Australia Artists E-K

  • # 23796

    HESSON, Angela

    Hans and Nora Heysen : two generations of Australian Art

    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 …

  • # 23784

    KLEIN, Deborah

    Deborah Klein : out of the past 1995-2007

    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.

  • # 23565

    GRAY, Anne

    A. Henry Fullwood. War paintings

    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.

  • # 23568

    McEVEY, Allan

    John Gould’s contribution to British art: a note on its authenticity.

    Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1973. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 28 pp., illustrations, slightly foxed.

  • # 23668


    Stop Jabiluka Mine. David Larwill, Mark Schaller, Peter Walsh.

    Sydney : Gould Galleries, 1998. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, folding card, pp. [12]. Illustrated. Exhibition co-ordinated by Ken McGregor.

  • # 23144

    FRIEND, Donald.

    [FRIEND, Donald]. Tides of sensuality (deluxe edition, presentation copy)

    Working drawings and studies for a major work to be titled Bumbooziana by Donald Friend. Foreword by Elizabeth Summons. Melbourne: Gryphon Books, 1978. Quarto, gilt-decorated red cloth in black dustjacket, illustrated throughout with Friend’s sketches in preparation for Bumbooziana. Limited to 350 copies signed by the artist, this is one of the 100 copies of …

  • # 23264

    GLEESON, James; KLIPPEL, Robert

    Robert Klippel (signed copy by Klippel and Gleeson)

    Sydney and London : Bay Books, 1983. Thick quarto, hessian cloth over boards in illustrated dustjacket (a little sunned), signed by the artist and author on the half title, 492 pp, extensively illustrated in colour and black and white, very slight foxing to preliminries. The definitive reference on the artist.

  • # 23438

    HENSON, Bill (1955 - ); RÜCKERT, Friedrich (1788 - 1866); MAHLER, Gustav (1860 - 1911)

    Kindertotenlieder : Mahler, Henson, Rückert

    London : Stanley/Barker, 2017. Quarto (381 x 305 mm), decorated black cloth, 16 pages letterpress text by Rückert, 64 pages offset with 32 photographs by Henson, housed in a foil stamped black slipcase containing a 12″ vinyl record of the music of Mahler. Published in a limited edition of 150 numbered copies each signed by Bill Henson. …

  • # 23280

    LANE, Elizabeth

    Hal Gye. The man and his work.

    Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1986. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 353, illustrated.

  • # 23314

    GRAINGER, Percy (1882-1961)

    The free music machine drawings of Percy Grainger

    With an introduction by Wilfred Mellers. Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland : Coracle, 2014. Quarto, cloth with pictorial onlay, pp. 68, illustrated. Limited to 300 copies. This book contains all the drawings by Percy Grainger for the Free Music Machines he developed with Burnett Cross towards the end of his musical life. They were mostly drawn between …

  • # 23317

    Forbidden. Fiona Foley

    Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art; Brisbane, University of Queensland Art Museum, [2009]. Quarto, cloth, pp. 152, illustrated. Curators: Michele Helmrich, Christine Morrow, Rachel Kent. Fiona Foley is a leading contemporary Australian artist as well as a curator and lecturer. This exhibition presented a survey of Foley’s art from 1994 to 2009 and included key …

  • # 22689

    [GUÉRARD, Eugene von and GUÉRARD, Louise von]

    Eugene and Louise von Guérard : a deed of release document bearing the signatures of the artist and his wife, dated October 1871.

    On the evening of 12 September 1871 the colonial artist Eugene von Guérard and his wife Louise were passengers on a train which was involved in a collision as it was returning to Flinders Street from Prahran. Ironically, the accident took place only a short distance from their residence in East Melbourne. The injuries both …

  • # 23022


    Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Alkahere. Paintings from Utopia (hardcover)

    Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery, 1998. Quarto, embossed cloth boards in illustrated dustwrapper, 154pp. illustrated throughout. An important monograph, this is one of less than 10 copies specially bound in hardcover by the publisher for presentation.

  • # 19248

    HENSON, Bill.


    Zurich : Scalo, 2005. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket (light wear), 501 pp. A massive and extensively illustrated monograph on the famously controversial Melbourne photographer, published in conjunction with the artist’s major survey exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. A very good copy.

  • # 23229

    MAGON, Jane

    Dale Frank

    Sydney : Craftsman House, 1992. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 204, illustrated. Early monograph on the important Australian abstract painter.

  • # 23126

    McGREGOR, Ken and ZIMMER, Jenny

    Melinda Harper

    Melbourne : Macmillan Art Publishing, 2007. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 140, illustrated. Melinda Harper is a young artist who came into prominence in the 1990s as a member of the ‘Store 5’ group who actively sought to reinstate geometric abstraction in the contemporary art scene. Her paintings are a celebration of colour, forming a …