Norman Lindsay & Family

  • # 31801

    LINDSAY, Norman; FULLERTON, Peter

    Norman Lindsay war cartoons, 1914-1918

    /​ edited and with a commentary by Peter Fullerton. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1983. Large quarto, brown cloth boards with pictorial dustjacket, 251 pp, illustrated in black and white, 4 colour plates. A fine copy. Lindsay’s World War One cartoons, originally published in the Bulletin.

  • # 31726

    CHAPLIN, Harry

    Norman Lindsay

    His books, manuscripts and autograph letters in the library of, and annotated by Harry F. Chaplin. Foreword by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : Wentworth Press, 1969. Quarto, lettered wrappers (some foxing), pp. 90.

  • # 31697

    HOWARTH, R.G. ; BARKER, A.W. (editors)

    Letters of Norman Lindsay

    Sydney : Angus & Roberston, 1979. First edition. Quarto, pictorial black cloth in very good dustjacket, 656 pp, illustrated, a very good copy.  

  • # 31696

    LINDSAY, Norman

    My mask

    For what little I know of the man behind it. An autobiography by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1970. Octavo, boards in dust jacket (a little edgeworn), pp. 245, with numerous photographic illustrations. Lindsay’s autobiography, published by his widow the year after his death.

  • # 31633

    [LINDSAY, Ruby]. BARRETT, Charles.

    From Range to Sea. A Bird Lover’s Ways.

    Melbourne: Lothian, 1907. Octavo, wrappers illustrated in black and gold by Ruby Lindsay (short splits to spine), gift inscription to half-title, 62 pp., photographs, advertisements. A charming art nouveau image by Ruby Lind graces the front panel of this delightful book for the bird lover. A very good copy.

  • # 31486

    [LINDSAY, Lionel], MENDELSSOHN, Joanna.

    Lionel Lindsay: An artist and his family

    London: Chatto and Windus, 1988. Octavo, boards with illustrated duskjacket, 254 pp. This is an insightful biography by Mendelssohn on life and work of Lionel Lindsay and the Lindsay family. There are numerous illustrations of watercolours, etchings and wood engravings as well as photos of the Lindsays. A fine copy.

  • # 31485

    LINDSAY, Norman; STEWART, Douglas

    Norman Lindsay’s cats

    Introduced by Douglas Stewart ; with an additional remembrance by Norman Lindsay. South Melbourne, Vic. : Macmillan, 1975. First edition. Quarto, cream cloth boards, pictorial dustjacket, [64] pp, chiefly illustrated. ‘Norman Lindsay kept a small, warm corner of his artistic life for his cats. He not only collected and kept a horde of them in …

  • # 31484

    LINDSAY, Norman

    Norman Lindsay. Artful cats

    Introduced by Meg Stewart. Bungendore : Odana Editions, 2001. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 144, illustrated. A wonderful exploration of Lindsay’s treatment of cats in his art, their myriad of expressions captured perfectly with Lindsay’s characteristic wit. Includes reproductions of Lindsay manuscript letters as well as an essay by Lindsay. Now out of print.

  • # 30989

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Australian Natives – What, ho! She bumps.

    [Sydney : NSW Bookstall Co., c.1905]. Chromolithographic postcard, 138 x 38 mm, recto with Norman Lindsay illustration from the Australian Natives series, captioned What, ho! She bumps; good example with some very light corner wear; mailed locally from Armidale to Yarrowyck, in the New England region of New South Wales, in September 1906.

  • # 31421

    CLIFFORD-SMITH, Silas

    Percy Lindsay : artist & bohemian (new copy)

    Melbourne : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2011. Quarto, pictorial wrappers, pp. 143, illustrated. The only substantive biography on this talented and under-recognised painter. New copy. Christopher Menz (Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia 2005-10) reviewed the book in the June 2011 issue of Australian Book Review (ABR): ‘Until now, Percy Lindsay has lacked a …

  • # 31402

    PRUNSTER, Ursula (et al.)

    Norman Lindsay Centenary Exhibition of Graphic Art

    Newcastle : Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, December 1979. Quarto, illustrated card wrappers (lightly marked), illustrated endpapers, 60 pp., illustrated in black and white. Introduction by the curator Ursula Prunster. Catalogue of a touring exhibition with 96 works catalogued and illustrated. Includes the errata slip.

  • # 31401

    LINDSAY, Norman

    Norman Lindsay’s Ship Models (deluxe edition)

    Preface and commentary by Norman Lindsay, foreword by Douglas Stewart, photographed by Quinton F. Davis. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1966. Quarto, gilt-decorated canvas and green morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe (spine slightly sunned( in matching slipcase (marked), 98pp illustrated with numerous photographs. The deluxe edition, limited to 150 copies signed and numbered by Norman Lindsay. …

  • # 31389

    Sydney Ure Smith

    Art in Australia. A Quarterly Magazine. Third Series, Number Twenty.

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1927. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers, 88pp, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, an extremely fine copy. Includes various essays and literary pieces; and an essay by Margaret Preston entitled ‘Colour;. Illustrations by Streeton, Young, Leist, Feint, Will Ashton, Fizelle, et …

  • # 31386

    Sydney Ure Smith

    Art in Australia. A Quarterly Magazine. Third Series, Number Twenty.

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1927. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers, 88pp, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, edges a little rubbed. Includes various essays and literary pieces; and an essay by Margaret Preston entitled ‘Colour;. Illustrations by Streeton, Young, Leist, Feint, Will Ashton, Fizelle, et …

  • # 31384

    [LINDSAY, Norman, 1879-1969]

    [NORMAN LINDSAY] Playboy, vol. 14, no. 12, December 1967.

    Chicago, IL : H.M. Hefner, 1967. Small quarto, pictorial wrappers (rubbed, creased), 320 pp; contains an article Art Nouveau Erotica (pp.129-137) which showcases the work of Norman Lindsay, including reproductions of 8 of his works: The Mirror, Julia’s Monkey, She Arrives, The Ring, Apex of Life, The Sortie, The Dance, and a full-page illustration from Lysistrata; …

  • # 31334

    [LINDSAY]. HOPE, A. D.

    Norman Lindsay pencil drawings

    with a foreword by A. D. Hope. Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1969. Quarto, gilt-titled boards with illustrated dustjacket (tear to front panel), 112pp. This is the first and only edition of forty-six of Lindsay’s pencil drawings. Foreword by A.D. Hope on Linsday’s series of nude drawings. A good copy.