WEBER, Bruce (1946 - )
New York : Afred A. Knopf, 1986. Folio, photo-illustrated cards, a few light stains, previous owner’s inscription to endpaper, unpaginated, fully illustrated photo-book with several fold-out plates. One of the great photo-books of the late twentieth century, O Rio de Janeiro is a luxuriously voyeuristic tour through the streets of Rio. Weber’s design of the …
New York : Museum of Modern Art, 1967. First edition. Quarto, plain black paper wrappers in pink laminated dustjacket (fine), unpaginated and without text. In this ‘illegible book’ Munari tells a story without words, through the different colours card and glassine pages a diecut circle travels across the book, with some leaves connected by a …
Eighteen reproductions in colour from original watercolours with an appreciation of the medium by Norman Lindsay and a biographical survey of the artist’s life and work by Godfrey Blunden. Sydney : The Springwood Press, 1939. Quarto, embossed silk-bound boards (a pale waterstain to upper board, light discolouration to lower board from contact with a box), …
with the Earliest English Translation (1694), now first reprinted with an Introduction, together with one hundred illustrations by Norman Lindsay. London : privately printed by Ralph Straus, 1910. Quarto, later full vellum, ruled in gilt, contrasting morocco title label to spine, card slipcase (sunned), top edge gilt, other edges uncut, 303 pp, one hundred black …
Fourteen reproductions in colour from original oil paintings, and 16 half-tone plates reproduced in black and white; with essays by Douglas Stewart and Norman Lindsay. Sydney: The Shepherd Press, 1945. Quarto, gilt-decorated boards (bottom edge a little rubbed) in dustjacket (a couple of short edge tears and creases, but very good), numerous colour and black …
LINDSAY, Jack; ELLIS, Lionel (illustrator)
: the complete poems translated by Jack Lindsay with wood cuts by Lionel Ellis and an introduction by Edward Hutton. London : The Fanfrolico Press, . Edition limited to 500 numbered copies (this is copy no. 325). Small quarto, full green-stained vellum sunning to top and fore-edges of upper board and spine), upper board with illustration …
Done into English by Jack Lindsay with one hundred illustrations by Norman Lindsay. Comprising the Satyricon and Poems. London : Fanfrolico Press, . Quarto, half-vellum stained red over marbled boards (light wear, spine sunned), top edge gilt, others uncut, a very good copy with 100 Lindsay illustrations. Limited to 650 copies, this copy out of …
[SKELTON, John; BINDER, Pearl]
1928. Single sheet folded into 4 pp quarto (274 x 188 mm), pp 1 [title]; [2-3], specimens (text from pages 9 and 10, colour illustrations from page ); lacking subscription form; some light marks to the front lower left margin; mild creasing lower right corners and upper edge. Arnold P25.
LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)
to Francis and Betty Crosslé : here printed for members of the Christopher Brennan Society. [Sydney] : The Christopher Brennan Society, 1980. Octavo, paper wrappers, stringbound, title label, pp. , unopened and uncut, a fine copy. Limited to 75 copies signed by Richard Pennington, the printer. Hand printed in France.
[The Fanfrolico Press]
: being a statement of the aims of the Fanfrolico Press both typographical and aesthetic with a complete bibliography and specimen passages and illustrations from the books. London : The Fanfrolico Press, 1928. Octavo, original wrappers, with illustration by Norman Lindsay (faint crease to fore edge), the standard edition, 36 pp, illustrated, including title page …
Sydney : The Macquarie Galleries, 1927. Duodecimo, lettered wrappers, pp. 4, catalogue of 26 works, light foxing.
[LINDSAY, Norman]. STEWART, Douglas.
Sydney: Frank C. Johnson, 1940. Duodecimo, illustrated wrappers ( a little sunned to edges), 48pp., Lindsay illustrations throughout. Limited to 500 copies.
[LINDSAY]. LANE, F.C.V.
Adelaide: The Wakefield Press, 1944. Octavo, printed wrappers, 32pp. (label inside front wrapper) illustrated with tipped-in bookplates and a checklist of works completed. Limited to 400 copies.
[NOLAN]. WILLIAMS, Bruce
Introduction by Professor K. S. Isles. Melbourne and Adelaide : Reed & Harris, 1943. Octavo, paper wrappers (one corner stained), designed by Sidney Nolan, pp. 72. Printed in an edition of 1000 copies. COWLEY, Des, A checklist of Reed & Harris Publications, in The La Trobe Journal No 64, Spring 1999, p. 53)
Cover title: We saw it happen. Cairo : R. Schindler, 1943. Oblong quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp  text, plus 32 full page b/w plates, clean and sound.
CAMPBELL, David; BLACKMAN, Charles (cover design)
Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1978. First edition. Octavo, stiff pictorial wrappers with design by Charles Blackman, 62 pp; loosely inserted is a single-page quarto typed letter from David Campbell to Angus & Robertson editor Leonie Henschke, dated 3 July 1977, in which the poet recommends a Classical Greek theme for the cover design of the …