Australian Artists E-K

  • # 33135

    ELLIS, Rennie (1940 - 2003)

    The all new Australian graffiti

    Melbourne : Sun Books, 1985. Small quarto, pictorial wrappers, [144] pp, all illustrated, light handling wear. Scarce. The third volume in Ellis’ series on Australian graffiti with hundreds of examples of street graffiti in the 1980s.

  • # 33134

    ELLIS, Rennie; TURNER, Ian

    Australian graffiti

    Melbourne : Sun Books, 1975. First edition. Small quarto, pictorial wrappers, [96] pp, all illustrated, previous owner’s name to endpaper, foreword by Ian Turner. Scarce.

  • # 33109

    [KNGWARREYE]. NEALE, Margo, ELLWOOD, Tony, NISHINO, Hanako, et al.

    Utopia: the genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

    Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2008. Quarto, illustrated cards, pp. 272, illustrated throughout in colour, exhibition catalogue for the exhibition of Australian Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s work ‘Utopia: the genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye’. Contains text by Craddock Morton, Kevin Rudd, Murray McLean, Margo Neale, Tony Ellwood, Hanako Nishino, Yasuyuki Nakai and Akira …

  • # 33108


    Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Alhalkere. Paintings from Utopia.

    Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery, 1998. Quarto, illustrated cards in paper dustwrapper, 154pp. illustrated throughout. An important monograph, a very good copy, scarce.

  • # 33089

    KOLENBERG, Hendrik and RYAN, Anne

    James Gleeson. Drawings for paintings

    Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2003. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 128, extensively illustrated. Previous owner’s name to half-title, photograph of Gleeson painting taped to inner wrapper, lower wrapper with annotations on psychology, neat underlining and highlighting, thus a reference copy. Published to accompany an exhibition at the Art Gallery of New …

  • # 33088

    [GLEESON, James]. KLEPAC, Lou (editor)

    Signals from the perimeter. James Gleeson drawings and texts

    Works from the Agapitos / Wilson collection. Sydney : The Beagle Press, 1993. 2007 reprint. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 64 illustrated with surrealist artworks by James Gleeson. The Agapitos/Wilson collection, formed in the late twentieth century and now housed in the National Gallery of Australia, was the finest collection of surrealism in private hands in …

  • # 33033

    KNGWARREYE, Emily Kame (1910 - 1996)

    The spirit sings : Emily Kame Kngwarreye

    Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute 29 November 1997 – 22 February 1998. Adelaide : Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, 1997. Single sheet (creased and short tears), promotional flyer for the exhibition, illustrations, text.

  • # 32948

    BECK, Deborah

    Rayner Hoff: The life of a sculptor (signed copy)

    Sydney : NewSouth, 2017. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 280, illustrated. Signed by the author with a short inscription. In the 1920s and 1930s, Rayner Hoff was the most gifted – and controversial – public sculptor in Australia, best known for the sculptures and friezes that adorn Sydney’s Anzac Memorial, including Sacrifice at its centre. After …

  • # 32984

    FRENCH, Leonard; BUCKLEY, Vincent

    Leonard French. The Campion paintings

    Melbourne : Grayflower publication, 1962. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (lightly marked), pp. 104, illustrated, light foxing to preliminaries, a very good copy. Foreword by Alan McCulloch.

  • # 32457

    CORBETT, Gary

    Joseph Christian Goodhart

    Broken Hill, N.S.W. : Broken Hill City Art Gallery, c. 1991. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (upper wrapper marked), pp. 28, light foxing, illustrated. Printed in an edition of 800 copies.

  • # 32906

    URE SMITH, Sydney (ed.)

    Adrian Feint flower paintings

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith, introduction by Tatlock Miller. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1948. Folio, cloth in dustjacket, light edge wear, 78pp. illustrated in colour, catalogue of works. Limited to 1500 copies signed and dated by the artist, neat owner’s name to endpaper. A very good copy.

  • # 32905

    GRISHIN, Sasha

    S.T. Gill & his audiences

    Canberra, ACT ; [Melbourne] : National Library of Australia Publishing in Association with the State Library of Victoria, 2015. Quarto, illustrated cloth, pp. 255, illustrated. A fine copy. ‘Samuel Thomas Gill, or STG as he was universally known, was Australia’s most significant and popular artist of the mid-nineteenth century. For his contemporaries he epitomised ‘Marvellous …

  • # 32780

    COMMÈRE, Pascal; HEREL, Petr (artist) (1943 - )

    Prévision de passage d’un dix cors au lieu-dit Goulet du maquis

     / Pascal Commère ; dessins de Petr Herel. Large octavo (210 x 155 mm), publisher’s printed wrappers, 113 pp; poems by Commère illustrated with 6 full-page reproductions of etchings by Australian artist Petr Herel; text in French; ex-library copy with deaccession stamp of the Médiathèque Chalette-sur-Loing (plus usual library markings) else a good, clean copy. Trove …

  • # 32771

    JACKS, Robert (1943 - 2014)

    Robert Jacks : from the studio (signed copy)

    Castlemaine : Castlemaine State Festival, 1996. Quarto, lettered wrappers, signed on the upper wrapper by Robert Jacks (signature a little rubbed), pp. 36, illustrated.

  • # 32891

    [CARRICK FOX]. DE VRIES, Susanna

    Ethel Carrick Fox: travels and triumphs of a post-impressionist (limited edition)

    Brisbane : Pandanus Press, 1997. Quarto, cloth covered boards, illustrated dust jacket,  illustrated throughout with colour and black & white plates, scholarly text on the artist by Susanna de Vries, a very good copy. The limited edition of 300 copies signed by the author, with two photographs of Carrick Fox paintings pasted in.

  • # 32875

    GRUNER, Elioth (1882 - 1939)

    Loan exhibition of the works of Elioth Gruner

    Sydney : National Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1932. Octavo, exhibition catalogue, folded sheet, pp. [4], no illustrations, catalogue of 100 works, central crease.