Norman Lindsay & Family

  • # 30223

    BARNETT, P. Neville (1881-1953)

    Woodcut book-plates

    Foreword by Lionel Lindsay. Sydney : Privately printed [The Beacon Press], 1934. Small quarto, original marbled paper boards, vellum spine with black lettering, illustrated dustjacket (edges silverfished with small areas of loss), marbled endpapers, 240 pp (pale foxing to edges), illustrated throughout with examples of woodcut bookplates, for the most part tipped-in, the frontispiece being …

  • # 30224

    LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)

    A book of woodcuts

    Sydney : Art in Australia, 1922. Quarto, cloth covered boards, title inlay, all edges uncut, unpaginated, signed woodcut frontispiece printed from colour blocks, foreword by Lindsay with woodcut decoration, a further twenty original woodcuts tipped-in. The deluxe edition, limited to 35 copies, hand printed by Percy Green on Japanese vellum, the woodblocks hand printed by …

  • # 30219

    LINDSAY, Jack

    Lysistrata By Aristophanes

    Done into English verse by Jack Lindsay with illustrations and decorations by Norman Lindsay. Sydney: Fanfrolico Press, 1925. Quarto, quarter white cloth over gilt-stamped boards (corners bumped), pp. [viii]; x; 48; [2], tipped-in plates by Norman Lindsay. Limited to 136 copies, signed by Jack Lindsay. A few minor marks, a very good copy. ‘The first title …

  • # 29641

    McCRAE, Hugh (1876-1958); LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)


    [Sydney] : N.L. Press, [1922]. Large quarto (418 x 355 mm), bound in white calf over white papered boards with Norman Lindsay decoration in gold and red (a few marks, corners bumped), 35 pp, with Lindsay decorations in black highlighted with gilt, lacking the five original Norman Lindsay etchings, titled tissue guards tipped-in, Limited to 133 …

  • # 30178

    LINDSAY, Jack

    Fauns and Ladies

    Sydney: Hand–press of J. Kirtley, 1923. Folio, quarter-lambskin over papered boards. A fine copy, lacking the three signed Norman Lindsay woodcuts which were issued in the book. Limited to 210 copies, but not all were made up – about half the copies lack the woodcuts as they were lost in a fire. A fine example of …

  • # 30221

    LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)

    Pen Drawings. Norman Lindsay

    Sydney : Arthur McQuitty & Co., 1924. Edition limited to 500 numbered copies (this is number 498), signed in full by Norman Lindsay. Folio, quarter vellum over papered boards, upper board with gilt device and gilt-lettered vellum inlay, bump to head of spine, light soiling, unpaginated, foreword by Francis Crossle, illustrated with numerous full-page illustrations of …

  • # 30222


    Norman Lindsay Watercolours 1897 – 1969

    Bungendore : Odana Editions, 2003. Quarto, pictorial boards in illustrated dustjacket (short tear to base of one fold, verso of jacket with foxing), 312 pp., extensively illustrated with colour plates, notes and commentary on Lindsay’s artworks and techniques. The standard edition, limited to 500 copies, a de luxe edition was also produced. Both editions sold …

  • # 30456

    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, 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.

  • # 30442


    The world of Norman Lindsay

    Melbourne : Macmillan, 1979. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (a tear to front panel), 150 pp. illustrated.

  • # 30534

    Sydney Ure Smith

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

    Edited by Sydney Ure Smith & Leon Gellert. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1921. Octavo, pictorial card wrappers (sunning on spine), unpaginated, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates, plus b/w plates, an excellent copy. Includes essay by Norman Lindsay titled ‘The Quick and the Dead’; essay by Hugh McCrae titled ‘The Dawamesk’. Illustrations by Thea Proctor, …

  • # 30526

    JAMES, Brian

    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, 209 pp, an excellent copy.

  • # 29005

    LINDSAY, Lionel (1874 - 1961)

    Greetings from Australia

    Circa 1910. A rare complete set of six Lionel Lindsay illustrated postcards bearing Christmas greetings from Australia, each signed in the image, featuring an array of Australian marsupials and locals in comical mishaps. Fine condition, slight corner wear, postally unused, no inscriptions. Very rare.

  • # 30307

    PRUNSTER, Ursula

    [NORMAN LINDSAY] The legendary Lindsays

    [Roseville, N.S.W.] : Beagle Press in conjunction with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1995. First edition. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (small crease lower wrapper), 120 pp, illustrated in colour and black and white, with short essays by Robert Holden and Helen Glad. A superb pictorial survey of the art and private world of the …

  • # 30228

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

    Norman Lindsay: 80 Years of Pencil Drawings.

    Bungendore: Odana Editions, 2008. Quarto, pictorial boards, 335 pages, profusely illustrated; an as new copy. 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 …

  • # 30211

    HOLDEN, Colin

    Lionel Lindsay : an Antipodean in Spain

    Melbourne, Vic. : Trustees of the National Gallery of Victoria, 2003. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 25, illustrated. Sticker residue mark lower wrapper.

  • # 30047

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

    Norman Lindsay. Impulse to Draw (signed copy)

    Sydney and London : Bay Books, 1984. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, 223 pp. , light foxing to preliminaries, illustrated throughout. A wonderful resource on the drawings of Norman Lindsay. First edition. Signed by Lin Bloomfield on the title page.