FREEMAN, George John
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 104 x 64 mm (mount); verso with the imprint of ‘Geo. J. Freeman, Photographist. 97, Hindley Street, Adelaide, S. A.’; both print and mount are in very good condition. A rare early example of a carte de visite studio portrait by George J. Freeman. From Gael Newton’s excellent …
GOODE, Bernard (1834-1897)
Stereoscopic albumen print photograph, each individual image 72 x 62 mm (octagonal format), original yellow card mount 85 x 173 mm, verso with small printed label ‘B. Goode, Photographer, 69, Rundle Street, Adelaide’, and a manuscript caption in ink ‘Rundle Street; both are strong prints, with a tiny amount of foxing to each one; the mounts …
HOOD, John 1839-1924, colourist (attributed); DURYEA, Townsend 1823-1888, photographer (attributed)
Albumen print photograph overpainted in oils, 123 x 116 mm, laid down on its original wood mount; in fine condition; unfortunately the original frame is now lost, the back of which, according to the previous owner, bore the printed label of the photographic studio of Townsend Duryea, 66 & 68 King William Street, Adelaide. The …
WYATT, Thomas J. J.
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 103 x 63 mm (mount); verso imprinted ‘Photographed by Thos. J. J. Wyatt, Warrnambool, Portland and Mt. Gambier’; both print and mount are in fine condition. A fine full-length portrait of a Western District gentleman squatter wearing a beautifully tailored wool suit.
MANNING, Charles H.
Albumen print photograph with hand colouring, cabinet card format, 165 x 109 mm (mount), verso with imprint of ‘C. H. Manning, Late T. Duryea, 66 & 68 King William Street, Adelaide. Prize Medal, Universal Exhibition 1867’, and inscription in blue ink in a nineteenth-century hand ‘Aretas William Charles Young, son of Sir Henry Fox Young’; …
Adelaide : Adelaide Art Gallery , 1994. Quarto, pictorial laminated boards, pp. 100, light foxing to endpapers, illustrated.
MARTIN, Montgomery (c. 1803 - 1868)
Australia : comprising New South Wales, Victoria or Port Philip, South Australia and Western Australia :
their history, topography, condition, resources, statistics, gold discoveries, mines of copper, lead, etc., etc. : general information for emigrants, merchants, manufacturers and shipowners with the latest official intelligence published under the authority of Her Majesty’s government. London : John Tallis and Company, . Quarto, blind embossed full calf, spine in compartments with gilt ornamentation and …
The geology of South Australia. With notes on the chief geological systems and occurrences in the other Australian States. (With a presentation inscription by geologist and Antarctic explorer Sir T. W. Edgeworth David)
Adelaide : Walter Howchin (printed by Gillingham & Co.), 1929. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Octavo (220 x 145 mm), publisher’s black-lettered blue cloth over boards, spine lettered in black (sunned, frayed at head and tail), a significant association copy, the front pastedown inscribed in fountain pen by the distinguished Welsh-Australian geologist and Antarctic explorer …
WEYGAND, F. J.
Amsterdam : La Haye [Netherlands] : F.J. Weygand, n.d. [c.1840]. Collapsible globe in 6 gores, engraved with hand colouring, laid down on thin card, each gore 170 x 70 mm (irregular); in fine condition with vivid original colour, Australia with Terre de Witt, Terre d’Eendracht, Cape Leeuwin, Terre de Nuyts, Golfe de Spencer, Terre de Van …
Melbourne : Rigby, 1979. First edition. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket (spine lightly sunned), pp. 71, illustrated. A very good copy. Signed and inscribed on the title page ‘Best wishes to Jack Birney, Geoff Bardon 16/5/80’. The first edition of the first book on the Papunya Tula art movement. Includes 24 illustrated works by Old …
PREMONT, Roslyn and LENNARD, Mark
Alice Springs : Centre for Aboriginal Artists, 1988. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 64, illustrated. Photography by Claude Coirault. Exhibition catalogue; desert art of central Australia; artists description of their paintings; contemporary art; dot painting; Don Tjungurrayi; Paddy Carroll Tjungurrayi; Big Dave Oldfield Tjupurrula; Colin Dixon Tjapanunga; Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa; Leslie Tjampitjinpa; Young Timothy Dempsey Tjungurrayi; …
Sydney : Craftsman House, 1994. Octavo, laminated pictorial boards (lightly marked), pp. 237, pale foxing to preliminaries.
HEYSEN, Hans (1877 - 1968)
For the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Hahndorf Gallery incorporated presents an exhibition of oil paintings, water colours and drawings by Sir Hans Heysen
in the Hahndorf Gallery 13th March to the 26th March, 1960. Small folio, lettered wrappers, pp. 4, catalogue.
GRAHAM, Anne and others
Adelaide : Sydenham Gallery, 1976. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. . Catalogue of three exhibitions: Poems of nature. Drawings by Donald H. Green Some forgotten … some remembered. Women artists of South Australia from the late 19th century to the mid 30s Australian outlines. Drawings and lithographs by Anne Graham
AYRES, Wilfred H.; [LOCK, Annie, 1876-1943]
Group of photographs taken at Poonindie on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, including portraits of missionaries Annie Lock and her husband James Johansen. Late 1938.
20 (twenty) Kodak prints in format 65 x 110 mm, taken by English evangelist Wilfred H. Ayres during a visit to South Australia at the end of 1938, showing missionaries Annie Lock and James Johansen with Aboriginal groups and white parishioners in and around Poonindie on the Eyre Peninsula, and including a key shot of …
WHITELEY, Brett et al.
Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 1972. Quarto, lettered wrappers (with Brett Whiteley on the cover), approx. 50 pp., illustrated. Includes works by Gauguin, Nolan, Boyd, Whiteley, Christo, Fairweather, Strachan, Preston and indigenous Australian art.