International Artists

  • # 24391

    BLECKNER, Ross

    Ross Bleckner : paintings 1996-1999.

    Sydney : Martin Browne Fine Art, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 48, illustrated. Price list and signed note from Ross Bleckner and Martin Browne enclosed.

  • # 23842

    BRASSAÏ (Gyula Halász, 1899-1984)

    Henry Miller : grandeur nature. (Inscribed by Brassaï)

    Paris : Gallimard, [1975]. First trade edition. Octavo, stiff card covers in dust wrapper with portrait of Miller by Brassaï (1932), boldly inscribed by Brassaï on the half title ‘Pour Baby et Marion Sulzberger, bien amicalement, Brassaï. Paris, le 29 dec 1975’; pp 264, [1], with 16 crisp photogravures of people and places from Miller’s life …

  • # 24191

    ROTHENSTEIN, John and ALLEY, Ronald

    Francis Bacon

    London: Thames and Hudson, 1964. First edition. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket (not price-clipped, but with a 4 cm tear with loss on lower panel), else a good copy of the essential reference.

  • # 23683

    CREELY, Robert

    Personal. Poems by Robert Creeley. Linoleum cuts by John Millei (presentation copy for Alan Loney)

    Berkeley : Peter Koch, printer, 1998. Octavo, papered boards, quarter cloth, paper title label, unpaginated, letterpress poems, linocut illustrations, housed in a papered boards box. ‘Personal has been designed and printed by Peter Rutledge Koch with the assistance of Astrid Barsamian, Michael Colvin, Warren Liu, Beth Murray, and Nan Watanable. Printed on Zerkall paper using …

  • # 23837

    KOONS, Jeff

    Jeff Koons : Split-Rocker

    New York : Gagosian Gallery, 2014. Oblong quarto, illustrated boards, unpaginated, illustrated. Published on the occasion of the exhibition Jeff Koons: Split-Rocker, Rockefeller Center, New York, June 25 – September 12, 2014.

  • # 23881


    G. Argy-Rousseau : Glassware as art. With a catalogue raisonné of the pates de verre

    New York : Thames & Hudson, 1991. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket, pp. 229, extensively illustrated. Catalogue Raisonne by Yves Delaborde. Detailed monograph on one of the most significant glass artists of the art nouveau and art deco periods.

  • # 24220

    [WARHOL, Andy]

    Art Nouveau and Art Deco : The Andy Warhol Collection

    New York : Sotheby’s, 1988. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, unpaginated, 377 works of exquisite design, including pottery, homewares, jewellery, paintings, cigarette cases, etc. Illustrated in black and white and colour.

  • # 23884

    DREXLER, Arthur

    Charles Eames. Furniture from the Design Collection, the Museum of Modern Art, New York

    The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1973. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (slightly marked), pp. 56, illustrated in black and white.

  • # 23436


    Into Iraq

    [San Francisco : Art Hazelwood], 2010. Handmade artist’s book, boards with paper cover illustrated with a linocut, linocut title page, signed and editioned by the artist, 32 linocut illustrations (two are double page), a fine copy. Limited to 30 copies signed by the artist. ‘At the beginning of the Iraq war it seemed like a …

  • # 23380

    DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979)

    Original design by Sonia Delaunay

    Pen on paper, 90 x 75 mm, sheet 240 x 175 mm, initialled by the artist lower right and inscribed by her above the work ‘A Monsieur et Madame Jacob Baal Teshuva. Sonia Delaunay, Paris 20-12-69’; laid down on archival board. Delaunay’s sketched design, in the form of a monogram representing her initials ‘S D’, …

  • # 23451

    RUSCHA, Ed

    Metro mattresses

    Merlin : Sprüth Magers, 2015. Quarto, cloth, paper title label, unpaginated, illustrated pictorial card pages. Artists book limited to 1500 copies.

  • # 23747

    BACON, Francis

    Francis Bacon. Recent paintings. November – December 1968 (Robert Jacks’ copy)

    New York : Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, 1968. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 60, some handling wear, numerous tipped-in plates. From the library of Australian artist Robert Jacks, signed by him on a preliminary.

  • # 23843

    HULTÉN, K. G. Pontus

    The machine as seen at the end of the mechanical age (Robert Jacks’ copy)

    New York : Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Quarto, pressed sheet metal cover (rubbed and oxidised), pp. 218, extensively illustrated. Important exhibition catalogue of the relationship between art and industry, includes works by Bellmer, Boccioni, Calder, César, Da Vinci, De Chirico, Duchamp, Epstein, Ernst, Feininger, Giacometti, Gontcharova, Grosz, Höch, Hausmann, Homer, Klee, Léger, Lissitzky, Magritte, Malevich, …

  • # 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 …