Indigenous Australian Artists

  • # 22493

    WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY.

    Aboriginal art : The Western Australian Art Gallery Collection.

    Perth : The Western Australian Art Gallery Board, 1969. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (designed by Frank Norton), pp. 15, 109 works described and illustrated, chiefly from Western Australia and Arnhem Land; a very good copy. Scarce catalogue.

  • # 9927

    McGREGOR, Ken and GEISSLER, Marie

    Yannima Pikarli Tommy Watson Ngayuku Ngura – My Country (special edition, with original painting)

    Translation into French by Flore Gregorini. Melbourne : Macmillan, 2014. 'This special presentation of Yannima Pikarli Tommy Watson Ngayuku Ngura – My Country, authored by Ken McGregor and Marie Geissler, translated into French by Flore Gregorini and published by Macmillan, has been compiled by Ken McGregor. It is limited to 40 copies. Each copy, consisting …

  • # 22466

    [POSTER] Dot and circle

    : a retrospective survey of the Aboriginal acrylic paintings of Central Australia. RMIT Gallery [Melbourne], 16th April-3rd May 1985 : a loan exhibition from the Flinders University, South Australia. Screenprint process, printed in colour, from multiple stencils; sheet 760 x 550 mm. Rare. According to the exhibition curator, Jenny Zimmer, approximately 20 copies were printed.

  • # 22362

    FIELD, Jennifer Joi

    Written in the land : the life of Queenie McKenzie (casebound edition)

    Melbourne : Melbourne Books, 2008. Oblong quarto, laminated boards with cloth spine in slipcase (one of 200 copies specially bound), illustrated, a new copy. ‘This beautifully produced book tells the story of Queenie McKenzie, a remarkable indigenous woman from the East Kimberley in Western Australia. Queenie was an exceptional teacher, elder and internationally recognised artist. Written …

  • # 22298

    MAUGHAN, Janet; ZIMMER, Jenny [FLINDERS UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM]

    Dot and circle : a retrospective survey of the Aboriginal acrylic paintings of Central Australia (Signed copy)

    A loan exhibition from the Flinders University of South Australia, first shown at the RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 16th April-3rd May, 1985. Melbourne : Communication Services Unit, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 1986. ‘Publication edited, produced and designed co-operatively by Janet Maughan in Adelaide and Jenny Zimmer in Melbourne.’ Quarto, original pictorial stiff wrappers, 208 pp, …

  • # 21832

    ANDREW, Brook (b. 1970)

    Brook Andrew : Eye to eye

    Clayton, Vic. : Monash University Museum of Art, 2007. Square octavo, pictorial stiff card covers, pp 86, illustrated; an as new copy. Superb catalogue for Wiradjuri artist Brook Andrew’s exhibition Eye to eye, held at Monash University Museum of Art 4 April -23 June 2007 ; Penrith Regional Gallery &​ the Lewers Bequest 18 August – …

  • # 22221

    FIELD, Jennifer Joi

    Written in the land : the life of Queenie McKenzie (casebound edition)

    Melbourne : Melbourne Books, 2008. Oblong quarto, laminated boards with cloth spine in slipcase (one of 200 copies specially bound), illustrated, a new copy. ‘This beautifully produced book tells the story of Queenie McKenzie, a remarkable indigenous woman from the East Kimberley in Western Australia. Queenie was an exceptional teacher, elder and internationally recognised artist. Written …

  • # 21121

    RUBUNTJA, Wenten and GREEN, Jenny

    The town grew up dancing. The life and art of Wenton Rubuntja

    Alice Springs : Jukurrpa Books, 2002. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. xii; 196, illustrated. ‘The Town Grew Up Dancing is Wenten Rubuntja’s story. It provides a rare view of events that shaped the life of an Arrernte man who has made a major contribution to the art and politics of his time. Wenten was a …

  • # 22052

    BOULTER, Michael

    The art of Utopia: a new direction in contemporary Aboriginal art

    Sydney : Craftsman, 1991. Quarto, boards in pictorial dust jacket, illustrated endpapers, pp. 180, foreword by Christopher Hodges, text by Michael Boulter, includes illustrated works from a vast number of important Australian artists. A good copy. Previous owner’s name to endpaper.

  • # 22045

    COSSEY, David

    Dreampower : art of contemporary aboriginal Australia

    Adelaide : Museum Art International Pty. Ltd., 1997. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 32, some colour illustrations. Exhibition catalogue of works by indigenous Australian artists. Introduction by David Cossey.

  • # 21996

    GALERIE MEYER.

    Walkabout : The early art of the Australian Aborigines / L’art ancien des Aborigènes d’australie

    And a selection of early Eskimo art / Et une sélection d’art eskimo ancien. Paris : Galerie Meyer, 2012. Catalogue of an exhibition held Sept. 11- Oct. 20, 2012, in conjunction with the Parcours des Mondes tribal art fair in Paris. Quarto, laminated card covers, 46 pp, colour illustrations of artefacts and reproductions of nineteenth …

  • # 21656

    NARGOODAH, Eva (1958 - )

    Kalparrku [Crab]

    October-November 1994. Linocut, printed in black ink from one block, matrix size 218 x 300 mm (printed image), edition of 20, numbered 2/20 and captioned and signed by the artist in pencil in lower margin; unframed; fine. The artist, Eva Nargoodah (b. 1958), is a Walmajarri speaker from the Kimberley region of northwest Western Australia. …

  • # 21481

    RYAN, Judith

    Ginger Riley

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 1997. Quarto, pictorial laminated card covers, pp 104, illustrated in colour throughout; a fine copy. Superb catalogue produced to accompany the landmark exhibition of the extraordinary work of Arnhem Land artist Ginger Riley Munduwalawala, held at the NGV, July 17-22, 1997.  

  • # 21742

    MOUNTFORD, Charles P.

    The art of Albert Namatjira (signed copy)

    Foreword by R.H. Croll. Melbourne : Bread and Cheese Club, 1944. First edition. Quarto, papered boards with gilt lettering, lacking the dust jacket, 79 pp, illustrated with b/w and colour plates, a good copy. Signed on the frontispiece portrait of the artist.

  • # 20897

    CROFT, Brenda L.

    Michael Riley. Sights unseen

    Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2006. Quarto, lettered laminated boards, pp. 176, illustrated. Photography by the indigenous Australian artist.

  • # 21304

    [MOFFATT, Tracy]

    Tracy Moffatt : Free-falling

    New York : Dia Center for the Arts, 1998. Oblong octavo, pictorial gold wrappers, pp 60. Art monograph of one of Moffatt’s early solo museum exhibitions, with three essays and colour reproductions throughout.