Melbourne : Charles Nodrum Gallery, 2002. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, unpaginated [pp. 8], 9 colour illustrations. Catalogue of 19 works.
Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1976. Square octavo, pictorial wrappers, white sticker label to upper wrapper, pp 52. Illustrated with black and white reproductions.
Broken Hill : Broken Hill City Art Gallery, [circa 1985]. Quarto, wrappers (one corner bumped), illustrated front. pp. 30, Essay by Terence Maloon. Photographs throughout.
YANG, William et al.
Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), 2021. Quarto, gilt-lettered pictorial boards, pp. 220, extensively illustrated. New copy. Queensland-born, Sydney-based photographer William Yang’s significant contribution to Australian photography spans five decades. Known for his reflective and joyous depictions of Australia’s LGBTQI scene in the late 70s and 80s through to the …
Jeffrey Smart. A man is illogical on horseback; but in a satellite, surreal (signed and inscribed copy for Geoffrey and Robin Dutton)
Foreword by Germaine Greer. Melbourne : Gryphon Books, 1983. Quarto, cloth bound boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 131, colour plates (many tipped-in), signed by Jeffrey Smart on the half-title page and inscribed to the great Australian poet and his wife ‘For Geoff & Robin with best love as ever Jeffrey 24 / Oct 92’ Provenance …
CLARK, Jane and DRUCE, Felicity
Sydney : The Beagle Press, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 128, published in conjunction with the Violet Teague retrospective exhibition (1999), foreword by Professor Jaynie Anderson, contains 52 colour and black & white plates of Teague’s works, introduction by Jane Clark, essays by Felicity Druce, Richard Neville, Roger Butler, Anita Callaway, Kay Vernon, Jeanette Hoorn, …
St. Lucia, QLD : UOQ Press, 1993. First edition. Large octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp 191, with colour photographic portraits of the artists and colour and b/w plates of selected works; a fine copy. Profiles (based on meetings and interviews) with Whiteley, Smart, Nolan, Boyd, Olley, Brack, Olsen, Storrier, Rees, Wolseley, Lanceley, Friend, and Joshua …
[ARTHUR STREETON] Sydney Ure Smith, Bertram Stevens and C. Lloyd Jones (editors)
Sydney : Angus & Robertson Ltd, 1919. Special number of Art in Australia. Limited edition of 1500 copies. Quarto, illustrated mauve boards with green linen spine in dustjacket (fine), 56 plates (36 tipped-in, colour), slight offsetting as usual, previous owner’s bookplate on front pastedown, the frontispiece plate slightly crumpled on one corner. Limited to 1500 …
WATSON, Just and MARTIN-CHEW, Louise
Melbourne : Miegunyah Press, Melbourne University Press, 2009. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (slight edge wear), pp. 240, illustrated. Signed by Judy Watson. Scarce. In this lavishly illustrated book, Watson takes us with her on a journey into the plight of the dispossessed Indigenous Australian with whom she shares a family history and heritage.
SMITH, Julian (1873 - 1947)
[Cover title : 50 masterpieces of Australian photography]. Containing some of the last and finest works of this internationally-famous master. With a foreword by Russell Grimwade. Melbourne : McLaren & Co., . Folio 44 cm tall), illustrated papered boards (edges rubbed), cloth spine and ribbon tie, 8 pp. booklet by Grimwade (cover unevenly browned), 50 …
Sydney : Craftsman House, 1998. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 176, illustrated. First edition, a fine copy.
[VASSILIEFF]. ST JOHN MOORE, Felicity.
Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1982. Octavo, boards in dust jacket, 184pp., illustrated. A fine copy from the library of Noel Hutchison, signed by him on the endpaper.
Sydney : Bay Books, 1980. First edition. Quarto, cloth in dustjacketm pp 338. An authoritative monograph on Australian artist Fred Williams, illustrated with 197 plates in full colour. First edition, a hint of foxing to preliminaries, else a fine copy.
GREHAN, Helena and SCHEER, Edward
Sydney : NewSouth Publishing, 2016. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 190, illustrated. New copy. Acclaimed photographer William Yang has captured the zeitgeist like no-one else, providing a very personal insight into the evolution of Mardi Gras, the spectre of AIDS, Sydney’s theatrical and social scenes, and changing notions of ‘belonging’ in multicultural Australia. In this ground …
Sydney Ure Smith
Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1921. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers (sunning on spine), unpaginated, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, an excellent copy. Includes essay by Norman Lindsay titled ‘The Quick and the Dead’; essay by Hugh McCrae titled ‘The Dawamesk’. Illustrations by Thea Proctor, …
Melbourne & Adelaide : Reed & Harris, 1944. Small square quarto (190 x 145 mm), publisher’s cloth-backed illustrated boards in the original dust jacket (spine chipped at head and foot and with a couple of ink marks, else very good); a presentation copy inscribed by the author in ink on the front free-endpaper ‘With many …