An etching printed on card (image size 237 x 184 mm; size of card 304 x 255 mm), signed and dated (in reverse) in the plate (1935), with the edition number (10/50), title and artist's signature in pencil in the lower margin. A couple of spots of foxing to the lower margin, otherwise in fine condition, unmounted as issued. From the 'Australia at Work' series.
An etching printed on card (image size 210 x 270 mm; size of card 280 x 328 mm), signed and dated (in reverse) in the plate (1935), with the edition number (25/50), title and artist's signature in pencil in the lower margin. A few spots of foxing to the margins, otherwise in fine condition, unmounted as issued.
A colour linocut on paper (image size 151 x 230 mm; paper size 165 x 243 mm), with the edition number (85/100), title and artist's signature in ink in the lower margin. The paper is moderately foxed, but this is really only noticeable in the narrow margins because of the black, olive green and brown colours of the print; in excellent condition, unmounted as issued. 'In the late 1930s Warner designed a series of linocuts which were cut by his daughter and printed by his son. These works were signed 'The Warners'' (from the introduction by Roger Butler, National Gallery of Australia, to the catalogue of works by Warner published by Josef Lebovic Gallery in 2009).
Small quarto; papered boards; an excellent copy with the slightly creased dustwrapper with a very short closed tear.
Signed, with a doodle, by the artist on the title page. Loosely inserted is a slightly later exhibition catalogue, and a contemporaneous handwritten letter to Greenhill Galleries from (and signed by) the artist.
Quarto, xxii, 634 pages with a 'four-colour frontispiece, 77 photographs, 115 schematic drawings, 217 text drawings, 23 stipple drawings of the Hou Ma moulds with matching Chinese photographs, 35 tables, 15 full-page catalogue plates, appendix, notes, list of Chinese terms, bibliography in Chinese and English, archaeological map of China'.
Cloth, top edge gilt; a fine copy with the slightly rubbed dustwrapper.
Quarter contrasting gilt-decorated cloth with a pictorial plate laid down on the front panel; top edge gilt; covers lightly rubbed; one corner very slightly bumped; an excellent copy with the slightly rubbed and creased dustwrapper a little... Read complete entry
Signed - with an affecting inscription - by the author's son, Simon.
Octavo; gilt-decorated cloth with a very small amount of paper adhering to the front cover; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper slightly rubbed and chipped with very slight loss, and the spine lightly sunned.
Folio, 10 pages with 7 small line illustrations plus 6 tinted lithographs.
Drop-title, sewn as issued; a little foxing (mainly marginal); an excellent copy.
New South Wales Parliamentary Paper Number 181 of 1873. The attractive plates (two full-page and four half-page) are well-executed views of operational mining scenes or interesting landscape features ('granite outcrops and alluvial workings', as Trove succinctly puts it); artists identified are Wilkinson himself and R.L. Murray.
Small quarto; cloth a little lightly sunned along the top edge; extremities slightly bumped; endpapers slightly offset; an excellent copy with the excellent dustwrapper slightly bumped, rubbed and sunned.
With the ownership signature of [Professor] Heinz Kent.
Quarto, 132 pages with 73 plates (some monochrome) and 246 catalogue illustrations.
Cloth a little bumped at the extremities; top edge slightly marked; a very good copy with the dustwrapper a little creased, rubbed and torn with slight loss (chiefly to the head of the spine and top corners).
Quarto; black synthetic cloth; bottom corners slightly bumped; an excellent copy with the slightly creased dustwrapper lightly sunned on the spine.
Loosely inserted is the 10 page booklet 'Dictionary of Victorian Painters Price Review 1972' (slightly creased) by the same author, then the director in charge of Victorian paintings at Christie's. With over 2000 entries and over 300 illustrations.
Octavo, xvi, 172 pages plus 87 plates (5 folding, 8 in colour).
Slate-grey stippled cloth very slightly rubbed at the extremities and lightly sunned on the spine; contemporary ownership details in pencil at the head of the title page (with the date 10/12/97 partially erased, lightly abrading the surface); an... Read complete entry
Large square quarto, 176 pages with numerous plates (many in colour).
Laminated colour pictorial papered boards; a fine copy with the slightly scuffed glassine dustwrapper printed on the front panel and the front flap.
The half-title is inscribed, dated (27 April 1990) and signed by the artist and also his wife, Venita [Salnajs]; Zusters has also added a large portrait sketch of the recipient. Three exhibition invitations (one for Zusters, two for Salnajs) and a poster ('Reinis Zusters - the Birth of a Nation') are loosely inserted: all of them are inscribed and signed by one or other (or both) of the artists.