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  • # 22751

    FEINT, Adrian

    [POSTER]. Adrian Feint Cornucopia

    Geelong : Geelong Gallery, [2009]. Printed poster, 360 x 275 mm, for the travelling exhibition that showed at Geelong 5 December 2009 to 14 February 2010

  • # 22519

    CONDER, Charles (1868-1909)

    A dream of Araby

    Transfer lithograph, c 1904. Printed in sanguine from one stone. Dimensions of printed image 214 x 310 mm. CONDER within image, lower left; signed Charles Conder lower left margin; no. 22 lower right margin. Printed in an edition of 50 copies. From the Carnival series, published in London by Ernest Brown & Phillips [Leicester Galleries], 1904 – 1906. During …

  • # 22247

    MORT, Eirene (1879-1977); CROOK, Ethel Frances (1885-1973)

    First Australian Exhibition of Women’s Work, 1907. Diploma, Second Class. Awarded to Bendigo artist Ethel Crook, and accompanied by an archive of her designs.

    Chromolithograph printed in shades of blue and brown, 370 x 460 mm, printed text with manuscript entries ‘FIRST / AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION / OF / WOMEN’S WORK / 1907 / SECOND CLASS DIPLOMA / Awarded to Ethel Crooke / Original Design’, within an Art Nouveau-inspired illustrated border; upper right and lower left corners worn, else a …

  • # 22258

    SHAW, George (1751-1813)

    A suite of nine plates from Shaw’s Zoology of New Holland, 1794.

    [London] : Printed by J. Davis : Published by J. Sowerby, 1794. Nine engravings with original hand colour, each approximately 230 x 160 mm (plate lines), on J. Whatman watermarked paper, 303 x 242 mm (sheet), titled and imprinted in the image (imprint erased from one as issued), small stab holes from the string binding …

  • # 14208

    HIRST, Damien (1965 -)

    Esculetin

    Woodcut. Created 2012. Measures 470 x 560 mm (sheet), signed lower right, editioned out of 55 copies verso, presented floating in a white timber frame. Active in London’s contemporary art scene since the 1980s, Damien Hirst shot to national prominence as part of the Young British Artists movement in the early 90s and international prominence …

  • # 22750

    GILL, Samuel Thomas (1818 - 1880); TINGLE, J.

    Ballaarat, looking N. W. from Mount Bunningyong, 1857

    Steel engraving, vignette approximately 100 x 160 mm, on sheet 205 x 275 mm, uncoloured as issued, a couple of small spots of foxing and faint tide mark to margin not affecting the image. Published in the volume Victoria Illustrated, Melbourne and Sydney : Sands & Kenny; and Geelong : Thomas Brown, 1857 (Ferguson 9924; Wantrup 260a). …

  • # 22674

    [ALBERT TUCKER].

    [POSTER] Paintings by Albert Tucker 11th April – 7th May 1957.

    South Kensington [London] : Imperial Institute, 1957. Large broadsheet poster, 380 x 250 mm, on yellow paper with red and black lettering, featuring a reproduction of one of Tucker’s figurative paintings; short closed 2cm tear to lower edge, otherwise fine.

  • # 22408

    TROEDEL, Charles (1836-1906), publisher

    The Melbourne album. Containing a series of views of Melbourne & country districts.

    Respectfully dedicated to, and patronized by His Excellency Sir Charles Darling, K.C.B.. by the lithographer and publisher, Charles Troedel. 73, Collins St. E. Melbourne. Melbourne : Charles Troedel, circa 1864. Oblong folio, 412 x 535 mm, publisher’s half red roan over gilt-lettered green cloth (edges rubbed, spine split), front free endpaper creased with edge loss, …

  • # 22452

    GELLERT, Leon (1892-1977); LINDSAY, Norman (1876-1969)

    The Isle of San.

    A phantasy by Leon Gellert with five original etchings by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1919. Folio, quarter vellum over green cloth, pp 139, with initials printed in red, frontispiece portrait after an etching by Lindsay, five original large etchings with lettered tissue-guards by Norman Lindsay, each etching signed in full in pencil; …

  • # 22605

    BARTOLOZZI, F[rancesco] ; HODGES, W[illiam]

    Man of Easter Island [with] Woman of Easter Island

    London : W. Strahan and Thomas Cadell, 1777. Copperplate engravings, each 225 x 180 mm (image), of a man and woman of Easter Island, engraved by Bartolozzi after Hodges, published in the quarto edition of Cook’s second voyage.

  • # 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.

  • # 22277

    GOULD, John (1804 - 1881)

    Mirafra horsfieldii; Gould (Horsfield’s Mirafra)

    Lithograph with vivid original hand colouring, measures 560 x 375 mm (sheet), titled lower margin, pale foxing. Letterpress sheet of descriptive text included. A plate from The Birds of Australia (London : published by the author, 1840 – 1848), Gould’s great colourplate book. Approximately 250 sets were issued, the full set containing 681 plates, each lithograph strikingly …

  • # 22264

    GOULD, John (1804 - 1881)

    Geoffroyius Timorlaoensis, Meyer. (Tenimber parrot, or Tanimbar red-cheeked parrot)

    Lithograph with vivid original hand colouring, measures 560 x 375 mm (sheet), titled lower margin, Letterpress sheet of descriptive text included. A plate from The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Islands (London : published by the author, 1875-1888), Gould’s last great colourplate book, completed after Gould’s death by Dr. R. B. Sharpe. Approximately …

  • # 22262

    GOULD, John (1804 - 1881)

    Casuarius westermanni (Westerman’s cassowary, or Dwarf cassowary)

    Lithograph with vivid original hand colouring, measures 545 x 365 mm (sheet), titled lower margin, Letterpress sheet of descriptive text included. A plate from The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Islands (London : published by the author, 1875-1888), Gould’s last great colourplate book, completed after Gould’s death by Dr. R. B. Sharpe. Approximately …

  • # 22276

    GOULD, John (1804 - 1881)

    Parotia lawesi, Ramsay (or Lawe’s Bird of Paradise)

    Lithograph with vivid original hand colouring, measures 560 x 375 mm (sheet), titled lower margin, pale foxing. Letterpress sheet of descriptive text included. Defective, 3 cm of loss to image due to offset abrasion on to letterpress sheet. A plate from The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Islands (London : published by the …

  • # 22272

    GOULD, John (1804 - 1881)

    Phonygama purpureoviolacea, Meyer. (Purple-and-violet manucode)

    Lithograph with vivid original hand colouring, measures 560 x 375 mm (sheet), titled lower margin, Letterpress sheet of descriptive text included. A plate from The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Islands (London : published by the author, 1875-1888), Gould’s last great colourplate book, completed after Gould’s death by Dr. R. B. Sharpe. Approximately …