Australian Art - General

  • # 29273

    GRISHIN, Sasha

    Australian printmaking in the 1990s : artist printmakers, 1990-1995

    Sydney, NSW : Craftsman House : G+B Arts International, 1997.Quarto, boards in dustjacket (spine slightly sunned), cover by Bruno Leti, pp. 336, illustrated, a very good copy. Includes works by Rick Amor, Dean Bowen, G. W. Bot, John Wolseley, Judy Watson, Lin Onus, Gordon Bennett, Petr Herel, Aida Tomescu, Davida Allen, John Coburn, Marian Crawford, …

  • # 29153

    BROWN, Louise et al. (compilers)

    A book of South Australia : women in the first hundred years

    Adelaide : Rigby for the Women’s Centenary Council of S.A., 1936. Quarto, illustrated papered boards (designed by Mary P. Harris), cloth spine (edges rubbed), maps to endpapers (designed by Dorothy Harvie), presentation inscription to front endpaper, pp. 251; (12), illustrated. Includes contributions by Aeneas Gunn, Daisy Bates, Lady Mawson, Tarella Quin Taskein, Stella Bowen, Pixie …

  • # 29286

    JONES, Rhys

    The Tasmanian Aboriginal in Art

    Hobart : Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 1976. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (slightly creased), pp. 24, illustrated. Text by Rhys Jones. A couple of neat pen annotations. Catalogue of 115 works, including works by Arago, Bock, Becker, Dowling, Duterrau, Glover, Gould, Lesueur, Simkinson de Wesselow, Webber and photographs by Nixon, Winter, Woolley, and others.

  • # 29380

    BAGLIONE, Gabrielle et al.

    Charles-Alexandre Lesueur. Painter and naturalist : a forgotten treasure

    [Paris] : MKF Editions, [2016]. Quarto, pictorial laminated boards, pp. 392, illustrated. New copy. Text by Gabrielle Baglione, Cédric Crémière ; translated from French into English by Jean Fornasiero & John West-Sooby. On 19 October 1800, Charles-Alexandre Lesueur set sail on a voyage of discovery to the Southern Lands led by Nicolas Baudin. He soon demonstrated …

  • # 29373

    AUSTRALIAN EX LIBRIS SOCIETY

    Report of the Australian Ex Libris Society (1924)

    Sydney : Australian Ex Libris Society, 1924. Edition limited to 200 copies (this is copy no. 39). Square duodecimo, original printed buff wrappers (upper wrapper lightly foxed and marked), staple bound, ownership signature to first blank, 29 pp, illustrated with 10 black and white photographic plates, including bookplates by Adrian Feint (2), D.H. Souter, Gordon …

  • # 29350

    FAHY, Kevin et al.

    Australian art pottery 1900 – 1950

    Sydney : Casuarina Press, 2004. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth in illustrated dustjacket, 362 pp. profusely illustrated. Limited to 2000 numbered copies. An essential reference, a fine copy. ‘The result of a four year research project which has exposed a number of previously unheralded potters and re-assessed the work of others. The first major publication in 17 years …

  • # 29282

    PALMER, Maudie

    100 works on paper from the Heide Collection

    Melbourne : Heide Park and Art Gallery, 1984. Quarto, illustrated white wrappers (label to upper wrapper), pp. 12, no illustrations inside. Exhibition catalogue of 100 works on paper, by prominent Australian artists like Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd and Mirka Mora.

  • # 29275

    Various.

    [FEMINISM] Lip 1980. A feminist journal of women in the visual and performing arts.

    Carlton, Vic. : Women in the Visual Arts Collective, 1980. (Fifth issue of this periodical). Quarto, original stiff wrappers (front cover designed by Erica McGilchrist, back cover by Mirka Mora); pp. 141, b/w illustrations, lacking the insert by Elizabeth Gower. ‘Lip is a collective of feminists who represent a wide range of political, social and …

  • # 29260

    ADAMS, Tate; ZIMMER, Jenny

    The Crossley Gallery 1966-1980

    Editor Jenny Zimmer; with an introduction by Patrick McCaughey. Macmillan Art Publishing, 2003. Quarto silver-lettered cloth in dustjacket, pp. 220, illustrated throughout. As new copy, mint condition. ‘This book presents the genesis of Tate Adam’s remarkable influence on art in Australia. From the spring of a tiny space in a side street of central Melbourne …

  • # 29138

    RIGNEY, Virginia (editor)

    Prizing diversity : the Josephine Ulrick prizes, 1998-2014

    edited by Virginia Rigney and Nigel Krauth. Melbourne : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2015. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards, pp. 271, illustrated. New copy. This publication celebrates the generosity of two Gold Coast arts identities – Win Schubert and the late Josephine Ulrick – who have, since 1992, sponsored short story, poetry and photography awards administered …

  • # 29135

    RADFORD, Ron

    Our country : Australian Federation Landscapes 1900 – 1914

    Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 2001. Oblong quarto, laminated pictorial boards, inscription to endpaper, pp. 175, illustrated. Includes works by Frederick McCubbin, Walter Withers, Blamire Young, Hans Heysen, J. J. Hilder, W. Piguinit, Ambrose Paterson, Hayley Lever, Florence Fuller, Penleigh Boyd, Sydney Long, Arthur Streeton, Clara Southern, John William Ashton, Emanuel Phillips Fox …

  • # 29157

    WOMEN 150

    150 Victorian women artists

    Produced by Women 150. Melbourne : Women 150, 1985. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (by Michelle Ely), pp. 162, illustrated. A survey of contemporary women’s art in Victoria. Essay by Julie Ewington.

  • # 29146

    LARNER, Bronwyn and CONSIDINE, Fran

    A Complementary caste : a homage to women artists in Queensland, past and present

    5 November-4 December 1988, The Centre Gallery, Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (rubbed), pp. [ii]; 230, illustrated. A detailed survey of women’s artists in Queensland.

  • # 29136

    CRAWFORD, Ashley (editor)

    [TRACEY MOFFATT]. World Art magazine, vol. 2, 1995

    Melbourne : G+B Arts International, 1995. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (Something More 1 by Tracey Moffatt), pp. 108, light wear, illustrated. Includes a six page illustrated article on the photograph of Tracey Moffatt.

  • # 29008

    DRURY, Nevill (editor)

    Australian painting now

    Edited by Laura Murray Cree and Nevill Drury. Sydney : Craftsman house, 2000. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 344, illustrated. Includes works by Rick Amor, Howard Arkley, Arthur Boyd, Andrew Browne, John Coburn, Rosalie Gascoigne, George Gittoes, Dale Hickey, Robert Hunter, Tim Johnson, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Richard Larter, David Larwill, Bea Maddock, Tim Maguire, John …

  • # 29210

    LILLEY, Norman (1876-1941)

    Lilley’s Magazine. Volume 1, number 2. July 1, 1911.

    Cover: Australian stories, articles, verses, pictures, miscellanies. Sydney : Norman Lilley, 1911. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers (old tape repair to spine; darkened and chipped); pp 49-96; illustrated with photographic plates and line drawings; Scarce copy of the second issue of a very short-lived monthly literary magazine, edited and published in Sydney by Norman Lilley (1876-1941). …