Australia Artists Q-Z

  • # 23789

    TUNNICLIFFE, Wayne (editor)

    John Russell : Australia’s French Impressionist

    Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales and Melbourne : Thames & Hudson, 2019. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 264, illustrated in colour. Contributions by Hilary Spurling, Anne Galbally, Elena Taylor, Anne Ryan, Paula Dredge, Jackie Dunn, Nick Yelverton, and Anne Gerard Austin Australian artist John Russell (1858-1930) was an active and influential member of the …

  • # 23781

    SMART, Jeffrey.

    Jeffrey Smart Drawings and Studies 1942 – 2001

    Melbourne : Auastralian Galleries, 2001. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 206, contributions by Germaine Greer and Edmund Capon; a fine copy.

  • # 23620

    STORRIER, Tim (1949 - )

    “The camp at relay” Tim Storrier.

    Sydney : Port Jackson Press, 1977. Oblong octavo, wrappers, pp. 4, illustrated. Prospectus for a portfolio of artworks by Tim Storrier.

  • # 23621

    TUCKER, Albert

    Albert Tucker. An aspect of his work.

    Melbourne : Tolarno Galleries, 1990. Quarto, folding card, illustration, introduction by Jan Minchin, catalogue of 36 works.

  • # 23625

    [WILLIAMS, Fred]

    Fred Williams : major paintings and etchings from the estate of the artist

    Sydney : Rex Irwin Art Dealer, 2000. Octavo, illustrated cover, trifold. Pictures images of 7 works form the exhibition.

  • # 23627

    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. …

  • # 23356

    WHITELEY, Brett (1939-1992)

    Brett Whiteley : the graphics 1961-1992.

    Melbourne : Deutscher Fine Art, 1995. Small folio, illustrated cards, 120 pp, fully illustrated in colour and b/w. A catalogue raisonne of Whiteley’s graphic output, the essential and only complete reference as such. 1000 copies were printed, of which approximately 400 were accidentally destroyed while in storage. Scarce. A very good copy with very slight …

  • # 23316

    DESMOND, Michael

    Jacky Redgate 1980 – 2003

    Adelaide : Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 2005. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (slightly marked), pp. 120, illustrated. Jacky Redgate’s elegant and considered works demonstrate a sustained analysis of form and structure within the disciplines of photography and sculpture. The spatial dimensions of the photographic image has been extended by the artist into sculptural works that …

  • # 23265

    SHEAD, Garry

    Desire : a portfolio of drawings from 1976-1985

    [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.

  • # 23261

    BOND, Anthony

    Ken Unsworth

    Sydney : Artand Foundation, 2018. Quarto, cloth bound boards, pp. 252, extensively illustrated, fold out plates. Sculptor, installation and performance artist,Unsworth was born in 1931 in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Despite growing up as a self-described typical Melbourne kid who loved football, trams and a beer, Unsworth has become one of Australia’s most significant …

  • # 23236

    [STORRIER]. LUMBY, Catherine.

    Tim Storrier : the art of the outsider.

    Sydney : Craftsman House, 2000. Quarto, fine gilt-titled cloth in matching slipcase with pictorial inlay, 216 pp. illustrated throughout. The deluxe edition, limited to 100 copies signed and numbered by Storrier, with an original signed colour lithograph Sunset Run loosely enclosed.

  • # 23230

    SHEAD, Garry and KRAUSMANN, Rudi

    News (deluxe edition)

    Melbourne : Macmillan, 2006. Small quarto, quarter-cloth over papered boards, gilt-lettered to spine, pp. 122, illustrated. The deluxe edition, in an edition of 60 copies, specially bound, with an original signed etching by Garry Shead from his Ern Malley series loosely enclosed. Bilingual poems by Krausmann about creative identities he has known with illustrations by Shead.

  • # 23222

    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; an as 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.

  • # 23221

    COTTER, Julie

    Tom Roberts & the art of portraiture

    Melbourne : Thames &​ Hudson Australia, 2015. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 448, extensively illustrated. New copy. ‘Tom Roberts is a household name across the entire Australian arts-interested population and beyond. His portraits have never been the subject of a book. Those portrayed are figures in the nations history and lead-up to Federation in 1901, and …

  • # 23125

    McGREGOR, Ken, ZIMMER, Jenny,

    Tim Storrier

    Melbourne : Macmillan Art, 2007. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 142, illustrated. Tim Storrier has painted sites in Egypt, Africa, Turkey and the West coast of America. Earning the respect of the art world in 1968 at nineteen by being the youngest ever recipient of the Sulman Prize, he collected it again in 1984. This …

  • # 23191

    TEAGUE, Violet

    Night fall in the ti-tree (facsimile edition)

    Woodcuts by Geraldine Rede and Violet Teague. [Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2008?]. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, cloth spine, unpaginated, french folds in the style of the original publication from 1905. ‘In 1905 Violet Teague, in collaboration with her friend Geraldine Rede, handprinted Night Fall in the Ti-Tree at the Sign of the Rabbit Press, …