LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)
Held in Brisbane from August 1st 1928. Sydney : The Macquarie Galleries and Brisbane : Jeanettie Sheldon, 1928. Duodecimo, exhibition catalogue, lacking exterior wrappers, pp. , foreword and catalogue of works, light foxing. Rare catalogue.
PAPAPETROU, Polixeni (1960 - 2018)
Melbourne : Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2013. Octavo, pp. 24, illustrated. Published for the occasion of the exhibition of the same title at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, 24 May – 14 July 2013
LINDQUIST, Stephanie (curator)
Brisbane: State Library of Queensland, 2010. Narrow folio, illustrated wrappers, pp. 16, illustrated. Original invite enclosed. Catalogue for an exhibition at the State Library.
NOLAN, Rose (1959 - )
Melbourne : Negative Press, 2017. Quarto, self-wrappers with exposed stitching (lightly marked), pp. ; illustrated. The standard edition, limited to 200 copies (a deluxe edition limited to 40 copies signed and numbered by the artist was also published). “This monumental artists’ book returns Vito Acconci’s text, that inspired Nolan’s large scale installation of 282 painted hessian …
[MADDOCK, Bea]. KIRKER, Anne and BUTLER, Roger
Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery and Canberra : Australian National Gallery, 1991. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 118, inscription to half-title, illustrated. A detailed catalogue of the Australian printmaker.
NOLAN, Sidney (1917-1992); CLARK, Jane
A retrospective exhibition 1937 – 1987. Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 1987. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 176, extensively illustrated. A major monograph on the paintings of Nolan. Rare hardcover copy.
With contributions by Barry Humphries, Jeffrey Smart and Christine France. Sydney : The Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1996. First edition. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (corners slightly bent) pp. 128, illustrated.
[MOLVIG]. CHURCHER, Betty
Melbourne : Penguin Books, 1984. Oblong octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 156, introduction and chapter’s on John Molvig’s life and work, catalogue of 445 works, exhibition history, illustrated throughout in colour and black & white, a very good copy.
With a contribution by Wally Caruna on Aboriginal prints. London : British Museum Press, 2011. “Published to accompany the exhibition Out of Australia : prints and drawings from Sidney Nolan to Rover Thomas at the British Museum from 26 May to 11 September 2011”. Quarto, pictorial card covers, 240 pp, colour illustrations. An as new …
[LINDSAY] MERIMEE, Prosper
Translated by Richard Griffin. With illustrations done in Spain in the summer of MDCCCCII by Lionel Lindsay. Foreword by Peter Lindsay. Sydney : Southern Cross Books, 1984. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth in dustjacket, pp. 61, , illustrated. The standard edition.
Bertram Mackennal. The fifth Balnaves Foundation Sculpture Project. Sydney : Art Gallery of NSW, 2007. Quarto, hard cover with illustrated dust jacket, pp. 216, foreword by Edmund Capon, preface by Neil and Diane Balnaves, essays by Deborah Edwards, Juliette Peers, David J. Getsy, Noel Hutchinson, Denise Mimmochi, Roger Neill, Meri Machin-Roberts, Mark Stocker, Terence Lane, …
Sydney : Savill Galleries, 1996. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, staple-bound, unpaginated, illustrated with colour plates, loosely inserted price list. A very good copy.
NOLAN,Sidney (1917 - 1992)
London : The Redfern Gallery, 1955. Quarto, self wrappers, pp. 8, four black and white illustrations (Ned Kelly – Outlaw; Cricifix Sketch Puglia; Crossing the Bridge; Central Australia), essay and catalogue of 66 works ranging across a number of Nolan’s most well known series (including Kelly, Central Australia, Queensland, Flowers, Italy etc). Nolan moved to …
MAMBO; [MOMBASA, Reg]
Sydney : Mambo Graphics, 1994. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 120, illustrated. A catalogue of Mambo’s designs.
Castlemaine : Castlemaine Art Museum, . Octavo, wrappers, pp. 105, illustrated in colour. “John Nixon is one of Australia’s foremost artists…This exhibition presents a recent selection from Nixon’s Experimental Painting Workshop (EPW), a project that began in London in 1978 and continues to this day. Rejecting narrative, realism and pictorialism which he sees as limitations …
Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1973. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 190. illustrated, a little edge wear. First edition. Jane Lindsay’s recollections of her father Norman Lindsay.