Australia Artists L-P

  • # 20763

    PRESTON, Margaret; URE SMITH, Sydney

    Art in Australia. A quarterly magazine. Third series, number twenty-two. Margaret Preston number.

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1927. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers (a couple of light marks, but very good); unpaginated, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates; some scattered pale foxing, not affecting any of the plates; a near fine copy. A special edition of art in …

  • # 19529

    LETI, Bruno (1941 - )

    The sky is the limit. Bruno Leti paintings and photographs.

    Melbourne : the artist, 2017. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 102, fully illustrated. An artist’s book by Leti on the theme of the sky and clouds, all photographs and paintings by the artist. Limited to 75 signed and numbered copies.

  • # 19885

    NICHOLAS, Hilda Rix

    Hilda Rix Nicholas 1884 – 1961

    Melbourne : Ian Potter Gallery, 1990. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (lightly marked), pp. 16, illustrated. Edition of 500 copies.

  • # 19765

    NEDELKOPOLOUS, Nicholas

    Nicholas Nedelkopolous. Uncertain times : tiny paintings

    Melbourne : Deutscher Brunswick Street, 1990. Quarto, exhibition catalogue, pp. 6, folding, illustrated, price list enclosed.

  • # 19756

    PUGH, Clifton; BLASHKI, Pam

    Chai the kangaroo (signed with original pen drawing)

    Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, illustrated endpapers, pp. 48, illustrated by Clifton Pugh. Signed and inscribed by the author and the artist on the half-title with an original pen drawing of an emu by Pugh.

  • # 20108

    LINDSAY, Norman

    Norman Lindsay pencil drawings 1893 – 1968

    An exhibition to commemorate the Bay Book’ publication Norman Lindsay : impulse to draw by Lin Bloomfield. Sydney : The Bloomfield Galleries, 1984. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 4, list of 100 works, prices.

  • # 19875

    PEARSON, Roy H.

    Exhibition of ceramics by Roy H. Pearson

    Adelaide : the artist?, 1966. Octavo, card wrappers with (the artist’s?) hand print stamped on the cover, 4 pp. typed catalogue of 108 ceramics.

  • # 20045

    LOWE, Pat with PIKE, Jimmy

    Jilji. Life in the Great Sandy Desert

    Broome : Magabala Books, 1990. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. [x]; 147. Life in outback Western Australia with illustrations by Jimmy Pike.

  • # 20029

    ANDERSON, Patricia

    Elwynn Lynn’s art world

    Sydney : Pandora Press, 2001. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. [xii]; 442. Biography and insight into the Australian art world.

  • # 19928

    ROSENTHAL, T. G.

    Sidney Nolan

    London : Thames & Hudson, 2002. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 304, extensively illustrated, some fold out plates. Fine.

  • # 20255

    [MARTENS, Conrad]

    Conrad Martens : 1801 – 1878

    Sydney : The National Trust of Australia, 1978. Quarto, wrappers, front illustrated. pp. 16, 7 illustrations, some colour. Includes a couple of pieces of ephemera from an art auction.

  • # 20288

    [O'BRIEN, Justin]

    Justin O’Brien : Australian Galleries

    Melbourne : Australian Galleries, 1984. Quarto, bifold, illustrated front, list of works in exhibition, exhibition dates 17th to 29th September 1984.

  • # 20286

    [O'BRIEN, Justin]

    The directors of Australian Galleries invite you to the opening of an exhibition by Justin O’Brien

    Melbourne : Australian Galleries, 1988. Quarto, bifold, pictorial covers, short biography, list of exhibitions, catalogue of works. Some marks on front.

  • # 20144

    [PERCEVAL, John]

    John Perceval

    [Melbourne] : South Yarra Gallery, 1976. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. [4]; includes paintings from the 1930s to 1970.

  • # 20154

    [LEES, DERWENT]

    Derwent Lees (1885-1931)

    [Melbourne] : Deutsher Galleries, 1978. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, bifold. Brief biography of artist, with catalogue of works.

  • # 20149

    [PLATE, CARL]

    Carl Plate

    [Melbourne] : Niagara Galleries, 1987. Quarto, Illustrated wrappers, pp. [4]. Essay by William Nuttall, one of 500 copies.