TAYLOR, George A.
“Those were the days” being reminiscences of Australian artists and writers (presentation copy from Florence Mary Taylor)
With 28 sketches and photographs. Sydney : Tyrrell’s Limited, 1918. Second edition. Octavo, lettered papered boards (repairs to spine), lacks the lower free endpaper, presentation inscription from Florence Taylor to verso of frontispiece, illustrations by Norman Lindsay, Percy Spence, Livingstone Hopkins, Tom Roberts, D. H. Souter, B. E. Minns and others, photographs of Henry Lawson, …
[BOXER, A. H.]
Canberra : Nolan Gallery, 1981. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 16, illustrated. Illustrations of works by Boyd, Tucker, Blackman, Perceval, Williams, Dickerson et al.
ANDREW, Brook (curator)
Curated by Brook Andrew. Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 2013. Octavo, cards in plastic dustjacket, pp. 175, illustrated. Printed in an edition of 750 copies. Scarce. ‘Published on the occasion of the exhibition curated by Brook Andrew at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, this book presents challenging encounters with a range of …
[GILL, S. T.; CHEVALIER, Nicholas et al.]
Melbourne : Sands, Kenny & Co., and Sydney : Sands & Kenny, 1862. Oblong quarto, gilt-lettered cloth with elaborate gilt ornamentation and rules (neatly rebacked), all edges gilt, letterpress title page (tissue repairs to worn edges); engraved title page; 44 steel-engraved plates (including the title page), with accompanying descriptive letterpress text and interleaved guard sheets, …
[BOXER, A. H.]
Canberra : Nolan Gallery, 1982. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 12, illustrated. Illustrations of works by Olsen, Whiteley, Connor, Lynn, Lanceley, Fairweather et al.
Melbourne : Monash Gallery of Art, 2002. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. , illustrated, exhibition checklist. Catalogue essay by Peter Timms. Includes illustrations of photographs by Olive Cotton (the cover image is of Max Dupain), David Moore, Bill Henson, Wolfgang Sievers, Roger Scott, Jeff Carter, Matthew Sleeth, and Axel Poignant. Printed in an edition of 1500 …
Melbourne : Monash Gallery of Art, 2014. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 68, illustrated, exhibition checklist. Includes illustrations of photographs by Olive Cotton, David Moore, Mark Strizic, Wolfgang Sievers, Max Dupain, Harold Cazneaux et al.
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2007. Quarto, pictorial boards in dustjacket, corners bumped, slightly bowed, pp. 328, colour illustrations, very good. ‘This volume follows printmaking through a seventy-year period, from the latter part of the ninteenth century as the print, freed from its reproductive bonds, became a vehicle for pure artistic expression; through the …
FERSON, Mark and NILSSON, Mary (eds)
Sydney : Craftsman House, 2001. Quarto, boards in dust jacket (spine slightly sunned), pp. 204, illustrated; a very good copy. Includes chapters on fashion, jewellery, furniture, architecture, publications etc.
[HESTER, Joy]; BURKE, Janine
Melbourne : Greenhouse Publications, 1983. Folio, hardcover in dustjacket (light wear), pp 184, illustrated, light foxing to half-title. A very good copy of the detailed monograph on Hester.
Australian Academy of Art
Athenaeum Gallery, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne. Melbourne : The Academy, 1943. Large octavo, printed wrappers, staple bound, 11 pp. Catalogue listing over 90 priced works by Academy members, including Nora Heysen, Arnold Shore, Buckmaster, Rowell, Frater, Violet McInnes, Winifred McCubbin, Dargie, Murch, Hele and Annois, with two works by Lionel Lindsay (N.S.W.).
MAXWELL, Anne and CROCI, Josephine (editors)
Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2015. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 296, illustrated. New copy ‘The essays collected here examine a wide range of photographs produced in Australia and the Pacific between 1850 and 1920. Combining the scholarship of twenty-two Australian Art historians, Historians, Anthropologists and Curators, the collection establishes photography’s documentary and artistic role and …
Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2019. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 361, illustrated. New copy. ‘Spirits in the Bush surveys the art of Gippsland, from the colonial to the contemporary. This expansive, original and illuminating compendium leads readers on a journey through artistic and provincial history, interweaving the lives of residents and visitors. Collectively, it presents …
Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2017. Oblong quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 192, illustrated. New copy ‘This book brings to life the story of the magic lantern in colonial Australia and New Zealand. It describes the extraordinarily wide use of magic lantern images and technology across the colonies’ – the publisher
Melbourne Society of Women Painters
Melbourne Society of Women Painters : Twenty-fifth annual exhibition. Paintings, sculpture, and applied art
Athenaeum Art Gallery, Collins Street. Open October 16-27, 1934. Quarto, graphically designed wrappers, pp. , catalogue of 115 works, addresses of the members. Includes works by Thea Proctor, Sara Levi, E. W. Syme, Dora Serle, Violet Teague, Sybil Craig, Jessie Macintosh, Dora Wilson, Margaret Preston, Hilda Rix Nicholas, A.M.E. Bale, Aileen Dent, Adelaide Perry, J.C.A. …
EAGLE, Mary and MINCHIN, Jan.
Melbourne : Deutscher Fine Art and Sydney: Resolution Press, 1981. Quarto, blindstamped leather bound boards (foxed), lacking the dustjacket, in orange slipcase, 272 pages, fully illustrated, light foxing to preliminaries, internally clean. The deluxe edition limited to 100 numbered copies, signed by twelve artists from the school on the limitation page as issued: Eric Thake, …