Australia Artists E-K

  • # 26264

    [FAIRWEATHER, Ian].

    Ian Fairweather. May 18 – June 14, 1984.

    Brisbane: Phillip Bacon Galleries, 1984. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (light handling wear), 36pp., illustrated with tipped-in colour plates. Limited to 1000 numbered copies. Foreword by Lawrence Daws. Catalogue by Murray Bail.

  • # 26263

    FAIRWEATHER, Ian

    Fairweather. Paintings and drawings 1922 – 1971.

    Brisbane : Philip Bacon Galleries, 2010. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (one corner slightly bumped), pp. 24, illustrated. Includes essays by Lawrence Daws, Joe Furlonger, Imants Tillers.

  • # 26260

    CROMBIE, Isobel

    Fred Kruger : intimate landscapes. Photographs 1860s – 1880s

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2012. Oblong quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 138, illustrated. Fred Kruger was one of the leading landscape photographers of the 19th century in Australia, working extensively throughout Victoria. Kruger migrated from Germany in 1860 and a few years later opened a photographic studio in Carlton, Melbourne before moving his thriving …

  • # 25785

    HENSON, Bill

    Principio erat (Artist’s edition A)

    Paris : Editions Bessard, 2019. Folio, pictorial laminated boards, pp. [70], several double fold-out pages, printed on high quality matt photographic paper. Principio erat is published in a standard and deluxe edition – described as the ‘Artist’s edition’ by the publisher. The standard edition is published in two variations, each limited to 500 numbered copies. …

  • # 25784

    HENSON, Bill

    Principio erat (Artist’s edition B)

    Paris : Editions Bessard, 2019. Folio, pictorial laminated boards, pp. [70], several double fold-out pages, printed on high quality matt photographic paper. Principio erat is published in a standard and deluxe edition – described as the ‘Artist’s edition’ by the publisher. The standard edition is published in two variations, each limited to 500 numbered copies. …

  • # 26208

    HALL, Lindsay Bernard (1859 - 1935)

    Exhibition of paintings by the late Lindsay Bernard Hall

    Melbourne : Block Gallery, circa 1970. Octavo, exhibition catalogue, pp. 6, lightly foxed, catalogue of 47 priced works, essay. Exhibition officially opened by Sir William Dargie.

  • # 26234

    HABY, Gracia and JENNISON, Louise [Gracia & Louise]

    Nineteen : or compilation box of zines, 2017 – 2018

    Printed card box in the form of a giant matchbox, 160mm x 230 mm x 45 mm, containing 19 handmade zines by the two artists created in 2017 and 2018. Created in an edition of 5 boxed sets hand lettered title card. This is set number 4, all the editioned zines are also edition number …

  • # 26185

    McGREGOR, Ken and ZIMMER, Jenny.

    Robert Jacks (signed with small ink sketch)

    Sydney: Craftsman House 2001. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, 168 pp. profusely illustrated. Signed by the artist, dated 2010, with a small ink sketch. The major monograph on Jacks works and life. A fine copy.

  • # 26182

    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 …

  • # 26181

    KLEPAC, Lou

    Hans Heysen. Paintings, drawings and watercolours

    Sydney : The Beagle Press, 2016. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 216, illustrated. New copy Hans Heysen is one of the giants of Australian art who transformed the way we see the Australian landscape during the first two decades of Federation. Back from four years of study in Europe at the end of 1903, he …

  • # 26172

    van WYK, Susan; NEGUS, George

    No standing, only dancing : photographs by Rennie Ellis (deluxe edition with photograph)

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2008. Quarto, black Brillianta linen with debossed Rennie Ellis signature and clear foil finish, hand crafted slip case, pp. 135, extensively illustrated. The deluxe edition, limited to 110 copies (of which 100 were for sale) with an original Rennie Ellis photograph Dino Ferrari, Toorak Road 1976 (20.3 cm x 25.4 cm) …

  • # 26161

    THOMAS, Daniel.

    Sali Herman.

    Melbourne: Georgian House, 1962. First edition. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket, 38 plates, previous owner’s name to endpaper. An important early monograph in fine condition in the Australian Art Monographs series.

  • # 26152

    ELLIS, Rennie (1940 - 2003)

    Decadent 1980 – 2000

    Melbourne : Hardie Grant Books and the State Library of Victoria, 2014. Quarto, diecut boards, pp. 251, illustrated. Mint copy in shrinkwrap. Decadent: 1980-2000 is a photography book showcasing Rennie Ellis’ contribution to photography and social history. With an introduction by photographer and Rennie contemporary William Yang and an essay by photographer and art critic …

  • # 26151

    ELLIS, Rennie (1940 - 2003)

    Decade 1970-1980

    Melbourne : Hardie Grant Books and the State Library of Victoria, 2013. Quarto, diecut boards, pp. 255, illustrated. New copy, still in publisher’s shrinkwrap. ‘His photographs explore the cultures and subcultures of the decade , as well as the emerging decadence and hedonism that would come to characterise society in the 1980s.’ – the publisher.

  • # 26084

    GILL, Samuel Thomas (1818-1880); CANNON, Michael (ed.)

    The Victorian gold fields 1852-3 : an original album by S.T. Gill

    Melbourne : John Currey O’Neil, 1982. First edition. Square quarto, publisher’s gilt lettered green cloth boards in illustrated dust jacket, 100 pp, illustrated with full-page colour plates; a very good copy.

  • # 26080

    ELLIS, Rennie; STACEY, Wesley

    Kings Cross Sydney : a personal look at the Cross by Rennie Ellis and Wesley Stacey.

    Melbourne : Thomas Nelson (Australia), 1971. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards (slight bump to head of spine), lacking the dustjacket, pp. 80, light foxing to preliminaries, extensively illustrated. A photographic look at the infamous Kings Cross district of Sydney, with its iconic melange of locals, tourists, entertainers and hustlers. A very good copy.