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  • # 21636

    LEBRETON, Louis (1818-1866)

    [TAHITI] I[le]. Taïti. Le C.A. Dupetit Thouars faisant amener le pavillon taïtien et prenant possession au nom de la France.

    [= Tahiti. Rear Admiral Dupetit Thouars raises the Tahitian [Protectorate] flag and takes possession in the name of France]. Paris : Vor. Delarue et Cie. ; London : Anaglyphic Company ; Leipzig : Gebrüder Rocca, 1844. Lithograph with hand colouring, 305 x  483 mm (sheet 408 x 557 mm), signed ‘Louis Lebreton’ in stone lower right; …

  • # 21606

    Maker unknown.

    European missionary preaching to a group of indigenous men (possibly Māori).

    [s.l. : s.n., probably between 1850 and 1860], Hand-painted magic lantern glass slide, circular image (80 mm diameter), set in the original wooden frame (100 x 165 mm); fine condition. There are several hand-painted glass slides of identical format and workmanship, with scenes relating to New Zealand Māori, in the collection of the Alexander Turnbull …

  • # 21637

    LEBRETON, Louis (1818-1866)

    [TAHITI] Rade & Port de Pape-Iti. Arrivée au mouillage du C. Amiral Dupetit Thouars.

    [= Harbour and port of Papeete. Arrival at anchorage by Rear Admiral Dupetit Thouars]. Paris : Vor. Delarue et Cie. ; London : Anaglyphic Company ; Leipzig : Gebrüder Rocca, 1844. Lithograph with hand colouring, 305 x  483 mm (sheet 408 x 557 mm); printed title in lower margin, along with identification of the various …

  • # 21633

    Artist unknown.

    [POSTER] Land rights before games.

    Picket Fri. 17 Sept. 12.30pm Chifley Sq. / Public meeting Film: ‘Dirt Cheap’ 7pm. Friday 17th. Surry Hills Neighborhood Centre cnr. Crown & Collins Sts. / March & Rally Sun. 26 Sept. meet 2pm cnr Botany Rd & Redfern St. march to Hyde Park for concert & speakers. [Sydney : s.n., 1982]. Poster, screenprint, printed …

  • # 21581

    LINDSAY, Lionel; AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY

    Australian Red Cross Society certificate recognising service during the Great War, 1914-1919.

    [Melbourne : Australian Red Cross Society, 1919]. Lithographed sheet, 253 x 194 mm, printed in black and red, the upper half with Lionel Lindsay illustration of two Australian nurses (sewing and knitting), an Australian soldier and the Red Cross symbol; proforma document with manuscript entries, awarded to Mrs. C.R. Boyle ‘in recognition of 4 years …

  • # 21334

    SIBLEY, Andrew (1933 - 2015)

    Bookplate for Douglas Stewart

    Giclee colour print, titled ‘Ex Libris Douglas Stewart’, 195 x 125 mm. Created 2014. Bookplate for bookseller Douglas Stewart by noted Australian artist Andrew Sibley.

  • # 21258

    Anon.

    [RACISM; ABORIGINES] The First Australian Editor

    [Title from caption in image]. [s.l. : s.n., probably between 1910 and 1920]. Lithographically printed satirical cartoon, 165 x 110 mm, printed recto only in green on buff card; a few light marks to the margins, else very good.  

  • # 21179

    LISTER, Anthony (1979 - )

    Rubber glove dame

    Screenprint hand finished with ink and watercolour, 297 x 210 mm, signed and numbered, dated 2014, accompanied by the original certificate of authenticity as issued signed by the artist.

  • # 21512

    [RICHARD SERRA]

    Richard Serra : San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. October 15, 2011 – January 16, 2012. (Signed)

    New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011. Poster for the travelling exhibition Richard Serra Drawing: A retrospective, organised by the Menil Collection, Houston, 690 x 920 mm, signed at lower right by the artist. Unframed; fine.

  • # 21255

    Columbia Pictures [U.S.A.]

    [CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES] The Blonde Captive

    [Los Angeles, California] : Columbia Pictures, [1932]. Monochrome daybill for the film The Blonde Captive (1932), 280 x 350 mm, printed in sepia ink on light card; light foxing to lower edge, pin holes in each corner, otherwise in excellent condition. Exhibited: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. ‘Taboo’, curated by Brook Andrew, December 2012 – …

  • # 20444

    PICCININI, Patricia (1965 - )

    Untitled

    [Melbourne : Australian Print Workshop, 2018). Etching, 145 x 195 mm (image), 255 x 290 mm (paper), edition 17/20, signed lower right. An exquisitely detailed abstract organic work by noted contemporary visual artist Patricia Piccinini. Exhibited : Impressions 2018, Australian Print Workshop (the edition sold out on opening night).

  • # 20951

    KING, Christopher George (1865-1928)

    National Game Company lithographed printer’s proof for board games.

    [Melbourne : National Game Company, 1911]. Lithograph, printed in colour and gold ink, measures 750 x 1010 mm (sheet), folded to 190 x 260 mm; addressed on reverse to C. G. King Esq. of Hawthorn (Melbourne), with stamp postmarked 8MR11 [8 March 1911], pencil annotations ‘April 1911 5225′ and ’72 Ludo 2; 36 Courtship 1; …

  • # 21182

    GILLRAY, James (1756-1815)

    [BANKS] The Great South Sea Caterpillar, transform’d into a Bath Butterfly

    London : H. Humphrey, July 4th 1795 (the Bohn restrike of 1851, under authority from Gillray’s widow). Etching, printed in black ink, from one copper plate; hand-coloured (350 x 250 mm); numbered 410 upper right. Fine. One of Sir Joseph Banks’ greatest admirers, George III, had wielded his influence to secure for Banks the position …

  • # 20924

    MOSER, Barry (1940 - )

    Gold rush. Twenty-five wood engravings by Barry Moser on a theme of the discovery and mining of gold in America, Africa and Australia.

    With a note on those prints by the artist. Los Angeles : Arundel Press, 1985. Folio, gilt lettered black cloth clamshell box, 7 leaves text; 25 original wood engravings each hand-signed by the artist. Printed for the Arundel Press by Harold McGrath at the Hampshire Typothetae in West Hatfield, Massachusetts on Rives BFK. Limited to …

  • # 20795

    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). …

  • # 20799

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

    Kyneton, looking towards the bridge, 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. Published in the volume Victoria Illustrated, Melbourne and Sydney : Sands & Kenny; and Geelong : Thomas Brown, 1857 (Ferguson 9924; Wantrup 260a). After the success of Frederick Terry’s ‘Landscape Scenery’ in 1855 …