Norman Lindsay & Family

  • # 33139

    LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)

    Lionel Lindsay : the printmaker’s printmaker

    Melbourne : Douglas Stewart Fine Books, 2011. Quarto, A4 size, illustrated wrappers, pp. 48, illustrated. Essay and illustrated catalogue of 103 rare books, bookplates, woodcuts, drawings, etchings and ephemera. Limited to 1000 copies bound in wrappers, a deluxe edition of 150 copies also published (although not all were made up). Price list loosely enclosed.

  • # 33137

    CHRISTIE, Robyn and MILLER, Justin.

    The D.R. Sheumack Collection : eighty years of Australian painting.

    Compiled by Robyn Christie and Justin Miller. Sydney : Sotheby’s Australia, 1988. Quarto, silver-lettered cloth in illustrated dustjacket (spine slightly sunned), pp. [148], illustrated. Catalogue of one of the finest collection of traditional Australian paintings formed in the past century. Includes works by Norman Lindsay, William Dobell, Tom Roberts, Hans Heysen etc.

  • # 32989

    BUTLER, Roger

    Poster art in Australia : the streets as art galleries – walls sometimes speak

    Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 1993. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 104, illustrated. Published in conjunction with the exhibition The streets as art galleries – walls sometimes speak : Poster art in Australia, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 5 November 1993 – 6 February 1994. Includes works by Norman Lindsay, William Dobell, Mandy Martin, James …

  • # 32997

    LINDSAY, Percy

    Percy Lindsay

    Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, 1975. Quarto, die cut lettered wrappers, essay, illustrated catalogue.

  • # 32991

    RUDD, Steele; LINDSAY, Norman; LINDSAY, Ruby, SIMPSON, Ruth; MURPHY, Ashton

    Back at our selection (signed copy)

    [Brisbane] : Steele Rudd &​ Co., 1906. First edition. Octavo, publisher’s pictorial blue cloth boards (edges rubbed, spine chipped at head and foot as well as alond edge), bookplate to front pastedown, pp. [8]; 213; [3] (scattered foxing), illustrated by Ruby Lindsay, Norman Lindsay, Ruth Simpson and​ Ashton Murphy. Signed and inscribed on the endpaper ‘Yours …

  • # 32974

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Our earth

    Etching and engraving, 156 x 124 mm, signed lower right, framed. Printed in an edition of 225 copies (the etchings were not numbered). Originally published as the frontispiece to the publication Our Earth by Kenneth MacKenzie, Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1937, where the book was signed by the author and numbered. A fine work by …

  • # 32458

    WINGROVE, Keith (editor)

    Norman Lindsay on art, life and literature

    Brisbane : University of Queensland Press, 1990. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (reproducing a photograph of Norman Lindsay taken by Keith Wingrove), pp. 241, reproductions of Lindsay drawings, toning as usual. Signed presentation copy from Keith Wingrove to Paul Dwyer, inscribed on the first leaf.

  • # 32541

    TINSLAY, Peter & Maureen

    Norman Lindsay : his art, prose writings and book illustrations

    Sydney : The Antique Bookshop & Curios, circa 1985. Catalogue sixteen. Octavo, wrappers with portrait of Lindsay, pp. [16], illustrations, pen annotations, catalogue of 168 works.

  • # 32955

    [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), corners rubbed, illustrated endpapers (front free endpaper torn with loss); colour frontispiece, 248pp., with illustrations by Ruby Lindsay; light foxing to preliminaries, a very good copy. The rare first edition of Ruby Lindsay’s most famous illustrated book.

  • # 32422

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    The Magic Pudding. (Signed first edition)

    / Being the adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle & Sam Sawnoff. Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1918. Quarto, quarter-cloth over papered boards, lettered in gilt on the spine, in fine original illustrated dust jacket (corners rubbed, Japanese paper reinforcements to a few splits), patterned green A & R endpapers, colour title …

  • # 32426

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

    Norman Lindsay : Oil Paintings 1889-1969. (Standard edition)

    Bungendore, NSW : Odana Editions, 2006. Quarto, pictorial boards in dust jacket (spine slightly faded, as usual), 308pp. A very good, unread copy. The most substantial book produced on Lindsay’s oil paintings. Over a period of eighty years Australian artist Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay (1879-1969) painted in oils. Apart from the classical portraits and single …

  • # 32730

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Creative effort : an essay in affirmation (deluxe edition)

    Sydney : published for the author by Art in Australia, 1920. First edition. Octavo, quarter cloth over papered boards, spine lettered in gilt (marked); offsetting to endpapers (previous owner’s name to front pastedown), original signed etching by Norman Lindsay tipped-in (lightly foxed), errata slip, pp 292; a very good copy. Limited to 120 copies, of …

  • # 32634

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

    Norman Lindsay : oil paintings 1889-1969

    Bungendore: Odana Editions, 2006. Quarto, full leather in leather slipcase, 308pp., Limited to 550 copies which only 500 are for sale. Signed by the author and curator Lin Bloomfield. Contains an original photograph of the Norman Lindsay painting ‘The Vanities’. Slipcase slightly marked, else a fine copy. The most substantial book produced on Lindsay’s oil …

  • # 32540

    BERKELOUW BOOKSELLERS

    Norman Lindsay. His art and his books

    Catalogue 267. Sydney : Messrs. Berkelouw, c. 1980. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 24, catalogue of 167 works. Limited to 1500 copies.

  • # 32533

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Creative effort. An essay in affirmation

    London : Cecil Palmer, 1924. First UK edition. Octavo, cloth bound boards with paper title label to spine (slightly canted, edges rubbed, spine dulled, ripple to cloth), pp. 292, occasional foxing. Lindsay’s philosophies on art and life. A good copy.

  • # 32041

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    [SHEET MUSIC]. The Magic Pudding

    Produced by The Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust. Adapted for marionettes by Peter Scriven with music by Hal Evans. Australia’s funniest and most famous children’s story. Sydney : Chappell & Co., 1960. Sheet music, self-wrappers illustrated by Norman Lindsay, pp. [8], light edge wear and a couple of marks, a very good copy. Rare sheet music …