Australia Artists Q-Z

  • # 24369

    JOHNSON, Vivien

    Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri

    Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 2003. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards, pp. 266, illustrated. ‘Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri was one of Australia’s most distinguished painters of the late 20th century. A pioneer of dot painting in the Western Desert of central Australia, he soon became a leader of this important movement of Indigenous art.’ – …

  • # 24264

    WALLACE-CRABBE, Robin (1938 - )

    Thoughts in the life of an axolotl : a survey of the art of Robin Wallace-Crabbe

    Goulburn, N.S.W. : Tour Print International for Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, [1990]. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 62, illustrated.

  • # 24412

    MIMMOCCHI, Denise; BRAND, Michael

    Tony Tuckson

    Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, [2018]. Quarto, embossed illustrated boards, cloth spine, pp. 227, fully illustrated, a new copy Published in conjunction with a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. “Tony Tuckson’s story is not a simple one. He was an artist – arguably Australia’s most significant abstract expressionist …

  • # 24411

    GRISHIN, Sasha et al.

    Baldessin/Whiteley : parallel visions

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2018. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. x; 202, illustrated. New copy, still in shrinkwrap. Published for the exhibition Baldessin/​Whiteley: Parallel Visions at NGV Australia, Melbourne, 31 August, 2018 – 28 January, 2019. Born forty-two days apart in 1939, Australian artists George Baldessin and Brett Whiteley had much in common. …

  • # 24402

    WHITELEY, Brett.

    Paris ‘Regard de Côté’

    Melbourne: Australian Galleries, 1990. Oblong quarto, printed card wrappers, illustrated in colour throughout. A magnificent Brett Whiteley publication from Australian Galleries.

  • # 24399

    PEARCE, Barry

    Master of stillness. Jeffrey Smart paintings 1940 – 2011

    Adelaide : The Wakefield Press, 2012. First edition. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 136, illustrated.

  • # 10934

    SHIRLOW, John (1869 - 1936)

    The “Sydney Set”

    Melbourne : Edward A. Vidler, 1918. Folio, gilt-lettered papered boards (a little marked), 8 folded sheets with six original etchings, each signed in pencil, tipped in, with three of the six captioned tissue guards, light foxing and offsetting, title page a little marked. The list of plates are: Sydney Cove, From Musgrave Street Wharf, 1917 …

  • # 10077

    STRACHAN, David (artist); KERSHAW, Alister (text)

    Accent & Hazard

    Paris : printed by Jacques Murray at the Stramur-presse, 1951. Small folio, colour printed paper portfolio in original card slipcase housing ten sections containing Kershaw’s poems, etched from the manuscript by Murray, illustrated by eight large full page, double page or folding etchings and aquatints by David Strachan complemented by numerous vignette and title etchings …

  • # 7871

    [ARTHUR STREETON]

    The art of Arthur Streeton (With an 1890 Streeton exhibition invitation and Streeton cut signature)

    Sydney : Angus & Robertson Ltd, 1919. Special number of Art in Australia. Limited edition of 1500 copies; a fair copy, but the verso of the half title has two important ephemeral items laid in: 1. an extremely early and rare Streeton exhibition invitation on thick paper, 84 x 110 mm, with photolithographed illustrated design and …

  • # 24189

    KOLENBERG, Hendrik

    Lloyd Rees etchings and lithographs

    A catalogue raisonne by Hendrik Kolenberg with an introduction by Lou Klepac. Sydney : The Beagle Press, 1986. Quarto, gilt-lettered black calf finely bound with matching slipcase, 112 pp, illustrated throughout. This one of 100 copies of the special collectors’ edition, signed by the artist with an original signed Lloyd Rees lithograph loosely enclosed (very …

  • # 24308

    LAVERTY, Colin

    Frederick Woodhouse and sons. Australian Colonial Sporting Painters.

    Sydney: The David Ell Press, 1980. Folio, boards in dustjacket, 107pp, presentation inscription to title page. A major work on the famous horse painter.

  • # 24298

    GREGG, Simon

    “Grand Country”. Fred Williams in Gippsland.

    Sale, Vic. : Gippsland Art Gallery, 2019. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 40, illustrated. Printed in an edition of 500 copies. New copy. As one of the twentieth century’s most innovative and acclaimed artists, Fred Williams (1927-82) was an icon of Australian art. Williams revolutionised the way we see the natural environment through a distinctive …

  • # 24141

    Rymill, Hon. Sir Arthur

    Lady Rymill’s flower paintings

    Adelaide : Aldgate Publishers, 1986. Quarto, boards with pictorial onlay, pp. 56, illustrated. Limited to 1000 signed and numbered copies. Displays the artist’s passion for camellias.

  • # 24269

    [ROBERTS, Tom]

    A memorial exhibition of paintings by the late Tom Roberts.

    Opened by The Honourable F. W. Eggleston. Melbourne: The Fine Art Society’s Gallery, 1932. Quarto, titled wrappers, 16pp., occasional light foxing, photograph frontispiece and 6 tipped in colour plates, newspaper clipping on Roberts by Arthur Streeton loosely enclosed, catalogue of 62 paintings. Limited to 350 copies.

  • # 24257

    QUILTY, Ben

    Ben Quilty.

    [Docklands, VIC] : Penguin Random House, 2019. Quarto (300 x 260 mm), publisher’s boards in illustrated dust jacket, 343 pp, colour illustrated; with a foreword by Richard Flanagan; a new copy. A celebration of the last two decades of work from Australian artist Ben Quilty, to coincide with a major retrospective of his work.

  • # 24235

    [COSSINGTON SMITH]. JAMES, Bruce

    Grace Cossington Smith

    Sydney : Craftsman House, 1990. Quarto, standard edition, boards with dust jacket (spine sunned), pp 190 (preliminaries foxed), extensive text on Cossington Smith and her work by the author Bruce James, illustrated throughout with colour and black & white plates. An excellent reference on the painter.