International Artists

  • # 23610

    GIMINEZ, Carmen et al.

    Calder Lightness / Richard Tuttle Wire Pieces / Fred Sandback 64 Three-Part Pieces

    St. Louis : Pulitzer Arts Foundation, 2015. Folio, lettered wrappers, unpaginated, illustrations. Catalogue published for the exhibitions “Calder Lightness,” curated by Carmen Giménez; “Richard Tuttle Wire pieces,” curated by Emily Rauh Pulitzer; and “Fred Sandback 64 three-part pieces,” curated by Tamara H. Schenkenberg, held at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis, 2015.

  • # 23568

    McEVEY, Allan

    John Gould’s contribution to British art: a note on its authenticity.

    Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1973. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 28 pp., illustrations, slightly foxed.

  • # 23443

    HODGSON & GRAVES (publishers); Samuel CARTER HALL (editor); William Henry FOX TALBOT (photographer )

    The Art-Union. A monthly journal of Fine Arts. Volumes I-X ( 1839-1848). Complete set. Including an original calotype photograph by Fox Talbot in Volume VIII, June 1846.

    London : Hodgson & Graves, 1839 – 1848. Ten volumes, quarto (290 x 230 mm), uniform contemporary gilt-ruled half green morocco over marbled papered boads (rubbed), spines with gilt-lettered title and year and raised bands (sunned), marbled edges and endpapers, continuous pagination (average of 40-60 pp per issue), text printed in three columns, all the …

  • # 23270

    PISSARRO, Camille

    Camille Pissarro

    Sydney : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2005. Quarto, wrappers, pp. 258, illustrated, ephemera enclosed. Fine. Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) was the only painter of the Impressionist group who participated in all eight of the historic Impressionist exhibitions and was regarded as a central figure of the group. This book accompanies the exhibition, which was …

  • # 22816

    HAZELWOOD, Art; ROTZCHER, Klaus-Ulrich

    Tora Bora / توره بوره / Black dust : an opera in three acts

    [San Francisco : Art Hazelwood], 2011. Handmade artist’s book in the form of a foldout diorama. Screenprinted boards with cloth joints which open and assemble to create a theatrical stage 320 mm high, 250 mm deep, 710 mm wide, the floor of the stage lined with grooves into which can be inserted one or more …

  • # 22926

    STERN, Irma

    Wassily Kandinsky (Irma Stern’s copy with original lithograph self-portrait bookplate)

    Dresden : Rudolf Kaemmerer Verlag, 1920. Quarto, illustrated papers boards (backstrip defective), lithographed bookplate by Irma Stern for herself to front pastedown (176 x 136 mm), pp. 54, one colour and 10 black and white plates. Text in German. From the library of important South African artist Irma Stern (1894 – 1966), with her lithographed …

  • # 23092

    ESCHER, M. C.

    Between two worlds : Escher x Nendo

    Melbourne, Victoria : National Gallery of Victoria, 2018. Quarto, boards in slipcase, pp. 325, illustrated. New copy in plastic. Between Two Worlds | Escher X Nendo is the first major Australian exhibition to feature the extraordinary work of Dutch artist M.C. Escher in dialogue with the work of acclaimed Japanese design studio Nendo. This summer …

  • # 23093

    EWING, William

    Edward Steichen. In high fashion : the Condé Nast years 1923-1937

    London : Thames &​ Hudson, 2008. Quarto, wrappers, 287 pp., illustrated. New copy in shrinkwrap. “Steichen was already a famous painter and photographer on both sides of the Atlantic when, in early 1923, he was offered possibly one of the most prestigious and certainly the most lucrative position in photography’s commercial domain – that of …

  • # 23226

    JOPPIEN, Rüdiger and SMITH, Bernard

    The art of Captain Cook’s voyages (four volume set)

    Volume one : The voyage of the Endeavour 1768 – 1771. With a descriptive catalogue of all the known drawings of peoples, places, artefacts and events and the original engravings associated with them. Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1985 (reprint). Folio, cloth in dust jacket, pp. xv; 247, illustrated. Volume two :  The voyage of …

  • # 23094

    LOYRETTE, Henri

    Degas : a new vision

    Melbourne, Vic. : National Gallery of Victoria, 2016. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 287, illustrated.

  • # 23127

    LIEBERMAN, William S.

    Max Ernst

    New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 1961. Quarto, wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated in black and white, light foxing. From the library of Australian artist Robert Jacks, signed by him on a preliminary.

  • # 23130

    TAYLOR, Joshua C.

    The graphic work of Umberto Boccioni

    New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 1961. Quarto, wrappers, unpaginated, illustrated in black and white, light toning. From the library of Australian artist Robert Jacks, signed by him on a preliminary.

  • # 23129

    ERNST, Max

    Max Ernst

    Houston : Rice University, 1973. Quarto, wrappers, pp. 160, illustrated in colour and black and white, light toning. From the library of Australian artist Robert Jacks, signed by him on a preliminary.

  • # 22888

    FIELD, George

    A grammar of colouring (Robert Jacks’ copy)

    London : Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1903. Sixth edition. Octavo, cloth (marked), pp. 224, advertisements, colour figures. From the library of Robert Jacks, signed by him on the title page, probably while he was at school.

  • # 22887

    SPILLER, Jurg (editor)

    Paul Klee. The Thinking Eye. The Notebooks of Paul Klee (Robert Jacks’ copy)

    London : Lund Humphries, 1964. Reprint. Oblong quarto, cloth in dustjacket (defective), pp. 541, extensively illustrated. From the library of Robert Jacks, signed by him on the title page.

  • # 22886

    SEITZ, William C.

    Hans Hofman (Robert Jacks’ copy)

    New York : Museum of Modern Art, 1963.. Oblong quarto. illustrated wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated. From the library of Robert Jacks, signed by him on the title page.