Queensland

  • # 21498

    JORGENSEN, Jan

    Changing places : Brisbane / Jan Jorgensen

    [Brisbane] : Jan Jorgensen and Martin Jorgensen, [2012]. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 96, colour illustrations throughout. Catalogue of works with short poem accompanying each painting. Inscribed ” with best wishes, Jan Jorgensen x”.

  • # 21648

    QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY

    The 5th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

    Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, 2006. Large quarto (305 x 240 mm), illustrated card wrappers (cover with detail of a work by John Pule), pp 301; illustrated in colour; a very good copy. Includes work by over 50 artists or groups including Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor, Beck Cole, John Pule, Pacific Textiles Project, Masami Teraoka, …

  • # 21770

    [FRIEND, Donald]

    Friend : paintings and drawings 1936-1989

    Brisbane : Philip Bacon Galleries, 2011. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, [pp. 8], colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue, with loose price list and other ephemera from the exhibition.

  • # 21502

    LOADER, Lisa

    Blighted Paradise : colonial visions of Northern Australia

    Rockhampton : Rockhampton Art Gallery, 2001. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 48, colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue, with list of works and text by Lisa Loader.

  • # 22126

    SMITH, Ian

    Ian Smith at the Museum of Contemporary Art / April 17 – May 27 1988

    Brisbane : Museum of Contemporary Art, 1988. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 79, colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue featuring an interview with the artist by Rod Collie.

  • # 22114

    BAKER, James

    Exhibition to mark the opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art – Brisbane 18th July 1987

    Brisbane : Museum of Contemporary Art, 1987. Quarto, white wrappers, pp. 83, illustrations throughout. Catalogue of the first exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • # 21779

    DOVE, William Woodman, Rev. (1832-1867)

    [HUNTER VALLEY; DARLING DOWNS] Letter from clergyman and colonial artist Rev. William Woodman Dove, to his sister in Gloucestershire. Sydney, 1857.

    Manuscript in ink, 1 page, small quarto, written by William W. Dove and addressed to his younger sister, Miss Selma Dove, of Falfield House, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, dated 22 January 1857 and written from Sydney while Dove was on Sabbatical from the Darling Downs; signed at the foot ‘My dear Selma, Your loving brother, William W. …

  • # 22092

    Museum of Contemporary Art

    Minimal art in Australia : a contemplative art

    Brisbane : Museum of Contemporary Art, [1987]. Quarto, white wrappers, pp. 45, some colour illustrations. Exhibition catalogue with short biographies on each artist.

  • # 22090

    SMITH, Ian

    Ian Smith : bridges

    Brisbane : Brisbane City Council, 1999. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, folding card with 8 page insert. Exhibition catalogue with list of 9 works and artists curriculum vitae.

  • # 22087

    DONE, Ken

    Ken Done : selected works from 1980 to 2005

    Brisbane : Philip Bacon Galleries, [2005]. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 20, illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue with loose price list and invitation to the exhibition.

  • # 22061

    O'BRIEN, Justin

    Justin O’Brien : a survey exhibition 1938-1995

    Brisbane : Philip Bacon Galleries, [2006]. Quarto, illustrated dust jacket, pp.48, colour illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue of 55 works, includes exhibition price list.

  • # 21294

    MAGRA, James Maria (attributed)

    A Journal of a Voyage round the World in His Majesty’s Ship Endeavour, in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, and 1771;

    Undertaken in Pursuit of Natural Knowledge, at the Desire of the Royal Society: containing All the various Occurrences of the Voyage, with Descriptions of several new discovered Countries in the Southern Hemisphere; and Accounts of their Soil and Productions; and of many Singularities in the Structure, Apparel, Customs, Manners, Policy, Manufactures, &c. of their Inhabitants. …

  • # 21649

    DAVITT, Michael

    [PRISONS] Life and progress in Australasia

    London : Methuen & Co., 1898. First edition. “Methuen’s Colonial Library”. Octavo, publisher’s blue cloth over boards (rubbed and lightly marked), spine lettered in gilt, later bookplate to first blank, gift inscription dated 1904 to half-title,  pp xx, 470 + 40 (publisher’s catalogue); 2 colour folding maps (a short edge tear to the first); foxing …

  • # 21633

    Artist unknown.

    [POSTER] Land rights before games.

    Picket Fri. 17 Sept. 12.30pm Chifley Sq. / Public meeting Film: ‘Dirt Cheap’ 7pm. Friday 17th. Surry Hills Neighborhood Centre cnr. Crown & Collins Sts. / March & Rally Sun. 26 Sept. meet 2pm cnr Botany Rd & Redfern St. march to Hyde Park for concert & speakers. [Sydney : s.n., 1982]. Poster, screenprint, printed …

  • # 21588

    Sunny Queensland and its capital.

    [Drop title]. Brisbane : Jackson &​ O’Sullivan [printer], [c.1941]. Oblong quarto, original pictorial wrappers (vertical crease, upper wrapper with light marks, lower wrapper with water damaged fore-edge and discoloration, [32] pp, all half tone photographic illustrations; most leaves with some water staining at fore-edge margin (heavier on the last few pages, with some resultant paper loss); …

  • # 21897

    TISSOT Victor; AMERO, Constant

    Aux Antipodes : terres et peuplades peu connues de l’Océanie.

    Paris : Librairie de Firmin-Didot et Cie., 1890. Octavo, contemporary gilt decorated boards, marbled endpapers, Lycee de Nimes prize, dated 1893 on front pastedown, all edges gilt, 223 pp, 59 illustrations. Text in French. A very good copy. Ethnology and natural history of the Pacific region covering Australia, New Zealand and island Polynesia, Melanesia and the Malay archipelago.