydney Ball. The stain paintings 1971 – 80

    Sydney : Sullivan + Strumpf, 2013. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket, pp. 103, illustrated in colour, invite to the launch enclosed. As new.

  • # 19963

    BETTS, Heather

    Heather Betts

    Copenhagen : Galerie Knud Grothe and Hurtig / Kany Gallery, c. 2014. Folio, laminated boards, pp. 76, illustrated. ‘Heather Betts is an Australian, Berlin based expressionist painter. Betts completed her Masters of Fine Art at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin in 1989. Recently Betts held a solo show at the Melbourne Art Fair, and subsequent exhibition …

  • # 20098

    CYRULLA, Dagmar

    Dagmar Cyrulla. Watched and watching (signed copy)

    [Melbourne ?] : the artist, 2012. Octavo, linen bound boards, pp. 64, illustrated. Signed and inscribed by the artist on the endpaper.

  • # 20132

    BULLOCK, Natasha (editor)

    Harold Cazneaux : artist in photography

    Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2008. Quarto, illustrated cards, pp. 178, illustrated.

  • # 20169


    David Davies: the expatriate period

    [London: Anthony A. Cowden, 1978]. Quarto, Illustrated wrappers, pp. [28], some illustrations, black and white. Foreword by Emma Hicks. Copy number 55 of 350.

  • # 20157


    Julian Ashton : 14 November 1981 – 31 January 1982

    Sydney : National Trust of Australia, [1981]. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 24, illustrated black and white. Introduction by Dinah Dysart, list of principal exhibitions.

  • # 19371

    BOWMAN, Lisa

    Australians on Arthur Boyd

    Melbourne : Australia Post, 1998. Oblong quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers (containing the First Day Cover in rear endpocket), pp. 40, extensively illustrated.

  • # 20103

    CANNING, Criss

    Criss Canning 2008

    Melbourne : Metro 5 Gallery, 2008. Small quarto, blind embossed diecut wrappers, pp. 24, illustrated. Fine copy.

  • # 20109

    BLACKMAN, Charles

    Catalogue of the recent work of Charles Blackman

    With an introduction by Bernard Smith. London : The Leicester Galleries, 1968. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (creased), pp. 16, illustrated.

  • # 19912

    BALZAC, Honoré de (1799 - 1850); CONDER, Charles (1868 - 1909)

    [CONDER]. La Fille aux Yeux d’Or [The girl with the golden eyes]

    By Honoré de Balzac. Translated by Ernest Dowson. With six illustrations engraved on wood by Charles Conder. London : Leonard Smithers, 1896. Octavo, purple lettered yellow cloth, title page in red and black, pp. vii; 107, six illustrations after Conder engravings, light foxing to preliminaries, a very good copy. A fine edition of Balzac illustrated by …

  • # 20481

    SMITH, Geoffrey and ST JOHN MOORE, Felicity

    Charles Blackman. Alice in Wonderland

    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.

  • # 20301

    [NOLAN, Sidney]

    Sidney Nolan : Leda and the swan and other recent work

    London : Matthieson Gallery, [1960]. Large octavo, pictorial wrappers, [10p], illustrated in colour and black and white. Includes introduction by Stephen Spender.

  • # 20277

    SMITH, Geoffrey

    Russell Drysdale 1912 – 81 (hardcover)

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 1997. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 200, illustrated. The uncommon hardcover edition.

  • # 20134

    [CARRICK, Ethel]. ZUBANS, Ruth

    Ethel Carrick (Mrs. E. Phillips Fox)

    A retrospective exhibition. Geelong, Victoria : Geelong Art Gallery, 1979. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, unpaginated, illustrated with 57 plates in black & white, catalogue for the travelling retrospective exhibition of the works of Ethel Carrick [Carrick-Fox]. Some light foxing to cover, otherwise good.

  • # 19942

    WILDE, Oscar; BARTON, Del Kathryn

    Oscar Wilde’s The Nightingale and the Rose. Artworks by Del Kathryn Barton

    Sydney : Art & Australia, 2012. Large quarto, illustrated boards, illustrated endpapers, pp. 56, lavishly illustrated with Del Kathryn Barton’s artworks. Limited to 1000 copies. First edition thus.