Norman Lindsay & Family

  • # 19831

    PRUNSTER, Ursula

    [NORMAN LINDSAY] The legendary Lindsays

    [Roseville, N.S.W.] : Beagle Press in conjunction with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1995. Quarto, red cloth with illustrated dust jacket, 120 pp, illustrated in colour and black and white, with short essays by Robert Holden and Helen Glad. Fine copy. A superb pictorial survey of the art and private world of the …

  • # 19498

    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 series Australian Natives, captioned What, ho! She bumps; handwritten message at bottom margin; postally used in New South Wales, sent locally from Sydney to North Sydnay; faint imprint of postmark to top corner recto, verso with mild foxing, else …

  • # 19397

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    The Magic Pudding

    : being the adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle & Sam Sawnoff. Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1918. Quarto, quarter cloth over papered boards (lightly discoloured), lettered in gilt on the spine, in fine original illustrated dust jacket (discoloured, small chips to head and foot of spine, archival tape reinforcements to splits …

  • # 19454

    LINDSAY, Norman; LINDSAY, Lionel; HILDER, J.J; et al.

    The Lone Hand : the national Australian monthly. Vol. VII, No. 39, July 1, 1910. Fiction number.

    Sydney : Printed and published by William Macleod for The Bulletin, 1910. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (review stamp, some rubbing, and creasing to upper wrapper corners, short tear to lower wrapper, some paper loss to foot of spine), pp. i-xvi; 89-176; xvii-liv; illustrated by Lionel Lindsay, Harry Weston, Alek Sass, Norman Lindsay, J.J. Hilder, and Lionel …

  • # 19453

    LINDSAY, Norman; LINDSAY, Lionel; SOUTER, D.H.; McCRAE, Hugh et al.

    The Lone Hand : the Australian monthly. Vol. VII, No. 37, May 2, 1910

    Sydney : Printed and published by William Macleod for The Bulletin, 1910. Octavo, pictorial wrappers (paper loss to spine and upper wrapper, discolouration to staple binding on lower wrapper); pp. i-xvi, 1-88, xvii-lxx; illustrations in black and white by Norman Lindsay, Lionel Lindsay, Mab Treeby, and George H. Dancy; articles by Morgan McMahon, Sir Joseph …

  • # 19452

    LINDSAY, Norman et al.

    The Lone Hand : The Australian Monthly Vol. VII, No. 38, June 1st, 1910

    Sydney : Printed and published by William Macleod for The Bulletin, 1910. Octavo, illustrated wrappers by Norman Lindsay (review stamp and some rubbing to upper wrapper, paper loss to spine), pp. xvi; 89 – 176; [li], extensively illustrated in black and white by Norman Lindsay, Sydney Smith, Alek Sass, Muriel Nicholls et al. With extensive advertisements …

  • # 19422

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Saturdee

    Sydney : The Endeavour Press, 1933. First edition. Octavo, blue cloth covered boards in Norman Lindsay dust jacket (edges chipped, some foxing), 259 pp (light foxing to endpapers), a very good copy.

  • # 19396

    LINDSAY, Norman.

    Norman Lindsay water colour book.

    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, blind embossed green cloth (pale water stain) in original illustrated dustjacket (one corner chipped, short split along spine), eighteen …

  • # 19053

    GINZBURG, Ralph (1929 - 2006), editor

    [NORMAN LINDSAY]. Eros. Winter, 1962. Volume One, Number Four.

    New York : Eros, 1963. Quarto, illustrated boards, pp. 94, illustrated. Articles include ‘Was Shakespeare a homosexual?’, ‘The sexual side of anti-semitism’, ‘A letter from Allen Ginsberg’, ‘The natural superiority of women as erotocists’. Also includes ‘Lysistrata by Aristophanes – in a free adaptation by Ivan Grazni’ which reproduces (without credit) Norman Lindsay’s full page …

  • # 18980

    ELKINGTON, J. S. C.

    [NORMAN LINDSAY]. Health Reader with chapters on elementary school hygiene (the author’s copy)

    Illustrated by Norman Lindsay. Christchurch : Whitcombe and Tombs, n.d. [c. 1908]. Octavo, lettered cloth (a little marked), 139 pp. with numerous illustrations by Norman Lindsay. Very scarce and early Lindsayana. The author’s copy, with his Norman Lindsay designed bookplate to front pastedown.

  • # 19258

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    A curate in Bohemia

    Sydney : N.S.W. Bookstall Co., 1932. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (worn, upper wrapper marked), pp. 169, scattered foxing to preliminaries. As with all issues following the scandalous first, the breasts covered on the pictorial wrapper. Scarce.

  • # 19179

    LINDSAY, Norman.

    The Flyaway Highway (presentation copy for Margaret Coen, with drawing)

    Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1936. First edition. Large octavo, Lindsay decorated papered boards (some soiling, wear and fading), 120pp., scattered foxing (as usual), some short tears and creases, with numerous Lindsay illustrations. First edition of Lindsay’s second children’s book, the first being The Magic Pudding. Presentation copy from Norman Lindsay to close friend Margaret Coen, …

  • # 19175

    MOORE, William

    Studio sketches. Glimpses of Melbourne studio life.

    Melbourne : William Moore, 1906. Octavo, illustrated wrappers with yapp edges, original ties, pp. 76; [4], black and white illustrations of works by McCubbin, Paterson, Mather, Withers, Waugh, Clara Southern, Ruby Lindsay, Nuttall, Alek Sass, Percy Lindsay, Charles Wheeler, Margaret Baskerville et al. A very good copy.

  • # 19337

    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.

  • # 18673

    CROSSLE, Francis

    Dona Juana. (Raymond Lindsay’s copy)

    Sydney : Frank C. Johnson, 1931. First edition. Octavo, black cloth covered boards with gilt stamped design (extensive silverfishing), ownership signature of Raymond Lindsay (Norman Lindsay’s son) to front free-endpaper, 171 pp, outer leaves and edges heavily foxed. Dr. Francis Crossle was Norman Lindsay’s personal doctor and close friend.

  • # 19151

    LINDSAY, Norman; BLUNDEN, Geoffrey

    Norman Lindsay watercolours

    : fifteen reproductions in colour from original watercolours with an appreciation of the medium / by Norman Lindsay and a survey of the artist’s life and work by Godfrey Blunden. Sydney : Ure Smith, 1973. Quarto, blue cloth boards with pictorial dustjacket (one short tear), 63 pp, 15 colour plates. A very good copy. Originally …