Norman Lindsay & Family

  • # 22451

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969) and LINDSAY, Jack (1900-1990)

    A homage to Sappho

    Made by Norman and Jack Lindsay. London : The Fanfrolico Press, 1928. Limited to 70 signed copies. Quarto, bound by John Hains of London in full cream vellum over bevelled boards with title and Lindsay decoration in gold, all edges gilt, 64 pp, illustrated with fifteen original etchings by Norman Lindsay, a fine copy. One …

  • # 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, occasional …

  • # 22450

    LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)

    Twenty-one woodcuts. Drawn, engraved & printed by Lionel Lindsay (presentation copy for W. H. Ifould)

    Sydney : Meryon Press, 1924. Quarto, quarter-cloth, papered boards with title label (edges rubbed), unpaginated, title page in red and black, woodcut frontispiece, foreword by Lionel Lindsay, engraved title device, twenty further woodcuts tipped-in. Limited to 95 copies, a deluxe edition of 30 copies was also issued. This copy out of series. Housed in the …

  • # 22188

    [LINDSAY, Ruby, illustrator]. LETTS, Winifred.

    Naughty Sophia. With nearly 100 illustrations by Ruby Lind.

    London: Grant Richards, 1912. First edition. Quarto, illustrated cloth over boards (slightly canted), snagged at foot of spine, illustrated endpapers, previous owner’s name to front endpaper; 248pp., with illustrations by Ruby Lindsay; a very good copy. The rare first edition of Ruby Lindsay’s most famous illustrated book.

  • # 22453

    LINDSAY, Lionel

    A book of woodcuts (presentation copy for Harry Chaplin)

    Sydney : Art in Australia, 1922. Quarto, cloth covered boards, title inlay, all edges uncut, unpaginated, signed woodcut frontispiece printed from coloured blocks, foreword by Lindsay with woodcut decoration, a further twenty original woodcuts tipped-in. Additional signed proof copy of the woodcut of The Cat printed on Japanese vellum tipped in a front blank, inscribed …

  • # 22139

    [RUBY LINDSAY, 1887-1919]

    The drawings of Ruby Lind (Mrs. Will Dyson)

    London : Cecil Palmer, 1920. Quarto, buckram over papered boards (light scuff marks), gilt title, 51 pp, illustrated in black and white and colour. A good copy. This work, available only to subscribers, was produced as a tribute to Ruby, who in 1919 had died tragically young of influenza in London, where she had resided …

  • # 22357

    BARRY, John Arthur; LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)

    Steve Brown’s bunyip and other stories

    With introductory verses by Rudyard Kipling. New edition. Sydney : N.S.W. Bookstall Co., 1905. Octavo, illustrated pictorial cloth by Lionel Lindsay (lightly rubbed), frontispiece, pp. xiii; 297, 5 additional black and white plates by Lindsay.

  • # 22167

    LINDSAY, Norman; WINGROVE, Keith

    Norman Lindsay’s bears

    / selected by Keith Wingrove. South Melbourne, Vic. : Sun Books / Macmillan, 1983. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (spine sunned), pp. 72, illustrated.

  • # 22136

    [LINDSAY, Norman]. BLOOMFIELD, Lin (ed.).

    Norman Lindsay: 80 Years of Pencil Drawings.

    Bungendore: Odana Editions, 2008. Quarto, pictorial boards, 335 pages, profusely illustrated. During his long creative life Norman Lindsay produced works in many media, but pencil was the only one he used continuously from childhood to old age. The earliest drawing reproduced in this book was done in 1889, when he was ten years old; the …

  • # 22098

    [LINDSAY]. STEWART, Douglas.

    Shipwreck. A poetic drama.

    Sydney: The Shepherd Press, 1947. First edition. Quarto, lettered boards in dustjacket (chipped and split), frontispiece by Norman Lindsay, pp. 96. Uncommon in the dustjacket.

  • # 22093

    JAMES, Brian (TIERNEY, John Lawrence, 1892 - 1972)

    The bunyip of Barney’s Elbow

    Foreword by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1956. First edition. Octavo, tan cloth covered boards in Norman Lindsay dustjacket (spine a little sunned, some small areas of loss), 209 pp, offsetting to endpapers, small water stain lower corner, else a good copy.

  • # 20398

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    The etchings of Norman Lindsay (Margaret Coen’s copy)

    London : Constable & Co., 1927. Folio, gilt-lettered blue buckram (a little marked), top edge gilt, 45 leaves of plates with accompanying title leaf, each a fine photogravure reproduction of a Norman Lindsay etching, moderate to heayl foxing. Limited to 129 copies of which 120 were for sale, signed and numbered by Norman Lindsay. A …

  • # 21581


    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 …

  • # 21761

    LINDSAY, Norman

    Norman Lindsay’s Pen Drawings

    Sydney: Art in Australia, 1931. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (a couple of minor stains, tape repairs to spine), light foxing to preliminaries as usual. Contains 64 full page reproductions.

  • # 21683

    Sydney Ure Smith

    Art in Australia. Art and Architecture. Third Series, Number Seventy-Four.

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : John Fairfax and Sons, 1939. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers, 80pp, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, a fine copy. Features articles on etching, art in Perth, Daryl Lindsay, and Charles Conder’s life. Also includes colour and black and white plates of works by …

  • # 21682

    Sydney Ure Smith

    Art in Australia. Art and Architecture. Third Series, Number Sixty-Nine. Christmas Number

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : John Fairfax and Sons, 1937. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers, 86pp, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, a fine copy. Features articles on acquisitions of the Felton Bequest, Dutch and Flemish Masters, and Murals of America. Also includes colour and black and white plates …