LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)
Held in Brisbane from August 1st 1928. Sydney : The Macquarie Galleries and Brisbane : Jeanettie Sheldon, 1928. Duodecimo, exhibition catalogue, lacking exterior wrappers, pp. , foreword and catalogue of works, light foxing. Rare catalogue.
LINDQUIST, Stephanie (curator)
Brisbane: State Library of Queensland, 2010. Narrow folio, illustrated wrappers, pp. 16, illustrated. Original invite enclosed. Catalogue for an exhibition at the State Library.
VIDLER, Edward A. (editor)
Adelaide : The Hassell Press, . First Edition. Quarto, papered boards (with label that the sale benefits returned soldiers), black and white and colour plates; original stiff illustrated boards, a very good copy. Includes contributions from Hans Heysen, Vance Palmer, Hugh McCrae, Lionel Lindsay, John Shirlow, Victor Cobb, Henri van Raalte, Napier Waller, Arthur Streeton, …
London : Nelson, 1975. Octavo, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 220, illustrated. A fine copy.
Woodcuts by Geraldine Rede and Violet Teague. [Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2008?]. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, cloth spine, unpaginated, french folds in the style of the original publication from 1905. ‘In 1905 Violet Teague, in collaboration with her friend Geraldine Rede, handprinted Night Fall in the Ti-Tree at the Sign of the Rabbit Press, …
Canberra : National Library of Australia, self-wrappers, pp. 12, illustrated. Stunning art deco designs by Thea Proctor, Adrian Feint, Hera Roberts et al.
PEDDER, Jane (née BRUCKER)
Jane Pedder, mother of John Lewes Pedder, Chief Justice of Van Diemen’s Land : autograph note to a ship’s captain regarding the carriage of books.
Sheet of wove paper with watermark date of 1828, 110 x 90 mm (folded),  pp, manuscript in ink, the front addressed ‘Capt. Smith, Ship William Manning’, the note itself occupying 2 pages, signed ‘Your obd. servt. Jane F. Pedder, March 18th’ [1828?], the fourth (otherwise blank) side endorsed by the receiver ‘Mrs. Pedder’; remnants …
[Sydney] : James Hardie Industries, . Oblong folio, illustrated wrappers, pp. 87. illustrated. Includes well-known illustrators such as Norman Lindsay, Lionel Lindsay, May Gibbs, Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, Pixie O’Harris, Peg Maltby, Christian Waller, D. H. Souter etc. Ex-library copy with neat cancel stamps.
Text by Emma Matthews. Introduction by Barry Jones. Melbourne : Thames & Hudson in association with the State Library of Victoria, 2009. Quarto, boards in dust jacket (a little wear at edges), pp. 176, illustrated; a fine copy. Strizic’s iconic images of twentieth century Melbourne. “This work shows us many aspects of Melbourne – its magnificent …
Sydney : Angus & Robertson [printed at The Hawthorn Press], 1956. First edition, limited to 500 signed and numbered copies (no.167). Quarto, fine blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to front and spine, in good dustjacket, light offsetting to endpapers, pp [xii], 185 + colophon, b/w plates, a very good copy. Chapters include Bligh, broadsides, …
[LINDSAY] MERIMEE, Prosper
Translated by Richard Griffin. With illustrations done in Spain in the summer of MDCCCCII by Lionel Lindsay. Foreword by Peter Lindsay. Sydney : Southern Cross Books, 1984. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth in dustjacket, pp. 61, , illustrated. The standard edition.
MAUGHAN, Janet; ZIMMER, Jenny [FLINDERS UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM]
Dot and circle : a retrospective survey of the Aboriginal acrylic paintings of Central Australia. (Signed copy)
A loan exhibition from the Flinders University of South Australia, first shown at the RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 16th April-3rd May, 1985. Melbourne : Communication Services Unit, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 1986. ‘Publication edited, produced and designed co-operatively by Janet Maughan in Adelaide and Jenny Zimmer in Melbourne.’ Quarto, original pictorial stiff wrappers, 208 pp, …
PARKER, K. Langloh; HEYSEN, Nora 1911-2003 (illustrator)
collected by Catherine Stow (K. Langloh Parker) ; illustrated by Nora Heysen. Adelaide : F.W. Preece & Sons, 1930. First edition. Small quarto, papered boards with Heysen design to front panel, cloth spine with title label, a little marked, illustrated endpapers, pp xi, 98, Nora Heysen’s superb illustrations on  leaves of plates as well as …
RADIC, Thérèse; ROBINSON, Susanne.
Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2012. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 264, illustrated. “The English conductor, composer and critic G.W.L. Marshall-Hall dominated music in Melbourne from his arrival in 1891 to his untimely death in 1915. He was a firebrand and an iconoclast hated by the clergy, feared by the press and adored by all his …
Melbourne] : Trustees of the Estate of Stuart Alan Black, 2012. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 84, illustrated. Scarce monograph on the painter Stuart Black (1937 – 2007), prominent member of the gay community and pioneer of Melbourne’s leather scene.
Melbourne : Sotheby’s, 2004. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, unpaginated, 63 lots illustrated in colour of significant printed and manuscript works of Australian significance.