International Artists

  • # 42826

    WEBB, Vivienne et al.

    Les Sauvages de la Mer Pacifique manufactured by Joseph Dufour et cie 1804-05 after a design by Jean-Gabriel Charvet.

    Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2000. Quarto, illustrated gatefold wrappers, pp. 48, illustrated. “In 1983 the National Gallery of Australia acquired the panoramic wallpaper Les sauvages de la mer Pacifique. Depicting a compilation of nineteenth-century French and English voyages of discovery in the Pacific, and including Hawaii, New Zealand and Australia, it was the …

  • # 42562

    COCKRILL, Maurice

    Maurice Cockrill : Generation (signed copy)

    London : Bernard Jacobson Gallery, 1994. Quarto, lettered wrappers, pp. [36], illustrated in colour. Signed and inscribed by Maurice Cockrill to noted art collectors Colin and Liz Laverty to the title page.

  • # 42687

    [SCHURECK, Norman]

    Norman Schureck Loan Exhibition : a selection of painting from his collection

    [Sydney] : National Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1958. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. [28], illustrated. Includes important works byRalph Balson, William Dobell, Eugene Boudin, Charles Conder, Rupert Bunny, Donald Friend, Elioth Gruner, Hans Heysen, Michael Kmit, Augustus John, Arthur Streeton, Tom Roberts, James Turner, Blamire Young, et al.

  • # 43841

    MENPES, Mortimer and Dorothy

    Brittany

    London : Adam & Charles Black, 1905. Quarto, gilt-lettered decorated cloth over bevelled boards (lightly marked, spine slightly dulled), upper hinge cracked top edge gilt, others uncut, endpapers foxed, pp. x; 254, illustrated with 75 colour plates with captioned tissue guards, occasional scattered foxing, a very good copy. The edition de luxe, limited to 350 …

  • # 43842

    PRINTZ, Neil; KING-NERO, Sally et al.

    The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné : volumes 1, 2A +2B, 3, 4, 5A + 5B (all published to date)

    The complete catalogue raisonné of Andy Warhol: the first five volumes, all out of print, all published to date. A matching set in new condition, and apart from the first volume, still sealed in the publisher’s shrink-wrap. Volume 1 : Paintings and sculpture 1961-1963. London : Phaidon, 2002. Oblong quarto, boards in slipcase, pp. 512, 827 illustrations. …

  • # 43777

    MAY, Phil

    Catalogue of a collection of drawings by Phil May.

    With a prefatory note by M. H. Spielman. London : The Fine Art Society, 1895. Octavo, self-wrappers, pp. 26, lightly toned, catalogue of 165 works.

  • # 43829

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    The First Tom of Finland Calendar 1978

    Los Angeles : Eons Gallery, 1978. Oversized folio, illustrated calendar, spiral bound, lightly creased and foxed, illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. Scarce. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43828

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Posterbook

    Cologne : Taschen, 1993. Folio, illustrated wrappers (light handling wear), text in English, French and German, illustrated with 6 posters illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject …

  • # 43827

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Postcard book

    Cologne : Taschen, 1993. Duodecimo, illustrated wrappers, text in English, French and German, illustrated with 30 postcards illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43826

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Calendar 1991

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, 1990. Quarto, illustrated calendar, 28 x 22 cms, hole punch, illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43825

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Calendar 1990

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, 1989. Quarto, illustrated calendar, 28 x 22 cms, hole punch, illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43824

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Calendar 1987

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, 1986. Quarto, illustrated calendar, 28 x 22 cms, hole punch, illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43823

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Calendar 1984

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, 1983. Quarto, illustrated calendar, 28 x 22 cms, hole punch, illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject matter and quality …

  • # 43822

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Homo-erotic art – Volume III. The Tom Album

    Edited by John S. Barrington. London : the author, 1974. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (lightly foxed), pp. [48], illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. Edition limited to 1000 copies. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre …

  • # 43821

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Navy in Tom’s drawings

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, c. 1988. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (light edge rubbing), self-wrappers (Restriction classification sticker to upper panel), pp. [32], illustrated with Tom of Finland’s homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for …

  • # 43820

    LAAKSONEN, Touko (1920 - 1991, a.k.a. TOM OF FINLAND)

    Tom of Finland. Catalog. Second edition.

    Los Angeles : Tom of Finland Foundation, c. 1990. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (light edge rubbing), pp. [24], illustrated with Tom of Finland merchandise featuring his homoerotic hypersexualised imagery. While much of Tom of Finland’s early career was spent ‘under the covers’, this pioneering erotic gay artist is now celebrated internationally for his genre defining subject …