Sydney, The Editors (Number 1), Angus and Robertson (Numbers 2-4 and 6-8), and Art in Australia (Numbers 5 and 9-11), 1916 to 1921. The complete first series, with the first three numbers limited to 1000, 1250 and 2000 copies respectively. The first nine numbers were edited by Sydney Ure Smith...
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New York, Michael Neugerbauer/ North South Books, (1991).
Melbourne, Edward A. Vidler, .
Melbourne, Victorian Artists Society.
North Adelaide, Bonython Art Gallery, 1970. Charles Blackman exhibition catalogue; March 8 until April 2 1970.
Muswell Hill, Schirmer Art Books, 1995. With an essay by Attila Csampai.
Adelaide, Tyrrell's Limited, (mid-1920s).
Perth, Heytesbury Holdings, 1990.
Details of 214 priced items. Not identified as such, but from the estate of Ivor Francis (an exhibitor).
Paris, Maeght Editeur, 1956. A superior catalogue produced for the exhibition to celebrate the tenth anniversary of this French art periodical. All original graphics are present: Chagall (a double-page colour lithograph); Miró (a double-page colour lithograph and a tinted etching); Bazaine (a tinted lithograph); and Giacometti (an etching).
Tokyo, PIE, 1995 [first edition].
London, Marlborough Fine Art Ltd, 1968. Catalogue Number 241. Loosely inserted is a slightly creased Marlborough compliments slip.
London, Chatto and Windus, 1908.
London and New York, Marlborough Fine Art Ltd, 1974, 1971 and 1969. Catalogue Numbers 340, 282, 260.
Kensington/ Adelaide, Kensington Gallery/ BMG Art, 2006. Exhibition catalogue with 9 full page colour illustrations. An illustrated invitation to the Past Works exhibition is loosely inserted.
Sydney, The Legend Press, 1963. Signed by the artist on the front dustwrapper fold-over; loosely inserted is an invitation to a contemporary one-man exhibition at the Artlovers Gallery, Artarmon.
Tokyo, Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA), 1994.
Adelaide, Rigby, 1977. A (slightly foxed) related print (by Albert Namatjira) is loosely inserted.
Singapore, Page One Publishing, . 445 works from artists all over the world.
Singapore, Page One Publishing, . 435 works from artists all over the world.
St Kilda South, Illustrators Association of Australia, 1996. 'This Illustrators Association Source Book is not quite in the realm of the crystal ball...'.
[London], British Medical Association, c.1954]. The Roll of Honour totals 8 pages. The monument (four figures of Sacrifice, Cure, Prevention and Aspiration surrounding a fountain), designed by James Woodford, is depicted across 9 pages of plates.
London, Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd, 1972. Catalogue Number 257. Includes eight pages of full colour illustrations.
London, Fischer Fine Art Limited, 1977.
Adelaide, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Tandanya, 2000.