Graphics

  • # 19684

    LINDHARDT, Knud

    Europe’s Gay Gateway. See wonderful Copenhagen via SAS

    [Copenhagen : Scandinavian Airlines System, circa 1956]. Offset lithograph, 970 x 720 mm, printed lower left ‘Printed in Denmark – Interprint A/S Stosv 1860’, light handling marks, else fine. A fabulously kitsch 1950s travel poster for the Danish capital, designed by Knud Lindhardt. The poster was issued in two sheets in mirror image, of which …

  • # 20115

    [GILL, S.T.]

    The Melbourne Rose. Part II.

    London : Joseph, Myers & Co., 1862 (printed in Hamburg by C. Adler’s Printing Establishment). Chromolithographed and engraved folding card in the shape of a rose, custom mounted in a perspex display stand, with the original gilt-printed envelope honouring Burke and Wills (two old tape stains); a very good example. A significant and very rare …

  • # 19682

    ICART, Louis (1888 - 1950)

    Miroir de Venise

    Etching printed in colours, with additional hand colour, 505 x 505 mm (plate line); 730 x 610 mm (sheet), signed in pencil Louis Icart lower right, artist blindstamp (windmill with L. I. monogram) lower left, copyright line upper left, dated New York 1937. In a charcoal custom timber frame measuring 865 x 750 mm. Louis Icart …

  • # 20248

    BRACK, John

    An original lithograph of a standing nude with Chinese screen

    Lithograph, 390 x 278 mm (plate line), fine condition, in black timber frame, measuring 650 x 525 mm. Printed in an edition of 200 copies. Unsigned and unnumbered as issued. An original lithograph intended for the publication John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs. (Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982), this example from unbound sheets sourced from the …

  • # 20251

    BRACK, John

    An original lithograph of a seated nude with cushions and rug

    Lithograph, 420 x 300 mm (plate line), fine condition, in black timber frame, measuring 680 x 545 mm. Printed in an edition of 200 copies. Unsigned and unnumbered as issued. An original lithograph intended for the publication John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs. (Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982), this example from unbound sheets sourced from the …

  • # 20249

    BRACK, John

    An original lithograph of a seated nude with rug

    Lithograph, 415 x 298 mm (plate line), fine condition, in black timber frame, measuring 680 x 550 mm. Printed in an edition of 200 copies. Unsigned and unnumbered as issued. An original lithograph intended for the publication John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs. (Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982), this example from unbound sheets sourced from the …

  • # 20252

    BRACK, John

    An original lithograph of a reclining nude

    Lithograph, 455 x 300 mm (plate line), fine condition, in black timber frame, measuring 680 x 545 mm. Printed in an edition of 200 copies. Unsigned and unnumbered as issued. An original lithograph intended for the publication John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs. (Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982), this example from unbound sheets sourced from the …

  • # 20247

    BRACK, John

    An original lithograph of a seated nude

    Lithograph, 390 x 275 mm (plate line), fine condition, in black timber frame, measuring 650 x 525 mm. Printed in an edition of 200 copies. Unsigned and unnumbered as issued. An original lithograph intended for the publication John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs. (Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982), this example from unbound sheets sourced from the …

  • # 19686

    DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979)

    Hommage à Sonia Delaunay

    Paris : Musee national d’art moderne, 1975. Lithograph, 650 x 500 mm, minor handling marks, else fine. Custom framed in black timber. The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would remain for most …

  • # 19690

    DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979); FRONZONI, A. G. (1923 - 2002)

    Sonia Delaunay exposition rétrospective

    Grenoble : Musée de Grenoble, 1974. Screenprint, 680 x 440 mm (sheet), designed by Jacques Damase, minor handling marks, else fine. Custom framed in black timber. The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would …

  • # 19689

    DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979); FRONZONI, A. G. (1923 - 2002)

    Sonia Delaunay “1925”

    Paris : Galerie de Varenne, s.n. (circa 1975). Screenprint, 690 x 442 mm (sheet), designed by Jacques Damase, minor handling marks, else fine. The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would remain for …

  • # 19688

    DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979); FRONZONI, A. G. (1923 - 2002)

    Sonia Delaunay

    Brussels : Gallery Espace “2000”, 1973. Screenprint, 600 x 440 mm (sheet), designed by Jacques Damase, light surface wear, minor handling marks, else fine. The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would remain …

  • # 20323

    Australia. Commonwealth Military Forces.

    [POSTER] Army mobile selection team visits here … to enlist men for our new Army.

    Early 1960s. Poster, 500 x 370 mm, colour lithograph and line-cut, printed in green, yellow and black ink, depicting soldier wearing a helmet with Australian Military Forces Rising Sun badge, another badge incorporated into the design at lower left. Fine.

  • # 20114

    GIBBS, May (1877-1969)

    [MAY GIBBS] Christmas Bell Babies grow in Australia. (They sing you Joy).

    Circa 1925. Greeting card (150 x 97 mm), recto with colour process design of Christmas Bell Babies and printed May Gibbs signature, verso blank, very good condition.

  • # 19670

    SCHNEIDER, Malou; MARTIN, Jean-Hubert et al.

    Des mondes de papier : l’imagerie populaire de Wissembourg

    Strasbourg : Musées de Strasbourg, 2010. Large quarto, pictorial card covers, pp 310, [3]; illustrated throughout in colour; text in French; an as new copy. Superb catalogue of an exhibition showcasing the enormous variety of graphics printed between 1839 and 1939 by the lithography house founded by Jean-Frédéric Wentzel in Wissembourg, Alsace.

  • # 19550

    JACKS, Robert (1943 - 2014)

    The James Joyce House of the Dead

    A suite of etchings by Robert Jacks. Melbourne: Port Jackson Press Australia, 2004. Folio, gilt-embossed green oxford buckram clamshell box measuring 395 x 290mm containing title sheet and nine original etchings each 380 x 280mm, each signed and titled by the artist. Edition limited to thirty copies. ‘Ulysses by James Joyce has been the source …