Australia Artists Q-Z
Introduction by Hal Missingham with an article on etching processes by Sir Lionel Lindsay. Sydney : Ure Smith, 1950. Duodecimo, papered boards, pp. 16, 32 black and white plates.
Artist Sigismondo Zacutti’s ticket for the inauguration ceremony of Governor Sir George Clarke, Exhibition Building, Melbourne, 10 December 1901.
[Melbourne : Govt. Printer?, 1901]. Lithographed card, 95 x 117 mm, recto endorsed with name of ticket holder in manuscript ‘Mr. S. Zacutti’; verso with plan of seating for the Exhibition Building; some edge wear and toning, but overall in good condition. The ticket holder was none other than Signor Sigismondo Zacutti, an esteemed Italian artist from Venice who had settled in Melbourne in 1889, …
[McAULEY, James and STEWART, Harold]. “MALLEY, Ern”.
Melbourne and Adelaide: Reed and Harris, 1944. Small quarto, 46 pages, in original wrappers illustrated by Sidney Nolan of ‘The Arabian Tree’ from the ‘Malley’ poem Petit Testament, further reproduced as a black and white frontispiece, spine chipped, a couple of minor stains, upper wrapper nearly detached. The first edition variant in illustrated wrappers, a …
SENBERGS, Jan (1939 - )
Melbourne : Zimmer Editions and Townsville : Lyre Bird Press, 1998. Folio, full blind-embossed cloth binding by Norbert Herold with pictorial inlay, dustjacket lacking, unpaginated, essay by Jenny Zimmer, two folding lithographs of Senbergs’ studio, printed by John Robinson. Numbered 29 of 30 copies signed and numbered by the artist.
Printed paper showbag containing: Ricky Swallow. This time another year (exhibition catalogue). Sydney : Australia Council, 2005. Octavo, lettered red cloth, illustrated endpapers, pp. 144, illustrated. Essays by Charlotte Day, Jennifer Higgie and Tom Nicholson. Ricky Swallow. This time another year (room brochure). Octavo, folded sheet, pp. 8, illustrated. Ricky Swallow. This time another year. Card …
Introduction by Barry Humphries. Preface by Diana Davis. Townsville : Lyre Bird Press, 1998. Quarto, papered boards reproducing a Williams etching, in gilt-lettered clamshell box, bound by Friedhelm Pohlmann, 45 pp, images of the 53 etchings Williams produced in London between 1954 – 1956, and five original etchings by Fred Williams printed posthumously. Limited to …
Melbourne : Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 1987. Square octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp 95. Art monograph on contemporary Australian artist Peter Tyndall, illustrated with reproductions of Tyndall’s works in colour and black and white.
FREE, Renée; HENSHAW, John
Sydney : Lansdowne Press, 1985 (revised edition). Quarto, olive boards with illustrated dustjacket, pp 107. Includes 32 colour reproductions and 52 black and white images, with extensive catalogue and bibliography.
[TILLERS]. EAGLE, Mary
Melbourne : Deutscher Brunswick Street, 1990. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 44, essay by Mary Eagle, catalogue of 14 works, all illustrated in colour, biography of the artist, bibliography, very good copy.
[WHITELEY]. PEARCE, Barry, ROBERTSON, Bryan and WHITELEY, Wendy.
Sydney : The Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1995. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 240, contains 180 colour and 40 monochrome plates, foreword by Edmund Capon, text by Bryan Robertson, Barry Pearce and an interview between Barry Pearce and Wendy Whiteley. A very good copy of the hardcover edition.
[SHEAD, Garry]. GRISHIN, Sasha.
Sydney : Craftsman House, 1998. Quarto, boards in dust jacket, 108 pages fully illustrated. With original label on front of jacket ‘Warning! This book may offend monarchists’. This copy signed by the artist with a fine original pen drawing of the Queen with a kangaroo.
[Bundeena, N.S.W.] : G. Shead, 1992. Quarto, illustrated card covers, [unpaginated], all illustrated. Limited edition of 100 copies numbered and signed by the artist. A fine copy.
SHEAD, Garry and KRAUSMANN, Rudi
Melbourne : Macmillan, 2006. Small quarto, cloth with pictorial inlay, blind-lettered to spine, pp. 122, illustrated. Bilingual poems by Krausmann about creative identities he has known with illustrations by Shead.
[SHEAD]. GRISHIN, Sasha
Sydney: Craftsman Press, 2001. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket, edges slightly rubbed, 204 pp. illustrated throughout. A major monograph on the artist. Signed by Sasha Grishin on the title page.
Sydney: The Beagle Press, 2002. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (minor residue on front and rear wrapper), 143pp. illustrated with the artist’s still lifes and landscapes.
Melbourne : William Heinemann Australia, 1996. Large octavo, boards with dust jacket (sunned), remainder mark to lower edge, 464 pp. Illustrated with photographs. Memoirs from one of Australia's foremost artists working in precisionist depictions of urban landscapes.
WHITELEY, Brett (1939-1992)
Perth : Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1983 (1986 revised edition). Quarto, illustrated wrappers, 72 pp, illustrated in b/w and colour. The expanded and revised edition.
Melbourne : Realities Gallery, 1979. Illustrated catalogue for an art glass installation by Klaus Zimmer within the premises of Realities Gallery. Essay by Jenny Zimmer. Scattered foxing.
Sydney: The David Ell Press, 1980. Folio, boards in dustjacket, 107pp. A major work on the famous horse painter.
Tom Roberts exhibition National Art Gallery of NSW November 1947 to January 1948. Souvenir catalogue
Sydney : National Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1947. Quarto, decorative green white striped wrappers (stained, splits along spine), pp 28, essay on Roberts by Lionel Lindsay, chronological table of Robert's life events 1856-1903, catalogue of the exhibition of 82 works, three black and white plates reproducing Roberts' paintings and a photographic portrait of …
[STREETON, Arthur; ROBERTS, Tom]
Held in the Galleries of Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Brickfield Hill, Sydney. December the 2nd to 24th, 1925. Brickfield Hill, NSW : Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd, 1925. Large octavo, printed wrappers (foxed; edge wear), 8pp, 4 illustrations (2 colour plates). Lists 15 works by Streeton, 5 by Roberts, plus works by Roth, Davies, …
Arthur Streeton memorial exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 5th September to 7th October 1944
[Melbourne] : National Gallery of Victoria, 1944. Large octavo, printed wrappers (small amount of silverfishing), title page with previous owner's inscription, 16 pp, illustrated (6 black and white, 3 colour plates). Lists 135 works.
Held at The Fine Art Society's Gallery, 100 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, March 20 to 30, 1935. Melbourne : The Fine Art Society's Gallery, 1935. Octavo, lettered wrappers (foxed and creased, lower wrapper with some silverfishing), pp 8, frontispiece black and white photographic portrait of the late Blamire Young tipped-in, essay on Blamire Young by R. …
Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1965. Quarto, pictorial wrappers (wet stamp of Queensland Art Gallery to front), 38 pp; introduction by Renee Free, illustrated in colour and black and white; title page with roneo printed errata slip tipped- in.
[STRACHAN, David]; THOMAS, Daniel
: … with a catalogue of the etchings by Nicholas Draffin. Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1973. Quarto, pictorial wrappers (rubbed), 56 pp; with 61 of Strachan's works illustrated in black and white; foreword by Peter Laverty, Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
[ROBERTS, Tom; McCUBBIN, Frederick]; FINLAY, Eleanor; MORGAN, Marjorie
Melbourne : MMP, 2008. Revised edition. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, 78 pp. An important publication on the early history of the en plein-air artists of the Heidelberg School, including Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin, Arthur Streeton, and Walter Withers; a good copy.
Adelaide : Lorraine McLoughlin, 1997. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, 90pp. Monograph illustrated in full colour, signed by author on title page.
Martinborough [N.Z.] : Alister Taylor, 1980. Oblong folio, half-leather over cloth bound boards (a little marked), tipped-in frontispiece portrait, pp. [viii]; 259, numerous tipped-in colour plates, housen in a clamshell box with pictorial inlay. Limited to 1500 copies.
WHITELEY, Brett; WHITELEY, Wendy; KLEPAC, Lou
Sydney : The Beagle Press, 2015. Quarto, gilt-lettered black cloth in matching slipcase, pp. 220, illustrated. The deluxe edition, limited to 25 copies specially bound, with an original linocut by Brett Whiteley 'The Wave' loosely enclosed, specially printed in a numbered edition of 25 copies, signed lower right with the Brett Whiteley studio stamp, and …
WALLER, Olga D. A.
(Based on folk-lore gathered by Sir Baldwin Spencer and Davd Unaipon). Foreword and catalogue with synopsis of legends. [Melbourne] : [s.n.], [circa 1938]. Quarto, printed wrappers, staple bound, 7 leaves, roneo printed; contains an essay titled “William Ricketts' interpretation of Australia Aboriginal folk-lore” by Olga D. A. Waller, which clearly relates to an exhibition of Rickett's …
McDONALD, James S.
Melbourne : Lothian Publishing Company, 1952. Quarto, lettered cloth, 32pp, illustrated with illustrated with fifteen colour and twenty black and white plates. The deluxe edition, limited to 25 copies, signed and numbered by the artist.
McDONALD, James S.
Melbourne : Lothian Publishing Company, 1952. Quarto, navy boards with silver lettering in pictorial dustjacket (a few chips), 32pp, illustrated with illustrated with fifteen colour and twenty black and white plates.
Foreword by Germaine Greer. Melbourne : Gryphon Books, 1983. Quarto, cloth bound boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 131, colour plates (many tipped-in), slight mark to title page.
[RICHMOND, Oliffe], JOHANNES, Christa
Hobart : The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 1989. Square octavo, pictorial wrappers, 36pp. Lists 78 works, with a wide selection reproduced in black and white.
Melbourne : The Velasquez Gallery, 1946. Octavo, lettered wrappers, [8pp]. Tipped in colour plate of The Benign One. Minor foxxing on top wrapper edge. Held in the National Library of Australia and the State Library of Victoria.
Melbourne : Powell Street Gallery, 1986. Oblong Quarto, pictorial wrappers, 16pp. Illustrated with colour and black white reproductions throughout.
[ROBERTS, Tom]; EAGLE, Mary
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 1997. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, 128 pp. A comprehensive monograph, featuring key works of Roberts' with full colour images and academic essays on each featured piece.
[REES, Lloyd; WHITELEY, Brett] KLEPAC, Lou
Melbourne : Museum of Modern Art at Heide, 1993. Oblong octavo, lettered wrappers, 20pp. Lists 86 works with colour images throughout.
COOKE, Glenn R.
Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, 1995. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, [16pp]. Contains a comprehensive biographical essay, with accompanying images of the artists' works reproduced in black and white.
Milan, Italy : Mudima Foundation for Contemporary Art, 2002. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, [36pp]. Shows a large range of Rogers' works in full colour with introduction by Ken Scarlett. Together with invitation card to the Laurine Diggins Fine Art 1997 exhibition Rhythms of life.
Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1982. Square octavo, pictorial wrappers, 20pp, reproduction of Peronne, looking towards Mt St Quention, 1918 on cover. Catalogues 63 works with selected pieces reproduced in black and white. Introduction by Anne Gray.
Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia, 1996. Octavo, brown boards with illustrated dustjacket, 784pp. Biography of one of Australia's foremost landscape painters, including 8 colour plates and 16 colour plates.
Perth: Kingstream Fine Art, 1990. Folio, illustrated wrappers, 100pp. illustrated throughout with extensive text. The major reference on the West Australian.
MCCAUGHEY, Patrick (ed.)
Melbourne : The Miegunyah Press, 2006. Octavo, black cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering, illustrated dust jacket, pp. 257, foreword by Anne-Marie Schwirtlich and Lesley Alway, introduction by Patrick McCaughey, correspondence between the artists dating from 1942 through to late 1970s, illustrated throughout in both colour and black & white with examples of Albert Tucker and …
LEGGE, Geoffrey, et alia
Sydney : Craftsman House, 2006 (revised edition). Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 204, illustrated.
KING, Richard (ed.)
Sydney : Print Room Press, 1980. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 84, illustrated, essay by Robert Holden. Limited to 1000 copies in paperback format.
PHILLIPS, Redmond; TUCKER, Albert (illustrator)
To Peter Finch who always encouraged the boy. Melbourne : Reed & Harris, 1945. Quarto, original pictorial stiff wrappers with design by Tucker, 42 pp, pale water stain to one corner, with full-page black and white illustrations by Tucker accompanying the poems of “Julian Prang”, a fictitious child created by Redmond Phillips, a very good …
Imperial Institute South Kensington [London]. 11th April – 7th May, 1957. Large broadsheet poster measuring 380 x 250mm on yellow paper with red and black lettering and a reproduction of a figurative painting; short 2cm tear to lower edge with old tape mark but otherwise fine.
TILLERS, Imants (1950 - )
Melbourne : Double Vision, 1981. “Standard edition”. Square duodecimo, 205 x 205 mm, pictorial wrappers (lightly marked), pp 95, 95; illustrated; text in English and Chinese (parallel Chinese text translated by Keith Fung); a good copy.
TILLERS, Imants (1950 - )
Melbourne : Double Vision, 1981. “Small edition”. Square duodecimo, 105 x 105 mm, pictorial wrappers (marked), pp 95, 95; illustrated; text in English and Chinese (parallel Chinese text translated by Keith Fung); accompanied by the publisher's prospectus for both the small and standard editions of this work, a 6-page duodecimo folding pamphlet, illustrated (creased and …