Canberra : Australian National Gallery, 1985. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 56, illustrated with images by Lewin, Rodius, Gillray, von Guerard, Roberts, Lindsay, Conder, Bunny, Trail, Preaston, Spowers, Waller, Brack, Williams, Boyd, etc.
The colonial eye : a topographical and artistic record of the life and landscape of Western Australia 1798 – 1914
Perth : Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1979. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 128, extensively illustrated. A valuable record of colonial art in Western Australia.
Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 1981. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated.
Sydney : Josef Lebovic Gallery, 1987. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (with Margaret Preston on cover), pp. 160, illustrated, with hundreds of prints by the Lindsays, Streeton, Long, Black and numerous other printmakers.
Sydney : Louise King, 1967. Quarto, self-wrappers, illustrated, pp. 20, lengthy list of antique prints including early Australian colonial works, noted artists such as Lionel Lindsay, William Hogarth etc.
JOHNS, Elizabeth et al.
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 1998. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 272, extensively illustrated. A landmark travelling exhibition of colonial Australian and early American painting.
Melbourne : Craftsman House, 2004. Octavo, boards in dustjacket, pp. 239, illustrated. ‘Examines the art and life stories of numerous women in the Second World War including Grace Cossington Smith, Dora Meeson, Margaret Preston, Jacqui Hicks, Dorrit Black and Amie Kingston. Some women became official war artists producing an alternative set of national images every …
[Adelaide : BMG Art, 1999]. Quarto, trifold, illustrated. Small piece about each artist featured in the exhibition: Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Greeny Purvis Petyerre, Barbara Weir, Gloria Petyarre, Lyndsay Bird Mpetyane, Ada Bird Petyarre.
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria 2018. Two volumes in plastic slipcase, quarto, each with diecut wrappers, the first volume being a 144 page monograph on the seminal exhibition of Australian modernism held in 1968, the second volume being a 96 page facsimile of the rare original 1968 catalogue. As new condition. ‘The National Gallery …
MILLWARD GREY, F. et al
A magazine of the students of the School of Fine Arts North Adelaide, South Australia MDMXXIX. Volume Two, Number One. Adelaide : School of Fine Arts, 1929. Quarto, plain wrappers (chipped, insect damage to spine), with linocut illustration pasted on, pp. 55, printed in red and black ink, frontispiece woodblock of Aboriginal dancers by F. Millward …
Launceston : Tasmanian Historical Research Association, 1961. Edition limited to 1000 numbered and signed copies (no. 103). Large octavo, pictorial cloth boards, x, 172 pp, illustrated with black and white plates, a very good copy.
Melbourne : Leonard Joel, 1967. Quarto, lettered wrappers, pp. , 404 lots, illustrations. Prices annotated. One of the great art sales of the twentieth century, from the late director of Tye’s Galleries.
Melbourne : The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd., 1945. Quarto, lettered wrappers (detached), black and white plates reproducing paintings by Jean Bellette, William Dobell, Elaine Haxton, Donald Friend and Loudon Sainthill. An important exhibition organised by Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, which included works by Douglas Annand, Russell Drysdale, Adrian Feint, Sali Herman, Francis Lymburner, Arthur Murch, …
DSMOND, Michael and DIXON, Christine
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 1995. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 96, illustrated. Prints, posters and protests from the 1960s.
DOWIE, John et al
Vol. 2 No. 2 and Vol. 2 No. 12. Adelaide : Royal South Australian Society of Arts, circa 1960. Octavo, illustrated wrappers by John Dowie, pp. 8; 16, includes articles by Ivor Francis, Louis James etc. Scarce art journal from the Royal South Australian Society of Arts.
New Art One : new directions in contemporary Australian art [together with the companion seven volumes through to New Art Eight]
Sydney : Craftsman House, 1987 (1992 reprint); 1988 (1992 reprint); 1989; 1990; 1991; 1992; 1992; 1993. Eight volumes, quarto, boards in illusrtated dustjackets, pp. 160; 229; 212; 230; 204; 177; 221; 192, extensively illustrated, a fine set, complete. Profiles of contemporary Australian artists, including figures such as Lin Onus, Jim Thalassoudis, David Bromley, Asher Bilu, …