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The Parliament o f the Commonwealth of Australia


Annual Report


Presented pursuant to Statute and ordered to be printed 6 May 1982

Parliamentary Paper No. 120/1982

Australian National Gallery Annual Report 1980/81

Australian National Gallery


Australian National Gallery Annual Report 1980/81

Australian National Gallery Canberra 1982

Australian National Gallery Canberra 1982 ISSN 0 314-9919 Printed by Bloxham and Chambers, Sydney Edited by Laura Murray Designed by Alistair Hay Photographs by Stan Goik, Matt Kelso and David Loram Typesetting by Smith and Miles, Sydney


Australian National Gallery, Canberra A.C.T. 2600.

Dear Mr. Wilson, The Australian National Gallery has pleasure in presenting its Annual Report for 1980/81. The Report outlines the Gallery’s activities during 1980/81 and

incorporates financial statements covering the period 1 July 1980 to 30 June 1981. Yours sincerely,

Richard C. Crebbin, Chairman, Australian National Gallery Council

The Hon. Ian Wilson, M.P. Minister for Home Affairs and Environment, Parliament House, CANBERRA A.C.T. 2600




Australian National Gallery Council and Committees 9 Australian National Gallery Staff 10

Introduction 13

Director 13

Gifts 14

Donors 17

Australian Art 21

Paintings and Sculptures 21

Drawings 22

Prints 24

Posters 26

Avant-garde Media 26

Decorative Arts 26

Australian Art Activities 28

International Art 31

Paintings and Sculptures from 1850 31

Drawings from 1800 34

Prints and Illustrated Books from 1800 35

Artists’ Books and Avant-garde Media 36

Art Current 37

Photography 38

Fashion and Textiles 39

Theatre Arts 40

Australian Aboriginal, African, Oceanic, 41

Pre-Columbian American and North American Indian Art and Indonesian Textiles Arts of Asia and Southeast Asia 42

Conservation 43

Excavations at Tabazat Fahl (Pella) Jordan 44

Education 46

Exhibitions 47

Registration 49

Inward loans 51

Outward loans 51

Lending collection 56

Secretary and Manager’s Report 57

The Building 57

Security 58

Development Office 58

Staffing 58

Library 58

Business and Finance 59

Publications 59

Sales Shop 60

Finance 61

Acquisitions List — Australian Art 62

Paintings 62

Sculptures 64


Drawings 65

Prints 73

Posters 80

Illustrated Books 82

Artists' Books and Ephemera 82

Film, Video, Audio 88

Photography 89

Decorative Arts 95

Theatre Arts 99

Acqusitions List— International Art 100

European Paintings and Sculptures before 1850 100 European and American Paintings and Sculptures 100 1850-1950 Contemporary Paintings and Sculptures 101

Drawings from 1800 103

Prints and Multiples from 1800 108

Posters 128

Illustrated Books from 1800 130

Artists’ Books and-Ephemera 134

Film, Video, Audio 150

Photography 151

Decorative Arts 177

Fashion and Textiles 178

Theatre Arts 180

Australian Aboriginal Art 181

African Art 182

Oceanic Art 183

Pre-Columbian American Art 184

North American Indian Art 184

Indonesian Textiles 185

Arts of Asia and Southeast Asia 188

Financial Report 189


Australian National Gallery Council Mr Richard C. Crebbin, Chairman Mr Murray Bail Miss Pamela Bell Mr John D. Davies

Mr James O. Fairfax Mr James T. Gleeson, A.M. Professor Patrick McCaughey (Resigned April 1981) Dr D.F. McMichael, C.B.E.

Mr James Mollison, Director Mr Frederick R. Williams, O.B.E. Mr David Wynn

Publications Committee Mr James T. Gleeson, A.M., Chairman Mr Murray Bail Professor Patrick McCaughey (Resigned April 1981)

Mr Richard C. Crebbin (ex officio) Mr James Mollison (ex officio) Mr Brendon Kelson (ex officio)

Committee for Selection of Indonesian Textiles Mr James Mollison, Chairman Professor Anthony Forge

Dr James Fox Mrs Robyn Maxwell Mr John Maxwell Mrs Ruth McNicoll (ex officio)

Administration and Finance Committee Mr John D. Davies, Chairman Mr James 0. Fairfax Mr Richard C. Crebbin (ex officio) Dr D.F. McMichael, C.B.E.

Mr James Mollison (ex officio) Mr Brendon Kelson (ex officio)

Building Committee Mr David Wynn, Chairman Miss Pamela Bell Mr Frederick R. Williams, O.B.E. Mr Richard C. Crebbin (ex officio)

Mr James Mollison (ex officio) Mr Brendon Kelson (ex'officio)

Opening Events Committee Mr James 0. Fairfax, Chairman Mr Murray Bail Mr Richard C. Crebbin (ex officio) Mr James Mollison (ex officio) Mr Brendon Kelson (ex officio)


Staff of the Australian National Gallery as at 30 June 1981

Director James Mollison Bruce Dallas, Administrative Assistant Nicholas Bonham, Curatorial Assistant Patricia Hotham, Executive Secretary

Secretary and Manager Brendon Kelson Eileen Patterson, Executive Secretary

Council Secretariat Valda Leehy, M.B.E. Norma Yates

Development Office Nadine Burch, Manager— Development Brian Honner, National Associates Programme and Resource Development Hester Gascoigne, Promotions Officer Lynne Weatherstone, Corporate Records


Australian Art Daniel Thomas, Senior Curator John McPhee, Curator, Decorative Arts John Jones, Assistant Curator, Paintings & Sculptures Roger Butler, Assistant Curator, Prints Martin Terry, Assistant Curator, Drawings Grazia Gunn, Assistant Curator, Boyd Collection Tim Bonyhady, Curatorial Assistant Andrew Paterson, Administrative Assistant

Marie Johns, Secretary Russell Browne Tim Fisher Digby Hyles Jeanne Klovdahl

International Art Before 1950 Michael Lloyd, Research Assistant and Assistant Curator, International Drawings

International Prints and Illustrated Books Anthony Palmer, Assistant Curator Mark Bayly Andrew Bryan Catherine Clynes Renee Price Kay Vernon Jane White Anne Willsford

International Art from 1950 Michael Wardell, Curatorial Assistant Michael Desmond, Curatorial Assistant

Fashion and Textiles Robyn Healy

Theatre Arts Diana Woollard

Photography Ian North, Curator Isobel Crombie

Australian Aboriginal, Oceanic, African, Pre­ Columbian American and North American Indian Art and Indonesian Textiles Ruth McNicoll, Assistant Curator Wally Caruana

Special Advisors Dr Piriya Krairiksh, Arts of Asia and Southeast Asia Douglas Newton, African, Oceanic and Pre­ Columbian Art

Education Terence Measham, Senior Curator Helen Tyzack, Curatorial Assistant Pam Alexander, Secretary

Exhibitions Ole Olsen, Curator Mark Dodson Joe Markac


Registration Warwick Reeder, Registrar David Andre, Assistant Registrar

Erica Persak, Assistant Registrar Rhyl Dennis, Lending Officer Kathryn Brimblecombe Teresita Cashmere Maxine Esau Michel Fernandez

Elizabeth Gillespie Emelita Kaczerepa Francois LeGall Anthony Leitch Karin McNamara Dorothy Rollins

Mary Scott Nat Williams

Conservation Use King, Senior Conservator Josephine Carter, Conservator Seumas Andrewartha, Conservator

Carol Cains Mark Durr Guy Joyce Sheridan Palmer Georges Petit, Mountcutter

David Swifte, Mountcutter

Administration Robert Deane, Assistant Director/ Administration

Library Margaret Shaw, Librarian John Thomson, Deputy Librarian Kathie Harnetty, Head cataloguer

Gillian Currie Leanne Thompson Geraldine Wonnacott Yvonne Wigman Penny Flan ley Kham Vongthongthip Robyn Leake

Personnel Ken Hussetl, Administrative Officer Trevor Landsberger Penny Stone

Dhedrie Fiske Lindy Martin

Office Services Neill Garland, Purchasing Officer Helen Ulrich, Transport and Travel Officer Bob Lockhart Jim Hartley

Di Knox

Correspondence Registry Kerry Nyeman, O/C Domenica Campagna Jean Casey

Kay Richards Mary Ryan Mark Quy Andrew McLeod

Typing Joy Pensko Kerry Cheetham Pauline Feaver

Dianne Hoitink Regina Newham Margaret Stack Robyn Worsnop

Photographic Services Stan Goik, Chief Photographer Matt Kelso, Photographer David Loram, Photographer Jessie Birch

Gordon Petherbridge

Business and Finance Greg Andrews, Manager

Sales and Merchandising Gary Pressey, Sales Shop Manager



Publications Alan Dodge, Co-ordinator Alistair Hay, Designer Laura Murray, Assistant Editor Teresa Brzostowski

Francis Walsh

Finance Angela Watts, Finance and Budgets Officer Margaret Parkes Marilyn McAuliffe Gail Houghton Julie McGann

Building Services Antony George, Building Manager Graham Moon, Assistant Building Manager Len Russell, Senior Carpenter Paul Leven, Carpenter Edward Schuhmann, Carpenter Morrie Harding, Chief Electrician Lyn Tregilgas



The Gallery is progressing steadily towards opening in accord­ ance with its four-year programme set in 1979. Increases in Government funding and staff ceilings this year have enabled the Gallery to keep in line with the programme.

Government funding for Gallery operations in 1980/81 was $11,065,000 compared with $7,500,000 provided in 1979/80. Gallery staff at 1 July 1980 was eighty. This rose during the year to the new ceiling of 115 set for 1980/81. The increase not

only enabled the Gallery to appoint several important curatorial staff, it allowed the formation of two departments — Education and Exhibitions. Acquisition programmes were again keyed to the Gallery's

proposed opening exhibitions with many important works enter­ ing the collections. Many valuable gifts were also received. Two exhibitions were mounted under the Gallery’s ANG at ANU programme. They were Photography: the last ten years and

Landscape — Art: two way reaction. Construction of the building is continuing on schedule and final handover is expected by the end of September 1981. Occu­ pation will begin during the following month with staff and

works of art being moved in progressively.


The appointment of additional curators has enabled the Direc­ tor to devote more time to administrative duties and overseeing the completion of the Gallery building. However, the Director continues to supervise curatorial choice of works for the Collec­ tion and to visit overseas dealers to inspect possible interna­

tional acquisitions. To this end the Director visited Europe and the United States during November-December 1980. Once again he was accompanied in Europe by Dr Ursula Hoff as advisor. In May — June 1981 he also visited the United States. This year the Director made fewer interstate trips because of

the demands of the coming move to the new building. Those made were mostly to attend architect's meetings, to inspect important exhibitions and to visit private collectors and artists. He also spoke at the opening of an exhibition of Morris Cohen

pastels at the Benalla Art Gallery. In addition to his administrative role as Director of the Australian


National Gallery and his responsibilities as a member of its Council, Mr Mollison attended meetings of the various Austra­ lian Gallery Directors’ Council committees in Adelaide, Mel­ bourne and Sydney. He is a member of the Executive Commit­ tee, and in May was appointed Vice-Chairman of the A.G.D.C. Board of Directors and to the Exhibitions Advisory Committee. The Director is also a member of the Council of the Canberra School of Art. The Director’s particular knowledge of the work of Melbourne artists enabled him to interview Albert Tucker and to co-author with Nicholas Bonham a book on this artist’s work. He was also asked to select works for the exhibition, Fred Williams Painter/ Etcher, held at Melville Hall and put on by the Australian National University’s Fine Arts Department in co-operation with the Australian National Gallery.


The great majority of the gifts received were Australian. Some valuable gifts were made under the recently confirmed Austra­ lian Government scheme for Taxation Incentives for the Arts. Other equally generous and welcome gifts, sometimes but by no means always of minor reference, or archival material, or avant-garde material and artists' ephemera, were made without seeking tax benefits. Such donors were often the artists them­ selves, or their families and friends — which includes their dealers and art museum colleagues. The most important gift from a business corporation was Russell Drysdale’s painting Ceremony at the rockface, part of the Viscount Collection formed by Godfrey Phillips International. Although technically received in 1980 from the Arts Council of Australia’s A.C.T. Division, it was in fact part of an intended distribution of one contemporary painting to each State gallery, made in 1968, before the Australian National Gallery existed. Fellow institutions made welcome gifts: the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, gave seventy-one World War II posters; the National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand gave an audiotape of new directions in New Zealand music. From private collectors there were several gifts of the greatest importance. Diana Cameron generously relinquished a “Jimmy Possum” chair, probably the finest example of that Tasmanian folk artist's work. Gwendolen Swanton gave one of the most beautiful of Rupert Bunny’s French landscape paintings and


her sister, Lucy Swanton, an equally beautiful abstract land­ scape painting by Ian Fairweather, excellent gouaches by Fairweather and John Passmore, and a highly energized ab­ stract painting by Richard barter. The Swanton gifts reveal a clearly defined and genuinely individual taste. Mrs Robert

Dulieu gave eight major drawings by the Melbourne artist, Joy Hester, with a promise of more next year. Handsome as those already mentioned might be, the most

splendid gift of all came from an artist. Albert Tucker, once married to Joy Hester, colleague as well of Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan and Danila Vassilieff in the exuberantly creative enter­ prise of 1940s Melbourne Expressionist painting, gave five major works from his great series Images of Modern Evil· The

remaining twenty-three paintings in this series will follow in future years, together with other early works. Other artists who gave their own early work were Angus McBean, Norah Godlee and Elinor J. Robey. The families of

Russell Drysdale, David Strachan and John Bainbridge gave interesting sketches and studies. The Cazneaux family gave photographs by Harold Cazneaux. David Moore gave three of his own photographs. The largest gift was of seventy-one drawings by William Strutt from his granddaughter, Margaret

Strutt Davies. Sidney Nolan’s earliest known painting was given by John and Sunday Reed, with a group of his Ned Kelly drawings and a Nolan sketchbook was given by Joseph Brown. Keith Wingrove

gave a study by Norman Lindsay for a major composition. The actress, Miss Coral Browne, gave a drawing by Loudon Sainthill for one of her stage costumes. James Mollison, the Gallery's Director, gave drawings, prints

and posters by his artist friends from Melbourne in the 1950s and 1960s, among them interesting etching proofs by Fred Williams, lithographs by Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd and John Brack, drawings by Gareth Sansom and drawings and

monotypes by Paul Partos. He also gave an excellent Post­ Impressionist colour study by William Frater. Daniel Thomas, the Gallery’s Curator of Australian Art, gave small Post-Impres­ sionist paintings by Roland Wakelin and Grace Cossington

Smith and a landscape by the naive painter Muriel Luders. Other gifts of drawings and artists’ ephemera were made by Gallery curators Ruth McNicoll, John McPhee, Terence Meas- ham, Ian North, Margaret Taylor, Tony Twigg and Diana Wool-

lard, and by Gallery Councillor, Pamela Bell. Works in avant-garde media came from various donors. Brian


McHugh gave postcards organized by Robert Jacks. Students of the Canberra School of Art gave postcards. Ray Hughes gave two conceptual sculptures by Tony Coleing. Noel Sheri­ dan gave many artists’ books, both Australian and foreign. A large number of gifts provided new insights into the history of Australian decorative arts. Mewetts’ Antiques, Mr and Mrs Peter Bessant and Mr and Mrs Donald Graham each gave interesting early 20th century needlework. Janet Cosh gave leatherwork of similar date by Mira Mullens; Richard J. and Kathleen Montgo­ mery gave later textiles of c1945 by Rachel Grieve; Elinor J. Robey work of c1950 by Lucy Newell; Jess Gazzard gave a

1930 scarf by Joyce Batty, and an anonymous donor a 1947 scarf by Alice Danciger. Linocuts by Ella O’Connell, wife of the fabric designer Michael O’Connell, were given by Frances Derham and by Mary Turner Shaw. Frances Derham also gave a rug by Eva Butchart. Alisoun Grevis-James gave a ceramic vase by Klytie Pate. The Joseph Brown Fund, in which some money remained from

last year, was drawn upon to buy an important piece of Australian jewellery of the Victorian period, a mourning bangle by the Adelaide silversmith Henry Steiner. Valuable international works were also received as gifts. A most welcome addition to the collection of Asian art was provided through the gift of a bronze sculpture from southeast Borneo by

Lance and Roberta Entwistle. Professor and Mrs H.W. Arndt presented the Gallery with a fine German ivory diptych, depicting scenes from the Passion. This is an excellent example of nineteenth century medievalism, a style already represented by a number of mid-nineteenth century illustrated books in the Gallery’s illustrated books collection. This collection gained a notable addition through Mr Frederick Mulder's gift Die Nibelungen by Franz Heim, published in Vienna in 1924 and illustrated with eight colour lithographs by Carl Czeskchka. Illustrated books of the Vienna Secession are rare and this late example, the most successful of a series of children’s books, is a particularly representative one. The Lachaise Foundation, Boston, gave an important gift of three drawings by Gaston Lachaise, doubling the Gallery’s representation of this artist’s drawings and providing valuable support material for the large sculpture by Lachaise, Floating figure, acquired in 1978. The Gallery’s representation of contemporary French art was


strengthened by Mr Baudoin Lebon’s generous gift of an assemblage by Yves Renier, while Mr Georges Mora presented the Gallery with a rare photograph of Picasso standing with the French photographer, Brassai, taken by Brassai’s wife. The distinguished French printer, Fernand Mourlot, donated a fine Picasso lithograph, Jeune Femme of 1953. This print, a gift

from Monsieur Mourlot’s personal collection of exhibition proofs, is an excellent example of the many outstanding litho­ graphs which Picasso produced in collaboration with the work­ shop of Fernand Mourlot. All donors are most gratefully acknowledged for their gifts which are listed below.


Anonymous donor Textile by an Australian artist

Anonymous donor Textile by Alice Danciger

Prof. H.W. Arndt 19th century German ivory diptych

Arts Council of Australia, ACT Division Painting by Russell Drysdale

Artworks 5 West Coast American magazines

Australian War Memorial 71 World War II recruiting posters: 28 Australian, 43 British and one French, designed by various artists

Nan Bainbridge, widow of the artist 2 theatre costume designs, a poster and - production photograph by John Bainbridge

Pamela Bell Drawing by Davida Allen

Toni and Peter Bessant Textile by an Australian artist

Irene Brown A collection of 548 items of black and white photography

Joseph Brown Sketchbook by Sidney Nolan

Joseph Brown Fund Jewellery by Flenry Steiner

Miss Coral Browne Theatre costume design by Loudon Sainthill

Diana Cameron Tasmanian ‘Jimmy Possum’ chair

Cazneaux Family 3 photographs by Flarold Cazneaux

Champion Press Artists' newspaper

Janet Cosh 2 pieces of leatherwork by Australian artists 2 pieces of leatherwork by Mira Mullens A 40-year run of The Studio magazine

Crown Point Press Artist’s book by Kathan Brown Aquatint by Brice Marden


Betty Cuningham Screenprint by Ray Parker

Margaret Strutt Davies, in remembrance of her brother, C.W. Strutt 71 drawings by William Strutt

Douglas Davis Poster by Douglas Davis

Frances Derham Textile by Eva Butchart Linocut by Ella O’Connell

Lady Drysdale and Joseph Brown Drawing by Russell Drysdale

Mrs Robert Dulieu 8 drawings by Joy Hester

Lance and Roberta Entwistle Sculpture from southeast Borneo

Final year students, Visual Communications Workshop, Canberra School of Art 1980 40 postcards by 12 artists

Dale Frank Audiotape by Dale Frank

Jess Gazzard Textile by Joyce Batty

Norah Godlee Painted ceramic by Norah Godlee

Mr and Mrs Donald Graham Textile by an Australian artist

Alisoun Grevis-James Ceramic by Klytie Pate

Alan Guttman Artist's magazine edited by Donald Lev 5 artists’ books by various United States artists

Ray Hughes 2 sculptures by Tony Coleing

Bruce Jenkins 4 greeting cards by Bruce Jenkins

Lachaise Foundation 3 drawings by Gaston Lachaise

Baudoin Lebon Assemblage by Yves Renier

Leeds Postcards 10 postcards by various British artists

Ginny Lloyd Xerox book by various United States artists

Raul Marroquin 4 pamphlets and a magazine by Raul Marroquin

Angus McBean 2 photographs by Angus McBean

Brian McHugh Portfolio of postcards by various artists organised by Robert Jacks

Ruth McNicoll Ceramic by Shelley Potteries Ltd

John McPhee Performance leaflet by Paul

Terry Measham Artist’s book by Hamish Fulton

Jean Michel Meurice Poster by Jean Michel Meurice

Mewetts’ Antiques, Adelaide Textile by an Australian artist

James Mollison Set of 8 greeting cards by Gilbert & George

2 textiles designed by David Hockney

Artist's book by Richard Long

Lithograph by Odilon Redon

Lithographs by Len Annois, Charles Blackman (5), Arthur Boyd, John Brack, Jack Courier, Roger Kemp (2), Robert Klippel and Mary MacQueen.



Painting by William Frater

Pastels by Anne Hall (2) and Mirka Mora

Artist's book by Tim Johnson

4 drawings and 9 monotypes by Paul Partos

2 screenprints and one linocut by Henry Salkauskas

4 drawings by Gareth Sansom

Poster and 2 face masks by Martin Sharp

Screenprint by Geoff Todd

Postcard by Peter Tyndall

10 etchings by Fred Williams and one each by Robert Jacks and Jennifer Marshall

Richard J and Kathleen Montgomery Textile by Rachel Grieve

David Moore 2 photographs by David Moore

Georges Mora Photograph by Brassai and Brassai Gilberte

Fernand Mourlot Lithograph by Pablo Picasso

Frederick Mulder Illustrated book by Carl Czeskchka

National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand Music and sound installation documentation by various New Zealand


Douglas Newton Artists’ newspaper by Steve Lawrence and 7 other artists 19 United States comics

Ian North Artist’s book by Douglas Holleley Postcard by unknown artist

Petersburgh Press and Ms Tamie Swett Poster by David Hockney

John and Sunday Reed Painting and 4 drawings by Sidney Nolan

Elinor J. Robey Textile by Lucy Newell 30 drawings for woodwork, leatherwork and embroidery and 2 textiles by Elinor J.


Veronica Rowan, the artist’s sister Mosaic panel and 3 Christmas cards by David Strachan

Mary Turner Shaw 2 postcards by Ella O’Connell

Noel Sheridan Artists’ books by Giuseppe Addamo, Marina Abramovic and Ulay, Paul Brown, Filipe Ehrenberg, Tot Endre, Ken

Friedman, Felix Hess (2), Kishio Suga, Bruce Barber and Billy Apple, Mostyn Bramley-Moore (3), Mike Brown, Tim Burns, Leigh Hobba, Leigh Hobba and

Ian de Gruchy, Tim Johnson (2), Michael Pursche, Terry Reid, Ken Searle (6), Noel Sheridan, Dorothy Thompson (2) and Imants Tillers

Postcards by Frank Art, Ferruccio Dragoni, John Marmaras, Edgardo- Antonio Vigo, Lawrence Weiner and Robert Whyte

Leaflet discussing work by Chris Burden and 3 other artists

Artist’s book and envelope of loose leaves by Robin Crazier

Envelopes of works by Robin Crazier and 7 other artists; Michael Callaghan and 32 other artists


Artist’s book and postcard set by J and J

Xerox statement by Hans-Werner Kalkman

2 leaflets by Henri Niotou

Pamphlet by Romano Pell and Michaela Versari

Artists’ books edited by D’Albrecht, Ben Cobbing and Terry Smith

Xerox statements by Donald Brook, Peter Kennedy, Mike Parr, Mike Parr and Aleks Danko

Artist’s book by Tim Burns and 58 other artists

Artist’s book with audiotape by Leigh Hobba, Ian de Gruchy and John Stokes

Artist’s book by Peter Kennedy and others

Artist’s book and Xerox leaflet by Richard Tipping

Poster by Garry Willis and Simon Hopkinson

18 issues of a magazine by Paul Worstead

Gwendolen Swanton Painting by Rupert Bunny

Lucy Swanton A painting and a gouache by Ian Fairweather Painting by Richard barter Gouache by John Passmore

Sydney Committee Ltd Poster by Martin Sharp

Margaret Taylor Artist’s book by Andrew Drummond

Daniel Thomas Postcards and greeting cards by Giorgio

Colombo and Anna Paci, Michael Desmond, Leigh Hobba, Graham Howe and Stelarc (2)

Paintings by Muriel Luders, Grace Cossington Smith and Roland Wakelin

Gerard Titus-Carmel 6 engravings, 3 illustrated books, 10 posters, catalogues and reviews by Gerard Titus-Carmel

Albert Tucker 5 paintings by Albert Tucker

Tony Twigg Postcards by Biff Products (6), Mushroom (3), Mike Wells, and an unknown artist

Postcard by Christo

Xerox and stamp book by Robin Crazier and others

Book by Jack Kerouac

Xerox pieces by Tim Burns and Robert Cooney (2)

Books by Ian Hartley, Ian Howard, Ingo Kleinert, Michael Nicholson, and Martin Sharp

First day cover from Hutt River Province

Xerox book from Postcard Preservation Society

Edgardo-Antonio Vigo Book of stamp works by Robin Crazier, Klaus Groh, Pawel Petasz and 18 other artists

4 artists’ stamp works and 7 pieces of mail art by Edgardo-Antonio Vigo

Portfolio of stamp works by Edgardo- Antonio Vigo. Bill Gaglione and other artists

Keith Wingrove Drawing by Norman Lindsay


Diana Woollard Photograph of Nijinsky as Petrouchka

Australian Art

Paintings and Sculptures The most interesting nineteenth century painting bought for the Australian collection was by a British artist, Abraham Solomon, who never visited Australia. Second class: the parting, 1854 is

nevertheless a poignant image of early Australian experience; crowded sailing ships await passengers whose farewells take place in a railway carriage papered with advertisements aimed at emigrants to the Victorian goldfields. John Glover’s extremely beautiful view of Rome, in which he

emulates the landscape style of Claude Lorrain, was painted shortly before Australia’s most significant early colonial artist emigrated in 1830 from England to Tasmania. An 1845 still life by the Tasmanian convict artist W.B. Gould, of fish (and a blow­

fly) on a blue and white plate is another welcome note of variety in early colonial painting. Early sculpture has gained a plaster portrait medallion of Robert Browning, 1856, by Thomas Woolner. A would-be gold digger, Woolner returned to London after two years in Australia in time for cousins of the poet to bring the portrait with them when they

emigrated to Melbourne. A small wax relief by Douglas Richardson, of a symbolist figure personifying Wind, is the first work of sculpture to come to light

from the famous 9 by 5 Impression Exhibition held in Melbourne in 1889. It will be a most interesting companion for the small paintings by Charles Conder, Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton and Frederick McCubbin already in the collection. Works by expatriate artists of the Edwardian period include a fine bronze statuette of Queen Victoria by Bertram Mackennal

and, given by Gwendolen Swanton, a luminous Impressionist landscape painting by Rupert Bunny of bluebells beneath olive trees in France. Post-Impressionist Modernism in Sydney and Melbourne is well

represented with vivid colour experiments by Roland Wakelin and Grace Cossington Smith, both of 1919, and by William Frater, of c1928. Equally fine painting was done by the conserv­

ative Max Meldrum, whose now splendid representation gained two late works, a boldly aesthetic still life of iris in a mirror,


c 1950, and a moody, shadowed interior with figures at a piano, of 1944. The Gallery also acquired a neo-Classical relief by the best Australian sculptor of the 1920s, Rayner Hoff. The Gallery’s already unrivalled holdings of 1940s paintings by Sidney Nolan and Arthur Boyd were joined by a similarly comprehensive group of paintings by Albert Tucker, the third major artist in the extraordinary creative outbreak of Expres­ sionism in Melbourne at that time. From the artist himself came a first instalment from twenty-eight Images of Modern Evil, the remainder being promised for future years. A highly personal series, night images of wartime Melbourne, has remained virtually intact. In addition, it was agreed that other key early paintings by Albert Tucker be acquired, among them a number of intensely moving portraits, together with two characteristic mature paintings from the 1960s of symbolic explorers. A major late work by Russell Drysdale, an aboriginal subject of

1963, filled a serious gap in the collection. It came as a gift through the Arts Council of Australia's A.C.T. Division, from the Viscount Collection formed by Godfrey Phillips International. Post-war abstract painting was further represented with sensi­ tive landscape-influenced compositions by Ian Fairweather and

Hector Gilliland, both painted around 1960. Post-war abstract painting was further represented with two sensitive landscape-influenced compositions painted around 1960, one by Ian Fairweather, given by Lucy Swanton, and the other by Hector Gilliland.

Further paintings by John Brack were acquired, a large 1969 ballroom dance subject and a 1978 still life, a precarious heap of crutches. Key innovations of the recent past are shown in a collaborative painting by Mike Brown and Ross Crothall from the Annandale Imitation Realist exhibition of 1962; in one of Richard barter’s first abstract paintings of 1967, given by Lucy Swanton, and in one of Peter Booth’s grand hard-edge paintings of 1970. Contemporary paintings included new works by Dick Watkins, Gunter Christmann, Lesley Dumbrell, Paul Partos, Peter Tyn­ dall, Robert MacPherson and John Wolseley. Paintings and sculptures were supervised by Daniel Thomas, the Senior Curator of Australian Art and by John Jones, Assist­ ant Curator, Australian Paintings and Sculptures. Drawings Large numbers of sketches and working drawings were again


acquired for what is becoming an outstanding resource for the serious study of Australian art. These were complemented by purchases of finished watercolours, pastels and drawings of the kind intended by artists for display. The earliest of the latter works is an elaborate figure composi­ tion in pencil by Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, perhaps depict­

ing a subject from Byronic literature. Purchases from the same period include a pair of 1834 watercolour portraits by Richard Read junior, of a Sydney merchant and his wife, and a crayon portrait of a Tasmanian lady, c1845, by Thomas Bock. Sketches by John Glover entering the collection include an

album of 115 drawings of English landscape and animals; a group of seven drawings of Tivoli from the artist’s visit to Italy in 1818, and three emotional studies of lonely Atlantic seacoasts and waves, made during Glover’s voyage to Australia. Two

unusually fresh watercolour sketches by John Skinner Prout and one by Oswald Brierly express the common 1840s marine terrors of shipwreck, storm and ice. John Gully’s large 1869 watercolour showing Mount Egmont with Maori figures is a welcome addition to the collection,

indicating the connection between Australian and New Zealand art. Two works by Louis Buvelot, a landscape watercolour and a drawing, represent the 1870s. Among the 152 sketches and studies by William Strutt acquired, are several for the Gallery's

painting The Three Centurions, c1880. Early 20th century works purchased include two drawings by Hilda Rix Nicholas, one of Moroccan figures and the other an elegant Italian portrait drawing, French war subjects by Iso Rae and a dusky watercolour Night gems, 1920, by John Russell. Sketches of the period include two vivid fauve watercolours of

1916 by Horace Brodzky, and one composition study and one landscape sketch in oil on paper by Rupert Bunny. Acquisitions of drawings for the applied arts were made for the first time this year. Mostly from the 1910s, these comprise designs for leatherwork by Elinor J. Robey, for embroidery by Frances Derham and Alice Newell, for jewellery by Jessie Simpson and an album by J.W.R. Linton containing 102 metal­ work designs. The related commercial and advertising field is

represented by the designs of Charles Loneragen, which date from about 1930. Christian Waller’s Hymn to the sun, c1930, a finished watercol­ our study for a mural in a crematorium chapel was added to a

number of other studies for murals already held by the Gallery.


Among finished works of the 1920s to be purchased are the Gallery’s first major landscape watercolours by the Western Australian artist J.W.R. Linton, and a pencil portrait by Thea Proctor of the artist Ailsa Lee Brown (later Ailsa Allen), Twenty-nine drawings from 1928 to 1969 by Frank Hinder were acquired, as well as a major pastel of 1977 by the same artist; nine outstanding studies from 1938 to 1945 by Russell Drys- dale, including the highly characteristic Toni’s Garden of Roses: one, of 1938, by Peter Purves Smith; a 1924 sketchbook and eight later drawings by William Dobell, and a sketchbook and

four transfer drawings by Sidney Nolan. Characteristic works by Joy Hester and Danila Vassilieff have been acquired this year, strengthening the Gallery’s represen­ tation of Melbourne’s Expressionist artists. Included are thirty- five of Joy Hester’s large brush drawings, among them eight of her finest works, a gift from Mrs Robert Dulieu, and sixty gouaches by Danila Vassilieff dating from 1945 to 1952, ac­ quired from the artist’s widow. Sydney abstraction of the 1950s is represented by two out­ standing pastels by Ralph Balson; a gouache by John Pass­ more, given by Lucy Swanton, and ten pen and ink drawings by William Rose. Ten pencil studies by Tony Tuckson charac­ terize post-war French influence before the swing to abstrac­ tion. A very recent pastel, The Vortex, 1979, became the Gallery’s latest work by the veteran painter Lloyd Rees. Similarly a new drawing was added to John Brack’s representation. Acquisitions of recent drawings by younger artists include eight works by Peter Booth, two by Mike Brown, seventeen by Dale Hickey, six by Robert MacPherson, twelve by Paul Partos, three by Guy Stuart and one work in seven parts by Imants Tillers. Single works by Bonita Ely, Arthur McIntyre and Mandy Martin were added to the contemporary collection. Martin Terry, Assistant Curator, Australian Drawings, also acted as Curator for the acquisition of prints and posters described below. Prints

The only early 19th century acquisition made during the year was a Baxter print after William Westall’s Cape Wilberforce, of which a watercolour version is already in the collection. Eight lithographs and a rare etching by Charles Conder, dating from around the turn of the century, were purchased. These were joined by lithographs by Norman Lindsay and Lionel


Napier Waller 1893-1972 The Flight. c 1 925 colour li nocut 1 3.9 x 15.5cm

Lindsay, and by two outstanding monotypes by Rupert Bunny, one of bathers and one of a mythological figure. Two expatriate artists, Horace Brodzky in New York and Theo

Scharf in Germany, produced interesting etchings in the early 1920s and eight by each of them were acquired. The Gallery now owns the complete series of Scharf's twenty Night in a city etchings. Other etchings of the period to enter the collection were works

by Hans Heysen, Henri van Raalte, John Goodchild and of a more adventurous nature, those by Anne Montgomery and Jessie Traill. Thea Proctor’s The shell is probably a unique impression of that

lithograph. It, together with Margaret Preston’s woodcut The fountain and Napier Waller's linocut, The Flight, were added to extensive existing holdings of these artists. Other woodcut and linocut artists of the 1920s and the 1930s to be represented were Raymond McGrath, A.B. Webb, Frank Medworth, Rex

Wood, Adelaide Perry, Frances Derham, Ella O’Connell and Hall Thorpe. Ethleen Palmer, from a slightly later period, was also well represented.


A group of fifteen lithographs surveying Frank Hinder's work from the 1940s to the 1970s and lithographs of the 1950s and 1960s by artists including Charles Blackman, John Brack and Robert Klippel were also acquired. Ten etchings by Fred Williams and nine monotypes of the early 1960s by Paul Partos

show interesting aspects of the early work of these artists. Among acquisitions of additional new works by contemporary artists were etchings by Bea Maddock and Jorg Schmeisser, screenprints by Martin Sharp and Bruce Latimer and a suite of eight linocuts by Robin Wallace-Crabbe.

Posters Several outstanding acquisitions were made, the earliest being lithographic posters by Norman and Lionel Lindsay of 1900, and a number of World War I posters by Norman Lindsay and Ruby Lind. Also purchased were thirteen travel posters of the

1930s which include designs by Gert Sellheim and seventy-one posters from World War II, a gift of the Australian War Memorial. Martin Sharp’s theatre and festival posters of the 1970s and

1980s have brought the collection up to date. Avant-garde Media The majority of the acquisitions in this area are artists’ books and artists’ ephemera such as postcards, Xerox pieces and performance scores. An important group of works came from the exhibition Artists' Books after its tour of Australia was completed; others came as a gift from Noel Sheridan when he left the Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide. These works were negotiated chiefly by Tony Twigg, formerly on the Gal­

lery's staff. The Senior Curator and Michael Desmond, Curato­ rial Assistant, International Art, supervised the acquisitions. Video works purchased ranged from video as art by Michael Glasheen to video as documentation of performance art by Bob Ramsay, Dale Frank and Mike Parr or documentation of ephemeral outdoor sculpture installations by Marr Grounds. Display photographs were also acquired to represent perform­ ance art and body sculpture by Mike Parr and Stelarc, together with early outdoor sculpture installations of 1973 by John Davis. Decorative Arts The least developed area of the collection has gained many important acquisitions in the first full year of activity by John McPhee, Curator of Australian Decorative Arts. The earliest acquisitions were a simple scrimshaw work-basket of the 1820s, probably Tasmanian, and a strongly sculptural Tasmanian sofa of about 1840. Acquisitions of folk art furniture,


also Tasmanian, included a chest of drawers, c1890, decorated with spatter work of ferns and perhaps the best existing “Jimmy Possum” chair, cf 930, a gift from Diana Cameron. Sophisti­ cated furniture is represented by a fireplace surround, originally

made about 1900 for the Western District homestead Glenor- miston, by Robert Prenzel, Australia’s best art nouveau crafts­ man.

The nineteenth century silver and jewellery collection has gained a mounted emu egg, c1870, by J.M. Wendt, and as a purchase from the Joseph Brown Fund, a mourning bangle, c1880, by Henry Steiner, both of Adelaide. A four-fold screen of about 1895 whose panels are embroi­

dered with Australian native flora is the earliest of many extremely important textile acquisitions. Embroidery and printed cottons by Frances Derham show the art nouveau style of c1910, and a batik by Mary P. Harris the art deco of c1925.

Later textiles have been acquired in some depth. The most significant are by Michael O’Connell, whose modernist printed fabrics made in Melbourne in the 1930s were of world quality; they were used to furnish many artists’ and architects’ houses

at the time. Rugs by Christina Asquith Baker and Eva Butchart also date from 1930s. Frances Burke’s printed fabrics range from 1937 to 1968, Alice and Lucy Newell’s represent the 1950s, and contemporary fabrics are represented by Rita Hall

and Peter Stripes. Although this collection is in its infancy, no other comparable collection of Australian textiles exists.

Ceramics, already well sampled throughout 200 years, never­ theless gained some important additions. Jessie Simpson’s magpie vase, 1917, is an outstanding piece of early china painting. Works by Castle Harris, Doreen Goodchild, Loudon

Sainthill, Una Deerborn and Klytie Pate provide excellent ex­ amples of decorative carved and modelled ceramics of the 1930s and 1940s. The post-war influence of Far Eastern pottery is demonstrated

in further works by H.R. Hughan and Peter Rushforth, and in the eccentric blue and white pots decorated in the early 1970s by the painter Brett Whiteley.

Contemporary Australian crafts are extremely well covered by last year’s gift from the Crafts Board of the Australia Council. Nevertheless the Gallery continues to supplement that collec­ tion. For example, recent ceramic acquisitions include work by

Stephen Benwell, David Potter, Lorraine Jenyns and Mark



Thompson. Glass by Nick Mount, leatherwork by Mark Arbuz and silver by Eric Car have also been added to the existing collections. On the other hand, tee-shirts by Bruce Goold and Bruce Lamrock and dresses by Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson

are the first acquisitions in a newly identified area of collecting to be categorized not as fashion or costume, but as “Art Clothes” . The Curator of Australian Decorative Arts has also begun a collection of archival material documenting Australian interior design.

Australian Art Activities

The appointment in April of Roger Butler as Assistant Curator, Australian Prints, completed the Department's basic curatorial staffing. This includes curators of Australian Paintings and Sculptures, Australian Drawings, Australian Decorative Arts and a curator of the large Arthur Boyd gift collection. Australian photography is supervised by the Department of Photography. Australian artists’ books, films, video and other experimental

media are assisted by Michael Desmond in the Department of International Art. Australian Theatre Arts are supervised by Diana Woollard, also in the Department of International Art. Support staff was increased by two urgently needed temporary art cataloguers for Australian paintings and sculptures. Sculp­ ture holdings, catalogued by Russell Browne, are now reason­ ably well identified. Mr Browne has also refined the terminology for describing sculpture techniques. Tim Fisher’s assistance has greatly increased the number of catalogued Australian paintings, although cataloguing in this area remains incomplete

since many paintings intended for exhibition are still on loan to overseas posts and official establishments. Besides routine work on acquisitions and cataloguing, the

Department was chiefly concerned to identify and prepare works for the Gallery’s opening displays. The content of labels for works on display was carefully considered, and will offer valuable innovations for the visiting public. Daniel Thomas, Senior Curator, Australian Art, acted as curator for the exhibition The Joseph Brown Collection at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, and wrote its catalogue. His book Outlines of Australian Art: the Joseph Brown Collection was reissued in an expanded edition. He contributed a chapter on Hardy Wilson’s watercolours to the National Trust’s exhibi-


tion book William Hardy Wilson: a 20th Century Colonial, 1881­ 1955, and catalogue notes on Australian works for the Austra­ lian National Gallery exhibition Landscape — Art: two way reaction. He delivered a paper “Some recent perceptions of Australian nature in the visual arts” at a conference on Australia and the European Imagination organized by the Humanities

Research Centre at the Australian National University and for the same University’s Fine Arts course contributed a lecture on Australian modernism.

Mr Thomas provided the keynote address for an ABC radio symposium on Australian art and visited the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane to give a lecture on Eugene von Guerard. He

also acted as a series consultant for the four films on Australian paintings in the Gallery collection which were added, as co­ productions with the Australian National Gallery, to Film Aus­

tralia’s Australian Eye series of ten-minute educational films. The four films were Margaret Preston: Flying over the Shoal- haven River 1941, Albert Tucker: Victory Girls 1943, Arthur Boyd: Mining town 1946, Sidney Nolan: Stringybark Creek 1946

and The Expressionist Eye: Recollections of Melbourne in the 1940s. Mr Thomas gave opening speeches for the exhibition Art Nouveau in Australia at the S.H. Ervin Gallery in Sydney, for the annual acqusitions exhibition (at which he recommended the acquisitions) at the Geelong Art Gallery, and for the public

launching in Canberra of the Gallery’s Australian Eye films. At Government House, Canberra, he introduced the works of art for a visiting group of members of the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales.

Mr Thomas was a member of three committees of the Australian Gallery Directors’ Council: the Exhibitions Advisory Committee, the Australian Art of the 1970s Exhibition Committee and the Computer Catalogue Implementation Committee. He continued

as a council member of the Art Museums Association of Australia and of the Council of Australian Museum Associations. He attended the annual conference in Melbourne of the Art Association of Australia.

John McPhee, Curator, Australian Decorative Arts, undertook a twelve-week study tour in the United States, France and Eng­ land, assisted by a Visual Arts Board grant. His book The Art of John Glover was published, as were two articles, “The Austral-

iana Fund" and “Jimmy Possum Chairs” , in The Australian Antique Collector. For the Art Gallery of New South Wales he


wrote a brochure on a painting by John Glover, Ullswater from Patterdale. In Melbourne, for the Annual Conference of the Art Association of Australia, he delivered a paper on ceramics in Australian art history, and for the Crafts Council of Australia acted on the jury of its Mayfair Ceramic Award. He continued as Honorary Treasurer of the Art Museums Association of Australia. John Jones, Assistant Curator, Australian Paintings and Sculp­ tures, contributed a discussion of problems in colonial portrai­ ture to a seminar organized in Canberra by the Institute for Conservation of Cultural Materials. In Benalla he opened the Australian National Gallery’s exhibition Aspects of Australian Art 1900-1940.

Martin Terry, Assistant Curator, Australian Drawings, contrib­ uted a chapter on Hardy Wilson’s drawings to the National Trust’s exhibition book mentioned above, an entry on A.H. Fullwood for the Australian Dictionary of Biography, and notes on works on paper for a Shoalhaven Paper Mills publication of Gallery material.

Roger Butler, Assistant Curator, Australian Prints, took up his appointment at the moment of publication of his book Thea Proctor: the prints. He is curator of the exhibition Melbourne woodcuts and linocuts of the 1920s and 1930s which the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery is organizing for the Australian Gallery Directors’ Council later in 1981. He is joint editor of Imprint, the journal of the Print Council of Australia.

Grazia Gunn, Assistant Curator, Arthur Boyd Collections, was specialist consultant for the Film Australia film on Arthur Boyd’s painting Mining town. Assigned additional duties in the area of contemporary art, she was curator of the exhibition Landscape — Art: two way reaction, organized by the Gallery for showing

at Melville Hall, Australian National University, and wrote its catalogue introduction. Tim Bonyhady, Curatorial Assistant, Australian Art, was spe­ cialist consultant for a film in The Australian Eye series, Benja­ min Duterrau: The conciliation. 1840, and is currently working on volume one of a catalogue raisonne of the Gallery’s Austra­

lian paintings.


International Art

Paintings and Sculptures from 1850 During the year a number of important international works entered the collection. The Gallery acquired an impressive late Waterlilies painting by

Claude Monet. The scale of this painting, the broad handling of paint and the composition indicate that it was made at the same time as the series of large panels of waterlilies now in the Orangerie in Paris. This series occupied Monet for over a

decade before his death in 1926. With Monet’s Haystacks at noon 1891, acquired by the Gallery in 1979, Waterlilies dem­ onstrates this artist’s remarkable transition from Impressionism to near abstraction and, at the same time will help introduce

more recent abstract works for those visitors to the Gallery who are seeing these for the first time. During the year the Gallery also acquired its first painting by Henri Matisse, Europa and the bull 1929. This work marks a

turning point in Matisse’s art, a reawakening of interest in imagined compositions after the comparative realism of the paintings produced in his apartment at Nice during the 1920s. The simplicity and scale of Europa and the bull anticipates the grand decorative effects of his mature work. The Gallery continued to build upon its representation of early

Modernism through sculpture. Notable additions included the original plaster of the large Horse c1910 by Elie Nadelman and the surviving plaster of Firebird 1912 by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. The Hoptonwood stone carving Woman possessed 1932 by

Jacob Epstein, also acquired this year, has close affinities with the primitive wood carving known as the Lake Sentani double figure which has been in the collection for some years. The Lake Sentani double figure once belonged to Jacob Epstein

and thus with the acquisition of Woman possessed, the allery is able to document with precision a particular case of the influence of primitive art on early modern sculpture. From the early days of Modernism the Gallery also acquired a

proto-Fauve painting by Andre Derain, Self-portrait in the studio 1904. The expressive handling of paint in this picture and the assertive pose which Derain adopts, makes this work an appropriate introduction to the representation of Fauvism. The majority of international works acquired belong to the

period 1950 to the present. This emphasis is in keeping with


the Acquisition Policy of the Gallery as stated in the Annual Report of 1976/77 which looks toward a coherent overview of developments in international art during this period.

Foremost among the acquisitions in this category is the mural- size painting Trapezists by Fernand Leger. This painting was commissioned by Douglas Cooper (an authority on Picasso and author of one of the first serious monographs on Leger) for the stairwell of the Chateau de Castille. The painting was finished and installed in the stairwell in 1954, the year before

Leger died, and remained in place until Cooper sold the Chateau in 1976. Trapezists deals on a monumental scale with Leger’s persistent theme, people at play. Avoiding anecdotal detail, Leger uses bold primary colours, a lucid composition and a free flowing space ungoverned by traditional perspec­ tive, to evoke a distinct and jubilant sense of freedom analo­

gous to the condition of the men on the trapezes. The Gallery’s representation of modern French painting was further enhanced this year through the acquisition of paintings by Hans Hartung, T-1954-20 1954 and Pierre Soulages, 23 July

79. A simple Still life of 1956 by Giorgio Morandi provides the collection with a further work in the representation of contem­ porary painting in Italy. Several important additions were also made to the holdings of American art of this period. The Gallery acquired two paintings by Mark Rothko, Multiform 1948 and Brown, black on maroon

1957. These paintings were chosen to represent this artist’s development from a light suffused version of Surrealism to the simpler shapes and sonorous colour chords of his mature style. These paintings will occupy an important place in the Gallery's

representation of the New York School, of which Rothko was a leading member. A large painting by Jules Olitski Prince Patutsky's Command 1966, which reflects the influence of Rothko, was also acquired. Philip Guston is another artist who comes into the collection this year with two paintings, Bad habits 1970 and Pit 1976. The powerful images which Guston introduced into his late paint­ ings (he died in 1980) and wrought in paint reveals his previous association with Abstract Expressionism. The representation of Rothko and Guston by more than one painting is indicative of the Gallery’s policy of bringing important artists before the public at crucial stages in their development. An early Pop Art painting by Jim Dine, An Animal 1962, was acquired to complement works already in the collection by Lichtenstein, Warhol and Oldenburg, giving the Gallery a sound


Fernand Leger France 1881-1955 Trapezists. 1954 oil on canvas 390.6x371.6 cm


base for the representation of this movement. Paintings by Josef Albers: Homage to the square: on an early sky 1964, and a second Agnes Martin, Untitled 1980 document the ongoing tradition of non-objective painting. The representation of the most recent developments in Euro­

pean art was given a central point through the acquisition of Stripes from the House of the Shaman 1964-72, a major work by the influential German artist Joseph Beuys. This installation, a kind of temple that brings together symbols of enduring

importance to this artist, occupied two rooms of the London gallery where it was exhibited for the first time in 1980. The same environment will be created in the new Gallery building for the display of this work.

Drawings from 1800 Important drawings acquired during the year established a firm base for the Gallery’s collection of international drawings.

Finished presentation drawings from the nineteenth century included The rent collection by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, one of a series of drawings comprising the Divertimento per le regazzi (An entertainment for children), completed by Domen­ ico shortly before he died in 1804. A fine pencil portrait by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres was also acquired. The por­ trait is of the artist’s close friend Jean-Pierre Granger and was made in Rome in 1810. Twenty-four drawings by Henri Matisse entered the collection. An effort has been made to reassemble some of the related series of drawings, Themes and variations, produced by Ma­ tisse in the 1940s. Earlier charcoal drawings by Matisse were also acquired. Two cubist studies in pen and ink by Pablo Picasso, both from 1912, approach complete abstraction, viv­ idly conveying the sense of experiment in Cubism. Paper collages by Hannah Hoch, Max Ernst and Joseph Cornell were also acquired, laying the foundation for a representation of some of the leading artists associated with Dada and Surrealism. A drawing by Elie Nadelman and six drawings by Gaston Lachaise relate to the sculptures by these artists in the collec­ tion, while those by Lee Krasner and Hans Hofmann document early moves in the direction of their mature paintings, examples of which are owned by the Gallery. Franz Kline is now repre­ sented in the collection by two drawings and works by Dan Flavin, Carl Andre, Robert Morris, Sol Lewitt and Robert Smith­ son will support the Gallery’s representation of Minimalism,


Conceptual Art and Land Art. Drawings by the British artists Richard Hamilton, Nigel Hall and Leon Kossoff were also acquired. Prints and Illustrated Books from 1800 Seventy-one lithographs and nine etchings by James McNeill Whistler were purchased this year to augment the Cunningham collection of more than 160 Whistler etchings and lithographs

purchased in 1977/78. The etchings include Bibi Lalouette 1859, an austere, formally posed portrait of a child in profile, drawn with a precision and delicacy which suggests the style of Ingres and Annie Haden

1860, a full-length portrait of the artist’s niece, the most ambi­ tious of Whistler’s early etchings. Whistler told his friend Edward Kennedy that he would rest his reputation as an etcher on this print.

Whistler's lithographs are less known than his etchings. Many were printed in small editions and a number of those acquired this year were never published in editions. Whistler experi­ mented with lithography in 1878 and 1879 and fine works from

this period such as Victoria Club 1879 were purchased. His principal period of activity as a lithographer was between 1887 and c.1902/03 when he drew more than 100 subjects, the majority directly from nature, on to the improved lithographic transfer papers then available. The majority of the lithographs in the Gallery’s collection were

formerly in the possession of Rosalind Birnie Phillip, Whistler’s sister-in-law and executrix, and came to us as duplicates from her bequest to Glasgow University. Notable European Symbolist and Art Nouveau prints and litho­ graphic posters also entered the collection. In retrospect,

French works are seen to predominate. These include a group of nine lithographic posters which date from 1890 to 1900 by Jules Cheret, the celebrated pioneer of the large colour poster,

and The Four Arts 1898 by Alphonse Mucha, a set of four twelve-colour lithographs with gold and silver printed on satin. Additions to the archive of prints and illustrated books of French publisher Ambroise Vollard (1867-1939) included Beatrice

1897, one of two rare colour lithographs by the Symbolist painter and print-maker Odilon Redon. Illustrated books acquired this year extended the collection of French ‘livres d'artiste’ and brought into the collection the first German Expressionist and Italian Futurist publications. Sonnets et Eaux- Fortes 1869, a pioneering work in the history


of the modern French illustrated book, was acquired. It contains forty-two etchings by contemporary painters such as Corot, Millet and Daubigny. Edouard Manet contributed an aquatint Fleur Exotlque, which derives from plate 15 of Goya's Capri- chos.

Illustrated books of the German Expressionist movement pur­ chased this year included Klange (Sounds) 1913, a selection of poems by Wassily Kandinsky illustrated by him with fifty-six woodcuts, and the two finest books illustrated by Ernst Ludwig

Kirchner, Jacob Bosshart’s Near the Heerstrasse 1923 and George Heym's Umbra Vitae 1924. The Gallery has continued to purchase the prints and illustrated books of the Russian avant-garde. One of the year's outstand­ ing purchases was the portfolio of ten colour lithographs Victory over the Sun by the Constructivist El (Lazar) Lissitzky. The ten

lithographs in this set are designs for the puppet players in Lissitzky's unrealised ‘electro-mechanical peepshow’ Victory over the Sun, which was to have been a theatrical performance based on A. Kruchenykh’s 1913 futurist opera of the same name. The Gallery continued to add to the archives of prints and editioned multiple objects of contemporary publishers. Those represented in this programme include Gemini G.E.L., Tyler Graphics, Parasol Press, Brooke Alexander, Baudoin Lebon and Galerie Heiner Friedrich. A further instalment of important lithographs and lithographic posters printed by Fernand Mour- lot was acquired. A substantial number of the publications of Multiples Inc., New York based publishers of European and American artists, was acquired. These date from 1970 to 1980. One of the most significant of the early works published by Multiples was Robert Rauschenberg’s Star Quarters 1971, a four panel polyptych of mirrorized plexiglass on the subject of the heavens during the four seasons. It is screenprinted with a panorama of traditional astrological signs together with new images from the machine age such as the motorbike and space capsule. In the late 1960s and early 1970s Rauschen­ berg became increasingly involved in works which employed the materials of modern technology and were concerned with social and political issues. Artists' Books and Avant-garde Media The collection of Artists’ Books and avant-garde media docu­ ments the rise of a unique art form and provides a broad

background to the contemporary art collection.


The Artists’ Books collection has been augmented this year with the purchase of a large number of book works by contem­ porary artists including Mario Merz, Richard Long and Joseph Beuys who are already represented in the collection by major works.

Documentation in book form is often the only record left by artists of ephemeral events, such as performances and instal­ lations. In this form the installations of Daniel Buren and Christo, the performance activities of Ulay and Marina Abramovic and Wolf Vostell, and the conceptual art works of Lawrence Weiner,

Joseph Kosuth and lain Baxter, are now recorded in the collection. This archive has benefited greatly from the gift of Noel Sheri­ dan, former Director of the Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide, which includes many important works by Australian

and international artists.

Art Current Purchases under the Art Current programme this year reflect the diversity of media used by contemporary artists in both Europe and America.

From Holland Comet Horizon 1973 by Jan Dibbets and Seven cubist mouth pieces 1979 by Ger van Elk indicate new uses of photography, the latter in conjunction with clay sculptural forms. Important sculptures by the Italian artists Mario Merz

and Salvo were also acquired. French artists were well represented in this year’s acquisitions, including works by Ann and Patrick Poirier and Yves Raynier.

The sculpture Milk Stone 1980 by the German artist Wolfgang Laib and the drawing Reading with shoes 1980 by the British artist Michael Craig-Martin were among other European works recently acquired. A number of works by American artists also entered the collection. These included the fabric collage Reconstruction

#74 1979 by Lucas Samaras and the informal metal sculpture Amarillo 1978/79 by David Stolz. The continued concern for abstract lyricism is documented in paintings by Harvey Quayt- man, David Budd and Ray Parker. Drawings by Michael Singer, Alice Aycock, Niki Log is and prints by Dominico Paladino were

also acquired. Some of the works above form part of a group of smaller works by emerging artists which is being assembled to provide a convenient exhibition to tour art schools, giving students an

indication of international developments in art as they occur.



Acquisitions The international photography collections were most notably augmented by groups of between thirty to sixty works by the following: the French photographer Eugene Atget; his country­ man Brassai (mostly 'Secret Paris’ images); the Americans Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein and Ben Shahn when they were working for the Farm Security Administration in the 1930s, and

by the post-war American photographers Robert Frank, Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander. Other photographers whose work was acquired include Edward Weston, (50th Anniversary Port­ folio), Albert Renger-Patzsch, Giselle Freund, Lisette Model, and the Hollywood studio photographer George Hurrell. The work of many more recently established photographers such as John Divola, Richard Misrach and Nicholas Nixon was also acquired, along with works by artists who use photogra­ phy, including Les Levine, Jan Dibbets and Giovanni Anselmo. The Dibbets and Anselmo were purchased under the Art Current programme, partial responsibility for which is under­ taken by the Photography Department. The Australian collections were given a stronger historical backbone than hitherto with the acquisition of large groups of work by the pioneer Pictorialist John Kauffmann (eighty-five works); and Harold Cazneaux (fifty-one works), whose photog­

raphy extends from Pictorialism to Modernism. Examples of work by Fred Kruger, Alfred Winter and other 19th century photographers were also acquired, along with those of a number of contemporary Australian photographers. The gift by Miss Irene Brown of Hay, New South Wales, of her own negatives and prints was a welcome addition to the Gallery’s developing Australian Art Archive. Activities Seeking and processing acquisitions dominated the year's activities, with the emphasis being to acquire sizeable groups of work by major photographers. Cataloguing proceeded well with a substantial amount of backlog material as well as over 800 recent acquisitions proc­ essed during the year. In addition to routine duties the Curator, Ian North, attended three interstate photographic conferences and seminars; gave lectures to the Canberra School of Art and the Canberra


George H urrell United States (born 1904) Jean Harlow. 1936 carbon print 18.8 x 21.6 cm

College of Advanced Education; acted as A.C.T. Co-ordinator for the Art Association of Australia; was consultant to Film Australia for a film on Margaret Preston and was interviewed for an ABC FM special on Margaret Preston; judged the Alice Art

Prize; and contributed reviews of books by Germaine Greer, John Berger and Joanna Mendelssohn to the Bulletin, Art and Text and Art and Australia respectively. The Technical Assistant, Isobel Crombie, attended a photo­

graphic conference in Sydney and interviewed Miss Irene Brown, in Hay, New South Wales.

Fashion and Textiles

The fashion collection began in 1976 with the purchase of a collection of some 130 dresses and numerous accessory garments by such designers as Bakst, Cheruit, Sonia Delaunay, Mme Havel, Lanvin, Molyneaux, Patou, Poiret, Vionnet and Worth. Also purchased was a library of seventy-six bound sets

of French and English fashion magazines covering the period 1770-1970, and a collection of rare periodicals incorporating 1,600 Pochoir fashion plates.



This year the Gallery began collecting from the following couturiers: Worth, Poiret, Vionnet, Chanel, Fortuny, Dior, Schia­ parelli and Balenciaga. The Gallery was able to acquire a day dress by Worth and a teagown and jacket by Fortuny. Robyn Mealy, the Co-ordinator of Fashion, visited the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York to study their twentieth century fashion collections, in particular the work of designers whom we wish to represent in our collection. She also looked at conservation methods and storage of garments and accessories.

Theatre Arts

Developments in the Department of International Theatre Arts have been impressive although not extensive. The most significant of this year’s acquisitions are costume and

set designs by Leon Bakst, Alexandre Benois, Andre Derain and Natalia Gontcharova, who all worked with Serge Di- aghilev’s Ballets Russes. A major purchase in the area of costume was that of Vaslav

Nijinsky’s costume for the character “Petrouchka” from the ballet of the same name, first produced by the Diaghilev Ballet in 1911. Nijinsky was perhaps the most renowned and remark­ able dancer of the Diaghilev ballet and "Petrouchka" rates as one of his most famous roles. The backdrop for this ballet is already held in the collection.

In association with the Department of Photography several works depicting leading theatre personalities were purchased. Continuing the Gallery’s policy to acquire a collection docu­ menting the history of European theatrical design, a represent­ ative group of seventy-nine drawings by Charles Ricketts was purchased illustrating his work for the theatre in England in the early twentieth century. Like drawings, prints have been collected both as study and display material. Seventeenth and eighteenth century etchings

— one by Stefano della Bella, two by Jean Le Pautre and six by Charles-Antolne Coypel — have strengthened the collection. An article on the Theatre Arts collection illustrated with photo­ graphs of some of the most outstanding examples of costumes and designs from the Diaghilev era was prepared by Diana Woollard in conjunction with Josephine Carter, the Conservator of Textiles, for publication in the Australian Antique Collector.


The Australian holdings have benefited greatly from the acqui­ sition of Kenneth Rowell’s archive of theatre designs and related material for drama, opera and ballet. This collection provides both study resource and display material of his work from 1947-1980.

In addition, drawings, posters and production photographs from the John Bainbridge collection and designs by Greg Irvine and Loudon Sainthill were added to the collection.

Australian Aboriginal, African, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian American and North American Indian Art and Indonesian Textiles

Acquisition of Indonesian textiles has proceeded steadily and a considerable number of rare and extremely fine examples from various areas of the Archipelago have been selected by our Advisory Committee, bringing the Indonesian textile collec­ tion to 140 pieces. Examples of Peruvian textiles have been

added to the Pre-Columbian collection, forming a significant group to accompany our magnificent Paracas mantle. A bril­ liantly-feathered poncho of abstract design in red, blue and yellow brings an exciting new element into this area.

Other notable additions in the Pre-Columbian field include a Zapotec ceramic vessel or incense burner possessing dynamic plastic qualities. A combination of animal and avian features — fierce gaping beak and hollow round eyes — conspire to

create in this relatively small piece a vivid presence. A crouch­ ing terracotta female figure of pre-Classic Tlatilco (800-300BC), imparts an aura of resignation and even exhaustion, while a Shaman figure from Colima, of a slightly later time, sits bolt upright and tense. A shark with three protruding human heads

bears witness to the prevailing symbolism of Shamanistic beliefs and rituals in pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica. Two bronzes were added to the African collection — a fine Nigerian Udo-style head and an impressive Belt mask in the

form of a ram’s head. A delicately conceived Chimpanzee mask of the Dan tribe clearly proclaims the debt owed by Cubism to the Africans. Holdings of Aboriginal Art were augmented with several typical and excellent bark paintings by artists living and working in


their tribal areas in Arnhem Land. Also acquired was a set of objects connected with the Morning Star Ceremony, decorated with finely-twisted bush string and clusters of the delicate plumage of tropical birds.

The Gallery's move to the new building has involved Ruth McNicoll and Wally Caruana in detailed planning of exhibition space and display cases for the department’s collection, and in co-ordinating the packing and removal of works of art. They have also assisted with selection and photography of signifi­ cant pieces for the opening day postcard programme.

In September 1980 Ruth McNicoll attended a conference of museum anthropologists in Shepparton, Victoria, and delivered a paper on the Acquisition Policy of the Australian National Gallery in respect to ethnological material.

Arts of Asia and Southeast Asia The Buddhist aspect of the Gallery's objects from Asia has been considerably strengthened this year with major purchases from Japan and Thailand. Most significant is the acquisition of the standing Amitabha (Amida) Buddha, attributed to the Japanese sculptor Keikei who, together with his brother Unkei, founded the Kei School of Sculpture during the Kamakura period (1185-1333 A.D.). The Amida, who personifies boundless light and compassion, is shown in the characteristic pose of welcome to reborn souls entering the Pure Land or Western Paradise. His gentle expres­ sion and lyrical realism is characteristic of the style of this period. From Thailand come two pieces, the most important of which is a bronze statue of the Buddha seated on a lotus base. Dating from the Lan Na period, 15th century A.D., the Buddha is

represented with right hand pointing to the base, in the gesture of asking the earth to witness his overcoming the forces of evil. The second piece, a fine stucco head of an image of Buddha

in the late Mon style (900 A.D.), complements two terracotta heads in the earlier Mon style already held by the Gallery. Also acquired were two sculptures from India and Indonesia. The former, a terracotta panel showing a head and bust of an

apsara Gupta (320-600 A.D.), exhibits the powerful and vigor­ ous modelling typical of Indian sculpture of the Gupta period, the “Golden Age” of Indian art. The latter, a gift of Lance and Roberta Entwistle is a small bronze sculpture from southeast

Borneo, a Monkey man.



Japan, Kaikei (attributed to) Standing Amitabha (Amida) Buddha. A.D. 1185-1220 wood, lacquer, gold leaf h.91.5 cm


The major task facing the Conservation Department this year has been the preparation of works to be on exhibition at the opening of the Gallery. This involved development of new methods and techniques and employment of further staff to

assist in conservation and related fields. Some sixty-nine works, including paintings, textiles and works on paper, were treated by conservation staff this year. Sheridan Palmer and Guy Joyce joined as general assistants, and Mark Durr was trained in stretcher making to designs


developed in the department. Because many Australian artists have been careless about the quality of the stretchers they use, most of the Australian painting collection will have to be restretched for opening day. Two students from the Materials Conservation Course at the Canberra College of Advanced Education were accepted for vacation training in textile conservation and one of the students is subsequently fulfilling her six months internship. The conservators have also been involved in the design of storage and display systems and detailed planning of the conservation facilities at the Gallery, in co-operation with Mr George and the architects. Josephine Carter attended the International Conference on the Conservation and Restoration of Textiles, in Como, Italy, where she delivered a paper, “An Alternative Method for Restoring and Mounting of Ancient Peruvian Textiles” , based on work carried out on the Gallery’s collection of Peruvian textitles. She subsequently visited textile collections and conservation facili­ ties in England. Use King spent January at the Meisterschule fur Konservierung, in Vienna, and visited other paintings con­ servation facilities in Austria, Sweden and Germany. Seumas Andrewartha returned to the Gallery after a six-month internship in paper conservation at the Pacific Region Conser­ vation Centre in Hawaii. The staff of the Department continue to monitor storage condi­ tions at the Repository, as well as maintain the collections and prepare individual works for loan to other institutions.

Excavations at Tabazat Fahl _____ (Pella) Jordan_____

During 1980/81 the Australian National Gallery continued its support of the Sydney-Wooster excavations at Pella in northern Jordan. The third season of work at Pella began on 16 December 1980 and ended on 21 Feburary 1981. The excavation was under the direction of Dr A.W. McNicoll. Professor J.B. Hennessy, Co­ Director of the expedition visited the site from 27 January 1981 to 16 February 1981. The investigations of the second season on the main tell were continued and expanded with the opening of new trenches on the top of the tell. This new area produced the most spectacular


Mosaic paving found in the South Dependency of the Civic Complex, as restored in 1980

Carved object of brown chert with chalky white slip, from Area 111, Middle — Late Bronze Age strata.

find of the season with the discovery of the skeleton of a young man killed during the earthquake which finally destroyed Pella during the eighth century A.D. The skeleton provides the first human remains of the Early Islamic period recovered from the site. The evidence of coinage and other objects associated with the skeleton has assisted considerably in establishing the

major earthquake of 746/7 A.D. was responsible for the de­ struction of Pella. This earthquake is known from Byzantine sources. Work on the deep cut on the south side of the tell advanced steadily during the season, reaching strata dating from the thirteenth century B.C. The most significant single object of the

season, the stone figure illustrated, comes from this early level. Beyond the site proper, survey work was undertaken to provide an insight into the geological history of Pella and its relationship to the surrounding countryside. This work established the

largely Pleistocene nature of the main tell and provided impor­ tant evidence on the hominid occupation of the Pella region of Jordan. Since the 1980 season the Jordanian Department of Antiquities

has undertaken considerable reconstruction work in the eastern temple complex. Work in the complex continued during this season. Excavation of the narthex and atrium of the church as


it was following the Islamic conquest of the area revealed extensive paving in red and white stone and evidence of painted plaster wall decoration. As a result of the Australian National Gallery’s continued support for the University of Sydney’s team at Pella, a number of objects have been presented to the National Collection. These include a number of fine Roman vessels from a Roman tomb of the fourth century A.D. excavated during the season,

and two gold dinars of the Umayyad period. The Jordanian Department of Antiquities has most generously agreed to place on loan, for public exhibition in the Gallery, the small thirteenth century B.C. figurine.


This embryonic department has begun to prepare programmes for the opening of the new building. Terence Measham took up his appointment as Senior Curator, Education, in September and was joined by Helen Tyzack, who transferred from the staff of Australian Art and Pamela Alexander, who was appointed departmental secretary. Much of the work during the year consisted of drafting and redrafting policy guidelines, making contact with teachers, lecturers, educational and schools’ au­ thorities, the ACT Tourist Bureau, as well as museum and gallery education staff in the State capitals and other cities. The Senior Curator visited Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart and Laun­ ceston and staff from the Queensland Art Gallery visited Canberra. Mr Measham attended frequent meetings of a work­ ing group organised by the ACT Schools Authority to develop proposals for an in-service course for teachers, and with Helen Tyzack attended meetings of the ACT Art Teachers Associa­ tion. While on recreation leave overseas, Helen Tyzack visited the United States of America and Canada to look at educational programmes in art and science museums. The exhibition Landscape — Art: two way reaction, at Melville

Hall, provided the opportunity for active programmes by the Education Department. An information pack containing posters, catalogue, map and notices of public lectures and films was sent to all schools in the region, including Bombala, Cooma, Goulburn, Queanbeyan and Yass. The schools pack also included experimental application and assessment forms for teachers to evaluate the effectiveness of each class visit. The


exhibition was visited by 728 pupils in thirty organised groups between 11 February and 12 March. Helen Tyzack conducted nineteen of the visits and Terence Measham the remainder. Mr Measham also gave floor talks to 110 students from the Canberra School of Art. Throughout February there was a

programme of public lectures, twice weekly. These were given by Mr Measham who also introduced programmes of films specially selected because of their connection with the National Library's film department. Both the public lecture programmes

and the film-screenings were well attended. During the period under review, the Senior Curator addressed the Museums Association of Australia (ACT branch), the Fine Art Society of the Australian National University and the National Trust of Australia (ACT). In Melbourne, he was invited by the

Advisory Council for Children with Impaired Hearing (Victoria) to open the Frances Derham exhibition A Philosophy of Educa­ tion Through the Arts. In April, Mr Measham flew to England to receive the honorary

degree of Master of Arts from the Open University in recognition of “services to the community and the educationally underpri­ vileged” carried out during his ten years as head of education services at the Tate Gallery, London. During the year Mr

Measham’s latest two books for young people were released, Picasso and his World and Van Gogh and his World, published by Ward Lock Ltd of London in their Great Masters series.


The Department of Exhibitions began in May with the appoint­ ment of Ole Olsen as Curator, and Mark Dodson and Joe Markac as assistants. In conjunction with the Director and curatorial staff they are planning exhibitions and displays for opening day, as well as preparing for future exhibitions at

Melville Hall as part of the ANG at ANU programme Two exhibitions were held during the year at Melville Hall. The first, Photography: the last ten years, was held from July 10 — August 5 and September 2 — October 7, 1980. Altogether

8,778 persons attended the exhibition, which, though by no means a definitive collection of the period, represented both photographers still working in the traditional mode and those

who alter their images by various means. Two hundred and eighty seven photographs by 102 artists/photographers were


shown, together with books and postcards made by twenty-five artists using the processes of photography, photomechanical reproduction and photocopying. The second exhibition, Landscape — Art: two way reaction was

held from 15 December 1980 — 12 March 1981 and was visited by 5,470 persons. Co-ordinated by Grazia Gunn with the assistance of Michael Wardell, this exhibition was con­ cerned with ecological issues and man’s unique ability to annihilate his environment. Works by each of the twenty-nine artists represented revealed responses to the environment

ranging from the use of technology to express the beauty of nature to the outright rejection of mechanical processes. All nevertheless affirmed the natural world as a source of inspira­ tion. Exhibition catalogue entries were supplied by curators from the departments of Australian Art, International Art, and

Photography. The Australian National Gallery was organizing gallery for the Eugen von Guerard exhibition in conjunction with the Australian Gallery Directors Council, with the assistance of the Visual Arts

Board and sponsored by the UTAH Foundation. The exhibition itinerary was as follows: Art Gallery of New South Wales June — July 1980 Queensland Art Gallery August 1980

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery September — October


Art Gallery of South Australia November 1980 National Gallery of Victoria January 1981 As well as lending three of its own works, Gallery staff produced

View of L a n d s c a p e - A rt:

tw o w a y r e a c tio n exhibition. Melville Hall, Australian National University.



the catalogue and Guy Joyce travelled to the various venues to unpack, repack and hang the exhibition.


This year the task of assembling and recording the Gallery’s Collection towards the move into our new building necessitated a change in the structure of the Registration Department. Until November 1980, the Registrar was primarily assisted by one Assistant Registrar, who was responsible for the areas of

cataloguing, transport and storage, The implementation of a computer catalogue demonstrated the need for the position to be divided into two sub-branches. Erica Persak was appointed Assistant Registrar in charge of the Central Catalogue, and David Andre was appointed Assistant Registrar to co-ordinate transport and storage movements.

Procedures for the collection of works of art from overseas and within Australia were formalised to monitor the safe movement of proposed purchases. The Transport and Storage Division of the Department of Administrative Services was instrumental in

assisting the Gallery with the customs clearance and transport of such material. Although the Department of Registration has been preparing the Collection for movement to the new building, where possi­

ble it has continued to meet requests for loans by overseas and local museums. In certain cases a courier from the Australian National Gallery has accompanied works to ensure safe han­ dling in transit. Couriers accompanied loans to New Zealand and to the United States of America.

Assistance was provided with exhibitions mounted by the Gallery, including the Eugen von Guerard exhibition which closed in Melbourne in late January 1981, and the Landscape — Art: two way reaction exhibition held between December

1980 and March 1981 at the Australian National University. In conjunction with the Project Officer, the Registrar has begun detailed planning for the movement of the Collection to the new building. Many sculptures have been individually crated by the carpentry section and works in a variety of media have been

packed in re-usable cartons ready for movement from Novem­ ber 1981 through until opening day. The principal development within the Registration Department


was the implementation of computerised cataloguing of current acquisitions. To date all 1979/80 acquisitions have been com­ puterised and a checklist of 1980/81 acquisitions compiled with the assistance of the Gallery’s computer. This has been made

possible by the appointment of additional cataloguing staff. An accession numbers marker and two cataloguers were ap­ pointed to the Registration Department to identify, record and revise retrospective catalogue records for entry into the com­ puter. In the coming year the Central Cataloguer will investigate new programmes for loans and location to assist with register­ ing the Collection. The Registrar, Warwick Reeder, while acting as a courier, visited New Zealand in July 1980 and met with members of staff from the Auckland City Art Gallery and the National Gallery, Wellington, to discuss registration procedures. In No­ vember he delivered a paper on “ Methods for folding, rolling and restretching paintings on canvas" at a seminar on art packing organised by the Canberra branch of I.C.C.M. held at the National Library. This seminar was also attended by Regis­ tration staff. Three members of the Gallery attended packing workshops organised by the A.G.D.C. in Sydney and Mel­

bourne. In August 1980 the Assistant Registrar, Central Cata­ logue attended the Australian Micrographics Congress in Mel­ bourne. While travelling overseas on recreation leave, the Gallery’s chief packer and accession numbers marker visited museums in Paris and New York respectively to further their knowledge of museology.

Inward Loans

Mr and Mrs Roger Kemp, Black Rock, Vic 11 October 1978 — Long term loan Britain and Ireland, London 1 May 1981 — Long term loan

Roger Kemp The Last Supper

Robert Dowling A group of natives at the Bay of Fires

Mr & Mrs Fred Williams, Hawthorn East, Vic July 1979 — Long term loan

Fred Williams 109 watercolours, gouaches, etchings and lithographs

Benjamin Law Bust of Trucaninny

Thomas Bock Woureddy Manalargenna (without inscription) Manalargenna (with inscription)

Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Tunnaminnerwate Wortabowigee

Outward Loans

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Exhibition: Frank and Marqel Hinder, 1930­ 1980 12 June — 13 July 1980

Frank Hinder Droonoodoo (Dream Circle). 1969 City at night. 1961 Trains passing. 1940

Exhibition: Sali Herman Retrospective 26 June — 26 July 1981

Sali Herman McElhone stairs. 1944 The artist’s wife. 1940 House on the hill. 1948 Saturday morning. 1948

Exhibition: Henry Salkauskas Retrospective 11 April — 24 May 1981

Henry Salkauskas Serigraph. 1963

26 February 1981 — Short term loan

Barbara Tribe Portrait of Lloyd Rees

Travelling Exhibition: William Strutt 6 February — 12 July 1981

William Strutt Black Thursday. Melbourne, Victoria. c.1863 A warm response. (1889) Cultivating an acquaintance. (1889) The Three Centurions, c.1880

Exhibition: Project 34, Art Clothes 20 December 1980— 1 February 1981

Mark Arbuz Shorty pyjamas. 1979


Peter Tuily The ceremonial coat of the Grand Diva of Paradise Garage. 1980

Exhibition: Project 35, Alan Oldfield 7 March — 12 April 1981

Alan Oldfield Studies for ‘Rumours’, a ballet by the Sydney Dance Company. 1978-79 Last dreams (study for set without back cloth). 1979

Bare facts and fantasies. 1979 Weekday dreaming (Overture), 1979 Sail costumes. 1979 Trendy couple. 1978 A young couple, wife. 1979

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Travelling Exhibition: Margaret Preston 23 May — 28 September 1980

Margaret Preston Double Hibiscus. 1929 Still life — Aboriginal design. 1941 Flying over the Shoalhaven River. 1942 Old house, Park Avenue, Mosman Lorikeet. 1925 The red bow Anemones. 1925 Macquarie Street, Sydney Mosman Bridge, N.S.W. Gymeah Polo Fete at night Aboriginal bark ornament Aboriginal design. 1943 Aboriginal art. 1949

Exhibition: Visions after Light. Art in South Australia, 1836-1981 19 June — 1 October 1981

James Cant The deserted city. 1939

Margaret Preston Still life. 1925

Rosemary Madigan Eingana. 1968

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Travelling Exhibition: 1980 Perth Survey of Drawing — The Drawings of Russell Drysdale 21 February— 19 October 1980

Russell Drysdale Nudes in landscape. 1938 Old Tom Sleeping dog

Landscape — Rabbiter series Seated female nude

Auckland City Art Gallery, New Zealand

Exhibition: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 7 August — 2 October 1980

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 9 lithographs from the Elies suite. 1896 Frontispiece of Elies La clownesse assise Femme au plateau Femme couchee Femme au tub Femme a la glace Femme au lit Femme en corset Femme sur le dos, Lassitude

Australian Gallery Directors Council, Sydney

Travelling Exhibition: Sidney Nolan: Works on paper retrospective 8 March — 22 March 1981

Sidney Nolan Constable McIntyre shooting parrots. 1946 (Kelly, tree and trooper). 1946


Australian National Gallery, Canberra/ Australian Gallery Directors’ Council, Sydney

Travelling Exhibition: Eugen von Guerard 7 June 1980 — 25 January 1981

Eugen von Guerard Northeast view from the northern top of Mount Kosciusko. 1863 Ferntree Gully in the Dandenong Ranges.

1857 (From the verandah of Purrumbete). 1858

National Library of Australia, Canberra

Exhibition: William Hardy Wilson 16 April — 15 June 1981

William Hardy Wilson (Two gum trees) An Olive in Sicily

Australian War Memorial, Canberra

April 1978 — Long term loan

H. Moore Jones Simpson's donkey

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery

19 May 1977 — Long term loan

Tom Roberts Study for Charcoal burners

Travelling Exhibition: Art Nouveau in Australia 7 January — 27 August 1980

Sydney Long Flamingoes Spirit of the Plains Moonlight Fantasy


Harry Garlick Society of Artists Exhibition Catalogue. 1899

D.H. Souter Ex Libris

Bernard Hall Damerung

Ambrose Dyson Girl with poppies

Web Gilbert Bust of Mrs Edward Dyson. 1913

Bertram Mackennal Bust of Miss Grace Dunham

C.Douglas Richardson Study for peace medallion. (1919)

Bendigo Art Gallery

Travelling Exhibition: Will Dyson: Cartoons caricatures and prints, 1880— 1938 3 October 1980 — 20 June 1981

Will Dyson Hollywood: The talkies science Hollywood: The executives Our youth: Susannah and the youngers Dr Freud: Naughty, naughty, who’s been thinking pure thoughts


Our dealers: Sorry Mr Smith but we only handle the artists whose names are difficult to pronounce Our young novelists Our ultra-moderns Our journalists

Brisbane Civic Art Gallery & Museum

Travelling Exhibition: Converting The Wilderness: The Art of Gardening in Colonial Australia 15 August 1979 — 30 August 1980



Joseph Lycett Raby, a farm belonging to Alexander Riley, Esq.

Canberra Civic Theatre Centre

15 April 1978 — 1981 Long term loan

Arthur Boyd Nebuchadnezzar eating grass Nebuchadnezzar yellow Nebuchadnezzar running in the rain Nebuchadnezzar with weeping lion Nebuchadnezzar with two ravens Nebuchadnezzar with lion

City of Brighton, Municipal Offices, Brighton, Victoria

77 October 1978 — Long term loan to Billila

Arthur Boyd Judas kissing Christ

Classics Department, Australian National University, Canberra

24 October 1978 — 1981 Long term loan

40 items of Roman Syrian glass

Ewing and George Raton Gallery, University of Melbourne

Travelling Exhibition: Australian Women Photographers, 1890-1950 2 June 1981 — 4 July 1982

Ruth Rollick (Group drinking tea in an artroom). c.1920- 30

Miss J. Purves Smith, c.1920-30 Mrs A.E.M. Kirkwood (Standing bride), c. 1920-30 Mrs A.E.M. Kirkwood (Bride seated), c. 1920-30 Mrs Innes Randolph and children beside a

car. c.1920 Mrs Innes Randolph and children beside a car — child in front of car. c. 1920-30 Quentin Cain (Boy in car with dog), c.1920-


Geelong Art Gallery

1977-80 — Long term loan

Rupert Bunny The balcony

Lanyon Homestead, Lanyon, Tharwa, A.C.T.

May 1980 — Long term loan

Furniture from the Oscar Paul Collection Tallboy, c.1790 Clothes press, late 18th century Chest of drawers, late 19th century Chest of drawers, c.1900 4 knife boxes, late 18th and early 19th centuries Cellaret fitted as work box. c.1840 2 chairs, c.1800 Pedestal table, circular 2 trays, oval, c.1820 Bedside cupboard A warming pan, set of fire irons, coal scuttle, trivet, kettle and 2 pot lids

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Travelling Exhibition: The Avant-Garde in Russia, 1910-1930: New Perspectives 3 July 1980— 15 February 1981

26 Russian books

Museum of Holography, New York

Exhibition: Margaret Benyon 17 October 1980— 11 July 1981

Margaret Benyon Sol Lewitt

Non hologram of a hand and hot air. 1970 Straight lines in four directions. 1971

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

20 October 1978-81 — Long term loan

Arthur Boyd Landscape with aeroplane and burning money Figure washing, red dog and ram

Nebuchadnezzar eating grass in a hilly landscape No.8

Realities Gallery, Melbourne

Exhibition: William T. Wiley 23 July — 15 August 1980

William T. Wiley No one has the right background. 1971

Rex Irwin, Art Dealer, Sydney

Exhibition: Angus McBean 8 July — 26 July 1980

Angus McBean Michael Redgrave Katherine Hepburn Katherine Hepburn Snake Hips

S.H. Ervin Museum and Art Gallery, Sydney

Exhibition: William Hardy Wilson — 20th Century Colonial 7 January— 1 March 1981

William Hardy Wilson (Two gum trees) An Olive in Sicily

The Brooklyn Museum, New York

Exhibition: American drawing in black and white, 1970-1980 22 November 1980 — 18 January 1981

The Hayward Gallery, London

Travelling Exhibition: Michael Andrews 31 October 1980 — 20 April 1981

Michael Andrews Good and bad at games. 1964-68

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York

Travelling Exhibition: Robert Smithson 14 November 1980— 18 April 1982

Robert Smithson Rocks and Mirrors Square II. 1971

The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Travelling Exhibition: Joseph Cornell 12 November 1980 — 21 March 1982

Joseph Cornell Untitled (Chinese ship)

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Travelling Exhibition: Philip Guston 15 May 1980 — 13 September 1981

Philip Guston Bad habits. 1970 Pit. 1976

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Exhibition: Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective 24 April — 26 July 1981

Arshile Gorky Untitled. 1944 Plumage landscape. 1947

The Victorian College of the Arts Gallery, Melbourne


Exhibition: James Quinn Retrospective 18 June — 11 July 1980

James Quinn The cigarette Sketch for portrait

The Western Australian Institute of Technology, Perth

Exhibition: Mike Parr 3 October — 8 October 1980

Mike Parr Rules and displacement activities, part 1

University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane

11 July 1978 — Long term loan

Arthur Boyd The kite flyers. 1944 The baths. 1943

November 1977 — Long term loan

Arthur Boyd St. Francis being held over the flames by a soldier (tapestry from the Life of St. Francis)

Father beating St. Francis (tapestry from the Life of St. Francis)

University Gallery, University of Melbourne

11 October — Long term loan

Arthur Boyd Rocky landscape with two figures Figure watching interior with black rabbit

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition: Spotlight: Four centuries of ballet costume A tribute to the Royal Ballet 7 April — 26 July 1981

Leon Bakst Costume design for Shah Zeeman for the ballet Scheherazade. 1910

Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, Minnesota Travelling Exhibition: Chuck Close 21 September 1980 — 21 June 1981

Chuck Close Bob. 1970

Wollongong City Gallery

10 October 1978 — 1981 Long term loan

Arthur Boyd Veiled figure Figure with red dog

Lending Collection

During the year the Gallery’s lending programme was fully operational and stocktakes were carried out in all areas within Australia. Overseas posts which were previously a responsibil­ ity of the Gallery are now serviced by the newly formed Artbank and works recalled by the Gallery for exhibition from these areas are continually being replaced by Artbank works. Three hundred and sixty-five works are currently on loan to official establishments, of which 128 are installed at Govern-


merit House, twenty at Admiralty House, twenty-one at the Lodge and forty-seven at Kirribilli House. Sixty-five works are hung in offices of Ministers of State, sixteen in the office of the President of the Senate, eight in the Speaker’s office and four in the office of the Leader of the Opposition. Installed in the Prime

Minister's suites are forty-three works, twenty-five of which are in Canberra, five in Sydney and thirteen in Melbourne. Thirteen works are installed in the Governor-General's suite in Mel­ bourne. All loans are made with the proviso that works are

subject to recall if required for exhibition.

Secretary and Manager’s Report

The Building Construction of the building has been progressing according to the planned programme with finishes to ceilings, walls and most floors nearly complete. Roofing is now in place and waterproofing finished. Certain areas within the building have

already been handed over by the National Capital Development Commission so that fitting out with furniture items may proceed. These areas include workshops, maintenance areas, and some storage rooms.

Final handover of the entire building is planned for the end of September 1981 and occupation by Gallery staff will begin during October.

Work on the landscaped Sculpture Garden is about to begin with installation of major sculptures to be effected by the end of 1981. Phase 1 of the Sculpture Garden is planned for comple­ tion in mid-1982, and Phase 2, which comprises the area to the

east of the building, will be completed as far as earthworks are concerned. Planting and detail features of Phase 2 other than grassing will follow as part of a further programme. During the year mock-ups in timber and calico were erected in the galleries by ANG staff to establish dimensions and arrange­

ments of subdividing walls and screens to be used for opening day displays. ANG staff also mocked up display cases and other display features in the building to establish design parameters.

Subsequently, prototype display cases, temporary walls, sculp­ ture bases and other display fittings to be used in the galleries were manufactured and installed in the building. This work is now complete. Contracts are being placed for the manufacture


and installation of display material in preparation for opening day. Fitting out the galleries is planned to be complete by the end of March 1982. This will allow a reasonable period for installing artworks and associated lighting of the objects on display prior to the building opening to the public in October

1982. Security Security is an area of tantamount importance to the Gallery and its Collection. To study security systems, the Assistant Director/ Administration visited major museums and galleries in the

United Kingdom, West Germany and the United States from March until May. Mr Deane’s report will form the basis for security planning in the new building. Development Office Ms Nadine Burch was appointed Manager of the newly created Development Office. The main aim of the Office is to obtain corporate sponsorship and private donations for works of art, and to build public membership of the Gallery. Ms Burch brings to the position wide experience in public broadcasting and television in the United States and with the Australian film industry. Staffing Approval was granted for an increase in the Gallery’s staff ceiling, which rose from eighty to 115. Several appointments were made at the senior curatorial level. Dr Nathan Stolow of Canada was appointed Senior Curator of Conservation and will take up duty early in the new financial year. Mr Terry Measham, also from the Tate Gallery, took up his position as Senior Curator of Education, and Mr Ole Olsen was appointed Curator of Exhibitions. Other appointments included that of Mr Roger Butler as Assist­ ant Curator, Australian Prints, and Mr Michael Lloyd as Assist­ ant Curator, International Drawings. On the commercial side, Mr Greg Andrews assumed responsi­ bility for the new Business and Finance Division and Mr Gary Pressey was appointed Sales Shop Manager. Library Library expansion continued at an accelerated rate this year with the addition of much new material in all areas and an ever increasing demand for services. Staff remained at nine until Robyn Leake was appointed part­ time clerical assistant in the latter half of the year.

In the Cataloguing Department work on rare books was com­ pleted and Leanne Thompson reassigned to work on the


15,000 McAlpine Collection exhibition catalogues, purchased in 1977. Cataloguing of the remainder of the collection contin­ ued though the accession rate made it difficult to catch up on backlog. In the course of the year some 644 pre-existing records were added to the catalogue, 946 new records were created and 17,989 editorial modifications were incorporated. A major revision of the classification of artists’ monographs was also completed and work was commenced on the implemen­ tation of an authority/reference system.

Library purchasing, both current and antiquarian, continues to emphasize materials required for current staff research. Some 3,424 titles were added to the monograph collection and a start was made in purchasing back sets and reprints of frequently

used journals. Two major acquisitions for the year were a large run of The Studio, the gift of Miss Janet Cosh, and a collection of some 6,000 Australian exhibition ephemera. An active binding programme was commenced and some 900 volumes were bound during the year.

Reference and inter-library services continued to be in heavy demand and there was a small but significant number of outside queries. In order to rationalize purchasing of Library materials within the A.C.T., regular meetings are now held between the Australian

National Gallery Library, the National Library of Australia and the Australian National University Libraries to discuss major purchases and acquisition policies. This has proved an effec­ tive method of avoiding unwarranted duplication and of sharing

information about available materials, both current and anti­ quarian. Library staff were encouraged to participate in professional development. Gillian Currie and Kathie Harnetty were sent to the Library Association of Australia Conference and Margaret

Shaw attended the Art Libraries Society of North America Conference in San Francisco. The latter visit was extended to allow a study tour of United States art libraries and visits to American and British dealers.

Demands on the Library are becoming increasingly heavy and are made harder to handle by our limited temporary quarters and low staffing level. However, adequate purchasing funds have made it possible for collection development to continue in

a very satisfactory way and for the basis of a fine, specialized research resource to be established.


Business and Finance

As part of the overall development of the Gallery’s commercial activities a new division of Business and Finance was created incorporating publications, marketing, sales, mail order, cater­ ing, finance and investment activities. Publications During the second year of a three-year programme approved

by the Australian National Gallery Publications Committee in 1979, the Publications Department completed the following projects: Emma Minnie Boyd— a facsimile sketchbook; Albert Tucker written by the Director and Nicholas Bonham; A bibli­ ography of photographic processes, compiled by Robert

Deane and the 1979/80 Annual Review and Report. The De­ partment also co-ordinated an article on Theatre Arts for the Australian Antique Collector. Currently in production are a handbook on the Australian National Gallery and a facsimile of a sketchbook by Julian Ashton, together with a resume of the artist’s life. While photographic requests have been geared down as works are crated for imminent removal to the new Gallery building, the postcard and large reproductions programme has been accelerated. Following a one-day seminar co-ordinated by the

Publications Department and held in November 1980, a system of checking colour transparencies was initiated under the guidance of publisher, Mr Sam Ure Smith. Since then two thirds of the 400 postcards scheduled to be ready for opening day have been processed and are in the hands of the printers. Other products planned for the opening of the Gallery include a number of scholarly and commercial products as well as service and building guides plus various departmental hand­ books. The appointments of Laura Murray as Assistant Editor and Francis Walsh as part-time Clerical/Editorial Assistant enabled the Department to handle the increased editorial and other workload associated with such programmes. The Publications Department was involved with both exhibitions

held at Melville Flail during the year as part of the ANG at AND programme. Stocking of the information and sales kiosk was undertaken by Teresa Brzostowski, who also co-ordinated staffing and administration of the kiosk. The Department as­ sisted in producing the catalogue for the Landscape — Art: two way reaction exhibition.


Following his reclassification as Co-ordinator of Publications, Mr Alan Dodge undertook a trip overseas to investigate print­ ing, publishing and marketing techniques in Europe, the United States and Japan. The Department is now better able to assess its programme and is more conscious of the need for carefully

researched, direct marketing strategies. Together with the Publications designer, Alistair Hay, Mr Dodge attended the International Booksellers Federation's 20th Annual Congress and Trade Book Fair in Melbourne in March. He took part in the Pan-Pacific Marketing Conference held in Sydney in June 1980.

Mr Hay travelled to the United States to attend the International Design Conference in Colorado where he met leading design­ ers, filmakers and writers. Sales Shop

Mr Gary Pressey took up his appointment as Manager of the Sales Shop in April. Mr Pressey brings to the position twenty- five years of experience in buying and selling books both in Australia and the United Kingdom. He will be responsible for co-ordinating the outfitting of the shop, staff recruitment and

purchase of stock. Finance Gallery funding increased significantly in 1980/81, the second

year of the four-year programme to complete and equip the Gallery building, prepare the Collection and obtain the person­ nel necessary for the planned opening in 1982/83 financial year. The transfer of the inventory of artworks to the computer is

progressing satisfactorily, and work is proceeding with a de­ tailed inventory of equipment to reconcile with the financial records and to permit the progressive changeover to compu­ terised format. Accounting functions have been successfully

computerised since early in the year. To more properly reflect a commercial accounting format several changes have been made in the naming and grouping of accounts. These are reflected in the heads of expenditure shown at Table 1, at the

end of this report.


Acquisitions List — Australian Art


Booth, Peter (born 1940) Painting. 1970 oil on canvas 163 x 276 cm

Brack, John (born 1920) Latin American Grand Final. 1969 oil on canvas 168 x 205 cm

Display. 1978 oil on canvas 122 x 153 cm

Brown, Mike; Crothall, Ross (born 1938); (born 1934) Sailing to Byzantium. 1961 enamel, pencil and oil crayon on composition board 92 x 122 cm

Bunny, Rupert (1864-1947) Olive yard, spring. c1925 oil on canvas 54.5 x 65.3 cm Gift of Gwendolen Swanton

Sketch, Tintaldra. 1920s oil on paper on wood panel 15.4 x 23.6 cm

Christmann. Gunter (born 1936) Fair go. 1980 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 229 x 168 cm

Counihan, Noel (born 1913) Briquette bagger. 1978 oil on composition board 65 x 49.2 cm

Drysdale, Russell (1912-1981) Ceremony at the rock-pool. 1962 oil on canvas From the Viscount Collection Gift of Godfrey Phillips International through the Arts Council of Australia, A.C.T. Division

Dumbrell, Lesley (born 1941) Blue moon, no. 2. 1980 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 152 x 288 cm

Fairweather, Ian (1891-1974) Composition. 1961 synthetic polymer paint and gouache on cardboard 69.5 x 70 cm Gift of Lucy Swanton

Prater, William (1890-1974) Adam and Eve. c1928-29 oil on canvas 33.7 x 26.3 cm Gift of James Mollison

The corroboree. c 1952-53 oil on paper on composition board 50.8 x 60.7 cm

Gilliland, Hector (born 1911) Study of Phases 2 and 3 of Growth. 1960 oil on composition board 68.2 x 91.3 cm

Glover, John Great Britain, Australia (1767-1849) Rome with St. Peter’s and the Castel Sant’ Angelo 1824? oil on wood panel 35.6 x 43.6 cm

Gould, W.B. (1803-53) Still life with fish on a plate. 1840s oil on canvas 20.3 x 30.5 cm

barter, Richard (born 1938) Exercise. 1967 synthetic polymer paint on composition board

122.5 x 183.5 cm Gift of Lucy Swanton


Luders, Muriel (born 1906) Landscape near Tumut. 1964 oii on composition board 34.8 x 50.2 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

MacPherson, Robert (born 1937) 5 paintings from National Art: a simplistic view. Queensland series. 1977-78

synthetic polymer paint on plywood, each 61 x 45.5 cm, irregular Queensland shape

Meldrum, Max (1875-1955) Rehearsal. 1944 oil on canvas on composition board 86.5 x 104.5 cm

Iris in the mirror. c1950 oil on composition board 61 x 50.5 cm

Nolan, Sidney (born 1917) (Landscape sketch, near Melbourne). c1934-36 oil on cardboard 30.2 x 39.5 cm Gift of John and Sunday Reed

Partos, Paul (born 1943) Painting. 1979 oil, pencil, coloured crayons on canvas

198 x 152 cm

Passmore, John (born 1904) (Landscape lookinq down to a small town). 1940s

oil on canvas 35.6 x 43.2 cm

(2 male bathers, standing) [one facing front, one rear], 1940s oil on canvas board 23 x 17.8 cm

(2 male bathers standing with towels) [one bending], 1940s oil on canvas board 17.8 x 23 cm

(2 male bathers, seated) [one in profile, one frontal], 1940s oil on canvas board 17.8 x 23 cm

Powditch, Peter (born 1942) (Tree trunk), oil on board Gift of the artist

Rose, William (born 1930) November. 1979 oil and synthetic polymer paint on plywood

143.7 x 84 cm

Smith, Grace Cossington (born 1892) The cabbage garden. 1919 oil on paperboard 20.5 x 18.4 cm

Gift of Daniel Thomas

Strachan, David (1919-70) Angel musicans at pipe organ. c1936 glass mosaic 75 x 39.2 cm Gift of Veronica Rowan, the artist's sister

Tucker, Albert (born 1914) Pick up. 1941 oil on composition board 61.1 x 45.5 cm

The possessed. 1942 oil on plywood 54.4 x 76 cm

Sun bathers. 1944 oil on paperboard 59.2 x 86 cm

Image of Modern Evil, 9. 1944 oil on cardboard 32.5 x 24.3 cm Gift of the artist

Image of Modern Evil, 14. 1945 oil on composition board 36.4 x 55.8 cm Gift of the artist

Image of Modern Evil, 16. 1945 oil on plywood 66.4 x 91.6 cm Gift of the artist

Image of Modern Evil, 24. 1945 oil on wood panel 37.2 x 50 cm Gift of the artist


Image of Modern Evil, 25. 1946 oil on composition board 31.7 x 35.5 cm Gift of the artist

Martin Smith. 1946 oil on composition board 46 x 61 cm

Tyndall, Peter (born 1951) A person looks at a work of art: concerning the canvas animal. 1978 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 180 x 129 cm

Wakelin, Roland (1887-1971) Barn near Tuggerah. 1919 oil on cardboard 17.7 x 22 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Watkins, Dick (born 1937) A prodigy in search of himself. 1980 synthetic polymer paint on cotton canvas

173 x 247 cm

The bicycle boys depart. 1980 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 165 x 284 cm

Wolseley, John (born 1938) A journey near Ormiston Gorge in search of rare grasshoppers. 1979-80 watercolour, pencil, gouache on paper on canvas 183 x 294.5 cm


Coleing, Tony (born 1942) Maquette for To do with blue. 1973 steel, matt spatter-painted 32.5 x 48 x 55.3 cm

Yellow cake. (1980) synthetic polymer foam and metallic glitter, paper plate, plastic fork and spoon, tissue paper, each of two slices in an ink-stamped cardboard box each box 10 x 25.2 x 25.5 cm Gift of Ray Hughes

Hinder, Margel (born 1906) Revolving construction. (c1957) suspended spherical construction, motorized;

nickel and copper wires, frost-painted silver 61.5 x 81.7 x 83 cm

Hoff, Rayner (1894-1937) Hercules, Achelous and Deianeira. 1920 plaster relief, framed 75.9 x 45.2 x 2.5 cm

Jenyns, Robert (born 1944) Mr Liu. (1980) wall-mounted box construction; wood, carved and painted, with collage of woven silk picture 92 x 119 x 30.3 cm

Killeen, Richard New Zealand (born 1946) George Forster, naturalist. 1980 31 aluminium cut-outs, matt-painted; for variable wall hung arrangement 470 x 240 x 0.2 cm

Klippel, Robert (born 1920) The tower, no. 157. 1963

steel 149 x 44.5 x 18 cm

Metal sculpture, no. 169. 1963 steel, rusted, and bronze 60 x 16.5 x 15 cm

Untitled, no. 175. 1963 steel, rusted and painted 80 x 37.5 x 30 cm

Metal sculpture, no. 190. 1965 steel, rusted and zinc plated 83.4 x 42 x 15 cm


Untitled, no 198. 1965 steel, rusted, and brass 100.5 x 59 x 11 cm

Untitled, no. 199. 1965 steel, rusted and zinc plated, and brass 47.6 x 52 x 33 cm

Flower, no. 207. 1967 bronze 37.5 x 10 x 8.2 cm

The bird and the fish are one, no. 212. 1967 51.7 x 28.5 x 11 cm

Untitled, no. 217. 1967 bronze 57.7 x 10 x 10 cm

Lewers, Margo (1908-78) Plexi-glass colour image II, green on brown 2. (c1970)

construction: coloured transparent synthetic polymer sheet, suspended free of wall, back-lit, 42.4 x 50.8 x 10.2 cm

Mackennal, Bertram Australia, Great Britain (1863-1931) Queen Victoria. 1837-1897 (Diamond Jubilee). 1897

bronze 56.3 x 24.8 x 24.3 cm

Meszaros, Andor (1900-72) Christus Iterum Cadit. 1947 bronze medallion 18 cm dia.

Richardson, C. Douglas (1853-1932) Wind. 1889 wax relief on cedar panel

11.7 x 8.9 x 0.6 cm

Tipping, Richard (born 1949) In memory, Michael Tipping. (1979) red granite, polished and engraved with gilt

lettering 14 x 107 x 14.5 cm

Woolner, Thomas Great Britain, Australia (1825-92) Portrait of Robert Browning. 1856 plaster medallion, framed under glass 37.8 cm dia.


On white or off-white paper unless otherwise stated.

Allen, Davida (born 1951) Untitled 1980. 1980 pencil, brush and ink, crayon, charcoal and collage of cut paper 60.9 x 85.9 cm

Gift of Miss Pamela Bell

Arthur, Tom (born 1946) Langelo mysterioro. (c1980) collage of beige card, feathers, card, white, pen

and ink, screenprint 81.2 x 58.2 cm

Bainbridge, John Great Britain, Australia (1918-78) Design for Polish poster competition, anniversary of fall of fascism. 1975 gouache and gold paint on card 97.8 x 67.2 cm

Gift of Nan Bainbridge, widow of the artist

Balson, Ralph (1890-1964) (Pastel abstract). 1951 pastel on black paper 47.8 x 60.8 cm

Pastel no. 19. pastel on beige paper



Bock, Thomas (1790-1855) Portrait of Mrs John Roberts. c1845 crayon, chalk, charcoal and watercolour wash 36 x 30.4 cm

Booth, Peter (born 1940) Drawing. 1979 charcoal and pastel 56.6 x 51.2 cm

Drawing. 1979 charcoal and pastel 65.2 x 102.4 cm

Drawing. 1979 charcoal 56.4 x 51.6 cm

Drawing. 1979 charcoal and pastel 56.4 x 51.6 cm

Drawing. 1979 brush and ink 65 x 102.8 cm

Drawing. 1979 brush and ink 65 x 102.6 cm

Drawing. 1980 charcoal and pastel 65.2 x 102.4 cm

Drawing. 1980 charcoal and pastel 65.2 x 103 cm

Brack, John (born 1920) Study for painting Nude with pink gown. 1979 crayon 79.6 x 58.2 cm

Briefly, Oswald (1817-94) (Schooner in an icy seascape). c1845 watercolour and pencil, heightened with gouache on tan paper 9.2 x 15.3 cm

Brodzky, Horace Great Britain, Australia (1885-1969) (The meeting). 1916 watercolour, pen and brown ink 22 x 248 cm

(Landscape with man and woman). c1916 watercolour and pencil 18.3 x 15.1 cm

Fraser’s cottage near Reigate, Surrey. 1930 pen and ink and pencil 38.3 x 28.2 cm

Brown, Mike (born 1938) (Milk bar, Roseneath Street. Clifton Hill. Vic.). 1980 gouache, pen and brush and ink 27.2 x 33.4 cm

War in Ogeon. 1979 collage 63.3 x 95.2 cm

Bunny, Rupert (1864-1947) Composition study, mythological subject. 1920s oil on paper 20 x 20.1 cm

Prometheus, monotype 23 x 29 cm

Buvelot, Louis Australia, Switzerland, Brazil (1814-88) Gale of wind, Lilydale. watercolour 15.3 x 19.7 cm

Macedon. c1872 pencil 38.2 x 28 cm

Coleing, Tony (born 1942) (Surfboard rider). 1976, March pen and ink, brush and ink, coloured crayons, collage of cut paper 58 x 91 cm

Derham, Frances (born 1894) Cyclamen (horizontal design). 1910 gouache 14.6 x 43.2 cm

Cyclamen (vertical design). 1910 gouache 32.2 x 17.5 cm

Design for neck of a child’s embroidered frock. c1910 watercolour and pencil 35 x 25.2 cm

Queensland black bean (design). 1911 gouache 48.8 x 12.2 cm


(Four embroidery designs for dress based on Egyptian motif). 1914 coloured silks on silk attached to linen on board, stencilled letters board 38.9 x 55.8 cm

The blue bird (three embroidery designs for child's dress). 1916 watercolour and pencil 24.5 x 34.2 cm

Dobell, William (1899-1970) Sketchbook (Figure studies, The Sydney Art School). January 1924 28 pencil drawings on 14 leaves book 23 x 29.4 cm

(Man lying on bed with book). 1936 pen and ink 16.2 x 20.2 cm

(Sketch for The Cypriot). 1937 pen and brown ink and pencil mounted on jute 27.6 x 26.4 cm

(Two sketches of Joshua Smith). 1943 pencil 32.8 x 24.8 cm

(Civil Construction Corps concrete workers), cl 943-44? pen and ink and pencil 12 x 15 cm

(Bald-headed man, portrait study), c 1936-59 ballpoint pen 15.8 x 12.7 cm

(Flead of an old woman). c1936-59 watercolour 18.5 x 12.6 cm

(Old woman). c1936-59 pen and brush and ink 11.4 x 12 cm

(New Guinea scene). 1950-51? pen and ink 12.2 x 18.9 cm

Drysdale, Russell (1912-81) (Woman in bath). c1938 gouache 15.8 x 10.4 cm

The Family. c1940 charcoal, pen and ink, pencil 53 x 37.4 cm

Toni’s Garden of Roses. c1942 coloured oil pastels, pen and ink 41.6 x 30.8 cm

Study for Country brownout. 1944 pen and ink 15 x 7.3 cm

(Study for Rose Bay Airport at night). 1944 pen and ink 19 x 24.8 cm

(Study for Rose Bay Airport at night). c1944 pencil 16.8 x 21.8 cm Gift of Lady Drysdale and Joseph Brown

Deserted outstation. 1945 pencil 17.4 x 37.6 cm

(Seated woman). c1945 pencil 26.6 x 26.2 cm

Study for Emus in a landscape. c1950 pencil 27.8 x 37.8 cm

Dumbrell, Lesley (born 1941) (Study). 1979 gouache 74 x 105.6 cm

Blue Moon. 1980 gouache 50.4 x 74.6 cm

Harlequin series I. 1980 gouache 56.5 x 77.8 cm

Ely, Bonita (born 1945) Mount Feathertop. 1975 watercolour, crayon, pen and ink 57.8 x 33.2 cm

Fairweather, Ian Australia, Great Britain (1891-1974) Landscape, canal city, China. 1954 gouache 38.2 x 52.4 cm

Gift of Lucy Swanton

Friend, Donald (born 1915) Design for bookplate: Donald Friend. c1934 brush and ink, wax crayon, watercolour and pencil heightened with gouache 32.3 x 25.4 cm


(Nativity). c1936 brush and ink on grey paper 32.5 x 21.6 cm

Glover, John Great Britain, Australia (1767-1849) Album of sketches: cattle, plants, Lake District and Midland landscapes. 1798, c1794-1805 pen and ink, pencil; various dimensions, 64 sheets, 93 sketches

Views of Tivoli: a sheet of 7 drawings. 1818 pencil, ink and wash

Madiera. (1830) brush and ink 6.6 x 13.4 cm

Tristan d’Acunha. 1830 brush and ink 8.6 x 13.1 cm

(Waves). 1830 brush and ink on 3 joined sheets, overall approx 6 x 37.5 cm

Gruner, Elioth (1882-1939) (Study for the etching To the hills). 1927 pencil 13.6 x 19.2 cm

Gully, John New Zealand, Australia (1819-88) Mount Egmont, New Zealand. 1869 watercolour 74.8 x 131.2cm

Hall, Anne (born 1945) (Portrait of a girl). 1966 pastel and synthetic polymer paint 76.2 x 56 cm

(Portrait of a girl). 1966 pastel and synthetic polymer paint 76.2 x 56 cm Gift of James Mollison

Hester, Joy (1920-60) 27 drawings. Heads and figures, early 1940s brush and ink, watercolour, pencil approx 50.5 x 40.5 to 23 x 20 cm

8 drawings. c1956 (Baby Boy), (Sunday and Sweeney), (Girl on a horse), (Lovers series I: Girl with blue eyes), (Roman head with garland), (Heart group), (Head of a man), (Old woman). brush and ink, watercolour approx 30.5 x 24.5 cm to 76 x 50 cm Gift of Mrs Robert Dulieu

Hickey, Dale (born 1937) 17 drawings. 1977-78 Bendigo landscapes; Cite des Arts, Paris; interiors, still lifes pen and ink, pencil 8.2 x 12.8 cm to 7 x 11.5 cm

Hinder, Frank (born 1906) 16 studies, New York and Boston. 1928-33 watercolour, pencil,brush and ink various dimensions

9 exercises in dynamic symmetry. 1929-33 pencil and watercolour

Study of a stump. 1932, July 4 watercolour and pencil 31 x 30.9 cm

(Study of a head). 1932, October pencil 37 x 27.1 cm

Geometric solids. 1933 pencil 25.6 x 37.6 cm

Taos, New Mexico. 1933 pen and brush and ink 15.6 x 24.2 cm

Taos, New Mexico. 1933 pencil 35.4 x 48.2 cm

Snake charmer. 1933 pencil 25.7 x 21.7 cm

pencil 35.4 x 48.2 cm

Uday-Shan-Ray, snake dancer. 1933 pencil 48.3 x 34.6 cm

Needle threader. 1934 pastel, charcoal and pencil 40.5 x 33.9 cm


Excavation for Wynyard Station. 1935 crayon and pencil 51.6 x 38.2 cm

(Reclining cubist nude). 1936 crayon 36.6 x 52.5 cm

(Tribute to Kandinsky). 1938 watercolour and pencil 25.6 x 21.5 cm

Study for Fishermen hauling nets. 1938 pencil on tracing paper 54.8 x 75.1 cm

Rest. 1938 pencil 26.7 x 34.1 cm

Strath leaving Quay. 1938 pencil 48.2 x 61.4 cm

Variations on a nude. 1939 crayon and pencil 48.8 x 39.4 cm

9 constructive drawings. 1939 pencil, coloured pencils

Sydney art critics. 1940 pencil 15x21.1 cm

Art critics. 1940 pencil 27.9 x 32 cm

Three sketches for Trains passing. 1940 pencil, various dimensions

Canberra cyclists. 1942 pencil 20 x 26.8 cm

Office staff, A.C.T. 1942 pencil and red pencil 21.7 x 26.8 cm

Headwind, cycling. 1942 pencil on coloured inks 27.4 x 22.6 cm

Noel and Jerry. 1944 pencil and watercolour 20.3 x 25.3 cm

Cycling, headwind. 1944 pencil 54.4 x 42.7 cm

Cartridge music, John Cage. 1969 oil crayon 31.2 x 48.7 cm


Other Dimensions I. 1977 pastel 56 x 76.6 cm

Howard, Ian (born 1947) Berlin Wall. 1973 rubbing on paper on jute canvas

Johnson, Michael (born 1938) No. 24. 1980 watercolour, pastel and pencil 53.4 x 32.3 cm

Leason, Percy (1889-1959) Children all of the one father. c1931

pencil, pen and ink 55.3 x 40 cm

Lindsay, Norman (1879-1969) Study for The argument. 1911 pencil, pen and ink 51.8 x 64.6 cm Gift of Keith Wingrove

Linton, James W.R. (1869-1947) Running waters. c1920 watercolour 35.4 x 23.6 cm

View east from Falls Road. 1926 watercolour 54.4 x 75.4 cm

2 studies for enamelled lid of brass casket. c1935 pencil

2 test panels for enamelled lid of a brass casket. c1935 copper; cloisonne on copper

Sketchbook, silver and jewellery designs, book 30.4 x 24 cm, 102 designs on 24 leaves, watercolour, pencil, collage

Loneragen, Charles (1889-1978) (Hosiery advertisement). 1930s pencil 31.2 x 16.8 cm

(Welders). 1936 watercolour 18.8 x 22.6 cm


Longstaff, John Martens, Conrad

(1862-1941) (1801-78)

(Study for invitation to opening of Australia’s first Fig tree and seaforthia palms, lllawarra, New Federal Parliament 1901. A woman). South Wales. 1847 pencil 45 x 27.8 cm 21.3x33 cm

Lynn, Elwyn (born 1917) Winter table. 1979, June 18 collage of cut paper, cardboard, cut and glued and rope, rattan, wood 80 x 21.1 cm

McPherson, Robert (born 1937) 3 drawings, graphite drawn, rubbed and drawn: from 'Pavement series' 1976 graphite 56 x 76.5 cm 3 drawings, drawn, rubbed and drawn: from ‘Pavement series’. 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings, graphite drawn, rubbed and drawn: from ’Pavement series’. 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings, graphite drawn, rubbed and drawn: from ‘Pavement series’. 1976 graphite 56 x 76 cm

3 drawings, graphite drawn, rubbed and drawn: from ‘Pavement series’ 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings, graphite drawn, rubbed and drawn: from ‘Pavement series'. 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings (horizontal-vertical rub). 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings: (horizontal-vertical rub). 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

3 drawings: (horizontal-vertical rub). 1976 graphite 56 x 76.6 cm

Madigan, Rosemary (born 1926) (Female nude supporting weight on both hands and bent knee). 1978 pen and ink 27 x 38.2 cm

Martin, Mandy (born 1952) Fyshwick. 1980 pastel 63 x 104 cm

McIntyre, Arthur (born 1945) Dance of life 1: part one of a triptych. 1979 collage of cut paper, gelatin silver print, offset lithograph, newsprint, pen and ink mounted on plywood 119.8 x 38.2 cm

Mora, Mirka (born 1928) Portrait (head with a bird). 1965 pastel 31.6 x 50.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Newell, Alice (1876-1966) (Tetratheca Cilicta). 1917

14.6 x 31.4 cm

Tetratheca thymifolia. 1917 watercolour and pen and ink 12.1 x 18.1 cm

(Design for embroidered supper cloth). c1955 watercolour and pen and ink 17 x 59.6 cm

Eucalyptus botryoides: 3 designs for a wooden box. 1950s watercolour, pen and brush and red ink, pencil

67.2 x 11 cm

Nicholas, Hilda Rix (1884-1961) Italian sculptress. c1913 crayon 56.2 x 38.2 cm

Camouflage. c1913 coloured crayons 38 x 28 cm


Nolan, Sidney (born 1917) Sketchbook, figure studies, Italy, October 1950 book 22.7 x 17.2 cm, 10 leaves, 11 drawings Gift of Joseph Brown

(Figure and horse). c1946 transfer drawing in red 25.2 x 31.4 cm Gift of John and Sunday Reed

(Galloping horses and windmill). c1946 transfer drawing in red 25.2 x 31.4 cm Gift of John and Sunday Reed

(Lantern). c1946 transfer drawing in red 25.2 x 31.4 cm Gift of John and Sunday Reed

(A candle). c1946 transfer drawing in red 25 x 31.5 cm Gift of John and Sunday Reed

Partos, Paul (born 1943) 5 colour monotypes. 1963, c1963 each approx 37.5 x 48 cm

Gift of James Mollison

(Abstract semi-figurative pattern), c 1963-65 ink on grey paper 62.4 x 48 cm Gift of James Mollison

(Hysteria, child), c 1963-65 pen and brush and ink 48.1 x 35.4 cm Gift of James Mollison

(Drawing in four parts), c 1963-65 pan and ink; each panel 76.2 x 55.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

2 studies for a ceiling painting. 1965 brush and ink, pastel 62.4 x 49 cm brush and ink 76.2 x 56 cm Gift of James Mollison

(Cream background, six black numbers). 1976 oil, decals 71.4 x 53.8 cm

(Eight green rectangles, black lettering). 1976 oil, decals, pencil 69.8 x 52.2 cm

(Multicoloured rectangle, numbers at each corner). 1977 oil, pencil, graphite, decals 76 x 57 cm

(Rectangle, white, blue and orange). 1977 oil, graphite, decals 76 x 57 cm

(Dense black central square surrounded by black and yellow). 1978 oil, pencil, graphite 76 x 57 cm

(Pencil blackened box, with coloured oil paint heavily laid as a border). 1978 oil pastels, pencil, decals 76 x 57 cm

(Black square, numbers at each corner). 1978 graphite, pastel 50 x 41 cm

Passmore, John (born 1904) (Seaport abstract). 1956 gouache on newsprint 59.4 x 83.7 cm Gift of Lucy Swanton

Proctor, Thea (1879-1966) Portrait of Alisa Lee Brown (Alisa Allen). 1927 33.5 x 28 cm

Prout, John Skinner (1806-76) (Salvaging a wreck, Tasman Peninsula). 1846 watercolour 20 x 30.6 cm

(Shipwreck off Cape Pillar). 1846 watercolour 16.8 x 25.4 cm

Purves Smith, Peter (1913-49) Cafe society. 1938-39 pastel, charcoal and pencil on tan paper 51 x 37.7 cm

Rae, Iso (Working 1890s-1920s) (Figure study of prisoners, Normandy). 1917 coloured chalks and charcoal 27.2 x 41.6 cm

( N o c tu r n e w ith te n ts , N o r m a n d y . c 1 9 1 7

c o lo u r e d c h a lk s a n d c h a r c o a l 5 5 x 4 6 .1 c m


Read, Richard, junior (17967-1851) ' Mr Thomas May. 1834 gouache, pastel, 34.5 x 27 cm

Mrs Thomas May. 1834 gouache, pastel 34.4 x 27 cm

Rees, Lloyd (born 1895) Vortex. 1979 watercolour and pastel 38.1 x 57.2 cm

Robey, Elinor J. (born 1884) 26 sheets of designs, for embroidery, leatherwork and woodwork; book covers, purse, photograph cases, boxes. 191 Os-1950s pencil, coloured pencils, pen and ink, watercolour; some on brown paper or tracing paper; various dimensions Gift of the artist

Rose, William (born 1930) 10 drawings (Constructions in space). 1957 pen and coloured inks on ruled paper, each approx 46 x 32 cm

(Construction in space). 1979 pen and coloured inks 55.4 x 75 cm

(Construction in space). 1980 coloured inks 65.2 x 55.2 cm

Russell, John (1859-1930) Night gems. c1920 gouache over charcoal and crayon 28.5 x 38.4 cm

Sansom, Gareth (born 1939) 4 drawings. 1966 (Two heads and building), (A man and woman),

(Portrait of a man), (Portrait of a woman) crayon, coloured crayons; each approx 63.4 x 50.7 cm Gift of James Mollison

Simpson, Jessie (1875-1965) Design for jewellery. 1912 watercolour and pencil 12.6 x 9.8 cm

Strutt, William Australia, Great Britain (1825-1915) 16 drawings. 1840s-1880s Life studies, Paris; classical statuary; drapery; studies for composition and details of paintings,

The Three Centurions, Behold I Stand at the Door, Jesus Wept. mostly pencil, with watercolour and charcoal various dimensions

74 sketches and studies. c1870s Many Roman, Egyptian, Assyrian and Greek subjects, some from sculptures and vases, mostly pencil, with watercolour and pen and ink; mostly on tracing paper; various dimensions Gift of Margaret Strutt Davies, in remembrance of her brother, C.W. Strutt

Album of 63 studies. c1879? Military horsemanship, religious and classical subjects, figure studies. album 22.8 x 17.6 cm, 61 leaves

Head study for Stocks closed firmly with an upward-tendency. (1889) watercolour 27.9 x 23.2 cm

Stuart, Guy (born 1942) (Abstract composition). 1976 gouache and watercolour 26.5 x 17.7 cm

(Column). 1976 gouache, watercolour and pencil 26.7 x 17.8 cm

(Study for sculpture). 1979 pastel and chalk 103.6 x 69.2 cm

Swen, Cornel (born 1930) Kookaburra vigil. 1979 dye on handmade rice paper 61.1 x 62.4 cm

Tillers, Imants (born 1950) Reminiscences of a journey to Latvia suite of 7 drawings


Tuckson, Tony (1921-73) 10 drawings. 1950s Head of a woman, Woman trying on a hat, Woman wearing a hat, Cat, Boy in a football jumper, Man in a coat and tie, Woman with a

pointed hat, Girl wearing a hat, Abstracted figure, Calligraphic marks, pencil, crayon, brush and red ink 20.4 x 8.8 cm to 10.2 x 14 cm

Vassilieff, Danila (1897-1958) 60 gouaches. 1945-56 Children working; Portrait of a girl with turquoise

biouse, 1945; Child, Fitzroy, c1945; Girl and boy in Fitzroy, c1945-46; Boy warming at the brazier, Fitzroy; Portrait of a gentle person, c1946; Portrait of a woman; Abstract composition, c l945-52; Danila’s blue poles; Christ; The

Baptist, 1947; In the garden, c1947-50; Through the window landscape, c1948; Martian landscape procession; Farmers, 1949-50.

Romance in the country; Playing golf; Farm landscape storm coming; Cart ride; Landscape with jiggers; Things in a field; Things in the street; Things over the sea; Artist and models;

Reviewing the army; Watching the girls go by; Martian creatures I; Martian creatures II; Martian creatures III; The Earth from Mars I; The Earth from Mars II; The Earth from Mars III, 1950.

Primal creatures; Primal forms; Creature propelling; Evolving; Imaginary beast; Enjoying the seaside; Forms in the family; A family; Monument with dog; Lion with sculpture; Torso;

Form for sculpture monumental figure; Forms for sculpture, Forms in street; Public monument; A Trojan Horse, c1951.

Monumental wedding cake; Balletic monument; People of stone; Monument to Famine I; Monument to Famine II; Monument to Famine III; Person blind and handless; Couple; Courtship; Madonna and Child; Eternal female going on, C1952.

Portrait of a scholar, 1956

Wainewright, Thomas Griffiths Australia, Great Britain (1794-1847) (Figure group in Turkish costume). 1820s pencil 25.8 x 35.6 cm

Waller, Christian (1885-1956) Hymn to the sun: design for Fawkner Crematorium, Melbourne). c1930 gouache on canvas board 30.4 x 45.6 cm

Whisson, Ken (born 1927) Vivid recollection of Australia: motorcars and various buildings. 1979

pencil, pen and ink 49.9 x 69.9 cm

Europe of Wolfgang Borshertz. 1979 pencil, pen and ink 49.9 x 69.8 cm

Wisdom, Eldred (born 1941) Space and water, series III. 1980 gouache, ink, paper collage 60.6 x 91.2 cm


On white or off-white paper unless otherwise stated.

Austin, G.B.H. Invitation to a Conversazione in the Exhibition Building, May 1901 chromolithograph 23 x 30 cm


Annois, Len (1906-66) High School, Forest Hill. 1954 lithograph 24.6 x 43.4 cm Gift of James Mollison


Barker, David ( 1888-?)

(Negress in large hat). c1930 colour woodcut 21.9 x 18.7 cm

Blackman, Charles (born 1928) (Two schoolgirls). 1952 lithograph 30.4 x 40.6 cm

(Two schoolgirls and dog). c1952 lithograph 26.3 x 37 cm

(Figure in a garden). 1950s lithograph 24.3 x 30.8 cm, working proof

(Figure in a garden). 1950s colour lithograph 24.8 x 30.6 cm

(Boy sitting in chair). c1964 lithograph 79.6 x 57.2 cm

verso: Donald Friend (born 1915)

(Group of four youths). c1964 colour lithograph 79.6 x 57.2 cm final proofs, on one sheet, for lithographs printed at Gallery A, Melbourne Gift of James Mollison

Boyd, Arthur (born 1920) (Man, horse and dog). c1954-56 lithograph on zinc plate 30 x 30.1 cm Gift of James Mollison

Brack, John (born 1920) Two figures performing on ice skates. 1967 lithograph 38 x 24 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Brodzky, Horace Great Britain, Australia (1885-1969) Cliff house, San Francisco. 1912 drypoint 20.4 x 12.4 cm

Self portrait. 1921 drypoint 9.8 x 6.5 cm

Artists’ wife duo. 1925 drypoint 15 x 20 cm

Shop window. 1925 drypoint 15 x 14.2 cm

From the artist’s studio, etching 39.5 x 28.4 cm

Leginska. etching 10.7 x 8.4 cm

Soho Square, woodcut 19 x 12.8 cm

Stonehenge. woodcut mounted on paper 20.4 x 33 cm

Bunny, Rupert (1864-1947) (Women bathing). c1904 colour monotype 33.8 x 24.2 cm

Coleing, Tony (born 1942) Idea for To do with blue sculpture. 1975 colour screenprint 45.3 x 60.6 cm

Drawing for To do with blue sculpture. 1975 colour screenprint 45.5 x 59.2 cm

Drawing for To do with blue sculpture. 1975 colour screenprint 45.6 x 66.6 cm

Which way, I know watermelon? 1977 etching 16.3 x 21.1 cm

Up your bum. 1977-79 linocut printed in brown 30.1 x 29.9 cm

Hey Leon, what’s going on? 1978 softground etching 30.4 x 45 cm

Keep blank. 1978 etching 20 x 25.2 cm

Country life. 1979 linocut 30 x 30 cm

(Shot figure). 1979 30.7 x 30.5 cm


Watch the stranger down at Ranger. 1979 colour lithograph on zinc 29.2 x 37.9 cm

(Women’s Weekly, Redheads). 1979 colour linocut 53 x 37.6 cm

Conder, Charles Great Britain. Australia (1868-1909) Cupid’s hour. c1899-1905 lithograph, printed in brown 23 x 31 cm

Esther, c1899-1905 lithograph printed in brown 38 x 25.6 cm

La peau de chagrin. c1899-1905 lithograph 24.2 x 29.6 cm

The dressing-room. (1899-1905) lithograph, printed in brown 27.4 x 35.6 cm

The Salute. (c1899-1906) lithograph, printed in brown 25.2 x 33.2 cm

(Invitation card to a fancy-dress party at the artist’s house). (1904-05) lithograph, printed in brown 17.2 x 26 cm

A pastoral fantasy. (1904-06) lithograph, printed in brown 22 x 30.6 cm

The green-room. (1904-06) lithograph, printed in brown 22.2 x 30.4 cm

Gossip. (C1899-1905) lithograph 26.6 x 36.2 cm

Courier, Jack (born 1915) Kitchen still life. c1960 colour lithograph 46.2 x 32.8 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Derham, Frances (born 1894) Building the bridge c1930 colour linocut 17.4 x 25.8 cm

Flanagan, John Richard United States, Australia (1894-1964) (Head of an old man). c1934 etching 12.5 x 10.1 cm

Goodchild, John (1895-1980) (Landscape with river and trees). c1935 colour linocut 16.2 x 14.5 cm

Goodhart, J.C. (1875-1952) Guard tower, Port Arthur, etching 26.4 x 30.8 cm

Grant, Nancy (Nude girl and water bird). 1932 linocut 8.4 x 14.2 cm

Heysen, Hans (1877-1968) Turning the plough. 1918

etching 7.4 x 7.6 cm

Hinder, Frank (born 1906) City street. 1946 lithograph 27.8 x 26.8 cm

The spectres of the Gee-bung Polo Club. 1946 lithograph 21.8 x 25.4 cm

Advance. 1947 lithograph 41.2 x 32.3 cm

Chooks. 1947 lithograph 30.8 x 35.2 cm

Christ is with us. 1947 lithograph 21.6 x 34.7 cm. state I.

Christ is with us. 1947 lithograph 21.6 x 34.7 cm. state II

Christ is with us. 1947 lithograph 21.6 x 34.7 cm. state III

Frogmouth family. 1948 lithograph 37.9 x 28.6 cm

Water bird. 1948 lithograph 17.9 x 24.5 cm

Contrapuntal. 1973 lithograph 33.8 x 45.6 cm


Genesis II. 1978 lithograph 29.1 x 47.2 cm

Inception. 1978 lithograph 33 x 45.8 cm

Planar 1. 1978 lithograph 31.7 x 43.8 cm

Transit. 1978 lithograph 30.2 x 70.8 cm

Leggiero agitato. 1979 lithograph 36.1 x 53.7 cm

Jacks, Robert (born 1943) A little wave of quiet mirth. 1966 etching and drypoint 30.2 x 30.2 cm Gift of James Mollison

Kemp, Roger (born 1908) Cruciform. 1964 colour lithograph 80.4 x 57.6 cm

verso: John Olsen (born 1928) McElhone Stairs. (1964?) colour lithograph 80.4 x 57.6 cm final proofs, on one sheet of National Gallery

Society of Victoria publication for members, printed at Gallery A, Melbourne.

Working proof for Cruciform. 1964 colour lithograph, synthetic polymer paint 78.8 x 57.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Klippel, Robert (born 1920) Structures in a landscape. 1965

lithograph 57.6 x 80.2 cm Gift of James Mollison

Latimer, Bruce (born 1951) U.N. exaggerated view. 1978 colour photo-screenprint and collage 76.5 x 55.3 cm

Guarded thoughts, different dogs. 1978 colour screenprint 55.5 x 76.5 cm

Leach-Jones, Alun (born 1937) Voyager Suite. Grey. 1978 screenprint 45.6 x 43.6 cm

Across the pacific. 1979 colour screenprint 80 x 45.6 cm

Lindsay, Lionel (1874-1961), after Sydney Long (1871-1955) Old house, Berry’s Bay. c1908 lithograph 17 x 21.7 cm

Femmes damnees. 1912 roulette, etching, aquatint, printed in blue 8.4 x 26.6 cm

Pastoral. 1918 aquatint 16.8 x 20.4 cm

Rock Davis’s boat shed, Woy Woy. 1918 etching 32.4 x 47.8 cm

The white fan. 1937 wood-engraving 16.8 x 22.4 cm

Lindsay, Norman; Longstaff, John (1879-1969); (1862-1941) Invitation to attend the opening of the first Federal Parliament 1901. colour lithograph 28 x 35.2 cm

Lindsay, Norman (1879-1969) A Trio: 'We walk along the gas-lit street in a

dreadful row we three/ The woman I was and the woman I am, and the woman I’ll one day be’. C1908 lithograph 49.7 x 33 cm

The vintage. c1908 lithograph 28 x 39.8 cm

Macqueen, Mary (born 1912) Orchard landscape. 1963 colour lithograph 51.4 x 57.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Cows in the meadow. 1979 colour lithograph 43.2 x 56.8 cm

Maddock, Bea (born 1934) Two by two I. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.6 x 55.5 cm

Two by two II. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.8 x 55.8 cm

Four by two I. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 76 x 55.6 cm

Four by two II. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.6 x 55.4 cm

Four by two III. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.7 x 55.5 cm

Four by two IV. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 76 x 55.6 cm

Journey I. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.7 x 55.8 cm

Journey II. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.6 x 55.6 cm

Journey III. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.9 x 55.7 cm

Journey IV. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.8 x 55.6 cm

Race. 1977 photo-etching and aquatint 75.8 x 55.8 cm

Marshall, Jennifer (born 1944) (Abstract composition). 1964 colour etching and aquatint, deep bite, relief 29.8 x 39.2 cm

Medworth, Frank (1892-1947) Friday night. 1925 Wood-engraving 13.7x11.8 cm

Miller, Max (born 1940) Noh. 1980 screenprint

Montgomery, Anne (born 1908) Windswept. 1929 etching 17.2 x 26.3 cm

Newell, Alice (1876-1966) Magnetic anthills, Darwin. c1938 colour linocut 19 x 29.4 cm

Nolan, Sidney (born 1917) (Kelly at Euroa). c1980

photographic offset lithograph, colour 55.2 x 81.1 cm

(Ned Kelly bound in cart). c1980 colour lithograph 65 x 52.8 cm

(Rider). c1980 photographic offset lithograph, colour 55.9 x 81.7 cm

(Three policemen and Ned Kelly). c1980 colour lithograph 64.8 x 52.8 cm

O'Connell, Ella (born 1900) (Young woman in garden). 1930 linocut 21.2 x 14.4 cm Gift of Frances Derham

New Perry Green. 1939 linocut, hand-coloured 8.8 x 14 cm

Much Hadham. 1945 linocut, hand-coloured 9 x 14 cm

Gift of Mary Turner Shaw

Olsen, Betty (born 1903) (Two birds). 1930s-40s colour linocut 27.1 x 27.2 cm


Palmer, Ethleen (1906-58) On the road to Sydney c1850. 1937 colour linocut 20 x 36.2 cm

The boy on the bridge. 1937 colour linocut 17.7 x 19.7 cm

Horses. 1939 colour linocut 22.7 x 27.6 cm

Twilight fantasy. 1939 colour linocut 29.4 x 34.1 cm

The breaking wave. 1949 colour linocut 22 x 30.3 cm

Perry, Adelaide The Bridge, October 1929 linocut 33 x 44.6 cm

Preston, Margaret (1875-1963) The fountain. c1928 woodcut, hand-coloured 19 x 12.7 cm

Proctor, Thea (1879-1966) The shell. c1917

lithograph 31.8 x 29.6 cm

Robey, Elinor J. (born c1884) Stencil for leatherwork design, Bursaria spinosa motif.

brown paper stencil, pencil 9 x 9.2 cm

Stencil for leatherwork design. brown paper stencil, pencil 21.2 x 5.2 cm

Stencil for leatherwork design. paper stencil, pen and ink, pencil 28.2 x 19.2 cm

Gift of the artist

Salkauskas. Henry (1925-79) (Abstract composition). 1961 screenprint 58.1 x 39.2 cm

(Abstract composition). 1961 screenprint 68.7 x 48.8 cm

Black Harbour. 1961 linocut 51.6 x 36.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Scharf, Theo Australia, Germany (born 1899) Night in a city no. 2: Vorstadt. c1923 etching 11.9 x 15.8 cm

Night in a city no. 5: Railway station. c1923 etching 8.2 x 9.8 cm

Night in a city no. 8: Cinema. c1923 etching 6.8 x 9.8 cm

Night in a city no. 9: Music lovers. c1923 etching 11.5 x 15.6 cm

Night in a city no. 10: Concert. c1923 etching 15.3 x 11.2 cm

Night in a city no. 15: After the concert. c1923 etching 15.7 x 11.7 cm

Night in a city no. 17: Street girl. c1923 etching 7.7 x 7.8 cm

Night in a city no. 20: Dawn. c1923 etching 8.6x11.6 cm

Schmeisser, Jorg Australia, West Germany (born 1942) (Dead tree). 1978 softground, aquatint and relief-etching 34 x 49.4 cm

(Small Ayers Rock). 1978 colour relief etching, softground, aquatint and dry point 14.8 x 14.6 cm

(Ayers Rock II). 1979 colour etching, softground and aquatint 40.5 x 40.3 cm

(Diary and Ayers Rock). 1979 colour etching, softground, photo-etching and aquatint 48.4 x 60.6 cm


(New Year’s card). 1979 etching and aquatint 8 x 7.9 cm

(Aya and Hiobachan). 1980 colour photo-etching, aquatint and transfer ) 60.5 x 45.3 cm

(Diary and Pilbara). 1980 colour etching, photo-etching and aquatint 45 x 60.5 cm

Teramachidori in Kyoto. 1980 colour photo-etching 51.2 x 40 cm

Teramachidori in Kyoto. 1980 colour photo-etching 51.2 x 40 cm

Scott, Ian 1 New Zealand (born 1945) Double. 1979, February colour screenprint 43 x 43 cm

Sharp, Martin (born 1942) Ginger Meggs sings ‘Mammy’ at the school concert. 1979 colour screenprint 70.6 x 70.8 cm

Spowers, Ethel (1890-1947) Still life. 1925 wood-engraving 10.3 x 12.8 cm

Strachan, David (1919-70) 3 Christmas cards. c1960 colour photographic reproduction, various dimensions

Gift of Veronica Rowan, the artist’s sister

Thorpe, Hall (1874-1947) Anchusa. 1920s colour woodcut 30.4 x 24.3 cm

Anemones. 1920s colour woodcut 23.7 x 29.4 cm

A summer bunch. 1920s colour woodcut 48.4 x 32.6 cm

Traill, Jessie (1881-1967) (Hill-top trees). 1911 etching 25.4 x 15.3 cm

The waterhole. 1922 etching 25 x 41.2 cm

The first night, Turret Theatre. 1929 colour aquatint 21 x 13.2 cm

van Raalte, Henri (1881-1929) Street minstrels. c1915 drypoint 28.3 x 32.3 cm

Wallace-Crabbe, Robin (born 1938) (Untitled suite of 8 linocuts, nos l-VIII printed in brown). Published by Port Jackson Press, Sydney.

I Sightless head ... avec chough spirits. 1979 30.8 x 30.8 cm

II Swaddling bird ... avec moon. 1980 31 x 30.8 cm

III Venus, born ... avec bi winged bird. 1980 30.2 x 30.7 cm

IV Habituation of Venus ... avec blinded head- hand. 1980 30.6 x 30.1 cm

V Driver plunges, Venus rises ... avec tree with fleshy leaves. 1980 30.7 x 30.6 cm

VI Venus, drying herself... with bee eater. 1980 30.5 x 30.1 cm

VII Venus and sky reflection ... with high cirrus cloud. 1980 30.3 x 30.6 cm

VIII Aged Venus ... with cat. 1979 30.6 x 27.1 cm


Waller, Napier (1893-1972) The Flight. c1925 colour linocut 13.9 x 15.5 cm

Webb, A.B. (1887-1944) The white sail. c1928 colour woodcut 17.6 x 12.6 cm

Williams, Fred (born 1927) Nude figure. 1954-55 etching on zinc 22.6 x 19.1 cm

(Chorus girls). 1955-56 etching, aquatint and drypoint on zinc 14.8 x 10 cm

Chorus girls. 1956 etching, aquatint and drypoint on zinc 14.9 x 10 cm

John Perceval painting. 1958 drypoint with pencil 27.4 x 29.9 cm

Saplings, Mittagong. 1958-61 aquatint, engraving and drypoint 30.2 x 19.8 cm

(Waterfalls). 1959-61 relief-etching, engraving and drypoint on zinc 24 x 15.4 cm

Knoll in the You Yangs. 1963-64 aquatint, engraving and drypoint on zinc 29.6 x 45.6 cm

Portrait of Martin Smith. 1964-65 etching, engraving and drypoint 9.2 x 7 cm

Landscape with green cloud and owl. 1965-66 etching and aquatint 24.8 x 26.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Wood, Rex (1906-70) Egyptian dance. 1930s colour linocut 12.2 x 9 cm


Dibben; Brown (20th century) Travel: Mount Buffalo National Park. 1930s colour lithograph 101.6 x 63.2 cm

Kelly, Plarry (born 1896) Travel: Tasmania. 1930s colour lithograph 101.3 x 63.3 cm

barter, Richard (born 1929) Exhibition: Paintings by Richard barter at Watters Gallery. c1969 screenprint 53.2 x 45.3 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Lind, Ruby (1887-1919) Mothers! ‘Make the world fit for me: Vote Labour1 colour lithograph on paper laid on board 50.8 x 38.6 cm

Sydney society at artists’ picture show colour lithograph on paper laid on board 53.2 x 38 cm

Lindsay, Lionel; Lindsay, Norman (1874-1961); (1879-1969) Recruitment: Giving him a hand. c1900 colour lithograph 101.8 x 75 cm

Recruitment: There when wanted. c1900 colour lithograph 102.6 x 75 cm

Lindsay, Norman (1879-1969) Recruitment: General plan of campaign for reinforcing the Australian Imperial Force, c 1915 A portfolio containing 18 pages, including 16

pockets which contain 22 individual items, among them 6 large broadsheet lithographic posters.


Loneragen, Charles Advertisement: Power Chief petrol. 1930s colour lithograph 101 x 75 cm

Visit New Zealand. 1930s colour lithograph 98.8 x 71.8 cm

Mitchell, L.C. New Zealand (20th century) Travel: New Zealand. 1930s colour lithograph 100.3 x 66 cm

Northfield (20th century) Travel: Australia, Blue Mountains. 1930s colour lithograph 99.6 x 61.6 cm

Travel: The Grampians. 1930s colour lithograph 101.6 x 63.2 cm

Sellheim, Gert (born 1901) Murray River tours. 1930s colour lithograph and photolithoqraph

101.2 x 63.2 cm

Senbergs, Jan (born 1939) Exhibition: Paintings by Jan Senbergs. c1975 photo-screenprint 79.3 x 54.4 cm

Exhibition: Paintings by Jan Senbergs. c1975 photo-screenprint 79.3 x 54.4 cm Gift of James Mollison

Sharp, Martin (born 1942) Theatre poster: Sideshow in Burlesco. 1979 colour screenprint 102 x 46.2 cm

Luna Park National Trust, colour screenprint 95 x 63.4 cm

Paris Theatre: Pandora's Cross, colour screenprint 101.2x75.8 cm

Krazy. (1979) offset lithograph 42.3 x 28.2 cm

Exhibition: Paintings by Peter Powditch, Gallery A, Sydney, late 1960s colour screenprint on foil-coated paper 76.2 x 51 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Exhibition announcement: Paintings by Martin Sharp linocut 50.6 x 35.8 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Festival of Sydney 1981. 1980 colour screenprint 102 x 75.8 cm Gift of the Sydney Committee Ltd

Stringer, John (bom 1937) Exhibition, Argus Gallery, Melbourne. 1960s linocut 50.6 x 41.7 cm

Exhibition: Prints by John Stringer, Argus Gallery, Melbourne. 1960s screenprint on blue-green card 37.2 x 58.4 cm

Exhibition: Melbourne prints at Royal South Australian Society of Arts, 1960. colour linocut 76 x 48.6 cm

Gift of James Mollison

Trompf (20th century) Travel: Great Barrier Coral Reef. c1933 colour lithograph 97.9 x 61.3 cm

Travel: Visit colourful Queensland. 1930s colour lithograph 103 x 62.9 cm

Travel: Australia in the sun. 1930s colour lithograph 98.4 x 60.8 cm

Unknown Artists (20th century) Travel: National Art Gallery of New South Wales. 1930s

lithograph and photolithoqraph, hand-coloured 101.1 x 62.2 cm

Exhibition: Philip Morris Arts Grant 2nd annual exhibition 1975 reproducing ‘Pink and Silver’ by Michael Taylor. c1975 offset lithograph 83.8 x 59.4 cm

Gift of James Mollison



W.B. (20th century) Travel: North Queensland. 1930s colour lithograph 96.9 x 60.1 cm

Williams, Fred (born 1927) Exhibition: Fred Williams, Recent Paintings. 1978 colour offset lithograph 40.6 x 33 cm

Friends of the Australian Opera: The Magic Flute. 1980 offset lithograph 58.4 x 45.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Willis, Gary; Hopkinson, Simon (born 1947); born (1947) Exhibition: Two artists — painting — Powell Street. 1977

offset lithograph and synthetic polymer paint 30.2 x 21.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

World War II posters A collection of 28 World War II recruiting posters, mainly colour photolithographs,

including designs by Harold Freedman, Harry Kelly and Evaney and Ternes.

Illustrated Books

Gurvich, Rafael (born 1949) Seven day week. (Melbourne), Globe Press, 1977 Containing 21 pages, 7 etchings and 7 poems

by Rafael Gurvich book 28.8 x 1.8 cm

Shapes. 1979 Containing 27 pages, 20 etchings book 38.8 x 28.2 x 11.3 cm

Jacks, Robert (born 1943) Texas sketchbook. 1978 Containing title page and 50 abstract etchings book 26 x 34.5 x 4.4 cm

Lindsay, Norman (1879-1969) Programme for the opening of the first parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia with lithographic cover. 1901

lithograph cover 26.8 x 21 cm

McGrath, Raymond (1903-77) The seven songs of Meadow Lane. A book of poetry and woodcuts. Sydney, J.T. Kirtley, 1924.

Containing 15 pages, one leaf, with 3 vignettes on title pape, justification page with 6 woodcuts by Raymond McGrath book 27.8 x 17.8 cm

Artists’ Books and Ephemera

Bramley-Moore, Mostyn Australia, Great Britain (born 1952) The movement of the brown blanket. November 1975. Containing 4 leaves, text and colour Xerox. Published in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Cold leap. December 1975. Containing 4 leaves, text and colour Xerox. Published in Brooklyn, N.Y.

10 works. Documented between October 1975 and December 1976. 1977. Containing 14 leaves, text and Xerox book 29.2 x 23 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist



B re reton, Sal; Couani, Anna; Bolton, Ken (editors) Magic Sam # 5. Containing 166 pages. Published by Absolutely Furious Productions, Sydney book 26 x 20.6 cm

Brook, Donald (born 1927) The local context. 1976. Booklet containing 4 leaves

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Brown, Mike (born 1938) Ί don’t know what to think about anything, it don’t matter, nohow’. A pamplet for exhibition at Watters Gallery, Sydney. Containing 6 pages

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Burns, Tim (born 1947) Not ceasing to loiter. 1975. Containing 10 leaves, text and Xerox

book 30.6 x 21.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

A pedesterian series of postcards. What about crosswalks in Mildura? New York — Mildura 1976 part 1. Containing 26 leaves, text and colour Xerox

Gift of Tony Twigg

Burns, Tim et al (compilers) (born 1947) A package deal: Assembly book. 1974. Containing 60 leaves, 36 pages of illustration;

contributions by 58 persons. Published in Sydney Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Clarke, Glen (born 1954) Suppression Alienation Oppression. 1979. (4 copies). Containing 4 leaves and 44 pages of i colour Xerox and offset lithograph illustration.

Published by Champion Publications, Prahran, Victoria book 24.8 x 17.8 cm

Cooney, Robert (born 1953) A.O.U.l.T.S. # 1. 1977. (2 copies). Containing 27 leaves, 6 pages of photographic reproduction

Gift of Tony Twigg

Desmond, Michael (born 1950) Art education. 1980 postcard, rubber stamps, pen and ink, collage

9.8 x 13.1 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Frank Art Australia, United States Positioning statements: postcard of the last of a

series of 3 advertisements for Artforum January 78. 1978 postcard, offset lithograph 12.1 x 20.3 cm

Post art. 1978 rubber stamps, typescript, photograph on yellow card, folded 12.8x17.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Greene, Paul (born 1954) Business as usual. 1979. Containing 50 pages of offset lithograph text and illustration. Published by Champion Publications, Prahran, Victoria

book 24.6 x 36.6 cm

Grounds, Marr; Pholeros, Paul (born 1930); (born 1953) Sculpture at the top ends. 1977. Documentation of outdoor sculpture installations. Containing 28

pages of offset lithograph text and illustration book 22 x 30.8 cm Gift of Marr Grounds

Hobba, Leigh; De Gruchy, Ian (born 1949); (born 1950) Freeways; Latrobe University, Melbourne, sculpture show, June-July 1978. Documentation of performance installation. Containing 36 leaves Xerox text and illustration

book 25.4 x 20.3 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist


Hobba, Leigh (born 1949) Sound sculpture; Adelaide Festival Centre Gallery, February 10-March 18, 1979.

Documentation of exhibition. Brochure containing 17 leaves of offset lithograph text and illustration. Published by Experimental Art Foundation, St. Peters, South Australia book 29.7 x 21 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Biennale de Paris. 1980 postcard, colour Xerox 10 x 14.1 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Holleley, Douglas (born 1949) ' Far fetched. 1976. Containing 32 leaves offset lithograph reproductions of photographs book 9.5 x 24.1 cm Gift of Ian North

Hopkins, Ted (born 1949) Teledex. 1980. (2 copies). Book in the form of a flip-up telephone directory, containing 88 offset lithograph pages in a black enamelled metal case. Published by Backyard Press, Prahran, Victoria

Hopkinson, Simon (born 1947) Write here now. (5 copies). Newspaper, 23 pages. Published by Champion Press, Melbourne Gift of Champion Press

Howard, Ian (born 1947) Action man story. 1976. Containing 20 leaves. Published in Montreal Gift of Tony Twigg

Jacks, Robert (born 1943) Red dots hand stamped. 1979. Containing 12 leaves, rubber-stamped. Published by the artist, Sydney book 11.6 x 12.8 cm

Black lines hand stamped. 1980. Containing 27 leaves, rubber-stamped. Published by the artist, Sydney

Robert Jacks, (organizer) (born 1943) Stamp postcards 1980. A set of 15 postcards, rubber-stamped, in wrapper; by Suzanne Archer, Tom Arthur, Tony Coleing, John Firth- Smith, Robert Jacks, Arthur Layden, Mike McMillan, Jennifer Marshall, Robert Owen, Garry Shead, Tim Starrier, Ann Thompson, David van Nunen, Guy Warren and Peter Powditch

Jenkins, Bruce (born 1953) 4 offset lithograph greeting cards, published by Big Leap Graphics. 1980 Starfish. 1980 The secret of the pyramid. 1980 Vision. 1980 Presence. 1981 Gift of the artist

Johnson, Tim (born 1947) Fittings. 1971. Containing 25 leaves, offset

lithograph text and illustration. Published by the artist book 26.2 x 20.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Coincidence. (1971). Containing 37 leaves of offset lithograph illustration. Published by the artist, Newtown, N.S.W.

book 20.8 x 26 cm

ESP: Examples of five spaces in one place. 1976. (2 copies). Containing 10 pages, with offset lithograph text and illustration. Pulished by the artist, Newtown, N.S.W.

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Kennedy, Peter (born 1945) (Concepts at Inhibodress). 1971. Booklet, containing 12 leaves, Xerox

Inhibodress: a personal account — just for the record. 1974. Booklet, containing 4 leaves, Xerox Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist


Kleinert, Ingo (editor) (born 1941) Act 1. An exhibition of performance and participatory art, Canberra, 4-12 November

1978. Pamphlet, prior to exhibition, containing 32 leaves of offset lithograph text and illustration Gift of Tony Twigg

Mullins, Mike Tranzine 1980. Magazine, 44 pages, Xerox 30 x 22 cm

Nicholson, Michael (born 1916) Studio — texts. 1977. Containing 25 leaves offset lithograph. Published by Northern Rivers College of Advanced Education, Lismore, N.S.W.

Gift of Tony Twigg

Nobbs, Christopher (born 1952) Post-man’s view, Cuming Street, Mile End. Containing 40 leaves gelatin silver photographs

Parr, Mike (born 1945) Shadow piece. 1971.

Documentation of event Xerox sheet 27.6 x 21 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Parr, Mike; Danko, Aleks (born 1945); (born 1950) ‘Lafart’ manifesto 18.3.75. 1975 Xerox 32.6 x 20.5 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Peyser, Ruth You can't ignore it! 1980. Containing 69 leaves of colour Xerox text and illustration, rubber-stamped and hand painted

book 21.6 x 28.4 cm

Postcard Preservation Society (publisher) Dubbo, N.S.W. Shazam. 1979 Xerox book, rubber-stamped Gift of Tony Twigg

Pursche, Michael Of one tree 100 leaves. 1977. Containing 100 leaves offset lithograph illustration

book 15.8 x 18.6 cm Gift of Noe! Sheridan, artist

Ramsay, Bob (born 1950) A performance and demonstration — considerations ... of voice, to sand,

Experimental Art Foundation, (Adelaide) Friday 2nd February, 8 pm, sharp. 1979 Performance announcement, 2 leaves, Xerox,

each 29.7 x 21 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Reid, Terry (compiler) (born 1942) Tentatively titled, positively coloured yellow pages: magazine/ directory produced by Terry

Reid for FLUXUS and the Eternal Network in conjunction with the Biennale of Sydney. 1979. Containing 24 pages

offset lithograph each 24.5 x 21.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Robertson, Ian; Callaghan, Michael (organizers) (born 1952); (born 1952) Rare birds with sticky wings. 1978

(24 contributions by 23 artists). Portfolio in envelope, with list of contributors offset lithograph, Xerox, collage Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Sara, Debra How to make the most of living on the dole. 1980 Containing 88 pages. Published by Dove Communications Pty. Ltd., East Malvern, Vic.

book 21 x 13.8 cm

Searle, Ken (born 1951) 10X’S. (6 examples). A bundle of 10 books: Draws, Back Cover, Doodling, Sailing, Daniel, No. 72, Trucks, Little litter, Faces (is this you?),

Untitled. each of the 10 books containing 12 pages offset lithograph

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist


Shark, LeWitt, Vivienne (born 1956) Never mind the exhibition here’s the problems. Containing 36 pages offset lithograph, Xerox, collage; L P record book 31.6 x 32.8 cm

Sharp, Martin (born 1942) Mask (apple, spectacles). 1971. (2 examples). For an event at The Yellow House. Macleay Street, Potts Point, N.S.W. colour lithograph 21.6 x 38.4 cm Gift of James Mollison

Art Book. 1972. Containing 35 offset lithograph colour illustrations. Published by Matthews Miller Dunbar, London book 13.3 x 16 cm

Gift of Tony Twigg

Sheridan, Noel Shadow sandwiches: it’s impossible, vol. 1, no. 1. 1978. Unbound, containing 35 leaves Xerox text and illustrations, collage, coloured inks Gift of the artist

Smith, Terry (editor) (born 1944) Art and Languaage, Australia 1975. 1976 Published by Art and Language Press, Sydney Containing 238 pages offset lithograph text and illustrations book 33.6 x 21.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Stelarc (born 1946) Suspension Events, Japan and West Germany, 1976-80. Documentation of body sculptures

set of 13 postcards, offset lithograph

Event for obsolete body, performed at La Mama, Melbourne, 13 August, 1980. 1980 postcard, offset lithograph, rubber stamps,

collage, typescript 10.6 x 14.8 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Up/ down: event for shaft suspension, performed at Hardware Street Studio, Melbourne, 17 August 1980. 1980 offset lithograph, rubber stamps, collage, typescript 10.6 x 14.8 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Thompson, Dorothy (born 1953) Who are the journalists of your mind? 1977 (2 copies). Published by Experimental Art Foundation, St. Peters, South Australia Containing 32 pages

offset lithograph illustration Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Tillers, Imants (born 1950) Rendezvous with configuration P. 1978 Published by Experimental Art Foundation, St Peters, South Australia. Containing 14 pages offset lithograph text and illustration. Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Tipping, Richard (born 1949) Sydney harbour bridge: a proposal for a monumental poem. 1978. Unbound, containing 7 leaves Xerox text and illustration

Bold cold fold gold hold sold told, etc. May 1979. Containing 26 leaves, rubber stamps and pencil on pink tissue paper book 9.4 x 10 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Todd, Geoffrey (born 1950) New idea. 1977.

Containing 12 pages of illustrations by Geoffrey Todd, screenprint, pen and ink, pencil watercolour, coloured pencils book 30.6 x 2.3 cm

A concise history of modern painting. 1978. Containing 146 pages of telephone book and offset lithograph illustration, fibre-tipped pen, pen and ink, watercolour book 25.4 x 20.8 cm


How to draw books No. I — The human figure. 1978. Containing 8 pages coloured offset lithograph book 23 x 14.6 cm

How to draw books No. 2 — The landscape. 1978. Containing 20 pages of offset lithograph text and illustration, rubber stamps book 23 x 14.8 cm

Oni. 1978. Containing 10 pages and one leaf, with 10 colour lithograph illustrations book 38.2 x 26.1 cm

Snow-White and the seven dwarfs. 1978 Containing 10 pages of cloth with screenprint text and illustration book 43.2 x 25.2 cm

Sculpture. 1976 watercolour linocut 63.8 x 42.2 cm

Shopping bag sculpture. 1978 screenprint on plastic bag 48.8 x 70.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Tully, Peter (bom 1949) Urban Tribalwear. 1980 Set of 20 postcards, colour Xerox, rubber stamps, (plus one duplicate) Gift of James Mollison

Tyndall, Peter (born 1951) Kookaburras don’t do art. 1980 postcard, offset lithograph 15.2 x 10.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Unknown Artists The society for other photography. 1981 postcard, rubber stamps and collage 10.2 x 15 cm

Gift of Ian North

Justifiable homicide ... releas Violet and Bruce Roberts NOW postcard, colour offset lithograph 11.9 x 15 cm

Gift of Tony Twigg

Hutt River Province stamps, first day of issue cover, 15 November 1973 5 postage stamps on envelope 10.2 x 22.8 cm

Gift of Tony Twigg

Various Artists 40 postcards by final year students, Visual Communications Workshop, Canberra School of

Art, 1980; by John Bleaney, Jacki Craig, Jenny Crook, Marcia Gray, Ian Hunter, Shirley Manning, Alison Sexton, Marianne Smee, Sara

Twigg-Patterson and unknown artists. With an exhibition poster: Its all show, final year students, Visual Communications Workshop, Canberra School of Art, at Melville Hall Annex Gallery, Australian National University, 20-27

October, 1980. Gift of final year students, Visual Communications Workshop, Canberra School of Art, 1980

Whyte, Robert Inter dada co. 1980 postcard, Xerox, pen and ink, rubber stamps 8.6 x 14.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Willis, Gary; Hopkinson, Simon (born 1947); -Two artists— painting — Powell Street: Powell Street Gallery, Monday 24th October — Saturday 29th October. 1977

postcard, exhibition announcement offset lithograph, 10.8 x 20 cm

Two artists — painting — Powell Street. 1977 exhibition poster offset lithograph and synthetic polymer paint 30.2 x 21.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist


Worstead, Paul (born 1950) Life modelling and casting news. 1974. (16 copies). 16 issues of a magazine distributed at the National Art School, East Sydney Technical College. Each issue different size, various media: Xerox, screenprint, offset lithograph, welded steel sheets, collage, photographs, pen and ink, coloured pencils, synthetic polymer paint, cloisonne enamel, rubber stamps, cut-outs, fold-outs, cloth. No. 1: no. 3, Remember cubism; no. 15 (vol 2,

no. 2), Art as a clue to the secret of success; no. 17, Out on the lawn I lie in bed; no. 18, Youth liked the music but soon fell asleep (2 copies); no. 19. Jumping still stilling until: no. 20. Middle class sculpture issue; no 24, Memoirs of a toilet cleaning man: no. 25, Casting life modelling and news; no. 29, What's your problem, Buddy: no. 32, Asian persuasion; no. 34, Old art students; no. 35, The murder mystery: On steel, no. 1; Traction; Trivia makes the world go round. Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Film, Video, Audio

Fisher, John (born 1921) Notebook II lectures: Central Street Gallery 1976. 1980 4 audiotapes; notebook, 50 photocopied leaves of text; typescript explanatory note; 149

phototransparencies, 35 mm

Frank, Dale (born 1958) Bloody minded (5 performances): 1 Wallforce. 2 Gaze, bloody-minded. 3 Planebreath. 4 Burn. 5 Cast South. 1980 videotape, 1.8 cm, 60 minutes, black and white,


Mag Magazin 7. (S.I.), Dale Franks MSCCCPL, 1980: an audio performance in 2 suites. (1980) audiotape, 90 minutes Gift of the artist

Glasheen, Michael Uluru, 1977 videotape, 1.8 cm, 24 minutes, colour, sound

Hobba, Leigh; De Gruchy, Ian; Stokes, John (born 1949); -Aboriginal country music festival. Adelaide,

South Australia, 1979 audiotape, colour offset lithograph cover; with book, 36 pages Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Parr, Mike (born 1945) Cathartic action/ Social gestus No 5. 1977 videotape, 1.8 cm, 20 minutes, colour, sound

Ramsay, Bob (born 1950) Read. 1977 videotape, 1.8 cm, 38 minutes, black and white,


Of voice to sand. 1979 videotape, 1.8 cm, 40 minutes, black and white, sound

Various Artists New directions in New Zealand music: a festival of New Zealand music and sound installations by New Zealand composers. 1979 record, offset lithograph sleeve, booklet Gift of the National Art Gallery, Wellington. New Zealand




Allan, Micky (born 1944) The prime of life: a group of 12 photographs. 1979-80

gelatin-silver prints, hand-coloured

Benyon, Margaret Great Britain, Australia (born 1940) Binding. 1979 hologram, pen and ink, gouache on brown

paper, transparent synthetic polymer resin, cardboard, glass 25 x 20 cm

Brown, Irene (born 1898) A collection of 548 items, including 53 glass plate negatives, 83 negatives, 4 black and white

photographs mounted on board, 27 black and white photographs mounted on card, 2 black and white photographs mounted with calendar,

3 presentation folders and 14 awards.

Cazneaux, Harold (1878-1953) (Cabbies). 1904 bromide print 15.3 x 21.1 cm Gift of the Cazneaux family

Street up. c1905 bromide print 27.2 x 22.2 cm Gift of the Cazneaux family

Lighting up, Albion Street, Surry Hills. 1906 bromide print 25.9 x 23 cm

(Ά passing glance'). c1906 sepia-toned bromide print 18.2 x 13.7 cm

(Landscape with cottage). 1907 bromide print, sepia 9.5 x 14.7 cm

Kerbside Entertainers. 1908 bromide print 27.9 x 24.4 cm

(Portrait of a young woman). 1908 bromide print, sepia 13.1 x 19.3 cm

Wynyard Lane. 1908 bromide print 16.3 x 10.1 cm

(Misty morning, North Sydney). c1908 oil print 9.5 x 7.8 cm

Narrabeen sand dunes. c1909 platinum print 16.5 x 23 cm

Pyrmont bridge. c1909 bromoil print 25.2 x 29.9 cm

Rift in the fog. c1909 bromide print 17.3 x 21.9 cm

(Lane in Redfern). c1910 bromide print 30.5 x 19 cm

(Miller’s Point tram terminus). c1910 bromide print 24.7 x 29.8 cm

Old alley-way. C1910-20 bromide print 23.9 x 18.5 cm

Argyle Cut wool team. 1912 bromoil print 13.2 x 22.2 cm

Children of the Rocks, Argyle Cut. 1912 gelatin silver print 23.6 x 27.7 cm

Puncture in Pitt St. c1912 bromide print 27.8 x 24.3 cm Gift of the Cazneaux family

(Old horse punt, Dawes Point). c1912-16 bromide print 20.6 x 28.9 cm

M. Guillaux aloft. 1914 sepia-toned bromide print 11.8 x 20.4 cm

Old Scots Church from Jamison Street. c1915 bromide print 26.6 x 21.9 cm

Castlereagh Street, Sydney. 1917 bromide print 25.6 x 16.4 cm


Pyrmont. 1917 bromide print 18 x 10.9 cm

(Going home, Argyle Cut). c1918 bromide print 28.7 x 21.7 cm

Peace after war, and memories. c1918 bromide print 26.7 x 30.2 cm

Wet day, Phillip Street, Saint Stephen’s Church spire. c1918 bromide print 27 x 16.8 cm

('Little Ann in Australia'). 1919 gelatin paper print 28.9 x 17.8 cm

Rowe Street evening. 1919 bromide print 21.2 x 16.3 cm

Storm over Sydney. 1920 bromide print 24.6 x 29.1 cm

('Greystanes'). c1920 bromide print, sepia 43.8 x 35.6 cm

(Shadows of steel). c1920 bromoil print 28.7 x 24.1 cm

(Old Scots Church, Corner of York and Jamison Street). c1924 bromide print 29.7 x 23.2 cm

(Outward Bound or Tugs in Charge). 1924-28 bromide print 23.5 x 27.3 cm

(Anna Pavlova). 1926 bromide print 22.1 x 17.6 cm

(The Old and the New', Harbour Bridge). C1929 bromide print 29.5 x 23.5 cm

(‘Roof of Australia’). c1932 bromoil print 24.4 x 33.5 cm

Which track? c1950 sepia-toned bromide print 24.7 x 27.8 cm

A Sydney waterside bromoil print 17.6 x 13 cm

(Mountain flowers) bromoil print 29.3 x 34.8 cm

(Old style merry-go-round) bromide print 18.6 x 30.4 cm

(Portrait of Gracie) gelatin paper print, red-toned 11 x 7,1 cm

(Portrait of Mary Peisley) bromide print, sepia 27 x 22.1 cm

(Portrait of woman holding a bunch of dahlias) gelatin paper print, sepia 17.1 x 12.8 cm

(Pyrmont Bridge, farewell scene) bromide print 24.4 x 34 cm

Rapid Bay, South Australia bromoil print, green-toned 27.7 x 35.4 cm

Tyres of steel gelatin silver print 28.6 x 24 cm

Willow Cafe, Kings Cross (originally titled MacLeay St) gelatin silver print 25.7 x 19.1 cm

(‘Wind in the poplars’) bromoil print 21.2 x 25.3 cm

(Woman holding flowers) platinum print 14.3 x 10.7 cm

(Young woman sitting in a chair holding an open - book) gelatin paper print, red-toned 12.8 x 19.7 cm

Danko, Aleks (born 1950) (Self-portrait) gelatin silver print 5.2 x 6.4 cm Gift of Daniel Thomas

Davis, John (born 1936) Tree piece. 1973 3 gelatin silver prints, various dimensions



Delacour, John (born 1948) (Closed door and small painting): from a group of 14 photographs of Daniel Thomas’ flat, Juniper Hall, 1980. Type C’ print 20.2 x 25.4 cm

(Interior views of Daniel Thomas’ flat, Juniper Hall, Paddington, Sydney.) 1980 14 Type C’ prints each 20.2 x 25.3 cm

(Side table with glassware, chair and magazine): from a group of 14 photographs of Daniel Thomas’ flat, Juniper Hall, 1980. Type C’ print 20.2 x 25.2 cm

Godden, Christine (born 1947) Rainbow over bowling green. 1978-80 Type C' print 37.3 x 28.4 cm

Pink cloud panorama 1. 1980 Type C' print 30.8 x 46.4 cm

Pink cloud panorama 3. 1980 Type C’ print 30.8 x 46.3 cm

Pink cloud panorama 4. 1980 Type C' print 30.8 x 46.4 cm

Howe, Graham Australia, United States (born 1950) Jacob cream crackers. 1977 gelatin silver print 33.6 x 45.4 cm

(Blanket on the rocks). 1978 gelatin silver print 32.4 x 41.8 cm

(Stakes in a row). 1978 gelatin silver print 20 x 25.2 cm

(Stakes in ground). 1978 toned gelatin silver print 19.4 x 24.5 cm

Death Valley. 1979 gelatin silver print 33.1 x 43.3 cm

(Multifoliate landscape I). 1979 gelatin silver print 32.4 x 45.8 cm

(Multifoliate landscape IV). 1979 gelatin silver print 32.4 x 45.6 cm

(Tennis court). 1979 gelatin silver print 34.4 x 43.4 cm

(Potatoes, shells, rocks and plants). 1980 gelatin silver print, rubber stamps, offset lithograph, fibre-tipped pen and red ballpoint pen 14.6 x 15.8 cm

Gift of Daniel Thomas

Kauffmann, John (1864-1942) Fairy woods. c1910-20 carbon print 17.4 x 25 cm

(City corner). c1910-30 carbon print 14.1 x 19.6 cm

(Pillars and building). c1910-30 sepia-toned carbon print 29.3 x 21 cm

St Kilda Road. c1910-30 sepia-toned bromide print 21.9 x 30.4 cm

(Street scene with telegraph poles and church). C1910-30 carbon print 30.4 x 23.8 cm

The National Bank. c1910-30 carbon print 23.4 x 15.9 cm

The veteran of the woods. c1929 sepia-toned carbon print 36.7 x 27.4 cm

Victory. c1929 bromide print 37.9 x 27.6 cm

N.Z. White Glory Pea. c1930 bromide print 30.9 x 22.4 cm

Sunlight thro’ Acanthus leaf. c1930-31 bromide print 30.8 x 22.6 cm

Acanthus leaf in sunlight, c 1930-40 carbon print 22.5 x 30.5 cm

African leather leaf, c 1930-40 bromide print


African leather leaf, c 1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 31.3 x 23.2 cm

Azaleas, c 1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 22.6 x 30.8 cm

Begonias, c 1930-40 bromide print 30.2 x 20.7 cm

(Blossom), c 1930-40 bromide print 31 x 22.7 cm

(Daisies). c1930-40 bromide print 30.6 x 23.2 cm

Euronymus Japonicus. c1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 22.9 x 29.2 cm

Fantasy. c1930-40 green and sepia-toned carbon print 23.2 x 30.7 cm

(Fern), c 1930-40 bromide print 31 x 22.1 cm

(Ferns). c1930-40 carbon print 22.9 x 18.6 cm

(Flower), c 1930-40 bromide print 30.3 x 21.5 cm

(Flower). c1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 21.3 x 30.7 cm

(Flower and leaves), c 1930-40 bromide print 23.5 x 30 cm

(Flowers). c1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 23.2 x 30.8 cm

Fuchsias, c 1930-40 bromide print 30.2 x 22.9 cm

Fungus, c 1930-40 carbon print 17.9 x 23.2 cm

Garrya Elliptica necklace bush. c1930-40 bromide print 29.9 x 22.2 cm

Green-leaf Deodar. c1930-40 bromide print 23 x 31.3 cm

Heart leaf rock foil, c 1930-40 bromide print 30 x 24.2 cm

Hebranthus advenus. c1930-40 bromide print 22.4 x 30.9 cm

Hydrangea. c1930-40 bromide print 27.5 x 36.6 cm

Jungle, c 1930-40 bromide print 30.5 x 22.8 cm

Kangaroo apple, c 1930-40 bromide print 23.6 x 29.7 cm

King cactus, c 1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 36 x 26.7 cm

(Leaf and blossom), c 1930-40 bromide print 30.4 x 23.2 cm

(Leaf study), c 1930-40 bromide print 30.4 x 22.7 cm

Leaves in sunlight, c 1930-40 carbon print 23.4 x 31.2 cm

Myrtle, c 1930-40 carbon print 23 x 31.1 cm

Narcissus, c 1930-40 bromide print 30.6 x 22.9 cm

New Zealand ti-tree. c1930-40 sepia-toned bromide print 23 x 30.6 cm

Pittosporum. c 1930-40 bromide print 30.8 x 24 cm

(Plant fronds). c1930-40 bromide print 30.3 x 23.4 cm

Rose, c 1930-40 bromide print 18.1 x 23.7 cm

Shadow play, c 1930-40 bromide print 30.7 x 21.9 cm


Silver sheen. c1930-40 carbon print 31.2 x 23.6 cm

(Small plant), c 1930-40 carbon print 23.5 x 30.2 cm

The butterfly, c 1930-40 carbon print 27.3 x 23.3 cm

(Tuft of grass), c 1930-40 carbon print 13.9 x 19.4 cm

Water lily, Nymphaea Nelba. c 1930-40 carbon print 26 x 36 cm

White Broome. c1930-40 bromide print 24.3 x 30.3 cm

A Bavarian Home, carbon print 16.3 x 21.8 cm

A chestnut grove in Autumn, sepia-toned carbon print 22.7 x 28.6 cm

A Swiss homestead, carbon print 21 x 28.7 cm

(Boy and boat turned on its side on grass), bromide print 17,8 x 22.5 cm

(Branch). carbon print 30.6 x 23.9 cm

Bush fire. bromide print 22 x 29.1 cm

Colombs breakwater, carbon print 21.6 x 29.7 cm

Design for frieze, bromide print 20.7 x 30.6 cm

Fairy tree. carbon print 17.3 x 24.2 cm

Fantasy. green-toned carbon print 22.3 x 29.1 cm

(Gardens scene), bromide print 21.9 x 30.3 cm

(Ferns and trees), carbon print 29.1 x 20.9 cm

Filigree. carbon print 17.2 x 24.1 cm

Nocturne. carbon print 28.5 x 23 cm

On the Lake of Thun, carbon print 16.1 x 28.5 cm

Prelude. green-toned bromide print 19.1 x 27.8 cm

Sagentobel water-fall Zurich, carbon print 29 x 20.7 cm

(Ships). blue-toned carbon print 19.8 x 26.6 cm

(Steps). bromide print 23.3 x 29.9 cm

(Sunlight on grass), carbon print 22.5 x 29.9 cm

The boatman. carbon print 21.9 x 29.4 cm

The Duckpond. carbon print 16.9 x 22.4 cm

The lighthouse. bromide print 29.8 x 23.1 cm

The Marquee. carbon print 21.6 x 28.6 cm

The nomad’s home, carbon print 24.8 x 29.6 cm

The quarry. carbon print 22.8 x 30.7 cm

The shadow on the wall, bromide print 28.9 x 20.9 cm

The stately gum. sepia-toned carbon print 24.6 x 24.3 cm

The Wetterhorn. carbon print 21.6 x 29.7 cm


The winchman. carbon print 27.0 x 19.2 cm

The workshop. carbon print 15.6 x 21.5 cm

Tree and shadow, carbon print 19.1 x 25.8 cm

(Trees). carbon print 30 x 22.9 cm

(Trees and grass), carbon print 21.8 x 29.8 cm

Moore, David (born 1927) Western distributor forms 3. 1979 gelatin silver print 20 x 30.4 cm

Western distributor forms 5. 1979 gelatin silver print 30.5 x 20 cm

Western distributor forms 6. 1979 gelatin silver print 362 x 176.3 cm Gift of David Moore

Western distributor form 7. 1979 2 gelatin silver prints 151 x 59.5 cm and 160 x 60 cm Gift of David Moore

Western distributor multiple 2. 1979 gelatin silver print 14.4 x 19 cm

Western distributor sequence 2. 1979 gelatin silver print 37.5 x 54.9 cm

Western distributor sequence 3. 1979 gelatin silver print 28.4 x 44.2 cm

Western distributor abstract 1. 1980 gelatin silver print 43.3 x 37 cm

Western distributor abstract 2. 1980 gelatin silver print 38 x 41.7 cm

Parr, Mike Australia (born 1945) Black Box, Theatre of Self-Correction, part 1.

1979 documentation of performances 1-6 and associated images by John Delacour. ‘cibachrome’ and gelatin silver prints, various dimensions

(Chickens): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.7 x 35.2 cm

(Double-headed figure): from a group of photographs, 'Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 35.1 x 23.7 cm

(Head and shoulders wrapped in banner): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 33.8 x 35.1 cm

(Man with a book): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.7 x 35.1 cm

(People in a gallery): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.7 x 35.1 cm

(Photographer): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 35.2 x 23.7 cm

(Semi-naked man): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.7 x 35.1 cm

(Smashing ice): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.7 x 35.1 cm

(Woman kneeling with plastic sheet): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney’. 1979 gelatin silver print 23.6 x 35.1 cm

(Young man and elderly man with flying budgerigars): from a group of photographs, ‘Biennale of Sydney . 1979 gelatin silver print 33.7 x 35.2 cm


Perry, Tony (born 1944) (Abstraction). 1979 gelatin silver print 31.5 x 21.2 cm

(Female torso and rope). 1979 gelatin silver print 21.3 x 31.4 cm

(Nude figure). 1979 gelatin silver print 21.3 x 31.5 cm

(Portrait of a woman). 1979 gelatin silver print 21.3 x 31.5 cm

(Spectacles next to checkerboard). 1979 gelatin silver print 31.5 x 21.4 cm

(Woman's back and bottom). 1979 gelatin silver print 21.3 x 31.5 cm

(Woman lifting her vest). 1979 gelatin silver print 31.5 x 21.4 cm

(Woman seated on a couch). 1979 gelatin silver print 21.3 x 31.5 cm

(Woman with lowered head holding onto the bottom of her vest). 1979 gelatin silver print 31.5 x 21.3 cm

Stelarc (born 1946) Suspension Events. Events for stretched skin. 1976

Documentation of performance works. 7 gelatin silver prints, each approx 41 x 62 cm or 62 x 41 cm

Thompson, Dorothy (bom 1953) Budgie Lecture. Documentation of performance work. 1976

15 gelatin prints, black and red fibre-tipped pen, cardboard 101.8 x 63.8 cm

Unknown Artist Photograph of Colin Lanceley's sculpture ‘Icarus'. 1964 gelatin silver print 30.4 x 25.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Various Artists Australian photograph album including works by J.W. Beattie and Henry King, from the collection

of W.A. Gosse. 41 albumen or gelatin silver prints, various dimensions

Decorative Arts

Arbuz, Mark (born 1953) ‘Shorty pyjamas', carrier bag. 1979 leather 3 tea-towels. 1980

screenprints on cotton

Batty, Joyce (born 1914) Scarf, aquilegia motif. 1931 stencil on silk Gift of Jess Gazzard

Arthur Merric Boyd Pottery, Murrumbeena, Victoria (c1948-62) Neil Douglas, born 1911, decorator leaves and rushes', jug. c1955 earthenware

Baker, Christina Asquith (1868-1960) Rug, floral motif. c1935 cotton and woollen fabrics

W.C. Bennett Pottery, Adelaide (established c1868) Flower trough. c1925 earthenware

Benwell, Stephen (born 1953) Vase. 1979 Vase. 1980



William Brownfield & Son, Cobridge, Great Britain (1850-91) The Australian Bush’, 2 plates from the Sylvan service. 1875 earthenware

Butchart, Eva (c1875-1955) Rug.1931 cotton, wool, linen Gift of Frances Derham

Car, Eric (born 1936) Ladle, kangaroo-paw motif. 1980 silver

Danciger, Alice (born 1914) ‘Voyage within a dream’, scarf. 1947 screenprint on wool Gift of an anonymous donor

Deerbon, Una (1882-1971) Vase. c1949 earthenware

Derham, Frances (born 1894) Fabric, koala and possum motifs. 1931 potato cut on cotton

Frances Derham, designer Country Women’s Association badge. 1929 enamels on metal Victoria League medal. 1929


Dodd, Margaret (born 1941) This woman is not a car’. 1977 earthenware

Flamingo Park, Sydney (established 1973) Linda Jackson, born 1950, designer Jenny Kee, born 1947, fabric designer Jacket and skirt in Kee corroboree fabric. 1980

screenprint on cotton, quilted

Jenny Kee, born 1947, designer Jan Ayers, born 1947, knitter The Wattle', dress. 1980, design 1977 wool, mohair

Kau Abor leggings and scarf. 1980 cotton

Bruce Goold, born 1948, designer Waratah T-shirt. 1980 screenprint on cotton

Frances Burke Fabrics Pty Ltd, Melbourne (established 1937) A collection of 22 furnishing fabrics. c1937-68

screenprints on cotton and on linen

Godlee, Norah (born 1900) Plate. c1920 painted decoration on porcelain blank Gift of the artist

Goodchild, Doreen (born 1900) Pair of bookends. 1930, design 1927 earthenware

Grieve, Rachel (1884-1977) Place-mat, moon and stars motif. C1950 linen Gift of Richard J. and Kathleen Montgomery

Hall, Anne (born 1945) The Harold Holt Pool1 , vase. 1980 earthenware

Hall, Rita (born 1947) 3 furnishing fabrics. 1978-79 screenprints on cotton

Castle Harris, c1892-c1962 Vase, with fish motif. c1940 earthenware

Harris, Mary P. (1891-1979) Batik picture, mother and child. c1928 dye on silk


Headley, Christopher (born 1951) 'Flying carpet’. 1980


C.T. Maling and Sons (Ltd), Newcastle-on-Tyne, Great Britain (1890-1963)

Jug, ‘Anzac’ design. c1930 earthenware

Hinder, Frank (born 1906) ‘Wilderness’, marquetry panel. 1932 wood veneers on plywood

Modern Ceramic Products, Redfern, New South Wales (c1948-50) Vase. c1948 earthenware

Hughan, H.R. (born 1893) Jar. c1950-55 Platter, lotus motif. c1958

Box, flannel flower motif. 1980 Box, leaf motif. 1980 stoneware

Mount, Nick (born 1952) Funnel and cylinder. 1980 Funnel. 1980 glass

Jenyns, Lorraine (born 1945) ‘Down the Nile for a while’. 1980 earthenware

Mullens, Mira (1884-1976) Notebook cover, moth motif. c1925 Handbag, gumnut motif. c1925 leather

Lamrock, Bruce (born 1947) ‘Art is a red herring’, T-shirt. 1977 screenprint on cotton

Gift of Janet Cosh

Newell, Alice (1876-1966) Box, gumnut motif. c1927

Larsen, Helge; Lewers, Darani (born 1929); (born 1936) Sugar bowl and cream jug. 1971 silver

wood, coloured inks Runner, black-eyed susan motif. c1950 embroidery cottons and silks on cotton Supper-cloth, Australian flora border. c1955 embroidery silks on linen

Lemberg, Hanna (born 1900) The sentinel’, hanging. 1980 embroidery cottons on cotton

Newell, Lucy (born 1906) Tea-cloth and 6 napkins, flowering gum motif. c1950

Linton, James W.R. (1869-1947) Casket, ibis and floral motifs. c1935 brass, cloisonne enamel

linocut on linen Food cover, gum-blossom motif. c1950 linocut on cotton Gift of Elinor J. Robey

Lowe, Allan (born 1907) Jar. c1950 earthenware

Lucy Newell, born 1906 Alice Newell, 1876-1966, designer ‘Sherbrooke Forest’, hanging. c1950 Tea-cloth, black-eyed susan motif. c1950

linocuts on linen


O'Connell, Michael (1897-1976) Scarf. c1934 batik on silk Tea-cloth, Australian bush motifs. c1934

linocut on linen 12 furnishing fabrics. c1931-c1936 linocuts on silk and on linen

Pate, Klytie (born 1912) Vase, with dragon motif. 1937 earthenware Gift of Alisoun Grevis-James

Plate, with scarab motif. 1939 'High diving’, vase. c1949 Jar. c1956 Bowl. c1963 Bottle. c1967 Jar, pheasant motif. 1979 earthenware

'Pisces', plaque. c1939 bronze

Peter Stripes Fabrics, Melbourne (established 1977)

Peter Stripes, born 1941, designer 3 hangings. 1979 screenprints on cotton 5 furnishing fabrics. 1979 screenprints on cotton

Neil McLean, born 1950, designer 'Gum leaves’, furnishing fabric. 1979 screenprint on cotton

Potter, David (born 1955) 2 vases. 1979 stoneware 'Venus 1 ’, vase. 1979 porcelain

Prenzel, Robert (1866-1941) Fireplace surround, waterlily motifs. c1910 Queensland black bean

Preston, Margaret (1875-1963) Vase. c1912 stoneware

Robey, Elinor J. (born c1884) Book cover. c1950 Handkerchief pocket. c1950 embroidery silks and cottons on linen Gift of the artist

Rushforth, Peter (born 1920) Vase. 1980 stoneware

Sainthill, Loudon (1918-69) Vase, dancing negresses motif. c1935 earthenware

Sargison’s, Hobart (established 1928) Harold Sargison, born 1885, designer Pair of serving spoons. 1980 silver

Shelley Potteries Ltd, Longton, Great Britain (established 1925) Vase, Parliament House, Canberra, vignette. c1926 porcelain Gift of Ruth McNicoll

Simpson, Jessie (1875-1965) ‘Magpie vase'. 1917 Dish. c1925 painted decoration on porcelain blanks

Steiner, Henry (1835-1914) Mourning bangle. c1880 gold, jet, seed pearls, diamonds Joseph Brown Fund

Szonyi, Stefan (born 1945) ‘Camera obscura’. 1980 earthenware, brass, glass


Thompson, Mark (born 1949) The Martyrdom of Christopher the Unwise’. 1980 porcelain, silver

Unknown Artists Deloraine, Tasmania 'Jimmy Possum' chair. c1925 blackwood Gift of Diana Cameron

New South Wales Screen, Australian flora and fauna motifs. c1895 blackwood; embroidery silks and cottons on


Tasmania Work-box. c1825 whalebone, huon pine, pine, velvet

Tasmania Sofa. c1840 cedar, upholstery

Tasmania Chest of drawers, fern spatter-work decoration. c1890 pine, black paint

Australia Timetable cover, waratah motif. c1920 Matchbook cover, flannel flower motif. c1925 leather

Gift of Janet Cosh

Australia Grace M. Valentine, designer 'Narcissus', doily. c1929 cotton Gift of Marjorie and Donald Graham

Australia Doily, kangaroo motif. c1915 cotton Gift of Mewetts Antiques

Australia ‘Our Hero, We’re Proud of Him, Anzac, 1915’, sampler. 1915 crocheted cotton Gift of Toni and Peter Bessant

Australia Tea-cloth, poinsettia motif. c1920 embroidery cottons on linen Gift of an anonymous donor

Wendt, J.M. (1830-1917) Mounted emu egg. c1875 silver, emu egg

Whiteley, Brett (born 1939) Vase, torso form. c1972 stoneware

Brett Whiteley, born 1939, decorator Derek Smith, born 1931, potter Vase, platypus and hawk decoration. c1974 stoneware

J.S. & A.B. Wyon, London, Great Britain Medal for the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia. c1887 silver

Wyon, Allan, London, Great Britain (1843-1907) National Gallery of Victoria Travelling Scholarship medal. Awarded to Meyer Alston. 1902

bronze ,

Theatre Arts

Bainbridge, John, set and costume designer Australia. Great Britain (1918-78) Rehearsal of Borovansky ballet Sea Legend: production photograph. c1947

gelatin silver photograph 16.6 x 24 cm Gift of Nan Bainbridge, widow of the artist

Irvine, Greg (born 1947) Set design for Scheherazade. 1979

gouache, pencil, gold paint and varnish on cardboard 75.6 x 126.6 cm


Rowell, Kenneth (born 1920) A collection of theatre designs and related material consisting of costume and set designs,

sketchbooks, photographs, programmes, brochures, coloured slides, a press cutting book and related material from 1947-80.

Sainthill, Loudon Australia, Great Britain (1919-69) Costume design for Mrs Rossiter from The Right Honourable Gentlemen. c1965 coloured pencils, pencil, brush and ink on green

paper 54.8 x 37.4 cm Gift of Miss Coral Browne

A c q u is itio n s L ist -— International Art

European Paintings and Sculptures before 1850 Unknown Germany

Scenes from the Passion diptych. 19th century ivory and brass and nails 19.6 x 18.4 cm Gift of Professor and Mrs H.W. Arndt

European and American Paintings and Sculptures 1850-1950

Avery, Milton United States (1893-1965) The artist’s wife. 1944 oil on canvas 122.2 x 81.4 cm

Derain, Andre France (1880-1954) Self portrait in the studio. c1903 oil on canvas 42.2 x 34.6 cm

Bourgeois, Louise United States (born 1911) C.O.Y.O.T.E. 1941, repainted 1948 wood, synthetic polymer paint 137.4x213x28.9 cm

Cornell, Joseph United States (1903-72) Untitled (Hotel du Cygne). c 1952-55 wood, oil paint, collaged paper 48.7 x32.4 x 11.2 cm

Untitled (Les Caprices de Gizelle). c 1946-48 collage, glass, velvet, vinyl, cardboard, ink stain 23 x 21 x 10.8 cm

Untitled (Owl box), c 1946-48 wood, glass, collage and electric light 36.2 x 29.2 x 16.5 cm

Epstein, Jacob Great Britain (1880-1959) Woman possessed. 1932

Hoptonwood stone 43.2 x 101.6 x 50.8 cm

Exter, Alexander USSR, France (1882-1949) Puppet for film ‘Aelita’. c1926 watercolour on cardboard, cotton, wire, steel and tacks 26.2 x 12.2 x 5.7 variable

Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri >

France, Great Britain (1891-1915) Firebird. 1912 plaster 63.6 x 34 x 27.2 cm

Lachaise, Gaston France, United States (1882-1935) Floating figure. 1927 cast 1979-80 by the Modern Art Foundry, New York: 3rd of an edition of 6 bronzes


Matisse. Henri France (1869-1954) Europa and the Bull. c1929 oil on canvas 101.2 x 153.2 cm

Nadelman, Elie France, United States (1882-1946) Horse. c1911 plaster 92.8 x 72.6 x 27.2 cm

Monet, Claude France (1840-1926) Waterlilies. 1910-20 oil on canvas 181 x 201 cm

Solomon, Abraham Great Britain (1824-1862) Second Class — the parting. Thus part we rich in sorrow, parting poor’. 1854

oil on canvas 69.4 x 96.6 cm

Contemporary Paintings and Sculptures

Arakawa, Shusaku Japan, United States (born 1936) Distance of point blank B. 1978 synthetic polymer paint on canvas

195.5 x 304.8 cm

Ahearn, John United States (born 1951) Steve Brown — NYC (lying on side of face). 1980 synthetic polymer paint on plaster cast 37.4 x 41.5 x 23.2 cm

Unknown — Bronx (lying on back of head). 1980 synthetic polymer paint on plaster cast 41.5 x 40.2 x 21.9 cm

Albers, Josef Germany, United States (1889 — 1976) Homage to the square: on an early sky. 1964 oil composition board 122 x 122 cm

Beuys, Joseph West Germany (born 1921) Stripes from the House of the Shaman 1964-72. (1980) felt, wood, coats, skin, rubber tube, pamphlets,

copper, ground minerals; variable installation

Bhavsar, Natvar India, United States (born 1934) E-JNA. 1970 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 274 x 111.8 cm

SHA-DHA. 1970 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 274 x 111.8 cm

Buckley, Stephen Great Britain (born 1944) Untitled. 1979 oil on canvas on board 40 x 40.5 x 4.6 cm

Untitled. 1980 oil on composition board 40 x 35.4 x 1.6 cm

Budd, David United States (born 1925) Surface and sound. 1972 oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas 213.8 x 213.3 cm

Craig-Martin, Michael Great Britain (born 1941) On the shelf: 15 milk bottles containing water, on a metal shelf supported on brackets. (1971) glass, water, metal 52 x 124.4 x 15.4 cm

Dine, Jim United States (born 1935) An animal. (1961) oil and pelt on canvas 183 x 153

Elk, Ger van The Netherlands (born 1941) Seven Cubist mouth pieces. 1979

Type-C' print and synthetic polymer paint on clay overall 58.4 x 457.2 x 35.5 cm


Guston, Philip United States (1931-80) Pit. 1976 oil on canvas 190.5 x 294.6 cm

Bad Habits. 1970 oil on canvas 185.4 x 198.1 cm

Hall, Nigel Great Britain (born 1943) On the other hand. (1978) aluminium, painted 202 x 196 x 55 cm

Trinity. (1978) aluminium, painted 145 x 188 x 47.5 cm

Hartung, Hans Ernst East Germany, France (born 1904) T-1954-20. 1954 oil on canvas 145.8 x 97 cm

Kendrick, Mel United States (born 1949) Tom Thumb’s Blues. 1980 wood, synthetic polymer paint 157 x 150.5 x 75 cm

Laib, Wolfgang Germany (born 1950) Milk stone. 1980 marble and milk 2.6 x 91.9 x 74.2 cm

Leger, Fernand France (1881-1955) Trapezists. 1954 oil on canvas 390.6 x 371.6 cm

McKeown, Stevan United States (born 1947) Hill-Deck. 1978 oil on wood 25.4 x 37.3 x 37.6 cm

Mais, Hilarie Great Britain (born 1952) Untitled No. 8. 1980 steel 36.5 x 25.5 x 12.5 cm

Martin, Agnes United States (born 1912) Untitled #8. 1980 gesso, synthetic polymer paint and pencil on canvas 183.3 x 183.6 cm

Merz, Mario Italy (born 1925) Canvas with branches and Fibonacci numbers to 21. 1979 synthetic polymer paint and metallic paint on canvas, branches, glass and neon lights

overall approx 335 x 305 x 122 cm

Morandi, Giorgio Italy (1890-1964) Still life. 1956 oil on canvas 30.7 x 40.6 cm

Olitski, Jules United States (born 1922) Prince Patutsky's Command. 1966

synthetic polymer paint on canvas 417.8 x 179 cm

Parker, Ray United States (born 1922) Untitled. 1979 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 173.1 x 200.5 cm

Poirier, Ann and Patrick France (born 1942; born 1942) Inscriptions. (Isola Sacra). 1973 rice paper mounted on board, 26 pieces, 213 x 396 cm variable

Quaytman, Harvey Untied States (born 1937) Quince days. 1979

synthetic polymer paint on canvas 282 x 96.5 cm

Reynier, Yves France (born 1946) BL 315. 1979 paper, canvas, glue, synthetic polymer paint 10.4 x 19.2 cm


BL 320. 1979 paper, canvas, glue, synthetic polymer paint 13.6 x 22.6 cm

BL 325. 1979 paper, cotton, canvas, synthetic polymer paint, glue, string 13 x 21.6 cm Gift of Baudoin Lebon

BL 334. 1979 paper, canvas, glue, synthetic polymer paint 14.4 x 20.8 cm

Rothko, Mark United States (1903-70) Multiform. c1948 oil on canvas 155 x 118.7 cm

Brown, black on maroon. 1957 oil on canvas 233 x 193 cm

Salvo Italy (born 1947) Salvo e vivo/Salvo e morto. c1973 black Belgian marble, incised and letters, gold paint, 111.6 x 118 x 3.2 cm

Samaras, Lucas United States (born 1936) Box # 54. 1966

synthetic polymer paint, wool and wood 35.6 x 35.6 x 35.6 cm

Box # 68. 1968 synthetic polymer paint, wood 49.5 x 30.5 x 30.5 cm

Box # 85. 1973 Pins and stones on cardboard 26.9x44.5x28.6 cm

Reconstruction # 74. 1979 fabric sewn 247.7 x 173 cm

Sonfist, Alan United States (born 1946) Earth monument to New York. 1965 stratified stone 304.8 x 365.8 cm

Soulages, Pierre France (born 1919) 23 July 79. 1979 oil on canvas, 222.9 x 176 cm

Stoltz, David United States (born 1943) Amarillo. 1978-79 steel painted 620 x 450 cm

Venezia, Michael United States (born 1935) (August 10, 1979). 1979 pigment, metallic and glass powders on canvas 6.7 x 305.5 cm

Woodman, Timothy United States (born 1952) Skater. 1978 synthetic polymer paint and enamel on steel 48.6 x 30.5 x 12.2 cm

Drawings from 1800

On white or off-white paper unless otherwise stated.

Andre, Carl United States (born 1935) Drawing for ‘Equivalents'. 1966 brown fibre-tipped pen, ballpoint pen, pencil 44 x 27.7 cm

Aycock, Alice United States (born 1946) Drawing for the sculpture The game of flyers. Isometic section. 1980 pencil on transparent synthetic polymer film

106.6 x 152.2 cm


Drawing for the sculpture T h e g a m e o f fly e rs . Plan and elevation. 1980 pencil on transparent synthetic polymer film 106.8 x 183.6 cm

Bell, Larry United States (born 1939) LLFBK I. Vapor drawing. 1979 aluminium and quartz on black paper 133.8 x 106.8 '

Berthot, Jake United States (born 1939) Untitled. 1978 enamel, pencil and wax crayon on paper 76.4 x 57.2 cm

Untitled. 1980 pen and ink, wash, pencil 20.6 x 22.2 cm

Biederman, James United States (born 1947) (Black and green lines). 1980 charcoal, chalk and pencil 187.8 x 46.4 cm

Bosse, Louise Austria (1878-1923) The woman in black. c1908 collage of coloured paper 11.2 x 9.4 cm

Bourgeois, Louise France, United States (born 1911) The blind. 1968 ballpoint pen 21.4 x 27.9 cm

The blind leading the blind. 1968 ballpoint pen 21.4 x 27.9 cm

Cocteau, Jean France (1889-1963) (Crucifixion scene). 1956

coloured wax crayons 53.2 x 66.6 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Cornell, Joseph United States (1903-72) (Ants with playing cards). c1930-39 collage of lithograph and wood-engravings on card 15.1 x 10.9 cm

(Chinese ship), c 1930-39 collage of lithograph and wood-engravings on card 17.3 x 13.6 cm

Craig-Martin, Michael Great Britain (born 1941) Reading with shoes. 1979

black, pressure-sensitive tape on acetate 42 x 59.5 cm

Czeschka, Carl Otto (1878-1960) The enranqed farmer. Study for book illustration. c1907 gouache and ink 5.4 x 13.4 cm

Diamond, Martha United States (born 1944) (Corner of building). 1980 oil on composition board 30.5 x 45.8 cm

(Skyscrapers). 1980 oil on composition board 35.2 x 53.4 cm

Dine, Jim United States (born 1935) Colourful tie (diagonal stripes). 1961 pastel and cut out overlay 61.2 x 45.8 cm

Dufy, Raoul France (1877-1953) Fabric design. c1912-35 brush and ink, gold paint, white ink

100.5 x 67 cm

Fabric design: Les bateaux c1912-35 watercolour and gouache 29 x 29 cm

Ernst, Max France (1891-1976) Work underground. 1929 collage of wood-engravings 14.5 x 10.2 cm

Flavin, Dan United States (born 1933) To European couples. A group of 9 drawings for light installations. 1973 pen and ink, pastel and pencil on blue graph paper, each 43.1 x 56.1 cm


Golding, John Great Britain (born 1929) 79/1 1. 1979 pastel, gouache, crayon on handmade paper

103.8 x 70.3 cm


Guston, Philip United States (1913-80) City. 1969 charcoal 45.6 x 60.9 cm

Heads, easel and book. 1975 brush and ink on cream paper on card 48.4 x 64.6 cm

Key. 1980 brush and ink 56.2 x 75.6 cm

Hall, Nigel Great Britain (born 1943) Absence 1972. 1972 charcoal and pencil 56.2 x 76.8 cm

Drawing #82. 1979 charcoal 76.3 x 91.4 cm

Drawing #88. 1979 charcoal 152.6 x 108.2 cm

Drawing #114. 1979 charcoal 89.8 x 64 cm

Hamilton, Richard Great Britain (born 1922) 2 preliminary drawings for the lithographs

Collected works. 1976 ink and pencil on mylar 31 x 44 cm

Hoch, Hannah West Germany (1889-1978) Auf Goidpapier. c1920 collage 23.6 x 20.2

Hofmann, Joseph Austria (1831-1904) Fabric design: Soana 01841-1904 yellow ink on detail paper 20 x 39 cm

Hoffmann, Hans United States (1880-1966) Self-portrait. 1932-35 brush and ink 28 x 21.6 cm

Self portrait. 1932-35 brush and ink 28 x 21.6 cm

(Reclining figure). 1935 brush and ink 21.4 x 27.6 cm

(Seated figure). 1935 brush and ink 27.6 x 21.6 cm

(Seated figure). 1943 brush and ink 28 x 21.6 cm

Untitled. 1943 brush and ink, watercolour, charcoal 45 x 60.6 cm

Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique France (1780-1867) Portrait of Jean Pierre Granger. 1810

pencil 26.8 x 22.2 cm

Kline, Franz United States (1910-62) Oyster liver. 1956

oil on paper laid down on composition board 21.4 x 27.8 cm

No title. 1950 synthetic polymer paint on telephone book page laid down on archive paper 22.6 x 27.8 cm

Klinger, Max Germany (1857-1920) Ehrenburgerbrieff fur Oberburgermeister Dr Rudolf Dittrich, Leipzig. Preparatory drawing.

1917 pen and ink, wash, gouache, collage of pen and ink, letterpress 54.4 x 38.4 cm

Krasner, Lee United States (born 1908) Nude study. 1938 charcoal 63 x 48.4 cm

Nude study. 1939 charcoal 63 x 48.2 cm


Lachaise, Gaston United States (1882-1935) Seated nude with hand resting on raised left knee brush and blue ink, pencil 61.4 x 48.2 cm

Dancing draped nude with arms raised brush and blue ink, pencil, pen and blue ink 61.4 x 48.4 cm

Dancing male figure. 1930-31 brush and blue ink, pencil 61.4 x 48.4 cm

Gift of the Lachaise Foundation, Boston

Seated nude with legs crossed. 1918-20 pencil 20.1 x 12.6 cm

Female torso. 1925 charcoal on cream paper 24.8 x 7.8 cm

Draped dancing figure. 1930-33 pencil 45.6 x 30.3 cm

Seated nude with legs crossed, pencil 20.1 x 12.6 cm

Lewitt, Sol United States (born 1928) Straight lines drawn in four directions. 1971 pen and ink 35.8 x 35.8 cm

Logis, Niki United States (born 1941) 5 drawings for the sculpture Bay of Angels (Wave Hill Sculpture Garden, New York City): aerial perspective. 1980 pencil and red pencil 43.2 x 35.6 cm (3) 35.6 x 43.2 cm (2)

Louis, Morris United States (1912-62) (Estate No. D. 351). 1950-53 pen and ink 35.6 x 42.8 cm

(Estate No. D10). c1949 pen and ink 47.4 x 60.4 cm

Mallina, Erich 1873-1954 The three angels. c1904 gouache, watercolour and ink over pencil

12.8 x 31.4 cm

Marioni, Tom United States (born 1937) Cafe society beer: a bottle of beer with label and leaf text. 1979 softground etching, coloured engraving, letters, gold leaf, offset lithograph, leaf 7 x 21.6 cm;

label 13.9 x 25.6 cm; bottle 28.7 cm

Matisse, Henri France (1869-1954) Resting figure. c1925 charcoal and estomp 31.4 x 47.6 cm

Figure in a coat. 1935 charcoal and estomp 55.4 x 37.6 cm

Romanian blouse. 1938 charcoal 60.6 x 40.8 cm

Reclining figure. 1938 charcoal 50.6 x 66 cm

Themes and variations 1941 D2. 1941 pen and ink 40.8 x 52.7 cm

Themes and variations 1941 D7. 1951 pen and ink 40.7 x 52.8 cm

Themes and variations 1941 D8. 1941 pen and ink 40.8 x 52.7 cm

Themes and variations 1941 E7. 1941 pencil 52.7 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 A1. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations, (Annelies) 1946 A7. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies 1946 A10. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.7 cm


Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 B2. 1946 pencil 52.6 x 406 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 B4. 1946 pencil 52.6 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 B5. 1946 pencil 52.6 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 B6. 1946 pencil 52.7 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 C5. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.7 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 C10. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 C11. 1946 pencil 52.8 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 D7. 1946 pencil 52.5 x 40.5 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 E 1. 1946 pencil 52.7 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 E 2. 1946 pencil 52.6 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 E 4. 1946 pencil 52.6 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 A 13. 1946 pencil 52.9 x 40.6 cm

Themes and variations (Annelies) 1946 A13. 1946 pencil 52.9 x 40.6 cm

Morris, Robert United States (born 1931) In the realm of the Carceral. Stockade. 1978 brush and ink, fibre-tipped pen, pencil 112.6 x 84.4 cm

In the realm of the Carceral. Inmate work project: perpetual construction and dismantling of the labyrinth. 1978 brush and ink, fibre-tipped pen, pencil 112.3x84.4 cm

Nadelman, Elie United States (1882-1946) Head.c1906 pen and brown ink 36 x 23.8 cm

Oliveira, Nathan United States (born 1928) Ryan 18. 1980 hand-coloured monotype, coloured fibre-tipped pens 50.6 x 45.5 cm

Paladino, Domenico Italy, United States (Bending figure in white cloak in landscape): from Chi guidera i miei passi. 1978-80 pencil and crayon on cream sketchbook page 24 x 27.4 cm

(Red figure): from Chi guidera i miei passi. 1978­ 80 pen, brush and coloured ink with synthetic

polymer paint on cream sketchbook page 22.5 x 20 cm

(Green figure): from Chi guidera i miei passi. 1978-80 pen and ink, watercolour on cream sketchbook page 21 x 25 cm

Picasso, Pablo Spain, France (1881-1973) Cubist study (Still life with bottle). 1912

pen and ink, brush and ink 18.5 x 13.2 cm

Cubist study (Still life with bottles and glasses on a table). 1912 pen and ink 18.1 x 15 cm

Pozzi, Lucio Italy (born 1935) The happy Hoppodes or the dilettantism of Oscar Wilde. 1979 watercolour and crayon 46 x 61.8 cm


Graphite removing oil stick -42. 1975 pencil, oil stick on card 56.9 x 58.4 cm

Quaytman, Harvey United States (born 1937) A’dam. 1978 charcoal, glue, plywood, synthetic polymer paint on cream card 100 x 70.2 cm

Rabinowitch, Royden Canada (born 1943) 7th Lemma on manifolds. 1978 pen and ink 150.8 x 114.8 cm

Rix, Kitty Austria 9 fabric designs pencil and gouache, various dimensions

Rops, Felicien Belgium (1833-98) La fleur lascive: preliminary drawing for an etching which served as frontispiece for Les contes libres inedits. pen and ink with white crayon 31.6x21.6 cm

Schoonhoven, Terry United States (born 1945) Study for St. Charles painting. 1978 watercolour, gouache, pencil 72.4 x 99.2 cm

Smithson, Robert United States (1938-73) Drawing for project, Spiral Jetty, Great Salt Lake, Utah. 1970 pencil 48.4 x 60.8 cm

Tiepolo, Domenico Italy (1727-1804) The rent collection. c1800 pen and brown ink, wash over black chalk 29.2 x 41.2 cm

Prints and Multiples from 1800

On white or off-white paper unless otherwise stated.

Aarts, Johan Joseph The Netherlands (1871-1934) Two women c1900 wood-engraving 22 x 13.4 cm

Africano, Nicholas United States The shadow: a set of four prints. 1979 colour etching, spitbite, aquatint, with softground, embossing and white ink on yellow handmade paper each approx 29 x 36.4 cm

Albers, Josef West Germany, United States (1888-1976) Untitled l-SK. 1973 colour screenprint 63.8 x 63.6 cm

Untitled l-Sj. 1973 colour screenprint 63.6 x 63.8 cm

Aman-Jean, Edmond Francois France (1860-1939) Portrait de Mile. Moreno de la Comedie-

Francaise. 1897 colour lithograph on chine applique 34.2 x 38 cm

Arakawa, Shusaku United States (born 1936) Blankless tone. 1979

colour screenprint and lithograph, debossed 74.6 x 122 cm

In a restrained quantum. 1979 colour lithograph and screenprint 88.8 x 89.2 cm

Out of which. 1979 lithograph and screenprint, debossed 74.4 x 122.4 cm

In v o ic e /in a n d a ro u n d . 1 9 7 9

c o lo u r s c r e e n p r in t a n d lith o g r a p h , d e b o s s e d

7 6 .2 x 1 1 2 .7 c m


Tomb of Chance. 1980 lithograph

Distance of forming/Model by model/The. 1980 lithograph

Texture of Point Blank. 1980 lithograph

Artschwager, Richard United States (born 1924) Untitled (Chest of drawers). 1971 oak wood, laminex sheet, glass, mirror, horsehair wadding, brass fittings 29.5 x 37.3 x 32.8 cm

Interior #1-#3. 1977: a set of 2 drypoints and one etching, each approx 25 x 32 cm

(Cactus print). 1979 etching and roulette 22.8 x 27 cm

Untitled (2-part object in the form of quotation marks). 1980 wood, laminex, synthetic polymer paint each part 30.4 x 25 x 5.2 cm

Bartlett, Jennifer United States (born 1941) Day and night 1979: a set of 3 prints. 1978 drypoints and etchings, each 22.6 x 15 cm

Untitled (Graceland woodcut) State I: a series of 5 colour woodcuts numbered l-IV. 1979 each approx 65.7 x 65.4 cm

Untitled (Graceland woodcut) State II: a series of 3 woodcuts numbered l-lll. 1979 each approx 60.4 x 66.6 cm

Baxter, lain Canada, United States (born 1936) Reflected San Francisco beauty spots: a set of 4 colour photo-etchings and aquatints. 1979 each approx 60.2 x 60.6 cm

Beal, Jack United States (born 1931) Buds. 1980 colour lithograph 76.3 x 101.7 cm

Bell, Larry United States (born 1939) Seasons of the fountain: a set of 4 works numbered l-IV 1978 screenprint on reflective film rolled onto tempered glass, each approx 91.5x121.8 cm

Bellange, Joseph Louis Hippolyte France (1800-66) Page of sketches. T.P. 1829 lithograph 26 x 34.4 cm

Page of sketches. 1829 lithograph 26.8 x 33 cm

Benglis, Linda United States (born 1939) Aquanot No. 22. 1980 moulded and coloured paper pulp, with brush,

ink, colour synthetic polymer 159.2 x 80 x 16 cm

Benn, Benejou Rabinowicz Poland, France (born 1905) (The Seine) colour lithograph 34.2 x 41 cm

Berthon, Paul France (1872-1909) Sarah Bernhardt. 1901 colour lithograph 51 x 36.6 cm

Besnard, Albert France (1849-34) Suite of five little pleasures: a set of 5 etchings. 1913

each approx 11 x 13.8 cm

Bochner, Mel United States (born 1940) Two pentagons. 1973 etching, aquatint 27.4 x 35.4 cm

Triangle and square I. 1973 etching, aquatint 27 x 35.2 cm

Triangle and square II. 1973 etching, aquatint 27.2 x 35 cm


Bonnard, Pierre France (1867-1942) (Dingo with man): proof for ‘Dingo’ by Octave Mirbeau. 1924 softground, pen and ink and pencil 28.7 x 22.6 cm

(Man with dingo): impression for ‘Dingo’ by Octave Mirbeau. 1924. 2nd state drypoint and softground 27.4 x 21 cm

Breker, Arno Great Britain (born 1909) (Nude kneeling) colour lithograph 65.2 x 48 cm

(Two nudes) colour lithograph 36.2 x 29.6 cm

(Seated nude) colour lithograph 44.6 x 29.6 cm

Bresdin, Rodolphe France (1822-85) The good Samaritan. 1861 lithograph 56.6 x 44.4 cm

Brianchon, Maurice France (born 1899) (The seaside) colour lithograph 65.8 x 50.2 cm

Buren, Daniel France (born 1938) Framed/Exploded/Defaced: an installation print in 25 fragments each framed in ash and lettered a-y on back. 1978-79 colour aquatint, transparent synthetic polymer resin, each framed fragment 20.4 x 20.4 cm

Cage, John United States (born 1912) Changes and disappearances, no. 24 from a series of 30. 1980 colour lithograph, etching and drypoint 29.4 x 54.4 cm

Calder, Alexander United States, France (1898-1976) (Abstract composition)

colour lithograph 83.9 x 63.2 cm

Carriere, Eugene France (1849-1906) Portrait of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. 1897 lithograph on paper mounted on paper 54.8 x 40.2 cm

Carzou, Jean France (born 1907) (Profile with boat) colour lithograph 47.8 x 63.8 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Cathelin, Bernard France (born 1919) (Bouquet of flowers) colour lithograph 61.6 x 39.8 cm

Cavailies, Jean France (1901-77) (Still life) colour lithograph 46.4 x 47.4 cm

Caulfield, Patrick Great Britain (born 1936) Ridged jar. 1980 colour screenprint 84 x 59.8 cm

Fern pot. 1980 colour screenprint 84 x 59.8 cm

Dressed Lobster 1980 colour screenprint on red paper 60.1 x 75.1 cm

Chabrier, Nathalie France (born 1932) (Vegetable market) colour lithograph 40.4 x 57.2 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Chagall, Marc USSR, France (born 1887) (Couple and moon). 1952 colour lithograph 64 x 50.4 cm

La Rue de Chabrol colour lithograph 58 x 43.8 cm

(Rooster, couple, Eiffel tower and bunches of flowers) colour lithograph 55.8 x 44.2 cm


(Moses and the tablets of the law) colour lithograph 67.8 x 50.5 cm

(Moses with tablets of stone) colour lithograph 60.4 x 40.6 cm

Chagall: (dust cover) colour offset lithograph 32.6 x 54.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Cocteau, Jean France (1889-1963) (Profile). 1958 colour lithograph 65 x 50 cm

Corot, Jean Baptiste-Camille France (1796-1875) Shepherd bathing. 1853 cliche-verre laid down on paper 11 x 16 cm

Le bouquet de belle foriere. 1858 cliche-verre 15.8 x 23.2 cm

Orpheus carrying off Eurydice. c1860 cliche-verre 10.2 x 15.2 cm

Campagne boisee. c1866 etching 10 x 13.2 cm

Souvenir de fortifications de douai. 1869-70 etching 16 x 24 cm

A shepherd wrestling with his goat. 1874 cliche-verre laid down on paper 17.6 x 13 cm

Dali, Salvador Spain, France (born 1904) (Mythological creature). c1960

colour lithograph 64.2 x 47.8 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Daubigny, Charles Francois France (1817-78) The path in the cornfield. 1862 cliche-verre 15.9 x 19.2 cm

Daumier, Honore France (1808-79) Grand escalier du Palais de Justice, vue de face: from the series 'Les gens de justice’ for the journal ‘Le Charivari’

8 February 1848 lithograph 24.2 x 18.2 cm

Quel dommage que cette charmante ... femme ...: from the series ‘Les gens de justice’ for the journal ‘Le Charivari’, 14 October 1846 lithograph 24.2 x 19.2 cm

II defend I’orphelin et la veuve, a moins ...: from the series ‘Les gens de justice’, for the journal ‘Le Charivari', September 1846 lithograph 23 x 19.5 cm

Les honneurs du Pantheon: from ‘La Caricature’, 23 October 1834 lithograph 22.6 x 25.6 cm

Ah! Tu veux le frotter a la presse: from ‘La Caricature' 3 October 1833 lithograph 35.4 x 26.2 cm

Delacroix, Eugene France (1798-1863) Page of 6 ancient medallions. 1825 lithograph on chine applique 20 x 26.4 cm

Tigre Royal. 1829 lithograph 32.6 x 46.4 cm

Young tiger playing. 1831 lithograph on chine applique 14.2 x 20.6 cm

A man of the time of Francis the First. 1833 etching 17.8 x 13.2 cm

Delatre, Auguste France (1822-1907) (Windmills on a hill): letterhead for dinner menu. 1880 etching 8.6 x 12.8 cm

Trade card for Auguste Delatre, Imprimerie Artistique 92 Rue Lepic Montmatre. c1890 etching 8.6 x 14 cm

Delvaux, Paul Belgium (born 1897) Three women. 1967 lithograph 53.4 x 74.4 cm


Sleep. 1970 colour lithograph 46.7 x 66.5 cm

Silence. 1972 colour lithograph 60 x 78.5 cm

Denis, Maurice France (1870-1943) She was more beautiful than my dreams: working proof overworked by the artist. 1892-99 colour lithograph, watercolour and chalk 40.8 x 29.4 cm

Diebenkorn, Richard United States (born 1922) Aquatint with drypoint halo. 1978 liftground etching with drypoint and burnishing on cream paper 60.8 x 44 cm

6 softground etchings: a set of prints. 1978 each approx 44.2 x 32 cm

Dumont, Maurice France (19th century) Carnosine. 1895 colour gypsograph 12 x 19 cm

Edmonds, Cortney Mrs (artist); Edmund Evans (engraver) Great Britain (19th century; 1826-1905) Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter: a set of 4 colour wood-engravings. c1880 each approx 21.6 x 15.4 cm

Elk, Ger van The Netherlands (born 1941) Roquebrune. 1979 ‘Type-C’ print, colour screenprint on card 60 x 140 cm

Fahlstrom, Oyvind Sweden, United States (1928-76) Untitled, from the portfolio ‘Yippee’. 1972 lithograph 56 x 106.3 cm

Flavin, Dan United States (born 1933) To European couples 1971-1973 (to Antoinette and Leo Castelli): a portfolio of 9 screenprints.

1973 43.2 x 56 cm

Forissier, Roger France (born 1924) (The Seine) colour lithograph 39.2 x 54.8 cm

(Harbour view) colour lithograph 36.8 x 53 cm

Francis, Sam United States (born 1923) Reflection grate. 1979 unique coloured, paper pulp 78 x 64 cm

Frankenthaler, Helen United States (born 1928) Cameo. 1980 colour woodcut on pink paper 107 x 81.6 cm

Freckleton, Sondra United States (born 1936) Poppies 1979-80 pochoir 54.6 x 42.2 cm

Gafgen, Wolfgang West Germany (born 1936) Sept manieres noires. 1972: a portfolio of 7 colour mezzotints, each approx 72.6 x 53.4 cm

Hata: portfolio containing title page, colophon, 3 mezzotints, 3 aquatints and drypoint, and one mezzotint and drypoint. 1980 each 39.4 x 52.8 cm

Gandara, Antonio de la France (1862-1917) Seated girl. 1894 lithograph 60.2 x 43.4 cm

Garcia-Fons, Pierre Spain, France (born 1928) (City in the evening) colour lithograph 56.4 x 42 cm

Gericault, Theodore France (1791-1824) Horse studies from nature, 1822 and Suite of 8 little pieces, 1823, Paris, Gihaut: an album containing 2 suites, comprising a total of 21 lithographs, average size 14.8 x 21.8 cm


Suite of 7 little pieces, Paris, Gihaut, c1823: an album containing 7 lithographs on chine appligue, average comp. 15 x 21.4 cm

Gerz, Jochen West Germany, France (born 1940) (Three sheets of illustrations to poems). 1980 gouache and letterpress average size 13 x 18.4 cm

Gilbert & George Great Britain (born 1943); (born 1942) Reclining drunk: an ash tray/collapsed bottle sculpture. 1973 glass bottle, engraving 23.1 x 11.6 x 6.8 cm

Reclining drunk: an ash tray/collapsed bottle sculpture. 1973 glass bottle, engraving 23.3 x 11.4 x 6.8 cm

Girieud, Pierre France (1875-1940) (Plateau in Provence)

colour lithograph 36.2 x 43.8 cm

Graf, Oskar West Germany, Austria (1870-?) Two ladies in a carriage. c1903

colour line and softground etching 21.2 x 27.4 cm

Grasset, Eugene Samuel France (1841-1917) The months. 1896: suite of 12 chromolithographs with wood-engraving on cream paper in

portfolio, mounted on blue card portfolio 34.2 x 26.4 x 1 cm

Green, Alan Great Britain (born 1932) Centre to edge: a suite of 3 colour etchings. 1979

each approx 48 x 47.8 cm

Grooms, Red United States (born 1937) Lorna Doone: diptych. 1979-80 colour lithograph and collage of hand-coloured reflective synthetic polymer resin on tan paper each 56.6 x 73.8 cm

Tatoo artist. 1980 colour lithograph 71 x 64 cm

Guston, Philip United States (1913-80) A set of 8 titled prints. 1980 lithographs, each approx 62 x 96.2 cm

Flamilton, Richard Great Britain (born 1922) Collected works. 1976 colour lithograph 21.5 x 34 cm

Hartung, Hans West Germany (born 1904) (Swirls)

aquatint and etching 24.8 x 17.2 cm

Hayter, Stanley William Great Britain, France (born 1901) Five characters. 1946 engraving and colour softground etching 37.8 x 60.8 cm

Henricus, (Jansen, Cornells) The Netherlands (1867-1921) 3 illustrations from Dat Liedeken van Here Halewijn. 1903 Haarlem, Erven F. Bohn. 1904 colour lithographs, each approx 29 x 23.8 cm

Hockney, David Great Britain (born 1937) Pool I: a series of 7 prints 1978-80 colour lithographs, each approx 51 x 69.4 cm

Pool II: a series of 4 prints 1978-80 colour lithographs, each approx 54.5 x 75 cm

Ann seated in a director’s chair. 1979 colour lithograph on grey paper 67.2 x 86.2 cm

Bora Bora. 1979 colour lithograph 82.4 x 119 cm

Green Bora Bora. 1979 colour lithograph 83 x 98.2 cm

Johnny and Lindsay. 1979 colour lithograph on cream paper 75.8 x 112.8 cm


Joe with green window. 1979 colour lithograph 112.8 x 76.6 cm

Joe with David Harte. 1979 colour lithograph 110.4 x 80.4 cm

Afternoon swimming. 1979 colour lithograph 80.6 x 100.6 cm

Study of Byron. 1979 lithograph on green handmade paper 31.5 x 27.1 cm

The Commissioner. 1979 colour lithograph on orange handmade paper 38.3 x 50.3 cm

Byron on hand. 1979 lithograph on oriental paper 33.3 x 27.2 cm

Potted daffodils. 1980 lithograph on cream paper 95 x 68 cm

Black tulips. 1980 lithograph on cream paper 94 x 44.6 cm

Hohlwein, Ludwig West Germany (1874-1949) Horses and jockeys, the finish. c1912 colour lithograph 37.6 x 38 cm

Humphrey, Ralph United States (born 1932) Neighbours: a portfolio of 4 prints with title pages. 1981 colour aquatints with paper collage each approx 50 x 55.5 cm

Indiana, Robert United States (born 1928) Decade: Autoportraits 'The Vinalhaven Suite’ 1980: a portfolio of 10 colour screenprints, each 61.2 x 61 cm

Jaccard, Christian Switzerland, France (born 1939) Burnt crocodile skin. 1980 crocodile skin in wood and transparent synthetic polymer sheet 34 x 125.6 cm

Jenkins, Paul United States (1940-74) (Non-objective composition). 1965

colour lithograph 66.2 x 48.4 cm

(Colour composition). 1973 colour lithograph 52.4 x 66.8 cm

John, Augustus Great Britain (1879-1961) The serving maid. 1902 etching 21.6 x 17.2 cm

Johns, Jasper United States (born 1930) Flags 11. 1973 screenprint 68.2 x 85.6 cm

0-9. 1975: a set of 10 aquatints, with etching and softg round each 6.4 x 5.4 cm

0-9. 1975 etching, drypoint, softground, open-bite, liftground etching and varnish stop-out 11.6 x 23.8 cm

Untitled 1 (Hatching). 1976 colour etching and aquatint 33.2 x 49.4 cm

Untitled 11 (Flagstones). 1976 colour aquatint 33.2 x 49.4 cm

Corpse and mirror. 1975-76 liftground etching and drypoint 26.8 x 35.6 cm

Land’s end. 1978 etching

Land’s end 11. 1979 etching

Target with four faces. 1979 etching

Screen piece. c1975-9 screenprint

Two flags (Whitney Anniversary). 1980 colour lithograph 102.4 x 73.2 cm


Target with plaster casts. 1980 colour etching and aquatint 59.6 x 45.2 cm

Untitled. 1980 colour lithograph

Two flags. 1980 lithograph on cream paper 99.2 x 73.8 cm

Jonas, Joan United States (born 1936) Spring mountains. 1979 colour liftground etching 91 x 107.2 cm

Hurricane series. 1979 portfolio of 5 aquatints and title page in folder each 59.6 x 92 cm

Judd, Donald United States (born 1928) Ohne titel (Nr.2). 1961-78 woodcut in red oil hand painted with gouache 25.9 x 43.2 cm

Katz, Alex United States (born 1927) Self portrait 1978 aquatint 91.2 x 76.4 cm

Kelly, Ellsworth United States (born 1923) A set of 7 titled prints. 1980 lithographs, each approx 62.4 x 72.6 cm

Daffodil. 1980 lithograph 69 x 42.6 cm

Mulberry leaf. 1980 lithograph 63.6 x 41 cm

Wild grape leaf. 1980 lithograph 47.4 x 39.3 cm

Sarsaparilla. 1980 lithograph 73.6 x 72.8 cm

Klein, Paul France (born 1909) (The beach) colour lithograph 38.8 x 50.2 cm

Klinger, Max Germany (1857-1920) Intermezzi Opus IV. 1881: a portfolio of 7 etchings and 5 etchings with aquatint, numbered

l-Xli each approx 28.8 x 22.8 cm

Death (Part One). Opus XI. a portfolio of 10 prints with title page. 1882 etching and aquatint each approx 27.6 x 31.6 cm

Temptation. Trial proof. 1894 etching 37.4 x 27.8 cm

Time and Fame. Trial proof. 1894 etching 35.4 x 25.2 cm

Ehrenburgerbrieff fur Oberburgermeister Dr Rudolf Dittrich, Leipzig. First state. 1917 etching 54 x 38.4 cm

Ehrenburgerbrieff fur Oberburgermeister Dr Rudolf Dittrich, Leipzig. Second state. 1918 etching 54 x 38.4 cm

Ehrenburgerbrieff fur Oberburgermeister Dr Rudolf Dittrich, Leipzig. Final state. 1918 etching, aquatint and letterpress 54 x 38.2 cm

Klucis, Gustav Lavtia (1895-1944) Architectural study. c1920-23 lithograph 21.6 x 14.4 cm

Architectural study. c1920-23 lithograph 21.2 x 14.2 cm

Architectural study with two circles. c1920-23 woodcut 22.4 x 9.8 cm

Architectural study. c1920-23 woodcut 20.2 x 14.4 cm

Architectural study with globe c1920-23 woodcut 24.2 x 16.4 cm

Architectural study. c1920-23 lithograph 27.8 x 17.6 cm


Figure, c 1920-23 linocut 24 x 15 cm

Architectural study. 1923 lithograph painted onto paper 13 x 15.8 cm

Koberl, Franz Evening, trees and mountains. c1910 hand-coloured stencil 12.2 x 11.6 cm

Kounellis, Jannis Greece, Italy (born 1936) Manifesto for a Utopian Theatre. 1979 colour photo-etching and aquatint 74.6 x 53 cm

Untitled (Black square and flowers). 1979 colour photo-etching and aquatint 113.8 x 91.2 cm

Kushner, Robert United States (born 1949) The joy of ornament: a portfolio of 20 prints numbered 1-20, and a colophon, 1980 portfolio 30 x 16.2 x 1.6 cm

Paulette and Karla: triptych. 1980 colour aquatint and drypoint with softground etching, each panel 60.2 x 90.6 cm

Labisse, Felix France (born 1905) (Nude) colour lithograph 64.6 x 42.2 cm

Laboureur, Jean-Emile France (1877-1943) Skull with snail. 1897 softground etching 21.8 x 13.4 cm

Venus. 1906 colour woodcut 25.4 x 15.4 cm

Spring in Artois. 1916 engraving 15.4x17.6 cm

Pleasures of the camp. 1916 engraving 17.2 x 14 cm

D in n e r a t th e in n . 1 9 1 7

e n g r a v in g 1 9 .8 x 1 7 c m

The fat barmaid. 1917 engraving 19.6 x 17.2 cm

The watercolour painters. 1922 engraving 9.6 x 13.2 cm

Beach.1928 engraving 16 x 11.4 cm

Nude of the Music Hall. 1931 etching 21 x 18.2 cm

Lacoste, Charles France (1870-1959) Portland Place. 1894 lithograph 24.8 x 32.4 cm

Latenay, Gaston de France (1859-1940) Diana the huntress. Proof before the edition. 1896 colour lithograph 42.4 x 30.6 cm

Diana the huntress. 1896 colour lithograph 42.4 x 30.6 cm

Le Breton, Constant France (born 1895) (Paris and the Seine). colour lithograph 50.2 x 62.4 cm

Le Corbusier Switzerland, France (1887-1965) (Abstract forms). c1963 colour lithograph 69.6 x 51.4 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Leheutre, Gustave (attributed to) France (1861-1934) (Rooftop view of Paris looking towards the Butte Montmartre): trade card for Auguste Delatre. C1892 etching and aquatint 10.2 x 14 cm

Lew, Jeffrey Four books of articulation. 1979 colour photolithograph 73.6 x 57.8 cm


Eight. 1979 colour lithograph with gloss varnish 68.6 x 88.4 cm

Lying books. 1979 colour lithograph on grey paper 61.1 x 91.4 cm

Read color. 1979 colour lithograph on cream paper 65.2 x 71.6 cm

Lewitt, Sol United States (born 1929) Crown point. An album of 38 photo-etchings. 1980

each 28 x 27.6 cm

Table. 1980 wood, synthetic polymer paint, glass 91.4 x 61 x 61 cm

A set of 8 prints. 1980 colour screenprints, each 35.6 x 35.6 cm

Six geometric figures and all their combinations: a portfolio of 63 prints and title page in wooden box. 1980 screenprints ranging from 25.4 x 25.4 to 25.4 x 120.6 cm

Four part combinations of six geometric figures in four colours I, II, III. 1980 A portfolio of 3 sets of prints, each containing 4 colour woodcuts each 21.6 x 45 cm

Lichtenstein, Roy United States (born 1923) Six still lifes. 1974: a series of 6 colour screenprints and lithographs, each approx 81.9 x 78.9 cm

Huh?1976 colour screenprint 100.7 x 71 cm

Figure with teepee. 1980 colour softground etching 27 x 22.8 cm

Dancing figures. 1980 colour softground etching 29.2 x 26.7 cm

Head with braids. 1980 colour softground etching 26.6 x 21 cm

Head with feathers and braid. 1980 colour softground etching 26.4 x 20 cm

Two figures with teepee. 1980 colour softground etching 24.9 x 22 cm

Night scene. 1980 colour softground etching 18 x 24.1 cm

Lissitzky, El USSR (1890-1941) Victory over the sun. 1923: portfolio of 9 colour lithographs, title page and frontispiece. 1923 colour lithograph on cream paper, each approx 35 x 27.2 cm

Lunois, Alexandre France (1863-1916) Trade card for E. Sagot, 18 rue Guenegoud. c1894 lithograph on oriental paper 13.4 x 10.6 cm

Maillol, Aristide France (1861-1944) Nude woman seated under a tree. 1895 zincograph 38.2 x 28.2 cm

Marden, Brice United States (born 1938) Tile I. 1979 liftground etching on cream paper 20.4 x 20.2 cm

Gift of Crown Point Press, Oakland, California

Focus l-V. 1979: portfolio with cover, containing title page and 5 etchings and aquatints, portfolio 41.4 x 30.8 cm

Marioni, Tom United States (born 1937) Spirit in the dark. 1980 colour etching 91.4 x 91.2 cm

Masson, Andre France (born 1896) (The three graces) colour lithograph 60.6 x 44.6 cm


(Surrealist countryside) colour lithograph 50.2 x 65 cm

Matisse, Henri France (1869-1954) Nude in armchair, left arm raised. c1926 drypoint 20.2 x 12 cm

(Madame de Pompadour). 1951 colour lithograph 79.8 x 58.8 cm

(Figure) colour lithograph 37.8 x 30 cm

Matta, Roberto Chile, France (born 1911) (Eden) colour lithograph 56.2 x 76 cm

Maufra, Maxine Emile-Louis France (1861-1918) The road from Gaud. Published in Album III of L'Estampe Originate. 1893 colour lithograph 20 x 29.4 cm

Mazur, Michael United States (born 1935) Palette still life — black wall. 1979 coloured monotype 89.2 x 59.5 cm

Callalily/Amaryllis: triptych. 1980 colour monotype, overall size 90.2 x 200 cm

McCoy, Ann United States (born 1946) Spotted Ray 1 1978. lithograph and coloured pencils 106 x 74 cm

Night Iguanas 1978. lithograph and coloured pencils 73.8 x 106.4 cm

Meurice, Jean Michel France (born 1938) Polyptique. 1980: a set of 6 lithographs titled Blue bite and numbered 1-6 colour lithographs, each 59.4 x 88.4 cm

Millet, Jean-Frangois France (1814-75) The diggers. 1856

etching 23.9 x 34 cm

Minaux, Andre France (born 1923) (Woman’s profile on non-objective background). c1940-80 colour lithograph 65.2 x 50.2 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

(Behind the door) colour lithograph 57.4 x 44 cm

(Profile of a woman) colour lithograph 57.4 x 44.2 cm

(Chartres Cathedral) colour lithograph 54 x 40.6 cm

Miro, Joan Spain (born 1893) (Composition). colour lithograph 71.4 x 36.6 cm

Moser, Koloman Austria (1868-1918) The girl with long hair. 1902 relief-print 15 x 12.6 cm

Motherwell, Robert United States (born 1915) Samurai II. 1979 lithograph 145.3 x 63 cm

Brushstroke. 1979 colour lithograph 39.9 x 29.8 cm

Easter Day 1979. lithograph 86 x 57.8 cm

El General. 1979 colour lithograph 99.8 x 69.6 cm

La Guerra I, II 1979: a series of 2 lithographs each approx 70 x 100 cm

Rite of passage l-lll. 1979: a series of 3 lithographs each approx 54 x 65.4 cm

The Berggruen Suite. 1979-80: a set of 4 debossed colour lithographs, each 25.4 x 27.4 cm


The Paris Suite. 1980: a set of 4 debossed colour lithographs each approx 25 x 26.8 cm

Mucha, Alphonse Czechoslovakia, France (1860-1939) The liberal arts: Dance, poetry, music, art. 1898 4 colour lithographs wth gold and silver on cotton, silk, satin-weave fabric subsequently laid down on paper, each 58 x 38 cm

Murray, Elizabeth United States (born 1940) Untitled, States l-V: a set of 5 prints numbered I­ V. 1980 lithographs, each approx 50.2 x 40 cm

NASA United States Viking pictures of Mars, set no. 1. 1976-80: a set of 9 offset photo-lithographs, each 27.8 x 61 cm Gift of James Mollison

Neuhaus, Max United States (born 1939) Le reveil matin. 1980 205 x 38 x 6 cm

Nicholson, Ben Great Britain (born 1894) Turkish sundial and tree etching, hand-coloured with ink 33.2 x 22.6 cm

Patmos Monastery: from the suite of 10 etchings entitled Greek and Turkish forms. Unique proof. 1967 etching 35 x 41.6 cm

Noguchi, Isamu United States (born 1904) Black and blue: a 2-part multiple sculpture. 1980

enamel on aluminium with steel, painted large piece 380 x 55 x 60 cm small piece 33.5 x 89.5 x 102 cm

Nordfeldt, Bror Julius Olsson Sweden (1878-1955) The sky rocket. 1906

colour woodcut 22.3 x 28.6 cm

Oldenburg, Claes United States (born 1925) Alphabet in the form of a good humor bar. 1970 colour offset lithograph 73.8 x 50.8 cm

Tea bag: cloth multiple in moulded synthetic polymer box. c1970 synthetic polymer, cloth 97.6 x 68.8 cm

Typewriter eraser as tornado. 1972 colour offset lithograph 50.8 x 36 cm

Proposal for Alcatraz Island in the form of a drum pedal. 1973 colout offset lithograph 64.8 x 50.6 cm

Bust. 1975 colour etching 52 x 37.2 cm

Two profiles. 1975 colour etching 50.8 x 67.4 cm

Figure and phallus I. 1975 colour etching 60 x 45 cm

Figure and phallus II. 1975 colour etching 24.8 x 20 cm

Figure in skirt, with phallus I. 1975 colour etching 50.4 x 60.6 cm

Figure in skirt, with phallus II. 1975 colour etching 25 x 19.8 cm

Seated figure. 1975 colour etching 25 x 20 cm

Two figures. 1975 colour etching 16 x 35.2 cm

Mermaid. 1975 colour etching 28 x 23.8 cm

Medusa. 1975 colour etching 25 x 20.2 cm

Study for a monument in the Heroic, Trotic, Academic, Comic style. 1975 colour etching 65.4 x 83.2 cm


An alternate proposal for an addition to the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio. 1979 colour etching, softground etching and aquatint 58 x 72.5 cm

Screwarch bridge. State II. 1980 aquatint 60 x 128.6 cm

Oppenheim, Dennis United States (born 1938) Projects. 1973: a portfolio containing title page

and 10 colour lithographs, each 76.4 x 56.6 cm

Orlik, Emil Austria (1870-1932) Sunday morning in Brotzen. 1902 colour lithograph 24 x 46.4 cm

Paladino, Domenico Italy, United States Etchings: a group of 6 prints. 1980 etching, aquatint, softground, drypoint, spit-bite, chine colie and liftground, each approx 38 x 48 cm

Paolozzi, Eduardo Great Britain (born 1924) Man’s head. 1953 colour monotype and chalk on cream paper 41.6 x 32.8 cm

Automobile head. 1954 screenprint 53 x 29.6 cm

Standing figure. 1958 screenprint 49.2 x 20 cm

Hero as a riddle. 1961 colour screenprint 65.8 x 43.6 cm

Inkwells loco-motif. 1961 photolithograph 24.2 x 35.6 cm

Four images from film. 1962 colour screenprint 50.2 x 34.6 cm

Tafel 16. 1964 colour screenprint on paper on card 65.4 x 27 cm

As is when. 1965: portfolio containing title page, colophon, introductory text, a poster and 12 screenprints. each approx 76.4 x 53.8 cm

Multi-channel prototype. 1969-70 colour screenprint on card 78 x 52.4 cm

Signs of death and decay in the sky. 1970 colour screenprint and lithograph on card 76.2 x 50.8 cm

Zero energy experimental pile. 1970: portfolio containing title page and 6 prints, colour screenprints and lithographs on paper laminated to transparent polymer sheet, each approx 74 x 50.6 cm

B.A.S.H. 1971 colour screenprint and photo offset collage 74.4 x 49.8 cm

Bunk. 1972: portfolio containing 46 prints.

Omaggio a Michelangelo. 1975 colour etching and photogravure 59 x 49.4 cm

Selasa, 1975 colour screenprint 65 x 56.6 cm

Papart, Max France (born 1911) (Composition) colour lithograph 42 x 42.2 cm

Parker, Ray United States (born 1922) Print based on the painting, Untitled 1979. 1980 colour screenprint 78.8 x 91.8 cm Gift of Miss Betty Cunningham

Phillips, Tom Great Britain (born 1937) Fragment from Endenich, 1973 screenprint 71 x 100 cm

I had not known that death had undone so many: a portfolio of 10 etchings and one watercolour. etchings and watercolour, each approx 64 x 23 cm


Picasso, Pablo Spain, France (1881-1973) The black pitcher and skull. 1946 lithograph 32.4 x 44.1 cm

Bust of young girl. 1947 lithograph 49.8 x 41 cm

Figure. 1948 lithograph 63.3 x 48.6 cm

Woman in an armchair. No.1. 1948 lithograph 69.6 x 51.2 cm

The banderillos. 1949 lithograph 47.1 x 49.6 cm

Figure of the striped bodice. 1949 colour lithograph 64.9 x 50.1 cm

Young woman. c1949, completed 1953 lithograph on cream paper laminated to paper 39.6 x 29.8 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Flowers in a vase. 1950 lithograph 24.9 x 16.6 cm

Dove in flight. 1950 lithograph 54.6 x 69.4 cm

The wounded toreador. 1956 lithograph 36 x 47.4 cm

The little bullfight. 1957 colour lithograph 30 x 24 cm

Circus-rider and the clowns. c1957-61 colour lithograph 51.6 x 70 cm

Jacqueline with the black scarf. 1959 lithograph 64 x 49.2 cm

The old king. 1959 lithograph 65 x 50 cm

Note from California. First state. 1959 lithograph 38.2 x 27 cm

N o te fr o m C a lifo r n ia . F in a l s ta te . 1 9 5 9

lit h o g r a p h 4 0 .2 x 2 9 .7 c m

Bullfighter and woman. 1960 colour lithograph 34.2 x 23 cm

Piper, John Great Britain (born 1903) (Countryside) colour lithograph (2 copies) 37.6 x 53.4 cm

Pissarro, Camille France (1830-1903) Peasants in the grass. c1894 colour etching and aquatint 11.8 x 16 cm

Pissarro, Lucien France (1863-1944) La liseuse. 1893 colour wood-engraving 9.2 x 7.8 cm

Prunaire, Alfred France (19th century) La vie elegante: wood-engraving after Felicien

Pops (Belgium 1833-1898) colour wood-engraving 24 x 17 cm

Ranson, Paul France (1864-1909) Girl standing by an urn. c1895

lithograph 17.4 x 8.4 cm

Reclining woman. 1895 colour lithograph 13.6 x 22 cm

Jealousy/melancholy. 1896 colour lithograph 23.4 x 18.2 cm

Rauber, Ella Oriental flowers. c1910 colour woodcut 28.2 x 28 cm

Rauschenberg, Robert United States (born 1925) Star Quarters. 1971 colour screenprint on perspex, aluminized multiple in 4 panels, each 121 x 121 cm

Rookery mounds: a set of 11 prints. 1979 colour offset lithographs, each approx 100.6 x 73.4 cm


Ravel, Daniel France (born 1915) (Non-objective composition) colour lithograph 47.4 x 45.6 cm

Redon, Odilon France (1840-1926) Beatrice. 1897 colour lithograph 33.4 x 29.4 cm

Et moi jean, je vis la sainte cite, la nouvelle Jerusalem, qui descendait du Ciel d’aupres de Dieu: plate X1 from Apocalypse Set lithograph on oriental paper laid down on paper 30.2 x 23.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

Renouf, Edda United States (born 1943) Resonances: a portfolio of title page and 8 prints, numbered 1-8. 1980 etchings, each approx 18 x 32 cm

Rippl-Ronai, Josef Hungary (1861-1927) Woman under the lamp. c1895 colour lithograph 19.6 x 15 cm

Roberts, William Great Britain (born 1895) The bedroom. 1925 etching 11 x 8.4 cm

Rops, Felicien Belgium (1833-1898) The first doorway or The first step. 1883 drypoint and softground etching 27.2 x 19.8 cm

The elegant life. 1892 etching 27.6 x 20.4 cm

Rockburne, Dorothea Canada, United States Locus Series: a set of 6 prints. 1972 white aquatints on folded paper, each approx 78 x 73 cm

Rosenquist, James United States (born 1933) Terrarium. 1978 colour lithograph 54.6 x 101.6 cm

Sheer Line. 1979 colour lithograph 56.6 x 78.6 cm

Rothenberg, Susan United States (born 1945) Head and bones. 1980 woodcut 33.2 x 28.6 cm

Doubles. 1980 woodcut 33.2 x 78.4 cm

Pinks. 1980 colour woodcut 28.4 x 51.8 cm

Head and hand. 1980 woodcut 33.2 x 28.8 cm

Rouault, Georges France (1871-1958) 12 etchings and colour aquatints for the unpublished book Les Fleurs du Mai by Baudelaire. 1936-38 each 30.6 x 20.4 cm

Roussel, Ker Xavier France (1867-1944) La source. c1900 colour lithograph 36.4 x 49.5 cm

Ruscha, Ed United States (born 1937) Insects: portfolio of 6 coloured screenprints, 3 on wood veneer laminated to paper and 3 on paper, with cover. 1971-72 portfolio 52.2 x 69.2 x 2.8 cm

Fruit metrecal, Hollywood. 1971 screenprint with vegetable dyes 25.8 x 95.8 cm

Let’s keep in touch. 1978 colour silkscreen 48.5 x 127 cm

I’ve never seen two people looking healthier. 1978 colour silkscreen and glass varnish 35.8 x 115.4 cm

Kay eye double S. 1978 colour lithograph 15.2 x 69.2 cm



Just an average guy. 1979 colour etching 22.4 x 91 cm

Serusier, Paul France (1863-1927) Souvenir de Bretagne. 1895 lithograph 23.4 x 21.8 cm

Severini, Gino Italy (1883-1966) (Two musicians) colour lithograph 65.4 x 50.6 cm Gift of Fernand Mourlot

Shapiro, Joel United States (born 1941) Untitled: a group of 12 prints. 1979

colour lithographs each approx 40.4 x 85.4 cm

Sickert, Walter Great Britain (1860-1942) The old Bedford. 1915 etching 26.6 x 16.1 cm

Siqueiros, David Alfaro Mexico (c1896-1974) (The Indians)

colour lithograph 54 x 40.2 cm

Smithson, Robert United States (1938-73) (Mirror-glass quarter stepped pyramid). 1969 mirror, steel, felt 30.8 x 30.8 x 17.8 cm

(Mirror-glass, quarter stepped pyramid). 1969 mirror, steel, felt 20.4 x 20.4 x 11.8 cm

Spitzer, Walter Poland, France (born 1927) (The riding school)

colour lithograph 38.2 x 55 cm

Staeger, Ferdinand West Germany (born 1880) The murder of the Phoenix. c1905

etching with watercolour 25.4 x 19.4 cm

Steinberg, Saul Romania, United States (born 1914) Record. 1966 baked enamel and lithograph 17.2 x 20.2 cm

Sutherland, Graham Great Britain (born 1903) (Bird in flight), c 1950-59 colour lithograph 44.7 x 44.5 cm

(Machine). 1955 colour lithograph 47 x 64.4 cm

(Nocturnal animals). 1955 colour lithograph 50 x 65.5 cm

(Night). 1955 colour lithograph 50.2 x 65.8 cm

(Composition) colour lithograph 67.4 x 48.8 cm

(The rose) colour lithograph 66.6 x 47.6 cm

Tilson, Joe Great Britain (born 1928) 5 stencils: air, sea, sky, sun and eye,

tin, twine, paper clip, card, each 8.8 x 8.8 cm

Proscinemi, Olympia. 1979 etching and aquatint with photolithoograph

Proscinemi, Delphi. 1979 etching and aquatint with photolithograph

Delphic oracle 1980 screenprint on handmade paper with collage of photo-screenprint on tissue paper with brass eyelets and paper clip 74.4 x 63.8 cm

Earth cube 1, 1980 colour etching and aquatint with stencil, metal 111 x 96.8 cm

Earthearth 1980. colour etching and aquatint 88.8 x 97.8 cm

Titus-Carmel, Gerard France (born 1942) Codex. State proof. 1972 colour engraving 37.6 x 49.6 cm Gift of the artist


Deambulatory. State proof. 1973 colour engraving 49.6 x 37.4 cm Gift of Baudoin Lebon

Bitten-bandaged. State proof. 1974 colour engraving 37.6 x 47.8 cm Gift of the artist

Triangle. State proof. 1975 colour engraving 47.8 x 37.7 cm Gift of the artist

Swedish tackle. State proof. 1976 engraving 49.8 x 39.7 cm Gift of the artist

Flail. State proof. 1979 colour engraving 17.8 x 12.8 cm Gift of the artist

Construction ephemere I. 1980 aquatint and etching 59.4 x 44.4 cm

Construction ephemere II. 1980 colour aquatint and etching 59.6 x 44.4 cm

Toffoli, Louis Italy, France (born 1907) (Mother and child) colour lithograph 52.2 x 42.6 cm

Unknown Artist France Trade card for Editions. Sagot, Paris. c1898 colour etching and aquatint 9.8 x 13 cm

Trade card for Editions. Sagot, Paris. c1898 colour etching and aquatint 9.8 x 12.8 cm

Vallotton, Felix Switzerland, France (1865-1925) The green hat. 1896 colour lithograph 46.4 x 36.8 cm

Van Dongen, Kees The Netherlands, France (1877-1968) (Portrait) colour lithograph 66 x 50.4 cm

Various Artists Various Homage to Picasso No. 1: a folio containing title page, colophon, introducing text and 10 prints by the following artists: Pol Bury, Jorge Castillo, Corneille, Jacques Lipchitz, Giacomo Manzu, Robert Malta, Joan Miro, Edouardo Paolozzi, Robert Rauschenberg and Fritz Wotruba. Published 1974. colour lithographs and etchings, each approx 57 x 57 cm

Homage to Picasso No.2: a folio containing title page, colophon and 12 prints by the following artists: Shusaku Arakawa, Enrico Baj, Hans

Bellmer, Niki de Saint Phalle, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Ron B. Kitaj, Nicholas Krushenick, Heinz Mack, Jean Tingely, Cy Twombly, Jan Voss. Published 1974. colour screenprints, lithographs and etchings each approx 76 x 56 cm

Homage to Picasso No.3: a folio containing title page, colophon and prints by the following artists: Pierre Alechinsky, Joseph Beuys, Lynn Chadwick, Edouardo Chillida, Christo, Alan Davie, Hap Grieshaber, Jiri Kolar, Andre Masson, Frank Stella, Stefan Wewerka. Published 1974. lithographs, etchings, woodcut and screenprint each approx 63 x 35 cm Homage to Picasso No.4: a folio containing title page, colophon and 11 prints by the following artists: Max Bill, Jim Dine, Allen Jones, Roy Lichtenstein, Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell, Edouard Pignon, Emil Schumacher, Herve Telemagne, Joe Tilson, Walasse Ting. Published 1974. lithographs, screenprints and etching, each approx 76 x 56 cm

Homage to Picasso No.5: a folio containing title page, colophon, documentation sheet for complete Homage to Picasso set and 14 prints by the following artists: Gerhard Altenbourg, Arman, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Renato Guttoso, Hans

Hartung, Alfred Hrdlicka, Donald Judd, Wifredo Lam, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bernard Schultze, Kumi Sugai, Antoni Tapies, Gunther Uecker, Victor Vasarely.


Published 1974. screenprints, lithographs, etchings and woodcut each approx 75 x 56 cm £

America’s Homage to Picasso: a folio containing title page, 2 colphons and 11 prints by the following artists: Allan D'Arcangelo, Walter De Maria, Dan Flavin, Robert Indiana, Louise

Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, Peter Palermo, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Ernest Trova, Andy Warhol. Published 1974. screenprints and lithographs each approx 76 x 56 cm

Vautier, Ben Switzerland, France (born 1935) 1 A portfolio of 10 prints and title page. 1971 screenprints on black paper

each approx 22.2 x 50.2 cm

Vechal, Josef Czechoslovakia (born 1884) Adam and Eve. 1912 , colour woodcut 25 x 30 cm

Von Zulow, Franz Austria (1883-1963) The tree. 1910 paper stencil with watercolour 30.2 x 24.6 cm

Wadsworth, Edward Great Britain (1889-1949) Plate layer's sheds. c1918 woodcut 7.6 x 7.8 cm

Black country. 1918 woodcut 10.8 x 14.8 cm

Mine sweeper. c1918 woodcut 5 x 13.6 cm

Tarmac. 1919 woodcut 10.3 x 14.5 cm

Head.1920 woodcut 14.6 x 8.1 cm

Wrapping. 1920 woodcut 12 x 14 cm

Townscape. 1920 woodcut 10.6 x 9.6 cm

Still life. 1920 woodcut 15.3 x 10.3 cm

Warhol, Andy United States (born 1931) Mick dagger: a set of 10 prints. 1975 screenprints with gloss varnish, each approx

102.4 x 73.5 cm

Whistler, James Abbot McNeill United States, Great Britain (1834-1903) Bibi Lalouette. 1859

etching 22.8 x 15.2 cm

Venus. 1859 etching 15.2 x 22.6 cm

Annie Haden. 1860 etching 35 x 21.4 cm

The Punt. Trial proof. 1861 etching 12 x 16.4 cm

Victoria Club. 1879 lithograph on paper laid on paper 20.4 x 13.8 cm

Drury Lane rags. 1888 lithograph 15 x 16.2 cm

Chelsea shops. 1888 lithograph 9.6 x 19.6 cm

The cap. c1890 lithograph 20.2 x 14 cm

Model draping. 1890 lithograph 18.8 x 13.2 cm

The horoscope. 1890 lithograph 16 x 15.8 cm

The dancing girl. 1890 lithograph 17.8 x 14.6 cm

T h e n o v e l: s t u d y o f a g ir l r e a d in g . 1 8 9 0

lit h o g r a p h 2 0 x 7 .8 c m


Mother and child: No. 2. 1890 lithograph 15.8 x 20 cm

The tyresmith. 1890 lithograph 16 x 17.8 cm

The winged hat. 1890 lithograph 17.8 x 17 cm

Gloves of suede. 1890 lithograph 21.6 x 10.2 cm

The garden. 1891 lithograph 17 x 18.8 cm

Cocks and hens, Hotel Colbert. 1891 lithograph 19.4 x 14.2 cm

Red House, Paimpol. 1893 colour lithograph 22.8 x 16.8 cm

The Steps, Luxembourg. 1893 lithograph 21 x 15.8 cm

The Pantheon, from the terrace of the Luxembourg Gardens. 1893 lithograph 12.6 x 10 cm

Vitre: The Canal, Britanny. 1893 lithograph 23.6 x 14.8 cm

The Statue, Luxembourg Gardens. 1893 lithograph 12.8 x 12.4 cm

The Clockmaker's house, Paimpol. 1893 lithograph 20.2 x 14.6 cm

Conversation under the statue, Luxembourg gardens. 1893 lithograph 17 x 15 cm

Nude model reclining. 1893 lithograph 11.4 x 22 cm

The priest’s house-Rouen. 1894 lithograph 24 x 15.8 cm

T h e little d r a p e d fig u r e le a n in g . 1 8 9 4

lith o g r a p h 1 7 .6 x 1 4 .6 c m

The duet. 1894 lithograph 24.4 x 16 cm

The Long Gallery, Louvre. 1894 lithograph 21.6 x 15 cm

Late picquet. 1894 lithograph 18 x 15 cm

The laundress — La blanchisseuse de la Place Dauphine. 1894 lithograph 21.8 x 15.6 cm

La Belle Dame, Paresseuse. 1894 lithograph 24 x 17 cm

La robe rouge. 1894 lithograph 18.6 x 15 cm

The Little Cafe au Bois. 1894 lithograph 21 x 15.6 cm

The little balcony. 1894 lithograph 19.8 x 13.6 cm

The sisters. 1894 lithograph 14.8 x 21.8 cm

La belle jardiniere. 1894 lithograph 22.2 x 15.8 cm

The Smith: Passage du Dragon. 1894 lithograph 26.8 x 17.4 cm

The Forge: Passage du Dragon. 1894 lithograph 21.4 x 15.6 cm

La jolie New Yorkaise. 1894 lithograph 21.8 x 15 cm

Trixie, c 1892-94 lithograph 18.6 x 9.8 cm

Walter Sickert. 1895 lithograph 19 x 14 cm

Mother and child: No. 1. 1895 lithograph 18 x 19 cm

The Master Smith. 1895 lithograph 10.6 x 7.4 cm


Sunday— Lyme Regis. 1895 lithograph 19.6 x 10.8 cm

Evening. Little Waterloo Bridge. 1896 lithograph 12.2 x 19 cm

The shoemaker. c1895 lithograph 15.8 x 22 cm

Little London. 1896 lithograph 18.8 x 13.6 cm

Girl with bowl. 1895 lithograph 13.8 x 6.8 cm

The butcher's shop. 1896 lithograph 18.2 x 13 cm

The brothers. 1895 lithograph 20.2 x 14 cm

Study No. 1. Portrait of Thomas Way. 1896 lithograph 18.8 x 12 cm

Portrait of Miss Howells. 1895 lithograph 22.4 x 17 cm

A nude model arranging flowers, c 1890-96 lithograph 16.4x11.2 cm

The doctor. 1895 lithograph 18 x 9.2 cm

Sketch of W.E. Henley. 1896 lithograph 16.6 x 13.4 cm

Father and son. 1895 lithograph 20.6 x 15 cm

Lady and child. 1896 colour lithograph 15 x 23 cm

The blacksmith. 1895 lithograph 21 x 15 cm

The old Smith’s story. 1896 lithograph 20 x 15 cm

Fifth of November, 1895 lithograph 16.6 x 16.6 cm

Little Evelyn. 1896 lithograph 16 x 11.4 cm

Little London model. 1896 lithograph 17 x 12.8 cm

Needlework. 1896 lithograph 19.2 x 14.4 cm

Kensington Gardens. 1896 lithograph 15.8 x 14.8 cm

Little Dorothy. 1896 lithograph 19 x 13.5 cm

Savoy pigeons. 1896 lithograph 20 x 14 cm

The girl, c 1896-98 lithograph 23 x 12 cm

Waterloo Bridge. 1896 lithograph 16.8 x 12.6 cm

Portrait study: Miss Rosalind Birnie Philip. c1900 lithograph 20.4 x 15.4 cm

St Giles — in — the — fields. 1896 lithograph 21 x 24 cm Dorothy Seton in hat. c1902 lithograph 40.6 x 13.4 cm

The manager’s window, Gaiety Theatre. 1896 lithograph 16.8 x 13.6 cm Dorothy Seton. c1902 lithograph 20.8 x 13 cm

Charing Cross Railway Bridge. 1896 lithograph 13.2 x 22 cm Nocturne palaces, etching 30.8 x 20 cm

S t A n n e ’s, S o h o . 1 8 9 6

lit h o g r a p h 1 9 x 1 3 c m

Chateau Verneuil. etching 18 x 12.6 cm


Jo’s bent head. dry point 22.4 x 15.2 cm

Chancellerie, Loches. etching 27.4 x 16.4 cm

The desk. drypoint 21.4 x 13.8 cm

Wiley, William T United States (born 1937) Line Fever. 1978 softground etching on cream paper 70.8 x 55.6 cm

Willette, Adolphe France (1857-1926) Trade card for Editions. Sagot, 39 bis rue de Chateaudun, Paris. Paris, Belfont and Co. 1890­

99 lithograph 17.2 x 24 cm

Wujcik, Theo United States (born 1936) Alex Katz. 1978 etching 57.8 x 84 cm

Self-portrait. 1979 etching 44.8 x 59.7 cm

Tatyana Grosman. 1979 etching 45 x 59.8 cm

Robert Rauschenberg. 1977 etching 59.4 x 87.2 cm

Portrait of June Wayne. 1973 lithograph and coloured pencils 47.1 x 32.2 cm

Wunderlich, Paul West Germany (born 1927) (Nude) colour lithograph 67.2 x 50 cm

Yankel, Jacques France (born 1920) (Metamorphosis) colour lithograph 63.8 x 49 cm

Zakanitch, Robert United States (born 1935) (Abstract floral composition). 1978 colour screenprint 79 x 125.4 cm


Art Nouveau and Belle Epoque A collection of 34 European exhibition and advertising posters from the late 19th and early

20th centuries. The collection contains Art Nouveau posters from Paris by Alphonse Mucha, Emmanual Orazi, Maurice Biais and others; Jugendstil and Secessionist posters from

Munich and Vienna by Franz von Stuck, Koloman Moser, Berthold Loftier and others; early 20th century English posters by Dudley Hardy, W.S. Rogers and John Hassall. colour lithographs, various dimensions

Beggarstaff Brothers, Great Britain Advertisement: Rowntrees elect cocoa. c1910 enamel on metal 53.5 x 35.8 cm

Bonnard, Pierre France (1849-1934) Young woman with dog. Proof before letters for the Salon des Cent poster, with monogram. 1896 colour lithograph 61.2 x 42 cm

Cheret, Jules France (1836-1933) Elysee Montmartre, Bal Masque. 1890 colour lithograph 250.2 x 81 cm

Librarie Ed Sagot. 1891 colour lithograph in 2 parts 238 x 82 cm

Purgatif Geraudel. 1891 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on linen 248.2 x 83.2 cm

Saxoleine, Petrole de Surete Extra-Blanc. 1891 colour lithograph 74.6 x 55.6 cm


Halle aux chapeaux. 1892 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on linen 82.4 x 119.6 cm

Musee Grevin: Pantomimes lumineuses, Theatre Optique d'Emile Reynaud. 1892 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on

linen 111 x 79.8 cm

Saxoleine, Petrole de Surete. 1893 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on linen 247.4 x 81.4 cm

Lidia. 1895 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on linen 119.8 x 83 cm

Musee Grevin, Puppet theatre of John Hewalt. 1900 colour lithograph on paper subsequently laid on linen 115 x 83 cm

Davis, Douglas United States Walking Florence tapes. 1975 offset lithograph 53 x 40.5 cm

Gift of the artist

Games, Abram Great Britain, born 1914 Join the A.T.S. 1941 colour lithograph 73.4 x 48.8 cm

Horse-play with weapons may end like this 1942 colour lithograph 50.4 x 36.8 cm

Your talk may kill your comrades. 1942 colour lithograph 75 x 48.2 cm

Royal Shakespeare Theatre International Centenary appeal. c1974-75 colour offset lithograph 74.4 x 47.8 cm Gift of Abram Games

Royal Shakespeare Company. 1975 colour offset lithograph 74.4 x 47.8 cm Gift of Abram Games

Hockney, David Great Britain (born 1937) Exhibition: David Hockney, the Grey Art Gallery and Study Centre, New York, 1980 offset lithograph 71 x 50.3 cm Gift of Petersburg Press

Meurice, Jean Michel France (born 1938) Jean M Meurice to Claudia Viallat. 1973 colour offset lithograph 84.4 x 69.2 cm Gift of the artist

Mourlot Archive A collection of 74 contemporary exhibition posters comprising 13 posters, with duplicate copies, illustrating reproductions of works by

Bonnard, Boudin, Cocteau, Matisse, Picasso, Redon and others.

24 posters with duplicate copies, for recent exhibitions by the following contemporary artists: Bardone, Brasilier, Buffet, Genis, Guiramand, Hockney, Jansem, Minaux and others.

Titus-Carmel, Gerard France (born 1941) A collection of 10 exhibition posters for the following:

Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. 1971 Galerie Arnesen, Copenhagen. 1974 La Hune, Paris. 1978

Musee de Gagnes sur Mer, France. 1976(2) Musee National d’Art Moderne, Paris. 1978 Galerie Maeght, Paris. 1978 Memorial Hall, Dusseldorf. 1979 Royal College of Art Gallery, Kensington Gore,

London. c1979 offset lithograph, various dimensions Gift of the artist

Unknown Artist Exhibition: Christo, Central Street Gallery, Sydney. 1969 colour screenprint on woven synthetic polymer fabric 56 x 41.2 cm Gift of James Mollison


World War II posters A collection of one French and 42 British World War II recruiting posters which includes 6 posters designed by Hans Schleger (Zero); posters designed by Jones, Desmond Moore,

Henrion, Clive Upton, H.A. Rothholz and Charles Wood; and other posters for H.M. Stationery Office, the Board of Trade and the Ministry of Labour and National Service, London. Gift of the Australian War Memorial

Illustrated Books from 1800

Alix, Pierre Michel France (1762-1817) (Le Vacher, J (de Chamois)) Recherches sur les costumes et sur les Theatres de Toutes les Nations. Paris, M.F. Drouhin, 1802. Containing 44 etchings including 42 with hand­ colouring book 26.4 x 21.2 cm

Archipenko, Alexander; Boccioni, Umberto; Severini, Gino USSR (1887-1964); Italy (1882-1916); (1883­ 1966) (Papini, Giovanni, editor) Lacerba, Florence. 1913-15. A complete run of 69 issues of a journal containing reproductions of linocuts, lithographs and drawings by various artists in a pochoir portfolio by Sonia Delaunay

portfolio 38 x 28 cm

Beckmann, Max Germany (1884-1950) (Edschmid, Kasimir) Die Furstin. Weimar, Gustav Kiepenheuer, 1918. Containing 6 etchings

book 30 x 23.8 cm

Blake, William Great Britain (1757-1827) Illustrations of the Book of Job. London, William Blake, 1825. Containing 22 engravings

book 28.6 x 27 cm

Blanche, Jacques-Emile; Ransom, Paul France (1861-1942); (1864-1909) (Gide, Andre; Louys, Pierre; Regnier, Henri de, editors and authors) Le Centaure. Paris, 1896. 2 vols of a periodical within original wrappers subsequently bound, containing 9 original graphics by various artists book 24.8 x 19.4 cm

Bonnard, Pierre France (1867-1947) (Sophista, Longus) Les Pastorales, ou Daphnis et Chloe. Paris, Ambroise Vollard, 1902. Containing 161 lithographs and 155 lithographs printed in blue book 33.2 x 26.2 cm

(Terrasse, Claude; Courteline, Georges) Lieds de Montmartre. No 1. Pantheon Courcelles. Paris, Paul Dupont, (1898). A music book containing one lithograph in brown ink as title page and the same lithograph in another

impression on paper cover book 28 x 19.6 cm

Braque, Georges France (1882-1963) (Reverdy, Pierre) La liberte des mers. France, Maeght, 1959. Containing 8 colour lithographs and 50 pp. of lithographs cover 57.6 x 39.4 cm

Burliuk, David USSR (1882-1967) (Burliuk, David; Kamensky, Vasily; Mayakovsky, Vladimir) Gazeta Futuristov. Tomsk, Eparkhial nago Bratstva, 1919. A single sheet newspaper containing 2 line block reproductions after original woodcuts by David Burliuk sheet 45.8 x 32.6 cm

Carriere, Eugene France (1849-1906) (Morice, Charles) Le Christ de Carriere. Brussel, Edition de la Libre Esthetique, 1899. Containing one etching book 19.4 x 13.2 cm


Corot, Camille; Daubigny, Charles; Manet, Edouard France (1796-1875); (1817-1878); (1832-1883) (Burty, Philippe, editor) Sonnets et Eaux-Fortes. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1869. Containing 42 etchings by various artists book 35.6 x 26.4 cm

Czeschka, Carl Austria (1878-1960) (Heim, Franz) Die Nibelungen. Vienna, Verlag Gerlach und

Wiedling, 1924. Containing 8 lithographs with gold after the original designs by Carl Czeschka book 15.2 x 13.8 cm

Eric de Mare Collection A collection documenting wood-engraving in England, 1805-C1900, including 210 books illustrated with wood-engravings; a set of 4 colour wood-engravings and one engraved woodblock.

Derain, Andre France (1880-1954) (Apollinaire, Guillame) L’Enchanteur Pourrissant. Paris, Henry

Kahnweiler, 1909. Containing 31 woodcuts and woodcut publisher’s device book 29.8 x 21 cm

Ernst, Max France (1891-1958) Reve d'une petite fille qui voulut entrer au Carmel. Paris, Editions du Carrefour, 1930. Containing 79 wood-engravings

book 23.6 x 18.8 cm

(Arp, Jean) Histoire Naturelle. Paris, 1926. Containing 34 collotypes after original frottages portfolio 51.8 x 35 cm

Grandville, Jean Ignace France (1803-1847) Un Autre Monde. Paris, H. Fournier, 1844. Containing 182 wood-engravings, including 36 hand-coloured wood-engravings book 27.4 x 20.8 cm

Image, Selwyn Great Britain (1849-?) (Field, Michael) The Tragic Mary. London, George Bell and Sons,

1890. Containing one illustration on original wrapper book 19.8 x 15.4 cm

Kandinsky, Wassily USSR (1866-1944) Klange. Munich, Reinhard Piper, 1913.

Containing 43 woodcuts and 12 colour woodcuts book 28.6 x 28.4 cm

(Merodack-Jeaneau, Alexis, editor) Les Tendances Nouvelles. Paris, 1906-14 23 vols of a possible 34 vols. An irregularly published journal of the arts containing line

block and photographic reproductions after original graphics by Wassily Kandinsky and other artists.

Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig Germany (1880-1938) (Bosshart, Jakob)

Neben der Heerstrasse. Zurich, Grethlein and Co., 1923. Containing 23 woodcuts book 20 x 14 cm

(Heym, George) Umbra Vitae — Nachgelassene Gedichte. Munich, Kurt Wolff, 1924. Containing 46 woodcuts and one colour woodcut

book 23.2 x 15.6 cm

Klinger, Max Germany (1857-1920) Amor und Psyche. Munich, Theo. Stroefer, 1880.

Containing 15 etchings, 31 line block reproductions of original etchings book 36.2 x 26.6 cm

Klucis, Gustave Latvia (1894-1944) (Kruchenykh, Alexsei) 15 Let Russkogo Futurisma 1912-1927. Materialy

i Kommentarii. Moscow, Vserossiiyskogo Soyuza Poetov, 1928. Containing one photo-montage and 6 photographic reproductions book 17 x 12.8 cm


lazyk Lenina. Moscow, 1925. Containing 4 photomechanical reproductions by Gustave Klucis and a cover design by V. Kulagina Klucis. 1925 book 19 x 14 cm

Kokoschka, Oskar Austria (1886-1980) Die Traeumenden Knaben. Vienna, Wiener Werkstatte, 1908. Containing 8 colour lithographs and 2 reproductions from original illustrations book 24.4 x 30 cm

0 Ewigkeit Du Donnerwort so Spanne Heine Glieder aus. Berlin, Verlag Fritz Gurlitt, 1918. Containing 11 lithographs printed in brown, one reproduction from an original drawing book 56.2 x 42.4 cm

Lissitzky, Eliezer USSR (1890-1941) (Bolshakov, Konstantin) Solntse na Izlete. Vtoraya Kniga Stikhov 1913­ 1916. Moscow, Tsentrifuga, 1916. Containing one line block reproduction from an original illustration by El. Lissitzky on front of paper cover book 23.4 x 19.2 cm

Manet, Edouard France (1832-1883) (Houssaye, Arsene, editor) L’ Artiste. Paris, 1 July, 1867. A journal containing one etching by Manet and 4 original graphics by other artists book 28.4 x 19.4 cm

Marcoussis, Louis Poland (1883-1941) 10 Eaux-Fortes pour Aurelia de Gerard de Nerval. Paris, Editions Fourcade, 1931. Containing 34 etchings portfolio 42.2 x 32.8 cm

Matisse, Henri France (1869-1954) (Mallarme, Stephane) Poesies. Lausanne, Albert Skira and Cie., 1932. Containing 57 etchings

portfolio 33.6 x 25.4 cm

Meryon, Charles France (1821-1868) (Gautier, Theophile, editor) L’Artiste. Paris, 1858. vol. v. issue 9, of a journal containing one etching, together with issues 13 and 14 of vol. v, each containing one etching cover 33 x 24.8 cm

Nash, Paul Great Britain (1889-1946) (Drinkwater, John) Cotswold Characters. New Haven, Yale

University Press, 1921. Containing 5 wood- engravings book 19.2 x 13.2 cm

Nicholson, William; Pryde, James Great Britain (1872-1949); (1866-1941) Tony Drum, a cockney boy. London, William Heinemann, 1898. Containing 10 reproductions after original designs

book 19.6 x 14.4 cm

Picasso, Pablo Ruiz Spain, France (1881-1973) (Button, George Louis Leclerc de) Eaux-fortes originales pour textes de Button. Paris, Martin Fabiani, 1942. Containing 31 etchings portfolio 37.6 x 28.6 cm

Picasso, Pablo Ruiz Spain, France (1881-1973) (Gongora, Y Argote, Luis de; Milner, Z, translator) Vingt Poems de Gongora. Paris, (s.n.) 1948. Containing 41 leaves of original graphics portfolio 38.8 x 28.6 cm

Piranesi, Giovanni Battista Italy (1720-1778) Diverse maniere d’adornare i cammini, Rome, Genevosa Salomomi, 1769. Containing 73 etchings book 56.2 x 42.6 cm


Rest Fenner Smith and Company United States Rest Fenner Smith and Co., makers of fine gold and silver-headed walking sticks, New York. A trade catalogue containing 40 lithographs and

line block illustrations by anonymous artists book 28.8 x 24 cm

Roche, Pierre France (1855-1922) (Marx, Roger)

La Loie Fuller. Paris, Evreux, Rodrigues, 1904. 17 coloured gypsographs with hand-coloured gypsograph wrapper in a binding by Caryou book 26.8 x 22 cm

Rodchenko, Alexsandr USSR (1891-1956) ( (Mayakovsky, Vladimir) Razgovor fininspektorom o poezii. Tiflis, 1926.

Containing one photomontage and 2 colour montages by Alexsandr Rodchenko book 17.5 x 13 cm

Rodin, Auguste | France (1840-1917) (Gautier Theophile; Daudet, Alphonse and others)

Les Lettres et Les Arts (Revue lllustree). Paris, Boussod Valadon et Cie, 1886-89. A journal bound in 16 vols (4 series, nos 1-4). Containing numerous reproductions from original

illustrations and original etchings by various artists including Auguste Rodin book 33 x 27.2 cm

Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl Germany (1884-1976) (Brust, Alfred) Das Spiel Christa vom Schmerz der Schonheit

des Weibes. Berlin, Verlag Die Aktion, 1918. Containing 9 woodcuts book 21.6 x 13.8 cm

Segonzac, Andre Dunoyer de France (1884-1974) (Virgil) Georgica (Les Georgiques). Paris, Segonzac,

1944 (1947). 3 vols. vols I and II contain 119 etchings by Segonzac. vol III contains an extra set of etchings portfolio 46.6 x 34.4 cm

Tapies, Antoni Spain (born 1923) (Du Bouchet, Andre) Air. Paris, Maeght Editeur, 1971. Containing 31 original graphics

portfolio 29.4 x 23.2 cm

(Brossa, Joan) Derriere le miroir. Paris, Maeght Editeur, 1969. Containing 28 colour lithographs portfolio 38.2 x 28.2 cm

(Raillard, Georges) Derriere le miroir. Tapies Monotypes. France, Maeght Editeur, 1974. Containing 4 lithographs,

7 monotypes in a monotype wrapper cover 38 x 28.2 cm

Tissot, Jean Jacques France (1836-1902) (Goncourt, Edmond de; Goncourt, Jules) Renee Mauperin. Paris, Charpentier et Cie,

1884. Containing 10 etchings book 25.8 x 17.4 cm

Titus-Carmel, Gerard France (born 1941) (Faye, Jean Pierre)

Verres. Paris, Editions Seghers Laffont, 1977. Containing one lithograph book 22 x 14.8 cm Gift of the artist, Paris

(Fremon, Jean) Noeud. Malakoff (Paris), Orange Export Ltd., 1978. Containing one etching

portfolio 19.6 x 14.6 cm Gift of the artist

(Salvy, Gerard Julien, editor) L’energumene. Paris, La Societe Mondiale d’lmpression, 1973. Containing one lithograph book 27.2 x 17.4 cm

Gift of the artist


Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de; Ibels, Henri France (1864-1901); (1867-1936) (Montorgueil, Georges) Le Cafe Concert. Paris, L’Estampe Originale, 1893. A portfolio containing 11 lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec and 11 lithographs by H-G.

Ibels portfolio 44.6 x 33 cm

(Renard, Jules) Histoire Naturelles. Paris, H. Floury, 1899. Containing 23 lithographs book 32 x 23 cm

Various Artists Die Flache vol. 1. Vienna, 1909. Produced by A. Schroll (4 double-sided leaves containing 30 compositions plus 28 decorative vignettes) colour lithograph 31 x 21 cm

Vlaminck, Maurice France (1876-1958) (Vanderpyl, Fritz) Voyages. Paris, Editions de la Galerie Simon, 1920. Containing 25 woodcuts book 32.8 x 23.2 cm

Vuillard, Edouard France (1868-1940) Programme cover for ‘Ames solitaires de Gerhart Hauptmann a la Theatre de I'Oeuvre’. c1893 lithograph on brown paper 33 x 24.6 cm

Nouvelles Passionnees. Paris, Edition de la Revue Blanche, 1893. Containing one colour lithograph book 22.8 x 14.4 cm

Artists’ Books and Ephemera

Abrahams, Ivor Great Britain (born 1935) Oxford Gardens/ a sketchbook. Great Britain, Bernard Jacobson, 1977. Containing 116 pages with screenprint offset lithograph and screenprint 23 x 37.5 cm

Abrahams, Mike (Pensioners marching), from Growing old. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Addamo, Giuseppe Italy (born 1927) Ossimori and tantalogie: Carpi, Tipografia Guaitoli, 1972. Containing title page, 30 pages and 50 illustrations offset lithograph 20 x 19.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Andre, Carl United States (born 1935) Quincy book. (5 copies). 1973

Apple, Jack: United States Partitions. (5 copies). 1976

Arlington, Gary (editor) San Francisco comic book. Berkeley, The Print Mint, 1970, vol. 1 no. 2. Containing 32 pages of comic strip by various artists offset lithograph 24.8 x 17.2 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Armstrong, Robert Mickey rat comix. Milwaukee, Kitchen Sink Enterprizes, 1972. vol. 1 no. 2. Containing 32 pages of comic strip offset lithograph 25.3 x 17.2 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Astronette United States 11 postcards. c1976-79 colour Xerox, various dimensions

Atkinson, Terry Great Britain Notes. London, Robert Self Publications and The Midland Group Gallery, 1976. Containing 36 pages offset lithograph 27.6 x 21 cm


Atkinson, Terry (editor) Art Language/ Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. Art and Language Press, September 1975 offset lithograph 21 x 14.9 cm

Art Language voi. 1 no. 1. Leamington Spa, (U.K.), Art and Language Press, 1969. Containing 32 pages offset lithograph 21 x 14.2 cm

Art Language vol. 3 no. 2. Banbury (U.K.), Art and Language Press, May 1975. Containing 129 pages

offset lithograph 29.4 x 20.8 cm

Art Language vol. 4 no. 2. London, Robert Self Publications 1977. Containing 87 pages offset lithograph 21.2 x 15.2 cm

Art Language vol. 4 no. 3 Banbury (U.K.), Art and Language Press, October, 1978. Containing 123 pages.

offset lithograph 21 x 15 cm

Art Language vol. 4 no. 4. Banbury (U.K.), Art and Language Press, June 1980. Containing 61 pages offset lithograph 20.8 x 14.8 cm

Babylon Books The lives and times of Frank Zappa. Manchester, Babylon Books. Containing 56 pages offset lithograph 25.2 x 19 cm

Baldessari, John United States (born 1931) Throwing three balls in the air to get a straight line ‘best of thirty-six attempts’. Milan, Giampaolo

Prearo/Galleria Toselli, 1973. Containing 14 loose leaves offset lithograph 24.5 x 32.6 cm

Banana, Anna United States (born 1940) Sometimes yearly banana rag. San Francisco, Banana Productions, 1975. Containing 6 leaves and one broadsheet offset lithograph 35.4 x 21.6 cm

Banana, Anna (editor) Vile. vol. 3 no. 1 (Christmas special). San Francisco, Anna Banana, 1975. Containing 66

pages offset lithograph 28 x 21,2 cm

Barber, Bruce; Apple, Billy New Zealand (born 1950); (born 1935) Whittlers' soliloquies. A dialogue of words to illustrate and review the contiguity between the words subtopia and subulate. Containing 18

pages Xerox 29.4 x 20.9 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Barber, Ed (Lady with twins, in lounge room), from People portraits. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop

offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Baxter, lain Canada (born 1936) Trans VSI connection/ NSCAD-NETCO Sept 15- Oct 5 1969. (4 copies). Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada), Nova Scotia College of Art and

Design, 1970 offset lithograph 27.6 x 21.6 cm

Beal, Suzanne United States Pro fun magazine vol. 2 no. 16. Los Angeles, Platinum Jackalopes Publishing Inc., 1980 offset lithograph 27.5 x 21 cm Gift of Artworks, California

Bear, Liza (editor) United States Avalanche no. 5. New York, Kineticism Press, 1972. Containing 60 pages offset lithograph 23.3 x 23.8 cm

Avalanche December, 1974. New York, Center for New Art Activities, Inc., 1974. Containing 44 pages offset lithograph 42 x 29.6 cm

Avalanche no. 12. New York, Center for New Art Activities, Inc., 1975. Containing 39 pages offset lithograph 42 x 29.8 cm


Bender, Felix; Nostral, Ronald; Homes, Flowrinoy Farnk comix. Aardvark Press, 1969. Containing 32 pages of comic strip offset lithograph 24 x 17.1 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Beuys, Joseph West Germany (born 1921) Da gebratene fischgrati. Berlin, Edition Hundertmark, 1972 offset lithograph 18.6 x 23.8 cm

Abendunterhaltung mit Joseph Beuys. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1977. Box containing newspaper, poster and postcard offset lithograph, rubber stamps 2.5 x 16 x 21 cm

Honigpumpe am arbeitsplatz, 'Honey pump’. Heidelberg, Edition Staek, 1977: 10 postcards and title page in plastic envelope. 1977 offset lithograph, rubber stamps, synthetic

polymer envelope each postcard 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Words which can hear. London, Anthony d Off ay, 1981. Containing 22 pages offset lithograph 30.2 x 21.4 cm

Words which can hear. London, Anthony d Off ay, 1981. Containing 22 pages offset lithograph 30.2 x 21.4 cm

Biff Products Great Britain 6 postcards. 1980 offset lithograph, various dimensions Gift of Tony Twigg

Bird, Jon (editor) Great Britain Block no. 1. East Barnet, Middlesex Polytechnic, 1979. Containing 56 pages offset lithograph 29.8 x 21 cm

Block no. 2. East Barnet, Middlesex Polytechnic, 1980. Containing 60 pages offset lithograph 29.8 x 21 cm

Blunt Instrument Graphics, New York (printer) United States Search ... research, bringing new and better things to you. 1976-79 colour Xerox 11.2 x 16.3 cm

Bochner, Mel United States (born 1940) Misunderstanding ‘a theory of photography’. (3 copies). New York, Multiples Inc., 1970. An envelope work containing 10 loose leaves offset lithograph, each leaf 12.5 x 22 cm

Brad, L. (editor) United States Damage vol. 1 no. 6. San Francisco, Damaged Goods Company, 1980, Containing 42 pages offset lithograph 44.8 x 29.8 cm

Brecht, George; Filliou, Robert United States (born 1924); France (born 1926) Games at the Cedilla or the Cedilla takes off. New York, Something Else Press, 1967 offset lithograph 20.5 x 14.5 cm

Brecht, George United States (born 1924) Chance imagery. (2 copies). New York, Something Else Press, 1966. Containing 15 pages offset lithograph 21.5x13.8 cm

Bronson, A.A. Canada General Idea’s/ reconstruction futures. Toronto, (s.n.), 1978. Exhibition catalogue for series of exhibitions at Canada House, London, Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris and Kunsthall, and Basel. Containing 24 pages offset lithograph 35.6 x 27.2 cm

Brown, George How far do you live from a nuclear power station?. For the Anti-Nuclear Campaign, published by Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. 1980 postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.6 cm Gift of Leeds Postcards


3 postcards from Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain, 1980 offset lithograph, each 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Brown, Kathan United States A discussion of beauty. Oakland (Cal.). Crown Point Press, 1980. Containing 14 pages offset lithograph 15.2 x 8.2 cm Gift of Crown Point Press

Brown, Ken (editor) United States Transmissions. Cambridge (Massachusetts), Ken Brown Publications, 1980. Containing 19

pages offset lithograph 39.8 x 29 cm

Brown, Paul Great Britain Venus in ultraviolet light. Cardiff, Second Aeon Publications. Containing 12 pages including 14

illustrations and title page offset lithograph 20.6 x 14.7 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Burden, Chris; Davis, Douglas; Oppenheim, Dennis; Ristic, Predrag United States (born 1946; 1933; 1938; -)

Art as living ritual. Germany, Horst Gerhard Haberl, 1974. A conceptual art catalogue of a folded sheet containing 4 pages offset lithograph 35.4 x 30 cm

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Buren, Daniel France (born 1938) Legend vols 1-2. London, Warehouse Publications, 1973. Containing 207 pages, in slipcase offset lithograph 21 x 29.6 cm

Reboundings. (2 copies). Brussels, Daled and Gevaert, 1977. Containing 77 pages offset lithograph 20.5 x 13 cm

Cage, John United States (born 1912) Diary: how to improve the world ‘you will only make matters worse’ continued part three 1967. New York, Something Else Press. Containing 15 pages offset lithograph 21.1 x 13.4 cm

Empty words. London, Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd, 1980. Containing 187 pages offset lithograph 22.2 x 19 cm

Cage, John (et al) Music/ sound/ language/ theater: Oakland (Cal.), Point Publications, 1980. Containing 68 pages offset lithograph 23 x 20.3 cm

Caprio, G. (et al) United States Greaser comics. New York, Half Ass. Press, 1977. no. 1. Containing 24 pages of comic strip offset lithograph 25.4 x 17.8 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Charlesworth, Sarah Great Britain Modern history 'second reading' Edinburgh, New 57 Gallery 1979. Containing 37 pages

offset lithograph 29.5 x 20.6 cm

Chevli, Lyn; Sutton, Joyce United States Tits and clits comix. Laguna Beach, Nanny Goat Productions, 1972. Containing 32 pages of comic strip offset lithograph 24.8 x 18.2 cm

Gift of Douglas Newton

Christo Bulgaria, United States (born 1935) Packed tower. Spoleto, Italy, 1968. New York, Multiples Inc., 1970. Containing 9 loose leaves in box

offset lithograph, each leaf 25.4 x 20 cm

Valley curtain, Grand Hogback, Rifle, Colorado. 1970-72 colour offset lithograph 10.3 x 15 cm Gift of Tony Twigg


Cleveland, Buster (et al) United States Fallout Smegma. New York, (s.l.), 1980.

Containing 12 pages 35.5 x 21.6 cm

Cobbing, Bob Great Britain (born 1920) Chamber music, score of poem for 6 or 12 voices or for electronic treatment in homage to James Joyce. Stuttgart, Edition Hansjorg Mayer, 1967 offset lithograph 47.8 x 63 cm

Concrete poetry, Gloup and woup: Gillengham, Arc Publications, 1974. Containing 24 loose pages of text folded and 25 loose sheets of

illustrations of works by Bob Cobbing, Kenelm Cox, Tom Edmonds, Dorn Silvester Houedard, John Firnival and a business card offset lithograph, each sheet 20.8 x 20.8 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Cork, Richard (editor) Great Britain Studio international, vol. 195. London. The Studio Trust, 1980. Containing 96 pages offset lithograph 29.6 x 21 cm

Crazier, Robin Great Britain (born 1936) Anthology. Cardiff, Second Aeon Publications, 1973. Plastic sleeve containing one folded sheet

entitled Anthology containing 2 cutouts and collages and an envelope containing 4 dockets and a colour supplement of 8 pages offset lithograph, collage and coloured fibre- tipped pens 21 x 13.9 cm

Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Portrait of Robin Crazier. Sunderland, Coelfrith, 1975. Containing 68 pages with illustrations offset lithograph 19 x 19 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Crazier, Robin (et al) Multiples. An envelope containing the works of 8 artists: Diego Barboza, Julien Blaine, Paulo Bruscky, Robin Crazier, Phillip Duncan, Lomholt, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Horacio Zabala. c1975 offset lithograph, envelope 23 x 12.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Crumb, Robert United States 3 comic books. C1970-72 offset lithograph, each 24.5 x 17 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Cunningham, Merce United States Changes: notes on choreography. New York, Something Else Press, 1968 offset lithograph 24 x 16 cm

Cy, Marco Italy Punk artist nos 4-5. Milan, Studioriga, 1979 offset lithograph 38.8 x 29.6 cm

D'Albrecht (editor) West Germany (born 1944) Teutonic Schmuck no. 1. London, Beau Geste Press, December 1975. Containing 84 pages. Cardboard cover with pocket on verso containing smaller magazine of 24 pages offset lithograph 20.3 x 29.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Darboven, Hanne West Germany (born 1941) Bismarckzeit. Bonn, Rheinisches Landes museum, 1979 offset lithograph 26 x 20 cm

Devlin, Michael United States Poets. March 1978. A magazine of poetry and prose containing 24 pages offset lithograph 27.6 x 20.4 cm Gift of Alan Guttman

Dezonia, Barbara United States Stuff magazine no. 24. Los Angeles, Stuff Enterprizes, 1980. Containing 20 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 43.4 x 28.1 cm Gift of Artworks, California

Dilworth, Paul The Central Council for British Naturism. (2 copies) postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm


Dine, Jim United States (born 1935) Welcome home love birds. London, Trigram Press, 1969. Containing 58 pages, accompanied by an untitled screenprint offset lithograph, screenprint on synthetic polymer film book 25.4 x 19.2 cm

Dragoni, Ferruccio I would like to live in Navanoah. 1979 rubber stamps and collage 29.6 x 20.8 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Drummond, Andrew New Zealand (born 1951) The grass is greener... An installation. Manawatu Art Gallery 11 -26 August 1979. 8

pages with plastic sleeve containing lawn seed, green card cover with strip of plastic grass on front cover, staple-bound

offset lithograph, lawnseed, synthetic polymer 14.8 x 21.1 cm Gift of Margaret Taylor

Edmonds, Lynne Anti-nuclear campaign postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Ehrenberg, Filipe Mexico Pussywillow, a journal of conditions. South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1973. Containing 64 pages with title page, including 37 pages of illustrations, cardboard cover offset lithograph 22 x 15.4 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist, 1981.

Pussywillow, a journal of conditions, South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1973. Containing 64 pages, with soft cover offset lithograph 22 x 15.4 cm

La docena y el pilon ‘painters dozen’: a suite of 12 lithographs in portfolio. (S.I.), Beau Geste Press, 1974. (1969-74) 32.8x24.6 cm

Eriksson, Leif Sweden Revised temptation. (S.I.), (s.n.)., 1980. Containing 11 leaves felt, paper, canvas, rubber stamps, screenprint, collage 22.2 x 19.6 cm

Fast Cheap And Easy Graphics, Berkeley, California, (printer) United States 11 postcards. c1976-79 colour Xerox, various dimensions

Filliou, Robert France (born 1926) Teaching and learning as performing arts. Cologne, Verlag Ger Koenig, 1970. Containing 22 pages offset lighograph 21 x 28 cm

Finlay, Ian Hamilton Great Britain (born 1925) Ian Hamilton Finlay. London, The Arts Council of

Great Britain, 1977. Exhibition catalogue containing 96 pages offset lithograph 23 x 15.6 cm

Fisher, Jean Great Britain John Blake. London, Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 12

pages offset lithograph 20.8 x 15 cm

Fraser, Tom United States 7 postcards colour Xerox, various dimensions

Friedman, Ken United States The aesthetics. South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1972. Containing 94 pages, cardboard cover offset lithograph 28.4 x 20.2 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist


The aesthetics. South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1973. Containing 90 leaves, soft cover offset lithograph 28.6 x 20.6 cm

Fulton, Hamish Great Britain (born 1946) No title. Milan, Franco Toselli, 1974. Containing 22 pages offset lithograph 38.8 x 52.2 cm Gift of Terry Measham

Gaglione, Bill (editor) United States (born 1945) Vile/ International double issue vol 1. no. 2, vol. 2 no. 1. San Francisco, 1976. Containing 100 pages offset lithograph 27.8 x 21.4 cm

Vile no. 6 FE-MAIL art. 1978. San Francisco, Associated Art Publishers. Containing 107 pages offset lithograph 25.4 x 17.7 cm

Vile #7/ Stampart, Winter 1979. (2 copies). San Francisco, Banana Productions 1979. Containing 202 pages with a rubber stamp on card cover rubber stamps, collage 24.2 x 16.8 cm

Gaglione, Bill; Banana, Anna (editors) United States (born 1945; 1940) Vile vol. 1 no. 1 San Francisco, s.n., (n.d.) Valentines edition, containing 56 pages, with dust jacket. 1974 offset lithograph and rubber stamps 28.2 x 21.8 cm

Vile/ the editors, Vile vol. 1 no. 4. San Francisco, Sept 1974. Containing 48 pages offset lithograph 28 x 21.6 cm

Vile. International vol. 3 no. 2, San Francisco, 1977. Containing 98 pages offset lithograph, rubber stamps 27.4 x 21.4 cm

Gerz, Jochen France (born 1940) Foto/ text 1975-78. Hannover, Kestner- Gesellschaft 1978. Containing 180 pages offset lithograph 20.6 x 20.6 cm

Gilbert & George Great Britain (born 1943); (born 1942) 8 greeting cards and 'Pink Elephants’ envelopes 1973 offset lithograph, rubber stamps, pen and ink, each 20.3 x 12.8 cm Gift of James Mollison

Godfrey, Tony (editor) Great Britain Artlog, nos 1,2 and 3. Winchester, (s.n.), 1979?. Containing 18 pages with 20 colour 35 mm slides offset lithograph, synthetic polymer film and phototransparency 29.8 x 23.5 cm

Greenhill, Richard Great Britain (Childbirth at home), from Family self-portrait. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop. 1980 offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Guttmann, Alan United States Reflection. 1978 offset lithograph 24.6 x 21.6 cm

Song for pregnant fathers (pamphlet poem). 1978 offset lithograph 28 x 21.6 cm

Book of poems in 5 loose pages. 1979 offset lithograph 28 x 21.6 cm

Program war. A visual poem on 3 transparent acetate sheets. 1979 offset lithograph on transparent acetate sheet, 21.6 x 28 cm

Gift of Alan Guttman

Haacke, Hans West Germany (born 1936) Framing and being framed, seven works 1970­ 75. (3 copies). Halifax ( Nova Scotia), Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1975. Containing 153 pages offset lithograph 25.4 x 20.6 cm


Hamilton, Richard Great Britain (born 1922) Drawings, prints and paintings 1941-55. London, Anthony d'Offay, 1979. Containing 32 pages offset lithograph 17 x 12 cm

Interiors 1964-79. London, Waddington Galleries, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 32 pages offset lithograph 7 x 12 cm

Hamilton, Richard; Roth, Dieter Great Britain (born 1922); West Germany (born 1930) The Rotham certificated (suite 2). Gerona

(Spain) and Stuttgart, Galeria Codaques and Hansjorg Mayer, 1977. Portfolio of 37 postcards offset lithograph, each 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Harrison, Paul (Elderly couple sitting on doorstep), from Portugal: a social revolution. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Hartley, Ian (editor) Spurt no. 2. Containing 22 pages, paper cover staple-bound offset lithograph 26. x 20.4 cm

Gift of Tony Twigg

Henderson, Nigel Great Britain Bethnal Green. 1949-52. A suite of 6 postcards.

London, Half Moon Photography Workshop offset lithograph, each 12 x 15 cm

Hess, Felix The Netherlands 4096 pins. (2 copies). Adelaide, Experimental Art Foundation, 1977. Containing 12 pages of

illustrations, staple-bound. 1979 offset lithograph 18.6 x 17.4 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Higgins, Dick United States (born 1938) A dialectic of centuries, notes towards a theory of the new arts. New York, Printed Editions,

1978. Containing 196 pages with hard cover and dust cover offset lithograph 24 x 14.8 cm

Some recent snowflakes ‘and other things’. New York, Stinehour Press, 1979. Containing 100 pages with cloth, hard cover, and dust cover offset lithograph 21.4 x 14.8 cm

Hockney, David Great Britain (born 1937) David’s evening on wheels. (2 copies). A souvenir handkerchief, for the benefit of the Grey Art Gallery, N.Y. 1980

screenprint on cotton and polyester material 48 x 50 cm Gift of James Mollison

Horiike, Tohei Japan Rubber stamp art. (2 copies). San Francisco, (s.n.), 1979. Containing 7 pages offset lithograph 21.6 x 14 cm

Immoos, Franz The Netherlands 30 Years smiling to you — Hoax Post stamps. (2 copies). A sheet of 30 stamps plus one Hoax stamp with artist’s name. 1979

rubber stamps 40 x 29.8 cm

Hoax Post envelope containing 5 sets of stamps. (2 copies). c1979 rubber stamps with coloured inks 30 x 21 cm

Hoax Post photograph: black and white photograph of Hoax Post stamp sheet and cardboard roll. 1979 offset lithograph 10.8 x 10.4 cm

J and J West Germany Stilkunde an beispielen ein lehrspiel: stadtischen museum minochengladbach for the postcard

exhibition 28 March-28 April 1974. Containing 2 pages and 40 postcards, bound with string offset lithograph 19.8 x 15.4 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Jenkins, Kevin (editor) United States Boulevard vol 1. no. 5. San Francisco, Kevin Jenkins and Assoc. Inc., 1980. Containing 54

pages, staple-bound offset lithograph 36.8 x 26.7 cm


Jo and El (designers for Dennis Designs) United States 3 untitled postcards of metallic optical design. 1976-79 coloured plasticized metallic sheet on card

10.1 x 14.9 cm

Jacobs, David Ericca— Equal Rights in Clubs Campaign for Action postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Snooker for women — a woman’s rite to cues. For Ericca, published by Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1980 postcard, offset lithograph 15x11 Gift of Leeds Postcards

Jones, Mary; Glower, Joe United States Modern drawing. Los Angeles, Modern drawing, 1979. Containing 24 pages

offset lithograph 27.8 x 21.6 cm

Kalberg, Bruce United States No Magazine. Los Angeles, Frank Gargani and Bruce Kalberg, 1980. Containing 46 pages, staple-bound offset lithograph 34.6 x 27.2 cm

Kalkman, Hans Werner West Germany (born 1940) Catchword: Patash mine/ actions, profits, concepts. Leaflet with letter from Kalkman on top half and notification of ‘Inhibrodress’ last exhibition. 1971 Xerox, 30.4 x 21.6 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Kaprow, Allan United States (born 1927) Echo-logy. (2 copies). New York, D’arc Press, 1975. Containing 8 pages with soft cover offset lithograph 30.2 x 22.8 cm

Kennard, Peter Great Britain 6 postcards. London, Relgocrest Ltd. 1980 offset lithograph, each 18.2 x 14.2 cm

Kerouac, Jack United States Scattered poems. San Francisco, City Lights books, 1977. Containing title page and 83 pages, hard cover Xerox book 15.8 x 12.3 cm Gift of Tony Twigg

Knowles, Alison United States (born 1933) The four suits. New York, Something Else Press, 1965. Containing 192 pages, hard cover offset lithograph 24.2 x 16.2 cm

Kostelanetz, Richard (editor) United States (born 1940) Essaying essays/ alternative forms of exposition. New York, Out of London Press 1975. Containing 476 pages offset lithograph 22.2 x 15.4 cm

Modulations. Consisting of a long strip folded into 28 sections. 1975 offset lithograph on yellow card unfolded 8.5 x 212.5 cm

Kosuth, Joseph United States (born 1945) Function, Funzione, Funcion, Fonction, Fonktion. Torino, Galleria Sperone 1970. Containing 87

pages offset lithograph 16.5 x 11.2 cm

Notebook on water. 1965-66. New York, Multiples Inc., 1970. Containing 15 sheets of various dimensions in envelope offset lithograph, Xerox envelope 24.4 x 30.5 cm

Lambert, Yvon France Mot pour mot/ word for word 2. Paris, (s.n.),

1979. Containing 49 pages offset lithograph 21 x 15 cm

Lambert, Yvon; Denizol, Rene France Mot pour mot/ word for word. 1 Paris, (s.n.),

1979. Containing 12 pages offset lithograph 21 x 15 cm


Lampert, Catherine Great Britain Barry Flanagan/ sculptures in stone. 1973-79. London, Waddington Galleries. 1980

Exhibition catalogue containing 40 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 15 x 20 cm

Landers, Robert (et al.) United States Softcore, Berkeley, Print Mint, 1973. Containing 32 pages of comic strip, paper cover, staple- bound offset lithograph 24.9 x 17.2 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Lawrence, Steve (et al.) United States No word newspaper. New York, Affinity, Reality Communication Inc., April 1969. Containing 24 pages, unbound offset lithograph 58 x 42.4 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Lawson, Thomas (editor) United States Reallife magazine. Issues 1-4. New York, (s.n.). 1979-80

offset lithograph, each 27.3 x 21 cm

Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain (publisher) Great Britain 2 postcards. c1980 offset lithograph, various dimensions

Gift of Leeds Postcards

Le Gac, Jean France (born 1936) Le peintre de Tamaris pres d’Arles. Crisnee

(Belgium), Editions Yellow Now, 1979. Containing 186 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 20 x 14 . 1 cm

Lewitt, Sol United States (born 1929) Photogrids. New York, Paul David Press, Rizzoli 1977. Containing 52 pages

offset lithograph 26 x 26.5 cm

Five geometric structures and their combinations. London, Nicholas and Fiona Logsdail, Lisson Gallery, 1979. Containing 36 pages offset lithograph 9.5 x 19.7 cm

Geometric figures and colour. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1979. Containing 48 pages offset lithograph 20.2 x 20.4 cm

All four part combinations of six geometric figures. Tokyo, Galerie Waterie, 1980. Containing 16 pages offset lithograph 11.8 x 20.6 cm

Lloyd, Ginny (editor) United States Copy art exhibition. San Francisco, Ginny Lloyd and the Carbon alternative, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 20 leaves colour Xerox and synthetic polymer film 28 x 22 cm Gift of Ginny Lloyd

Long, Richard Great Britain (born 1945) Inca rock campfire ash. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, July-August 1974. The

Stellar Press Ltd. 1974. Soft cover, staple-bound offset lithograph 29.2 x 43.6 cm Gift of James Mollison

A hundred stones, one mile between first and last. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1977. Hard cover offset lithograph 15.4 x 21.2 cm

The North woods. London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1977. Exhibition catalogue containing 16 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 21 x 29.8 cm

Luthi, Urs Switzerland (born 1947) The personal dissolves so easyly in the typical. (3 copies). Innsbruck, Galerie Krinzinger, 1977. Containing 16 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 29.6 x 21 cm


Lynch, Jay (et al.) United states Bijou funnies. Chicago, Bijou Publishing Empire, 1970. vol. 1 no. 5. Containing 32 pages of comic strip, paper cover, staple-bound offset lithograph Gift of Douglas Newton

Lynton, Norbert Great Britain Tim Head. London Fine Arts Department, The British Council, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 20 pages offset lithograph 24 x 22 cm

Nicholas Pope. London, The Fine Arts Department, The British Council, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 20 pages offset lithograph 24 x 22 cm

Macadams, Lewis (editor) United States Wet: The magazine of gourmet bathing and beyond vol. 4 no. 6. Venice (Cal.), Wet enterprizes, Inc., 1980. Containing 60 pages, staple-bound offset lithograph 35 x 26.6 cm

Maciunas, George United States (born 1931) Flux paper events. Berlin, Edition Hundertmark, 1976. Containing 9 leaves offset lithograph, synthetic polymer paint,

staples, 21 x 15 cm

Mackie, Liz What does he know about abortion?. For the Leeds National Abortion Campaign, published

by Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1979-80 postcard, offset lithograph 15 x 10.4 cm

Defend a womans’ right to choose!, postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Maenz, Paul (editor) West Germany Egonavigatio. Cologne, (s.n.), 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 62 pages offset lithograph 24.8 x 19.8 cm

Marroquin, Raul (editor) The Netherlands (born 1948) Agora studio: travelling exposition 1975. Maastricht, Agora Studio, 1975. Exhibition catalogue offset lithograph 16 x 16 cm

Fandangos 8,9,10,11. Maastricht, Mad Ent., 1978. Soft cover offset lithograph, rubber stamps 30 x 21 cm

Fandangos November 1979. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1979 offset lithograph 21 x 14.8 cm

Fandangos/ extra on the worlds first T.V. convention. Maastricht, (s.n.), 1980. Containing 10 pages with soft cover offset lithograph 21 x 14.3 cm

Fandangos stereo. (S.I.), (s.n.), (n.d.) offset lithograph 42.2 x 61 cm Gift of Raul Marroquin

Mayor, David (editor) Flux Shoe. South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1972. Containing 144 pp, soft cover offset lithograph 29.1 x 21 cm

Fluxshoe Add end a 72-73. South Cullompton, Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1973. Portfolio documenting Fluxshoe exhibition offset lithograph 23.4 x 35.6 cm

McSweeney, Tony Prop. (2 copies). postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Mead, Taylor United States On amphetamine and in Europe/excerpts from

the anonymous diary of a New York youth/ volume three. New York, Boss Books, 1968. Containing 25 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 21.5 x 14 cm

Merz, Mario Italy (born 1925) Fibonacci 1202. Torino, Galleria Sperone, 1970. Soft cover offset lithograph 16.2 x 9.6 cm


Fibonacci 1202. Torino, Galleria Sperone, 1970. Containing 50 leaves offset lithograph 76.2 x 9.8 cm i Fibonacci 1202. Torino, Galleria Sperone, 1972. Containing 13 leaves, soft cover ( offset lithograph 12.5 x 17.6 cm

It is as possible to have a space with tables for 88 people as it is possible to have a space with tables for no one. New York, John Weber

Gallery, 1974. Exhibition catalogue containing 14 pages offset lithograph 20.3 x 25.4 cm

Mitchell, Barbara ; Great Britain At Christmas Marxists are just as nice as Christians. For City and Woodhouse (Leeds) i Branch of the CPGB, published by Leeds

Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. 1980 postcard, offset lithograph 15 x 10.4 cm

Karl Marx on the occasion of a Christmas | celebration 1867. (2 copies). postcard, offset lithograph, each 14.8 x 10.5 cm

■ Murken, Axel Hinrich West Germany Joseph Beuys und die maedizin. Munstser, F. Coppenrath verlag 1979. Containing 160 pages, felt covered with carry handle attached to spine

offset lithograph, felt 29 x 22 cm

Mushroom Great Britain 3 postcards from Nottingham, Mushroom. 1980 offset lithograph, each 10.3 x 14.8 cm

Gift of Tony Twigg

Nauman, Bruce United States (born 1941) Burning small fires. (S.I.), (s.n.). Accordian format offset lithograph folded 32 x 24.4 cm

Noitou, Henri France 12th puzzle. Ed. 434/1000 offset lithograph and collage 29.6 x 21 cm

16th puzzle. Ed. 640 offset lithograph and collage 29.6 x 21 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Oppenheim, Dennis United States (born 1938) Flower arrangement for Bruce Nauman. New

York, Multiples Inc., 1970. Containing continuous folding leaves offset lithograph 16.8 x 24.5 cm

Dennis Oppenheim. Paris, ARC Paris, 1980. Exhibition catalogue containing 22 pages offset lithograph 22 x 28 cm

Paul West Germany Art project Paul #306/ Pauls Kinetic manifesto

leaflet documenting conceptual art project/ performance. 1980 offset lithograph 18.1 x 43.1 cm Gift of John McPhee

Peli, Komamo; Versari, Michaela (editors) Italy 'Mail art. La spirale dei nuovi strumenti’. Exhibition pamplet for ‘V1 Biennale International

della grafica d’arte’, Firenze 1978. Containing 16 pages, staple-bound offset lithograph land rubber stamps 17 x 12.4 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Petasz, Pawel Poland Common press no. 1. December 1977. Elblag, Poland. Containing title page and 20 pages of text and illustration, card cover, staple-bound Xerox, rubber stamps 19.2 x 14.4 cm Gift of Tony Twigg.

Petasz, Pawel (editor) Poland Common press 19. A rubber stamp collection of 23 sheets of individual work by 23 artists, plus title page and end page. Unbound, in envelope wrapper with original artist's label

rubber stamps, collage, each sheet 19.6 x 13 cm Gift of Edgardo — Antonio Vigo


Prince, Richard United States Menthol pictures. Buffalo, (New York), CERA Gallery, 1980 offset lithograph 21.6 x 14 cm Gift of Artworks, California

Punchard, Phil Southall Action Committee. postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Redding, Harvey United States 14 postcards. c1976-79 colour Xerox, each 14 x 8.9 cm

Roth, Dieter West Germany (born 1930) Telefonzeichnungen. 4 artists’ books in slipcase.

1980 offset lithograph 22.6 x 17.2 cm

Ruscha, Ed United States (born 1937) A few palm trees. (2 copies). Hollywood (Cal.) Heavy Industry Publications, 1971. Containing 32 pages offset lithograph 17.8 x 14 cm

Twenty-six gasoline stations. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1962. Containing 46 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 14 cm

Various small fires and milk. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1954. Containing 19 leaves, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 14.1 cm

Some Los Angeles apartments. Los Angeles, (s.n.), 1965. Containing 46 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 14.1 cm

Every building on the Sunset Strip. Los Angeles, Ed Ruscha, 1966. Accordion format with 27 pleats, soft cover with slip case offset lithograph

Thirty-four parking lots in Los Angeles. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1967. Containing 34 leaves, soft cover offset lithograph 25.5 x 20.3 cm

Nine swimming pools and a broken glass. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1968. Soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 14.2 cm

Real estate opportunities. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1970. Containing 22 leaves, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8x14.1 cm

Records. Hollywood, Heavy Industry Publications, 1971. Containing pages, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 14 cm

Coloured people. (S.I.), (s.n.), 1972. Containing 15 leaves offset lithograph 17.8 x 14 cm

Ruscha, Ed (et al.) United States (born 1937) Royal road test. Los Angeles 1967. (6 copies). Containing 64 pages offset lithograph 24.2 x 16 cm

Ryan, Pat; Rosander, Russ Hit the road. Berkeley, The Print Mint, 1971. vol. 1 no. 1. Comic strip, paper cover, staple-bound offset lithograph 24.6 x 17 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Samiof, Steven (editor) United States Stuff no. 21. Los Angeles, Stuff Enterprizes, 1980. Containing 18 pages offset lithograph 42.7 x 27.3 cm

Sanders, R. United States OK Magazine. Los Angeles, Nihilist Press, 1971.

Containing 35 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 17.8 x 22.2 cm

Sanderson, Bill (If you don’t know what is happening in Northern Ireland, you must have been watching British television, listening to British radio and reading British press). Published by Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1980 offset lithograph 14.6 x 10.4 cm

Campaign for free speech in Ireland. (2 copies), postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm


Sauer, Christel (editor) Switzerland Ink/ Dokumentation. nos 1,3 and 4. Zurich, Ink, MGB 1978-79. Exhibition catalogue containing 67 pages offset lithograph 25 x 19 cm

Sherry, J.M.; Ess, B. United States Just another asshole. New York, (s.n.), (n.d.). Containing 28 pages offset lithograph 40.6 x 28.2 cm

Shienberg, William (et al.) United States Oasis d'neon vol. 2 no. 1. New Haven (Conneticut), (s.n.) 1979. Containing 16 pages

offset lithograph 43.6 x 29.2 cm

Siegelaub, Seth (editor) United States January 5-31, 1969. New York, Seth Siegelaub, 1969. Containing 22 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 20.9 x 18.2 cm

Siegelaub, Seth; Wendler, John (editors) United States Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol Lewitt, Robert Morris,

Lawrence Weiner. New York, Seth Siegelaub and John Wendler, 1968 Xerox 28 x 21.4 cm

Siegieda, Jan (Man leaving a cemetery). From Spirit of my country. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop postcard, offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Sinclair, Catriana No return to back street abortion — keep it legal! keep it safe! For the Leeds National Abortion Campaign, published by Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1979-80 postcard, offset lithograph Gift of Leeds Postscards

No return to back street abortion.) 2 copies), postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Slick Inc. United States Slick vol. 1 no. 4. San Francisco, Slick Inc. offset lithograph 45 x 29.9 cm

Smith, Peter Great Britain 2 postcards. Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1980

offset lithograph, various dimensions Gift of Leeds Postcards, 1980

2 postcards. Leeds Postcards, Leeds, Great Britain. c1980 offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Spill, Nicholas New Zealand (born 1950) Fast. Containing 25 pages, 6 colour photographs, 2 gelatin silver prints, hard cover. 1980 cibachrome print, gelatin silver print, ballpoint pen, fibre-tipped pen, 29.7 x 40 cm

Spoerri, Daniel France (born 1930) An anecdoted topography of chance ‘reanecdoted version’. (2 copies). New York,

Something Else Press, 1966. Containing 214 pages, soft cover offset lithograph 20.3 x 13.7 cm

Staeck, Klaus West Germany (born 1938) Pornographie. Gottingen, Steidl Verlag, 1978.

Soft cover offset lithograph 25 x 19.8 cm

Stanfield, Elsa; Hooykaas, Madelon The Netherlands (born 1945); (born 1942) Split seconds. (S.l.),(s.n.),(s.d.). Containing 20 pages, soft cover, 1980

rubber stamps 19.6 x 19.6 cm

Split second. (S.I.),(s.n.),(n.d.). Containing 20 pages, soft cover, accompanied by an audiotape. 1980 rubber stamps and audiotape 19.6 x 19.6 cm


Steel, Barney United States Armageddon. #2. Berkely, Last Gapp Eco. Comix Inc., 1972. Containing 32 pages of comic strip, paper cover, staple-bound

offset lithograph 25.4 x 17.6 cm Gift of Douglas Newton

Stezaker, John Great Britain (born 1949) The word made flesh. Edinburgh, (s.n.), 1979.

Containing 20 pages offset lithograph 20 x 20.2 cm

Stoll, Jeff United States (born 1947) 2 postcards. 1978 Xerox, each 9.6 x 14.4 cm

Suga, Kishio Japan (born 1944) Paper event, 1976. School exercise book containing 72 pages, cardboard cover offset lithograph and collage 25.2 x 17.8 cm

Gift of Noel Sheridan

Sugarman, Martin A. (editor) United States H 2 0 vol. 1 no. 3. Malibu (Cal.) Sugarman Productions. 1980. Containing 33 pages, staple- bound offset lithograph 18 x 21.2 cm

Tisdall, Caroline Great Britain (born 1945) Report to the European Economic Community on the feasibility of founding a Free London, Free University Press, 1975. Soft cover. 1976 offset lithograph 33 x 20.6 cm

Joseph Beuys. London, Thames and Hudson, 1979. Containing 28 pages offset lithograph 32 x 22.2 cm

Joseph Beuys Coyote. Munich, Schirmer and Mosel 1980. Containing 178 pages offset lithograph 18.5 x 26.4 cm

Tot, End re Hungary (born 1937) Semni. Containing 14 pages, cardboard cover, staple-bound. 1971 offset lithograph 27.7 x 20 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

Tremlett, David Great Britain (born 1945) Scrub. Paris Marilena Bonomo— Bari Durand, 1978. Containing 53 pages, hard cover colour offset lithograph 42.6 x 42.6 cm

Tsuchiya, Yukio Japan (born 1947) Works in progress 1972-73. South Cullompton,

Devon, Beau Geste Press, 1972. 2nd edition. Containing 15 leaves, soft cover offset lithograph 20.4 x 14.4 cm

Tyneside Free Press National Campaign Committee against Berufsverket postcard, offset lithograph 14.8 x 10.5 cm

Van Barneveld, Aart (editor) The Netherlands Rubber stamp publications ‘an index’. (2 copies). Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 1980. Soft cover offset lithograph 13.5 x 16 cm

Various Artists United States 7 comic books. c1970-73

offset lithograph, various dimensions Gift of Douglas Newton

Vigo, Edgardo-Antonio Argentina Edgardo Antonio Vigo y Sus ‘Cosas’. (S.I.), (s.n.) 1968. Containing 8 leaves text of speech of

‘Frederice’ V, 3 May 1968, in cardboard wrapper with 2 pages of translation offset lithograph, rubber stamps and phototransparency 19 x 16.5 cm

Our international stamps. Cancelled seals. Book 4. Argentina, La Plata, 1980. Containing 15 pages of illustration offset lithograph, rubber stamps and collage wrapper 23.4 x 18.6


Poemas (in) sonoros/ un disco para mirar. (S.I.), Edito Diagonal Cero, 1969. (un) sound poems/ a record to watch. Print in sleeve using audiodisc format offset lithograph, collage sleeve 17.5 x 17.5 cm

Mathematical poem/ object (pliable). One multiple of 20 samples, with instructions on how to display it. 1969-70 cardboard, white and black 35.9 x 12.2 x 11.5 cm

They died in poverty. First day cover 4. Statement printed on a sheet of paper with a stamp attached and rubber stamped. 1972? colour rubber stamp, letterpress and linocut

34 x 22 cm

Fund (i) cion Vigo. An artist’s envelope. 1972 letterpress, colour, rubber stamps and collage 10.4 x 24 cm

Bande dessinee hermetique deuxieme. La Plata, E.A. Vigo, 1973. Containing 5 leaves, introduction and wrapper

offset lithograph 13x11 cm Gift of the artist

Mathematic poem censured. 1974 postcard, offset lithograph, red ballpoint pen, rubber stamps 11.8 x 19 cm Gift of Noel Sheridan

20 ropes which measure differently and a stamp out of use/ for Pablo Neruda. Card in wrapper. 1974 cardboard, string, postage stamps, rubber

stamps, collage 29.2 x 15.6 cm

Communication demorada delayed communication 1970 — mes de mayo 1978. First day cover, an artist’s envelope. 1978 collage, colour, string, rubber stamps, stencil

and offset lithograph 10.6 x 24.2 cm

Mail artwork consisting of a perforated sheet of 6 artist’s stamps, a label work, and an envelope with label attached. 1980 14 x 26.4 cm

Quien no es nadie?: wrapper enclosing telephone book page in an envelope with a translation

offset lithograph, screenprint, pencil wrapper 19.6 x 15.4 cm Gift of the artist

Voorhees, Bert; Di Mattia, Joseph (editors) United States Full page. Pasadena, California, (s.n.), (n.d.) offset lithograph 43.2 x 29 cm Gift of Artworks, California

Vostell, Wolf West Germany (born 1932) Berlin and phenomena. New York, Something Else Press, 1966. Containing 14 pages, soft

cover offset lithograph 21.4 x 14 cm

... 40 Ί0 happening concepts 1954-1973’. Milan, Multhipla Edizioni, 1967 offset lithograph 25 x 18.8 cm

Miss Vietnam and texts of other happenings. San Francisco, Nova Broadcast Press, 1968. Containing 39 pages offset lithograph 19.8 x 11.8 cm

Wallace, Greg A. United States (X-Ray X-Ray). (S.I.), (s.n.), 1980. 5 poems with illustration on verso Xerox 17.9 x 21.6 cm Gift of Artworks, California

Warhol, Andy United States (born 1928) Interview. Issues 4,7,8 and 9. New York, Interview Enterprizes Inc., 1980 offset lithograph, each 43.2 x 27.8 cm

Andy Warhol’s exposures. New York, Grosset and Dunlap, 1979. Silver edition, containing 255 pages offset lithograph 29.2 x 24 cm

Andy Warhol’s exposures. New York, Grosset and Dunlap, 1979. Gold edition, containing 255 pages, accompanied by a silkscreen print 29.4 x 24.4 cm


Weiner, Lawrence United States (born 1940) (An aerial view of the lower Manhattan skyline, showing the East River and the World Trade

Centre in the background). 1978 postcard, offset lithograph, rubber stamps and fibre-tipped pen Gift of Noel Sheridan, artist

Wells, Mike Great Britain Fulham. 1980

postcard, offset lithograph 10.5 x 15 cm Gift of Tony Twigg

White, Robin United States View vol. 1. Oakland (Cal.) Crown Point Press, 1979. A portfolio of 10 pamplets containing 230 pages, in cardboard slipcase offset lithograph 23.5 x 18 cm

Windel, Janine (Children in school), from Classrooms. London, Half Moon Photography Workshop offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Willats, Steve (editor) Great Britain Control magazine, nos 2-12. London. 1980-81 offset lithograph

Williams, Emmet United States (born 1925) Sweethearts. New York, Something Else Press, 1967. Hard cover with wrapper offset lithograph 20 x 14.3 cm

The boy and the bird. Cologne, Edition Hansjorg Mayer, 1969. Containing 90 leaves with soft cover, spiral-bound

offset lithograph 22.8 x 24.8 cm

An anthology of concrete poetry. New York, Something Else Press, 1967. Containing 342 pages, hard cover with wrapper

offset lithograph 24.1 x 16.6 cm

Williams, Glyn (Japanese room with cat), from Japanese Freestyle. (2 copies). London, Half Moon Photography Workshop offset lithograph 10 x 15 cm

Wolf, Winfried United States Xerox live. New York, World Wide Meff Press, 1979. Containing 12 loose leaves

Xerox, cardboard, brass clips 37 x 25 cm

Woodward, Chris (et al.) United States Artpolice Magazine, vol. 1 no. 1 Minneapolis, (s.n.), 1979. Containing 20 pages offset lithograph 28 x 43.2 cm

Film, Video, Audio

Beuys, Joseph West Germany (born 1921) Transsibirische bahn. (Record of performance at Copenhagen, 1970). Munich, Galerie Heiner Friedrich, 1980. film, 22 minutes, black and white, sound, 16mm

Kaprow, Allen United States (born 1927) How to make a happening. stereo audiodisc, 33 1/3 rpm, 30.48 cm dia., in sleeve

The Sets The Netherlands Vinyl man and others. Concept R. Marroquin,

music Rod Summers. Mad Enterprizes Inc., 1980. stereo audiodisc, 45 rpm, 18 cm dia., in sleeve Gift of Raul Marroquin

Viola, Bill United States (born 1951) Chott el Djerid. A portrait in light and heat. 1979. videotape, 1.8 cm, 28 minutes, colour, sound



All gelatin silver prints unless otherwise stated

Aberhart, Laurence New Zealand (born 1949) From the ‘Masonic Lodge’ series. 1978-79 11 prints mounted on cardboard each approx 20.2 x 25.2 cm

Anselmo, Giovanni Italy (born 1934) (Entering into the work). 1971 canvas, photosensitized 500x 300 cm

Arbus, Diane United States (1923-71) (Siamese foetus, close-up). 1961 22.2 x 14.8 cm

(Muscleman in dressing-room with trophy). 1962 20.5 x 20.3 cm

Boy with toy hand grenade. 1962 20 x 17.2 cm

(The Junior Interstate Ballroom Dance Champions. Yonkers, N.Y.). 1962 25.7 x 24.4 cm

(Girl in patterned stockings seated on bed). 1962-65 26.2 x 25.1 cm

(Girl with flag in Central Park). 1962-65 21.6 x 19.5 cm

(Rocks on wheels, Disneyland). 1962-65 16 x 24 cm

(Headless man). 1962-66 23.7 x 16.1 cm

(Burlesque comedienne in her dressing room, Atlantic City). 1963 22.3 x 21.3 cm

(Christmas tree in a living room at Levittown, L.I.). 1963 24.8 x 23.5 cm

(Lady in a rooming house parlour, Albion, N.Y.). 1963 22 x 21 cm

(Teenage couple on Hudson Street, N.Y.C.). 1963 24.7 x 23.5 cm

(Woman in curlers in the ocean). 1963-65 20.1 x 17.7 cm

(Woman in white gloves and fancy hat). 1963-65 21.2 x 17.8 cm

(A family of six at a nudist camp). 1963-66 20.3 x 19.1 cm

(Mae West on bed). 1964 21.4 x 14.8 cm

(Couple in Washington Square Park). 1965-67 25.2 x 24.5 cm

(Girl in watch cap). 1965-67 18.8 x 17.9 cm

(Blonde girl in Washington Square Park). 1965­ 68 25.7 x 24.5 cm

(Two women smoking at the Automat). 1965-68 27.7 x 26.3 cm

(Woman with a beehive hairdo). 1965-68 24.5 x 23.1 cm

(A young man in curlers at home on West 20th St., N.Y.C.). 1966 38.8 x 37.8 cm

(Tranvestite with torn stocking). 1966 23.5 x 22.3 cm

(Black boy in raincoat, Washington Square Park). 1966-68 23.8 x 22.5 cm


(Standing woman in negligee with ducks). 1966­ 68 16.9 x 15.9 cm

(Boy with straw hat waiting to march on a pro­ war parade, N.Y.C.). 1967 39.6 x 38.6 cm

(Identical twins, Roselle, N.J.). 1967 37.8 x 38 cm

(Patriotic young man with a flag). 1967 39.6x38 cm

(A family on their lawn one Sunday in Westchester, N.Y.). 1968 38.2 x 38 cm

(Black woman in doorway of shack). 1968 26.1 x 24.8 cm

(Large black family in small shack). 1968 26.4 x 25 cm

(Old black woman with gnarled hand). 1968 27.1 x 26.4 cm

(Seated woman in shack). 1968 26.1 x 24.8 cm

(A Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx, N.Y.). 1970 37.8 x 33 cm

(A Mexican dwarf in his hotel room in N.Y.C.). 1970 38 x 36.4 cm

(Two elderly women with arms linked and wearing decorative hats). 40 x 38 cm

Atget, Eugene France (1857-1927) Fontaine Jarente. c1898 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.6 x 17.8 cm

(Barges on the Seine). 1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.6 x 22 cm

(Brocanteus). c1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.8 x 21.9 cm

Hotel de Sens. c1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.4 x 17.8 cm

Hotel du Mai de Tallard, 78 Rue des Archives. c1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22 x 18.1 cm

(Jardin de Luxembourg, Fontaine de Medicis). c1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.8 x 17.3 cm

(Quai des Celestins. Hotel de Fieubet, Facade). c1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.5 x 22.6 cm

(Rue Beranger, 3 et 5, Porte), c 1898-1905 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.8 x 17.5 cm

Heurton, 6 Rue Du Parc Royal. c1898-1914 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.9 x 17.8 cm

Chemin-Abeville (Somme). c1899-1925 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.8 x 17.6 cm

Arcueil-Maison de Due de Guise. c1901 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.6 x 21.6 cm

Gentilly-Chateau dit de la Reine Blanche. c1901 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.6 x 20.8 cm

St. Ouen — Ancien Chateau Rohan Soubisse. C1901 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 18 x 21.9 cm

Grand Trianon (Versailles). C1901-25 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.6 x 22 cm


Meudon-Ancien Chateau. c1902 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 18 x 21.6 cm

Ancien Hotel de Jumilhae, 12 Rue de Lable Gregoire. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.6 x 17.8 cm

Hotel de Beauvais— 68 Rue Francois-Miron c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.7 x 17.6 cm

Hotel de Lauzun (Queu d'aujou). c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22.1 x 17.8 cm

La Monnaie. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.8x17.6 cm

La Monnaie. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 21.9 x 17.9 cm

La Monnaie. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22 x 17.9 cm

La Monnaie quai Conti. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22 x 17.9 cm

La Monnaie quai Conti. c1905-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 18.2 x 22.1 cm

Parc de St. Cloud. c1906 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22 x 17.9 cm

Maisons Laffitte. (Chateau). c1906-10 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.8x22.2 cm

Chateau d’Ecouen. c1906-22 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 17.8 x 21.9 cm

Parc de Sceaux. c1925 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22.8 x 17.8 cm

Lagny et Marne, Ruines de St. Turcy. c1925-27 gold-toned silver chloride albumen print 22.1 x 17.9 cm

Ruelle des Reculettes (Gobelins). c1925-27 17.9 x 23 cm

Notre Dame. c1926-27 17.8 x 23 cm

Avedon, Richard United States (born 1923) Andy Warhol, artist, New York City, 8-20-69. 1969 25 x 20.1 cm

Beaton, Cecil Great Britain (born 1904) (Charles James evening dresses). 19.4 x 24.1 cm

Becher, Bernhard; Becher, Hilla West Germany (born 1931); (born 1934) Watercooler, Pattberg coal mine, Ruhr district. 1973 4 photograph composition 74.2 x 94.4 cm

(Watercooler, Zeche Hannover Ruhr district). 1974-75 4 photograph composition 73.8 x 94.2 cm

Grain elevators A1-A6. 1978 group of 6 photographs, each approx 31 x 40 cm

Bellocq, E.J. United States (1873-1949) Lee Friedlander, printer, United States (born 1934) E.J. Bellocq (Volume 1) 2 albums, each comprising 25 photographs. c1911-13

Haywire Press each print 25.2 x 20.2 or 20.2 x 25.2 cm


Boubat, Edouard France (born 1923) Leila. 1948 32.4 x 24.2 cm

Beligique. 1955 23.9 x 35.7 cm

Paris. 1955 23.9 x 35.7 cm

Brassai France (born 1899) Hors du livre Colonne Morris. c1930-39 28 x 20.3 cm

L’horloger. c1930-39 28.5 x 22.3 cm

Bordel monacal quartier Saint Germain, Rue Monsieur-le-Prince. 1931 29.9 x 22.4 cm

Couple reflets dans les mirroirs s’embrassant dans un bistro. c1931 28.9 x 23.2 cm

Le casse-croOte des vidangeurs quartier Saint- Paul. c1931 21.8x29.8 cm

La femme opiomane. c1931 21.9 x 30.2 cm

Les vidangeurs activant la pompes, Rue Rambuteau. c1931 29.9 x 23.8 cm

Monsieur B, revetir d’un kimono en brocart d’or. C1931 22.6 x 29.6 cm

‘Un costume pour deux’ Magic City. c1931 29.8 x 22.5 cm

Un couple le Bal des Quat’z Arts. c1931 29.8 x 22.6 cm

Vidangeurs Rue Visconti 6e St-Germain-des- Pres. c1931 29.5 x 21.1 cm

Girl anglaise aux Folies Bergeres. Paris. 1932 30 x 22.3 cm

Le cafe du Dome, Montparnasse. 1932 22.8 x 30 cm

Le Marechal Ney dans le brouillard. 1932 26.6 x 19.2 cm

Chez ’Suzy’. Femmes assises jouant aux cartes chez Madame. c1932 29.6 x 22.6 cm

Couple au bal Negre Rue Blomet. c1932 29.1 x 23.5 cm

Couple couche chez ‘Suzy’. c1932 22.2 x 29.4 cm

Couple d’amoureux dans les jardins des Champs-Elysees. Paris. c1932 30.5 x 23.8 cm

Couple d’amoureaux sur un banc, a cote, un clochard endormi. c1932 28.2 x 23.3 cm

Kiki avec son accordeoniste. c1932 29 x 22.6 cm

Le bal des quatre Saisons, Rue de Lappe. c1932 23 x 29.8 cm

‘Le Duchesse de Zoe’. A Magic City, Paris. c1932 30.1 x 20.8 cm

Le clouchard sous le Pont-Neuf. c1932 28.4 x 23.4 cm

Le reve. c1932 29.1 x 22.4 cm

Machiniste endormi aux Folies-Bergere. c1932 23.6 x 16.8 cm

‘Madame’. c1932 29.3 x 21.4 cm


'Quarrel', c l932 35.8 x 27.8 cm

La parade de Conchita a la Fete Foraine. 1932­ 33 27.9 x 21.8 cm

Vue nocturne de Notre-Dame sur Paris et la Tour Saint-Jacques. 1933 26.8 x 39.1 cm

Fille de joie, quartier Italie. c1933 28.4 x 21.9 cm

La voyante. c1933 30 x 23.4 cm

Le clochard Dede sous le Pont-Neuf. c1933 27.9 x 22.4 cm

Les trois femmes masques a la Fete Foraine. c1933 21 x 29.1 cm

14 juillet Place de la Bastille, Paris, c 1933-34 29.8 x 22.2 cm

La balancoire. Paris. c1934 36 x 27.8 cm

La Fete Foraine a la Place St. Jacques, Paris. c1934 30.5 x 23.4 cm

Ballerine de I'cpera a Paris, c 1935-36 30 x 21.7 cm

'La Montagne’ et Aristide Maillol. 1936 30.4 x 22.4 cm

Au bal de la Boule Blanche, ‘Claudie’. c1936 30 x 23 cm

Champ Alpestre, France, vallee de riser. 1937 30.5 x 23.9 cm

Le petit chien sur I’escalier a Montmartre. c1937 23.5 x 30.4 cm

Picasso dans son atelier me des Grandes Augustin. 1939 36.6 x 27.5 cm

‘Le chat du Bistro’. Paris. 1944 29.2 x 21.4 cm

J.P. Sartre au cafe Flore. 1945 28.2 x 22 cm

Chartres en hiver. 1946 27.6 x 21.2 cm

Henri Matisse dessinant, villa ‘Le Reve’, Vence. 1946 30.2 x 22.6 cm

Le jardin exotique a Monaco. c1946 28.4 x 23.7 cm

A. Giacometti dans son atelier Rue H. Maindron a Paris. c1948 30.7 x 22.5 cm

Pont-Neuf a Paris. c1949 27.4 x 38.6 cm

Jean Genet. Paris. 1950 29.6 x 21 cm

(Seville, Spain), c 1952-53 29.8 x 23.6 cm

Grand Central Station. 1957 29.1 x 22.8 cm

Samuel Beckett. 1957 29.1 x 21.2 cm

The Royal Show. c1959 25.6 x 22.3 cm

Brassai and Gilberte Brassai Picasso et Brassai a Mongins. 1966 gelatin silver print on fibre-based paper 20.6 x 27.2 cm Gift of Georges Mora

Buckhardt, Rudy Switzerland, United States (born 1914) Willem de Kooning. 1937 22.6 x 32.6 cm

Hans Hofmann. 1948 32.7 x 22.7 cm


Jackson Pollock. 1950 19.1 x 18.6 cm

Tulsa: portfolio of 50 gelatin silver prints. RFG Publishing Inc. 1980

Joseph Albers. 1952 23.6 x 34.2 cm Cratsley, David Bruce

United States (born 1944)

Mark Rothko. 1960 26.8 x 27.9 cm

Block of ice 3 a.m. 28th and Lexington Ave., New York. 1977. 23.1 x 23 cm

Brice Marden. 1966 24.2 x 33.6 cm

Alex Katz. 1977 24.4 x 32.4 cm

Dater, Judy United States (born 1941) Sharon 1970. 24.1 x 19 cm

Chaimowicz, Marc Great Britain (born 1946) Interval. 1979 gelatin silver print with collage diptych: each panel 61.4 x 29.6 cm

Armour Starr. 1972 31.6 x 25 cm

Hallway, Building. Georges Bigit, Arles 1973. 23.8 x 18.9 cm

Clark, Larry United States (born 1943) (Eleven nudes covered in mud). c1970s 20.6 x 31.3 cm

Maria Theresa 1974. 45.1 x 35.7 cm

Maria Theresa 1974. 30.8 x 23.8 cm

(Man with hands on hips). c1970s 31.3 x 20.6 cm (Back view of nude male). 1975

45.4 x 35.3 cm

(Young man’s face). c1970s 20.6 x 31.4 cm Jerusalem, Israel 1976.

25 x 32.2 cm

(Man on bridge). 1973 31.3 x 20.6 cm Tomas Fernandez, Arles, France 1976.

31.3x24.7 cm

(Man pointing gun at naked and bound woman). 1974 31.3 x 20.6 cm Ansel Adams 1977.

45.1 x 35.7 cm

(Pregnant woman). 1974 31.5 x 20.6 cm

Brett Weston 1977. 45.2 x 35.8 cm

(Army). 1975-76 20.6 x 31.4 cm

Stanley’s back 1977. 31.8 x 24.8 cm

(Man looking at himself in mirror). 1976 31.3 x 20.7 cm John Szarkowski, 1978. 45 x 35.6 cm

(Three people standing in front of a car). 20.6 x 31.3 cm (Interior door). 22.7 x 17.6 cm


De Meyer, Baron Adolf Great Britain, United States (1868-1946) Alfred Stieglitz. c1910-20 platinum print 22.8 x 18.2 cm

Claude Monet. 1921 22.1 x 16.4 cm

Dibbets, Jan The Netherlands (born 1941) Comet Horizon 60-720, sky/ sea/ sky. 1973

Type C’ print, decal lettering approx 310 x 287.5 cm

Divola, John United States (born 1949) (Spray painted and burnt wall with string fastened across it): from the 'Vandalism' series.

1974 18 x 18 cm

(Spray painted and chipped wall with material): from the ‘Vandalism’ series. 1974 17.7 x 17.8 cm

(Spray painted circular design on wall and floor of room): from the ‘Vandalism’ series. 1974 17.8 x 17.9 cm

(Spray painted spots and string on a chipped wall) 1: from the ‘Vandalism’ series. 1974 17.8 x 17.8 cm

(Spray painted spots on wall): from the ‘Vandalism’ series. 1974 18 x 18 cm

(Spray painted spots over wall and floor of room): from the ‘Vandalism’ series. 1974 18 x 17.8 cm

Zuma #3. 1977 Type C’ print 37.5 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #5. 1977 Type C’ print 37.4 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #7. 1977 Type C’ print 37.4 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #12. 1977 Type C’ print 37.5 x 45.6 cm

(Sunset seen through a broken window): from the ‘Zuma’ series. 1978 Type C’ print 37.2 x 45.6 cm

(View of ocean through charred door): from the ‘Zuma’ series. 1978 Type C’ print 37.5 x 45.7 cm

Zuma #29. 1978 Type C’ print 37.5 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #26. 1978 Type C’ print 37.5 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #10. 1978-79 Type C’ print 37.4 x 45.6 cm

Zuma #19. 1978-79 Type C’ print 37.4 x 45.6 cm

Eggleston, William United States (born 1939) (Man on bed. Huntsville, Alabama). c1970-79 dye transfer print 46.6 x 32.4 cm

(Tricycle, Memphis). c1973-80 dye transfer print 30.2 x 44.2 cm

Troubled waters. 1980 portfolio of 15 dye-transfer prints plus 5 extra prints Box 53.9 x 43.4 cm

Elk, Ger van The Netherlands (born 1941) Mountain sculpture. 1979 Type C’ print mounted on canvas 235 x 270 cm

Elliott and Fry Great Britain (active 1870s-1910s) (Head of Nijinsky as Petrouchka). c1913 14.8 x 11.2 cm

Gift of Mrs Diana Woollard

(Nijinsky as Petrouchka). c1913 20 x 15.1 cm

Zuma #8. 1977 (Portrait of Nijinsky). c1913

Type C’ print 37.3 x 45.8 cm 14.4 x 10.7 cm


Evans, Walker United States (1903-75) (Political poster, Massachusetts, Village). 1929 15.2 x 10.8 cm

(Stamped tin relic). 1929 11.8 x 16.9 cm

(Old Wallabout market, Brooklyn). 1930 11.9 x 16.9 cm

(Wooden houses, Boston). 1930 12.2 x 17.5 cm

Hart Crane. c1930 17 x 120 cm

(Hudson Street boarding house detail, New York). 1931 15.7 x 20.6 cm

(New York state farm interior). 1931 16.3 x 20.5 cm

(Coal dock worker, Havana). 1932 19.8 x 16.3 cm

(Dock worker, Havana). 1932 20.3 x 15.7 cm

(Mother and children, Havana). 1932 6.3 x 10.8 cm

(Village of Havana poor). 1932 13.6 x 23.2 cm

(Company houses for miners, Masontown, West Virginia). 1935 19.7 x 24.5 cm

(Longwood Plantation, Natchez, Mississippi).1935 24.4 x 19.2 cm

(Store front, Selma, Alabama). 1935 18.5 x 24.4 cm

(Georgian house in the south). c1935 19.1 x 24.1 cm

(American legionnaire). 1936 15 x 23.3 cm

(Barber shop, southern town). 1936 19.3 x 24.4 cm

(Battlefield monument, Vicksburg, Mississippi). 1936 24.4 x 19.3 cm

(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania). 1936 19.1 x 24 cm

(Bucket seat Model T, Alabama Town). 1936 19 x 24.4 cm

(Church of the Nazarene, Tennessee). 1936 19.2 x 24.2 cm

Joe’s Auto Graveyard, Pennsylvania). 1936 19.2 x 24.1 cm

(Roadside stand near Birmingham, Alabama). 1936 20.3 x 25.2 cm

(School with separate bell, Alabama). 1936 17.2 x 22.8 cm

(Sharecropper’s family, Hale County, Alabama). 1936 19.1 x 24.1 cm

(Street scene, Vicksburg, Mississippi). 1936 20.3 x 25.2 cm

(Subway portraits). 1938-41 12.3 x 18.7 cm

(Subway portraits). 1938-41 13.7 x 20.7 cm

(Bedroom, shrimp fisherman’s house, Biloxi, Mississippi). 1945 23.4 x 18.3 cm

Christ or chaos, Chicago? c1947 17.6 x 17.4 cm

(Robert Frank’s stove, Nova Scotia). 1971 18.5 x 18.2 cm

(Sunday in an alley, Chicago). 11.6x17.6 cm


What no garters? 18.5 x 16.8 cm

Chicago. 1956 20.7 x 33.5 cm

Fichter, Robert United States (born 1939) Winged flying dog. 1979

Chicago. 1956 26.3 x 35 cm

Polaroid colour print 55.8 x 69.8 cm

Frank, Joann

Chicago. 1956 34.1 x 21.5 cm

United States (born 1947) Halloween. 1977 20.3 x 25 cm

Florida. 1956 21.4 x 32.7 cm

Tic-T ac-Toe-Horizontal. 1977 20 x 25.2 cm

New York City, 7th Avenue. 1956 34.2 x 26.8 cm

Fire. 1978 25.2 x 20.2 cm

(United Baptist church). 1956 21.4 x 32.4 cm

Frank, Robert

Backyard, Venice west, California, c 1956-77 20.4 x 30.2 cm

United States (born 1924) Delaney Street Park. 1948 22.7 x 34.1 cm

From the bus, N.Y.C. 1958 25 x 16.5 cm

New York City. 1948 23 x 24.6 cm

Times Square. 1958 32 x 20.8 cm

East River near Yankee Stadium; junked cars. 1954 22.5 x 33.2 cm

New York City. 1958 21.7 x 32 cm

Robert Motherwell, NYC. 1954 22.1 x 34.2 cm

Pablo. 1959 20.8 x 31 cm

(Boys standing in front of a motor vehicle). 1955 21.4 x 32.4 cm

Denver. 1960 22.3 x 33.6 cm

Butte, Montana (view from hotel window). 1955 29.2 x 44.2 cm

Elia Kazan, Cliff Montgomery, Tennessee. 1962 31.6 x 21.4 cm

Detroit. 1955 34.4 x 23 cm

(New York City). 1962 31.7 x 21.6 cm

Indianapolis. 1955 32.8 x 21.4 cm

Cleveland, U.S.A. 33 x 21.2 cm

New Jersey. 1955 21.6 x 32.7 cm

Coney Island. 25.3 x 18.8 cm

NYC.1955 21.5 x 32.6 cm

From the bus. 25.8 x 17.3 cm


New York City. 21.2 x 32.3 cm

Galax, Virginia 1962. 18.8 x 28 cm

Oil drilling, 20th Century Fox. 21.4 x 32.6 cm

Nashville. 1963 28.2 x 18.7 cm

Outside Des Moines, Iowa. 21.5 x 32.7 cm

New York City. 1963 18.6 x 28.1 cm

Valentino memorial. 32.3 x 21.5 cm

Denver, Colorado. 1965 18.8 x 28.2 cm

Willem de Kooning, NYC. 22.8 x 34.3 cm

Philadelphia. 1965 18.7 x 28.2 cm

Freund, Gisele France (born 1912)

Colorado, 1967. 18.8 x 28.2 cm

(Portrait of Colette). 1939 Type C’ print 30 x 20 cm

Mt. Rushmore. 1969 18.8 x 28 cm

Jean Cocteau with Marquis de Sade. 1939 Type C’ print 30 x 24 cm London. 1969 17 x 28.4 cm

Jean Cocteau with Gant de Gantier. 1939 Type C’ print 30 x 24 cm Rt. 9W, N.Y. 1969 18.8 x 28.2 cm

Leonard Woolf. 1939 Type C’ print 30.1 x 20 cm

Hillcrest, N.Y. 1970 18.8 x 28 cm

(Victoria Sackville-West). 1939 Type C' print 29.9 x 19.9 cm

Knoxville. 1971 18.7 x 28 cm

Virginia Woolf with fresco by Vanessa Bell. 1939 Type C’ print 30 x 20 cm Cincinnati. 1973 28 x 18.7 cm

(Virginia Woolf, profile). 1939 Type C' print 30 x 20.4 cm

George Washington Bridge. 1973 19 x 28.4 cm

(Bonnard portrait, le cannet). 1946 Type C’ print 30.1 x 20.1 cm Stanford, Connecticut. 1973 18.8 x 28.2 cm

Matisse dans son studio, Boulevarde de Montparnasse. 1948 Type O' print 30 x 20.2 cm

East Chatham, New York. 1974 28.5 x 19 cm

Friedlander, Lee United States (born 1934)

Gettysburg. 1974 19.1 x 28.5 cm

Eddie Morris and wife, New Orleans. 1958 26.4 x 17.6 cm New City. 1974 18.7 x 28.1 cm


New City. 1974 Japan. 1977

28.2 x 18.7 cm 18.9 x 28.3 cm

Rochester. 1974 28.6 x 19.1 cm Japan. 1977

28.1 x 18.7 cm

Rochester. 1974 28.8 x 19.2 cm Japan. 1977

28.2 x 18.8 cm

Arizona. 1975 18.7 x 28.2 cm Kyoto, Japan. 1977

19 x 28.4 cm

Cambridge, Mass. 1975 28.2 x 18.8 cm

New City. 1977

Phoenix. 1975 18.8 x 28.2 cm

18.8 x 28.2 cm

Tokyo. 1977

Rockland County. 1975 28.4 x 18.9 cm

18.7 x 28.2 cm

Tokyo. 1977

South Salem, New York. 1975 18.8 x 28.2 cm

28.2 x 18.8 cm

Suffern, New York. 1975 28.5 x 19 cm

(Garden with trees and shrubbery). 1978 28.3 x 18.8 cm

Ticonderoga, N.Y. 1975 18.8 x 28.1 cm

Provincetown. 19 x 28.4 cm

New City. 1976 19 x 28.4 cm

Suffern, New York. 1976 19.2 x 28.4 cm

Fulton, Hamish Great Britain (born 1946) (House and forest). 1971 2 gelatin silver prints 20.8 x 71.4 cm

Washington D.C. 1976 28.2 x 18.8 cm

Kent. London, Desmond Page Ltd., 1976 Portfolio of 4 gelatin silver prints and title page, each approx 63 x 50 cm or 50 x 63 cm

Washington D.C. 1976 28.2 x 18.8 cm Green Road. 1979

gelatin silver print, decal lettering, white

Washington D.C. 1976 28.2 x 18.8 cm

cardboard 81.4 x 104.1 cm

Land mark, Early morning at Chanctonbury Ring,

Australia. 1977 Walking from midday to nightfall, Sleeping on the

28.1 x 18.7 cm ground, Walking from sunrise to midday

Southern England, Late summer 1979.

Brisbane. 1977 gelatin silver print, decal lettering, white

28.4 x 19.1 cm cardboard 80.8 x 104.8 cm


Tasmania. A slow journey. An eleven day walk from the middle to the north coast of the island by way of the highest hill, travelling on trails and roads, March-April 1979. 4 panels: sepia-toned gelatin silver prints, decal

lettering, white cardboard, each panel 108.1 x 71.1 cm

Genthe, Arnold United States (1869-1942) (I. Padercusky). c1889-1942 24.6 x 18.8 cm

(Sign of the pawn shop Chinatown, San Francisco). c1895-1906 25.2 x 20.1 cm

(A proud father, Chinatown, San Francisco). c1895-1906 25.2 x 20.1 cm

(Japanese group walking in a garden). c1895- 1942 19.1 x 25.2 cm

(Eleonora Duse). c1910 33 x 20.5 cm

(Ruth St. Denis dressed in a kimono and holding a fan). c1911-42 23.9 x 17.1 cm

(Ted Shahn). c1911-42 24.5 x 18.7 cm

(Ruth St. Denis). c1915 platinum print 23.8 x 10.1 cm

(Ruth St. Denis): from the ‘Courtesan’ series. C1915-20 23.8 x 13.5 cm

(Two female dancers with scarves). c1920 34 x 24.5 cm

Gerz, Jochen France (born 1940) F/T 14. 1973 gelatin silver prints, fibre-tipped pen, cardboard and other media

F/T 23. 1973 2 gelatin silver prints and printed text

F/T 36. 1974 3 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 40. 1974 33 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 93. 1974 5 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 45. 1975 17 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 77. 1976 set of 12 gelatin silver prints and printed text

F/T 78. 1976 9 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 86. 1977 10 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

F/T 90. 1977 10 gelatin silver prints mounted on board

Eight untitled gelatin silver prints and printed text

Groover, Jan United States (born 1943) (Broccoli with cooking utensils). 1979 Type C’ print 47.8 x 37.7 cm

(Chilli and cooking utensils). 1979 Type C' print 38.2 x 48 cm

(Glass bowl with cutlery). 1979 Type C’ print 38 x 47.8 cm

(Shell and kitchen utensils). 1979 Type C’ print 47.6 x 37.6 cm

(Green capsicum with cooking utensils). 1980 Type C‘ print 47.7 x 37.7 cm

(Red and green capsicum with cooking utensils). 1980 Type C’ print 47.8 x 37.8 cm


Haxton, David United States (born 1943) Diagonal orange with blue light. 1979 Type C' print 58.1 x 73.8 cm

Shadow from division with white and sticks. 1979 Type C' print 58 x 73.9 cm

Hoppe, E.O. Great Britain (1878-1972) A box containing wood fibres suspended from a crane in the background, chimneys and freezer towers of the U.A.N. power station at Nurmberg.

c 1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 29.1 x 21.6 cm

Bridge over the Rhine near Duisburg. c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 19.9 x 17.1 cm

(Cranes). c1930-40 14.8 x 20.5 cm

Electricity station and high voltage cables, with view to the Kochel lake. c1930-40 i 29.2 x 22.6 cm

(Exterior of factory), c 1930-40 ) sepia-toned gelatin silver print 20.5 x 27.9 cm

(Exterior of factory with towers). c1930-40 29.1 x 23.4 cm

(Exterior of factory). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 27.6 x 20.6 cm

Festive illumination in Koin. c 1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 18.3 x 24.5 cm

(German factory). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 22.6 x 28.9 cm

Huge floating grain-crane on the lower Elbe river, Hamburg, c 1930-40 20.7 x 19.1 cm

(Industrial buildings). c1930-40 19.4 x 24.7 cm

(Industrial towers and railway carts), c 1930-40 23.4 x 29.0 cm

(Machinery), c 1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 22.1 x 26.1 cm

(Machinery). c1930-40 22.6 x 27.5 cm

(Machinery), c 1930-40 23.2 x 32.3 cm

(Machinery of Siemens and Schucker). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 20.5 x 26 cm

(Male figure). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 25.1 x 20.8 cm

(Man at work on machine). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print and crayon 18.8 x 26.4 cm

(Mineshaft with towers above). c1930-40 26.9 x 21.2 cm

Radio station tower Naven. c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 27.8 x 21 cm

(Ship building). c1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 28 x 22.5 cm

(Ship crane in foreground with ship behind), c 1930-40 29.6 x 22.9 cm

(Silos near railway line), c 1930-40 22.7 x 18.8 cm

(Stone pile with loading crane and railway carts), c 1930-40 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 28.9 x 22.1 cm

(Telegraph towers and poles). c1930-40 21.9 x 16.5 cm

(Factory). 1932 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 17.8 x 25.9 cm

(Factory). 1932 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 17.9 x 25.4 cm


Horst, P. West Germany, United States (born 1906) Argentina, the dancer, with her famous smile — mannequin. 1931

17.1 x 23.4 cm

Maurice Chevalier mannequin. 1931 17.6 x 23.3 cm

The painter Foryita, mannequin. 1931 22.8 x 16.8 cm

Madame Arturo Ramos. 1933 22.8 x 16.8 cm

(Model holding cigarette in gloved hand). 1935 22.7 x 16.6 cm

Mrs Reginald Fellowes. 1935 platinum print 40 x 29.9 cm

Duchess of Windsor. 1938 platinum print 29.9 x 25.3 cm

Lisa Longssagrives. 1938 23 x 17.2 cm

(Model leaning on column with lilies). 1938 24.6 x 19.7 cm

(Model seated in large chair dressed in evening gown). 1938 24.5 x 19.5 cm

(Model in feathered hat). 1942 24.6 x 20 cm

(Gertrude Stein). 1945 25 x 19.8 cm

Howe, Graham Australia, United States (born 1950) (Diamond blanket). 1978 34.9 x 43.9 cm

Hoyningen-Huene, George United States (1900-68) Chapeaux Reboux. 1927 24.1 x 17.7 cm

Male nude profile. c1930 16.5 x 25.4 cm

Elsa Maxwell, Vogue, Paris. 1931 24.1 x 17.8 cm

Maxwell, Vogue, Paris. 1931 24.1 x 17.8 cm

Chapeau Reboux (Madame Munoz) 1932 24.1 x 17.8 cm

(Lucienne Bogart as the sphinx in Cocteau's La Machine Infernale). 1934 22.8 x 16.5 cm

Hurrell, George United States (born 1904) Johnny Weismuller. 1932 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 29.8 x 23.3 cm

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 1933 25.2 x 24.8 cm

Hedy Lamarr. 1935 30.8 x 34.2 cm

Jean Harlow. 1936 carbon print 18.8 x 21.6 cm

Dolores Del Rio. 1937 22.3 x 18.3 cm

Gypsy Rose Lee. 1937 29.2 x 22.6 cm

Tyrone Power and Loretta Young. 1937 28.2 x 22.5 cm

James, Christopher United States (born 1947) Oklahoma tracks, in Saratoga #8. 1980 sepia-toned gelatin silver print, hand-coloured with enamel 14.1 x 23.2 cm

Priscilla’s room B#3. 1980 sepia-toned gelatin silver print, hand-coloured with enamel 14 x 23.1 cm


Krims, Les United States (born 1943) Buffalo fashion: watch your P’s and Jews; true; a breadline; and an oxymoron (big moron). 1979 toned gelatin silver print 48.7 x 46 cm

Kike camera, 1979. toned gelatin silver print 38.6 x 45 cm

Ten, dark, sweet ponds. 1979 toned gelatin silver print 38.7 x 45.9 cm

Krull, Germaine Germany, Holland, France (born 1897) (Housing block in Amsterdam). c1930-39

7.7 x 5.3 cm

Moderne Holland, Hauser ecke gebaut viele klerk Amsterdam. c1930-39 7.6 x 5.2 cm

(Statue on building, Amsterdam). c1930-39 7.7 x 5.3 cm

Lartigue, Jacques Henri France (born 1896) Cannes— Picasso. 1955 24.1 x 23.4 cm

Laughlin, Clarence John United States (born 1905) Light on the cylinders No. 3. 1937 34.8 x 26.3 cm

The fierce-eyed building. 1939 34.5 x 25.9 cm

Water witch. 1939 35.2 x 26.3 cm

Our festering hands ruin all. 1941 34.7 x 27.6 cm

Bird from a nether world. 1953 34.4 x 26.9 cm

The Goddess of the butterflies. 1960 34.2 x 26.8 cm

Lennard, Erica United States (born 1950) Marly le Roi, France, Summer 1978. 43.2 x 29 cm

Villa D'Este, Winter 1978. 29.3 x 44 cm

Hever Castle, Angleterre, Spring 1979. 29.7 x 44.2 cm

Marly le Roi, Summer 1979. 29 x 43.4 cm

Marly le Roi, Summer 1979. 43.2 x 29.2 cm

Oxford Botanical Gardens, 1979. 29 x 43.2 cm

Levine, Les Canada, United States (born 1835) Abstract expression: project for billboard. 1976­ 79 5 ‘Type C‘ prints, synthetic polymer paint, wooden panels 211.7 x 222 cm

Lynes, George Platt United States (1907-55) Birth of Dionysus. c1930-49 23.5 x 19 cm

(Cyclops). c1930-49 21.4 x 18.7 cm

Gertrude Stein. c1930-49 23.5 x 18.8 cm

Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas. c1930-49 11.7x 17.2 cm

(Headless male nude). c1930-49 18.9 x 23.9 cm

Isadora Duncan and Essenin. c1930-49 21.9 x 16.9 cm

(Man with antlers on his head). c1930-49 25.2 x 20.2 cm


Mel Fellini, c 1930-49 14.4 x 22.8 cm

Monroe Wheeler. c1930-49 23.4 x 19 cm

(Nude man behind tree). c1930-49 25.2 x 20.2 cm

(Seated woman in suit, hat, gloves and fur), c 1930-49 23.8 x 19 cm

Thomas Mann, c 1930-49 24.1 x 19.6 cm

(Vogue model Kaye Thompson wearing white evening dress and holding flowers). c1930-49 23.4 x 18.9 cm

W.H. Auden (man with arm in garbage bin), c 1930-49 25.2 x 20.2 cm

(Woman in black dress), c 1930-49 24 x 19.2 cm

Marcel Khill. 1936 22.7 x 18.3 cm

Mapplethorpe, Robert United States (born 1943) (Patti Smith with two pictures of horses). c1975 dye transfer print 35.8 x 34.5 cm

(Tennant twins). (1976) 36.7 x 36.6 cm

(James Douglas). 1977 35.7 x 35.4 cm

Baby's breath. 1978 35.4 x 35.2 cm

Dennis Walsh. c1978 24.4 x 14.3 cm

Female torso. 1978 35.6 x 35.3 cm

Marcus Leatherdale. 1978 35.6 x 35.3 cm

(Ariel Phillips). 1979 35.3 x 35.1 cm

Easter lilies. 1979 35.3 x 35.3 cm

George Bussey (No. 1). 1979 35.3 x 35.3 cm

(Larry and Bobby, N.Y.C.). 1979 35.1 x 35 cm

(Patti Smith — doves). 1979 35.4 x 35.2 cm

Peter Reed (No. 2). 1979 35.3 x 35.2 cm

(Phyllis Tweel, No. 2). 1979 35.2 x 35.1 cm

(Auto portrait— in drag). 1980 35.2 x 35.3 cm

(Phillip’s cock close up). 1980 35.3 x 35.5 cm

(Sebastian). 1980 35.1 x 35.2 cm

(Terry Beans). 1980 35.1 x 35.4 cm

Mark, Mary Ellen United States (born 1941) The Bar series. 1977 11 gelatin silver prints

20.1 x 30.7 to 20.4x30.8 cm

McBean, Angus Great Britain (born 1904) (Self portrait). 1945 37.8 x 29.7 cm

Flelpman and Fonteyn, Don Juan, c 1948-50 38 x 30.4 cm


(Hermione Gingold). c1948-60 50.4 x 40.1 cm

Loudon Sainthill in the Stratford wardrobe for The Tempest. 1951 24.8 x 19 cm Gift of the artist

Michael Redgrave as Prospero in The Tempest, Stratford 1951. 1951 50 x 39.6 cm

Pamela Brown in A lady's not for burning. c1952 46.6 x 37.9 cm

Dame Alicia Markova (as Giselle). c1952-59 50.3 x 40.4 cm

Laurence Olivier in Othello at the National Theatre playing in the Old Vic. 1964 36.7 x 29.5 cm

June Bronhill; record sleeve for The merry widow. c1966 24.2 x 19 cm Gift of the artist

Meyerowitz, Joel United States (born 1938) Barn, 'The Willows’, Truno, Cape Cod. 1976 'Type C’ print 24.8 x 19.8 cm

Fence, Truno. 1976 ‘Type O’ print 24.4 x 19.3 cm

Hartwig House, Truno, Cape Cod. 1976 'Type C’ print 39.3 x 49.6 cm

Wilson Cottage, Wellflect, Cape Cod. 1976 'Type O' print 39.2 x 49.4 cm

Hartwig house (Truno, Cape Cod). c1976-80 'Type C' print 19.3 x 24.4 cm

Justine. 1977 'Type C' print 39 x 49.4 cm

Porch, Provincetown. Storm lightning. 1977 ‘Type O’ print 39.4 x 49.4 cm

Provincetown, Cape Cod. Steps, wave, seaweed. 1977 'Type C' print 49.4 x 39.3 cm

Provincetown, dusk. 1977 ‘Type C' print 39 x 49.3 cm

Red interior, Provincetown. 1977 ‘Type C' print 19.3 x 24.4 cm

Florida. 1978 'Type C’ print 39.1 x 49.4 cm

Michals, Duane United States (born 1932) Homage to Cavafy,

portfolio of 10 prints, each approx 20.3 x 25.2 cm

Misrach, Richard United States (born 1949) Hawaii. portfolio of 12 dye transfer prints, San Francisco, Grapestake Gallery, 1980 each print 43.4 x 53.3 to 44.1 x 54.6 cm

Model, Lisette United States (born 1906) Circus man, Nice. 1937 48.7 x 38.7 cm

Hermaphrodite 42nd St Flea Market, N.Y. c1940 49.5 x 39.7 cm

Doll, Venezuala. 1954 49.3 x 38.6 cm

(New York). 1980 39.6 x 49.8 cm

Glamour in Window, New York. 38.9 x 49.5 cm

(Reflection with hand). 48.3 x 39.5 cm

Newhall, Beaumont United States (born 1908) Ansel Adams, Arizone. May, 1946 32.8 x 21.3 cm


Henri Cartier-Bresson, New York. 1946 22.5 x 33.9 cm

Edwin H. Land, San Francisco. 1953 34 x 22 cm

Paul Strand shopping, Orgeval, France. 1963 34 x 22 cm

Nixon, Nicholas United States (born 1947) Atlantic City, New Jersey. 1978 gelatin silver contact print 19.7 x 24.5 cm

2nd Avenue, Troy, New York 1978. gelatin silver contact print 19.7 x 24.6 cm

Hyde Park, Massachusetts. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.6 x 24.5 cm

Labour day, Brighton, Massachusetts. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.4 x 24.5 cm

MDC Park, Allston, Massachusetts. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.6 x 24.5 cm

M.l.T. Boatyard, Cambridge. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.6 x 24.6 cm

Point of Pines, Revere, Massachusetts. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.5 x 24.5 cm

Revere, Massachusetts. 1979 gelatin silver contact print 19.6 x 24.6 cm

Okuhara, Tetsu United States (born 1942) Woman with crossed arms. 1971 48 gelatin silver prints on card 53 x 60 cm

Outerbridge, Paul United States (1896-1958) (Fruit in a pedestal bowl). c1923 platinum print 11.9 x 9.4 cm

(Portrait of Brancusi). c1924 platinum print 15.9 x 10.4 cm

(Glass bowl, chopping block and pan). c1925 15.9 x 21 cm

(Gloves, mask and fan). c1925 platinum print 7.9 x 10.8 cm

(Dice in cup with bowl). c1926 11.2 x 7.4 cm

(Vase of flowers on a chair). c1926 platinum print 11.8 x 9.3 cm

(Female nude). c1927 platinum print 14.2 x 11.5 cm

(Self-portrait), c 1934-38 6.7 x 7.6 cm

(Nude woman). c1936 carbro print 39.5 x 31 cm

(Vase filled with artificial flowers). 1938 carbro print 38 x 32.5 cm

(Hand with toilet tissue and red roses). c1939 carbro print 40.5 x 32.6 cm

Pfahl, John United States (born 1939) Blue grid, Lackawanna, New York. 1975 Type C' print 19 x 24 cm

Triangle, Bermuda. 1975 Type C’ print 17.6 x 24.1 cm

Australian pines, Fort De Soto, Florida. 1977 Type C’ print 19.1 x 24.1 cm

Bamboo lightning, Penland, North Carolina. 1977 Type C’ print 19 x 24 cm

Great Salt Lake Angles, Great Salt Lake, Utah. 1977 Type C’ print 18 x 24.1 cm

Moonrise over Die Pan, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah. 1977 Type C' print 19 x 24 cm

Moose and Arrow, Grant Teton National Park, Wyo. 1977 Type C' print 24 x 19 cm


Shadow plan. Penn-Dixie Cement Factory, Woodlawn, N.Y. 1977 Type C' print 19.1 x 24.1 cm

Studded palm, Fort De Soto, Florida. 1977 Type C! print 19 x 24.1 cm

White lightning Delle, Utah. 1977 Type C' print 19.2 x 24.2 cm

Coconut palm horizon, Vena Coast, Hawaii. 1978 Type C' print 24.1 x 19.1 cm

Phan, Viet Sy Vietnam, France (born 1951) Le Boucher Chalons Sur Saone. 1980 3 gelatin silver prints mounted on card each approx 29.7 x 39.2 cm

Portfolio of 15 gelatin silver prints 18.6 x 19.7 to 27.9 x 27.7 cm

Platt-Lynes, George United States (1907-55) Blanchard Kennedy. 1936 23 x 18.2 cm

Tex Smutney and Buddy Stanley. 1941 17.2 x 24.3 cm

Tex Smutney and Buddy Stanley. c1941 18.8 x 22.6 cm

Fred Damelli. c1950 23.2 x 18.8 cm

H.J. Visball. 1954 23.6 x 18.7 cm

Jack Fontan. c1954 19.2 x 24 cm

Porter, Eliot United States (born 1901) Intimate landscapes. Portfolio of 10 dye-transfer prints, New York,

Daniel Wolf Press, 1979. each print 33.3 x 26.9 to 34.5 x 27.3 cm

Prince, Douglas United States (born 1943) Charles at the table. 1975 phototransparency, transparent synthetic polymer sheet and screws 13.3 x 12.8 x 5.8 cm

Floating rose. 1978 phototransparency, transparent synthetic polymer sheet and screws 13.4 x 12.9 x 6.3 cm

Baby carriage in hallway. 1979 phototransparency, transparent synthetic polymer sheet and screws 13.3 x 13.3 x 6.3 cm

Brice and Brian under roots. 1979 45.4 x 35.4 cm

Brian floating at the beach. 1979 45.4 x 35.4 cm

White horse in fog. 1979 45.4 x 35.4 cm

Headless horse. 1980 45.2 x 35.3 cm

White swan in water. 1980 45.1 x 35.4 cm

Renger-Patszch, Albert West Germany (1897-1966) Aroideal Blatt Finer Collocolia. 1928 23 x 16.9 cm

Binsem im Kauhserf. 1928 22.5 x 16.8 cm

Binsem im Moore. 1928 18.8 x 22.6 cm

(Church, man and carriage). 1930 16.8 x 22.8 cm

(Tiles). 1930 23 x 16.8 cm

(Deutsche Tageszeitung — German daily newspaper). c1930 16.7 x 22.7 cm


Sterngarn. c1930 22.9 x 16.9 cm

(Industrial building with tower, wire fence and snow on the ground). c1930-45 22.7 x 16.8 cm

(Interior of church facing altar). c1930-45 22.8 x 16.8 cm

(Interior stairway), c 1930-45 22.7 x 16.6 cm

(Side of building with open windows), c 1930-45 22.6 x 16.8 cm

(Side of multi-story building). c1930-45 22.6 x 16.8 cm

(Tower and overhead walkway). c1930-45 22.8 x 16.8 cm

Phoenix — Rhein-Rohr, Duisburg. 1959 22.6 x 16.6 cm

Phoenix, Rhein-Rohr, Duisburg. 1959 22.5 x 16.6 cm

(Interior of dining room with arched window). 16.8 x 22.7 cm

(Industrial building with tower). 22.8 x 26.8 cm

(Sanctuary lamp). 22.8 x 16.8 cm

Rothstein, Arthur United States (born 1915) Dust storm, Gmarran County, Olkahoma. 1930 toned gelatin silver print 25.9 x 25.2 cm

Barn with signs, FLA. c1935 17.1 x 24.4 cm

Farm in Dust Bowl, Oklahoma. c1935 14.2 x 19 cm

Mrs Bailey Nicholson, Shenandoah National Park, VA. 1935 24.8 x 18.1 cm

Shelling peanuts at Wolf Creek. 1935 19.6 x 24.4 cm

Skull. c1935-40 18.1 x 24.4 cm

Picking cotton, ALA. 1935 16.3 x 24.4 cm

(Alley and dome). c1935-40 24.4 x 19.4 cm

American way. c 1935-40 15.1 x 24.8 cm

Arkansas Mississippi Co., Wilson Plantation, Sharecropper's child suffering from malnutrition, c 1935-40 24.2 x 17 cm

Boy by Corbin Hallow, Blue Ridge Mountains, VA. c 1935-40 16.4 x 13.6 cm

Dust is too much for this son of a farmer in Cimarron County, Oklahoma. c1935-40 24 x 19.2 cm Fennel Corbin’s cabin, Blue Ridge Mountains, VA. c1935

18 x 24 cm

Fennel Corbin’s cabin, Blue Ridge Mountains, VA. c 1935-40 16.6 x 22.8 cm

Guard at company steel town, Birmingham, Alabama. c1935-40 18 x 24 cm

Hauling water at Gee’s Bend, Alabama. c1935- 40 18 x 24.5 cm

John Henry Miller and family, c 1935-40 18.3 x 24.4 cm

John Henry Miller, foreman at Pettway Plantation. c1935-40 18 x 24.4 cm


Large family, Gee's Bend, Alabama, c 1935-40 21.2 x 31 cm

Male, Blue Ridge Mountains, VA. c1935 22,9 x 16.1 cm

(Miners stepping out of trolley), c 1935-40 16.8 x 24.2 cm

(Mine workers), c 1935-40 24.1 x 16.5 cm

Mine workers, Kansas, c 1935-40 32.5 x 27.4 cm

Mrs Handley, wife of a tenant farmer, Walker County, Alabama, c 1935-40 18 x 20.8 cm

N.D. farmers waiting for their grants in R.A. office. c1935-40 19.2 x 19.3 cm

Negroes at Gee’s Bend, Alabama, c 1935-40 18.2 x 24.4 cm

Negroes at Gee’s Bend, Alabama, c 1935-40 17.9 x 24.4 cm

Picking cotton in ALA. c 1935-40 16.4 x 23.8 cm

Postmaster in Old Rag, VA. c1935-40 30 x 25.2 cm

Post Office, Nethers, VA. c1935-40 18 x 16.7 cm

(Prospector). c1935-40 21.8 x 24.2 cm

Rehabilitation client with his tobacco crop, Oxford, N.C. c1935-40 18.2 x 24.3 cm

Rockland, Maine. c1935-40 16.4 x 24.3 cm

Soldier and mother, Brownsville, Texas. c1935- 40 33.5 x 24.7 cm

T.V.A. workers, Tennessee, c 1935-40 25.5 x 33.6 cm

(Unemployment office), c 1935-40 22.3 x 15.2 cm

Vernon Evans and family leaving South Dakota for a new start in the Pacific Northwest. c1935- 40 24.4 x 18.3 cm

Wives fo farm labourers, Columbus, Kansas. c1935-40 18.5 x 23.8 cm

Migrant to Oregon from South Dakota. 1936 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 24.6 x 31.7 cm

Plantation owner’s daughter checking weight of cotton — Kaufman Co., Texas. 1936 17.6 x 24.3 cm

Eroded land, Alabama. 1937 17 x 23.7 cm

School-room, Greenbeld, MD. 1937 23.6 x 17 cm

Arkansas sharecropper’s wife and daughter. 1938 23.8 x 16.8 cm

Slums, Pittsburgh, PA. 8 July 1938. 16.6 x 24.2 cm

State highway officials moving sharecroppers away from roadside to area between the levee and the Mississippi River, January 1938. 13.8 x 24 cm

Schoonhaven, Terry United States (born 1945) (St. Charles painting). c1979 Type C’ print 38.8 x 49.1 cm

Schrager, Victor United States (born 1950) (Magazine illustrations showing man in costume). 1978 gelatin silver contact print 19.8 x 25.2 cm


(Assemblage of prints including aerial (Cars angle parked at kerb; with three photograph, photograph of cacti, rusty iron). pedestrians). 1939 1979 16.1 x 24.2 cm

Polaroid colour print 24.2 x 19 cm

(Corner view of store — parts for stoves). 1938

(Assemblage of stencils and photographs). 1979 16.6 x 24.3 cm gelatin silver contact print 25.1 x 20.3 cm (Crowd of people watching free stage show). (Pages of Indian and Persian designs). c1979 1938 Polaroid colour print 19.1 x 24.1 cm 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Assemblage of prints). 1980 Polaroid colour print 24.1 x 19 cm

(Assemblage of prints, wood, black disc, metal clamps). 1980 Polaroid colour print 24.1 x 19.1 cm

Schwartz, Elliot United States (born 1949) Elevator motor — Port Authority Bldg., N.Y.C. 1980 '

35 x 34.5 cm

Flash Point test site, General Services laboratory. 1980 35 x 34.6 cm

Oil testing machine General Services Laboratory. 1980 34.9 x 34.5 cm

Section of pump — King's County Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1980 35 x 34.5 cm

Stove and plates General Services laboratory, N.Y.C. 1980 35 x 34.6 cm

Shahn, Ben United States (1898-1969) (Back view of four men). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

(Black man playing a piano). c1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

( C a rn iv a l s c e n e w ith fe rr is w h e e l). 1 9 3 8

1 6 .4 x 2 4 .2 c m

(Crowd of people with two fat men). 1938 16.2 x 24.4 cm

(Elvers cigars). 1938 16.2 x 24.3 cm

(Elderly woman beside car). 1938 15.6 x 23.3 cm

(Farmer in doorway of barn). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

(Farmers’ cars parked along highway near a public auction, Central Ohio). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Five men seated on a porch). 1938 16.2 x 24.3 cm

(First Christian Church, Central, Ohio). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Four elderly men in street). c1938 16.2 x 24.3 cm

(Four men, one drinking from a tin cup). c1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Group of people at auction). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Group of people wearing hats). c1938 16.2 x 24.3 cm

(Hall of Independent Order of Odd Fellows). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Hartman Farm Orchards: roadside advertising near Columbus, Ohio). 1938 17 x 24.2 cm


(Hogs on Thaxton farm, near Mechanicsburg, Ohio). 1938 16.6 x 24.2 cm

(Interior of house at farm land auction, New Carlisle. Ohio). 1938 16.4 x 24.3 cm

(July 4th celebrations, Ashville, Ohio, 1938). 1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(London Recreation Club). c1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Man in braces and hat). 1938 17.3 x 24.3 cm

(Man signwriting on window of secondhand furniture store, Springfield, Ohio). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Man with crutches outside shop). 1938 16.4 x 24.1 cm

(Methodist church, Unionville Center). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Mother and child). c1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Ohio farmer near Mechanicsburg). c1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Pens at Pickaway Livestock Association auction rooms, Central, Ohio). 1938 16.6 x 24.3 cm

(Policeman and elderly man). 1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Portrait of two men). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Portrait of two men). c1938 16.1 x 23.6 cm

(Poster advertising public sale, Central, Ohio). 1938 16 x 24.1 cm

(Public auction in Central, Ohio). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

(Rear view of a group of people). 1938 16.2x24.2 cm

(Refreshment stand at County fair, Ohio). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Road sign near Columbus, Ohio: To Buckeye Lake park Harbour Hills’). 1938 16.2x24.2 cm

(Saturday afternoon in London, Ohio). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm Secondhand clothing store, Columbus, Ohio. 1938

16.2 x 24.1 cm

(Spectators at baseball game, Central, Ohio). 1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Spectators at County fair, Central, Ohio). 1938 16 x 24.2 cm

(Spectators at races alongside track). 1938 16 x 24.2 cm

(Store advertising parts for stoves). 1938 16.6 x 24.3 cm

(Street scene featuring Moore's Business College). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

(Street scene with parents and two children). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Summer 1938, Main Street and Court Street, Circleville, Ohio). 1938 16.6 x 24.4 cm

(Swimming pool, Buckeye Lake Amusement Park, near Columbus, Ohio). 1938 16.2 x 24.1 cm

(Three well-dressed women). 1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm


(Town hall, 1878). 1938 16.1 x 24.2 cm

(Two farmers). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Two women standing in front of a shop window). 1938 16.4 x 24.2 cm

(Unloading platform, Pickaway Livestock Cooperative Association, Central, Ohio). 1938 15.2 x 24.1 cm

Snelson, Kenneth United States (born 1927) Girl in red/ Paris Metro. 1975

cibachrome print 15.6 x 112.6 cm

Greene and Grand Streets, New York City. 1979 38.6x214.4 cm

Sixth Avenue/ Exxon Building. 1979 38.7x212.4 cm

Trinity Church, New York City. 1979 39 x 148.9 cm

(Wheat, Central, Ohio). 1938 16.4 x 24.1 cm

(Woman and child on verandah). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Woman in back doorway). 1938 16.3 x 24.2 cm

(Youth in cap and tie). 1938 16.2 x 24.2 cm

Smith, W. Eugene United States (1918-78) (Small child on crutches): from the ‘Visiting

nurse’ series. c1950 33.8 x 26.2 cm

(Dr Albert Schweitzer, Aspen, Colorado). c1957 26.5 x 33.9 cm

(Madness, Haiti). 1959 24 x 33.8 cm

(Madness, Haiti). 1959 22 x 30.8 cm

(Madness, Haiti). 1959 23.5 x 34.2 cm

Smithson, Robert United States (1938-73) (’Spiral Jetty’, Great Salt Lake, Utah). 1971

Type C’ print 69.2 x 101.4 cm

( ’S p ira l J e t t y ’, G r e a t S a lt L a k e , U ta h ). 1 971

T y p e C ’ p r in t 6 9 x 1 0 1 .4 c m

Steichen, Edward United States (1879-1973) (Girl at the piano). c1895-1905 14.4 x 17 cm

(Girl reading Keats, Milwaukee). c1898 19 x 12.2 cm

(Forest in Milwaukee at twilight). 1899 14.5 x 19.1 cm

The edge of woods, 1899. sepia-toned gelatin silver print 14.9 x 15.3 cm

Self portrait with little sister, Milwaukee, 1900. 18.3 x 24.5 cm

Franz von Lenbach, Munich, 1901. 23.2 x 16.8 cm

Vitality— Yvette Guilbert, Paris, 1901. 24.5 x 19.1 cm

(Portrait of Maurice Maeterlinch). c1901 35.1 x 27.3 cm

Auguste Rodin and Le Penseur, Paris, 1902. 27 x 34.2 cm

(Girl with little round mirror). 1905 14.4 x 16.6 cm

Steeple Chase Day, ‘Grandstand’. 1905 17.4 x 22.2 cm

George Bernard Shaw London, 1907. 34.8 x 27.1 cm


(Anatole France). c1909 20.1 x 14 cm

(Portrait of Henri Matisse with his sculpture ‘La Serpentine’). c1909 34.7 x 26.8 cm

Vaux, Chateau Thierry sector. c1917-18 30 x 38.2 cm

Assemblage hill south of Monthier. 1918 39.1 x 48.8 cm

(Aerial photograph). c1918 25.3 x 35.3 cm

(Isadora Duncan at the portal of the Parthenon). C1921 34.8 x 26.7 cm

John Barrymore as Hamlet, 1922. 24 x 18.8 cm

(Dancer). 1923 25.2 x 20.3 cm

(Russian pupils of Isadora Duncan). c1924 platinum print 23.8 x 18.6 cm

(Russian pupils of Isadora Duncan, in a circle). C1924 platinum print 23.8 x 18.7 cm

(Lee Tracy and Osgood Perkins in ’The Frontpage’). c1928 24.4 x 19.4 cm

(Mrs David Adler in evening gown). c1928-30 sepia-toned gelatin silver print 24 x 14.9 cm

Simmons Beds advertisement, 1929. 24.1 x 19.2 cm

(Portrait of Agnes Geraghty). c1929 19.6 x 24.1 cm

Kay Francis, Hollywood. 1931 23.8 x 19.5 cm

(Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright). c1931 24.2 x 19.4 cm

Sinclair Lewis, 1932. 24 x 19.4 cm

Lupe Velez. c1932 24.9 x 19.9 cm

(Portrait of Winston Churchill). c1932 34.8 x 27.3 cm

(Two youths, seated, looking at photographs). 01932-34 19.6 x 24.6 cm

(Two young women looking at photographs). c1932-34 '

24 x 19.2 cm

(Youth, seated, looking at photographs). 1932­ 34 24.3 x 19.4 cm

(Man seated smoking a cigar and looking at photographs). c1933 24.8 x 19.9 cm

(Portrait of Secretary of State, Mr Hull). c1933 24.9 x 19.7 cm

Victor Moore. c1933 24.6 x 19.6 cm

Life mask of Abraham Lincoln, G.L. Volk. 1935 toned gelatin silver print 23.4 x 18.4 cm

Sylvia Sidney, 1935. sepia-toned gelatin silver print 24.8 x 19.9 cm

(Dixie Ray, nude). c1935 24.1 x 19.4 cm

(Two models on a stairway). c1935 24.8 x 19.8 cm

(Dixie Ray, nude). c1936 19.6 x 24.2 cm

(Portrait of Sergei Rachmaninoff). c1936 24.7 x 19.6 cm

(Woman modelling a nightgown). 1937 3 gelatin silver prints 24.6 x 19.8 cm


USS. Carrier Lexington, U.S. Navy, 1943. 17.7x21.2 cm

(Brancusi’s ‘Bird in Space' sculpture). c1953 27 x 27 cm

(Brancusi’s ‘Bird in Space’ sculpture). c1935 27.2 x 27 cm

(Brancusi’s ‘Bird in Space’ sculpture in Steichen’s studio). c1957 27.8 x27.1 cm

Amelia Earhart. 24.8 x 19.6 cm

(Eva la Galliene in ‘Romeo and Juliet’). 24 x 19.2 cm

Eva la Gallienne. platinum print 24.7 x 19.8 cm

Evelyn Laye (Vanity Fair). 24.2 x 19.3 cm

Sinclair Lewis and his wife. sepia-toned gelatin silver print 24.2 x 19.2 cm

Taken from Bozart window. sepia-toned gelatin silver print 24.1 x 19.3 cm

Struss, Karl United States (born 1886) The gate-way (entrance to Hispanic Museum, N.Y.). 1909 sepia-toned platinum print 12.1 x 9.3 cm

Sudek, Josef Czechoslovakia (1896-1976) Landscape near Melanik. 1960 gelatin silver contact print 9.2 x 29.3 cm

Sugimoto, Hiroshi United States (born 1948) Radio City music hall. N.Y. 1977. 42.2 x 54.4 cm

Cabot Street cinema, Beverly, Massachusetts 1978. 42 x 54.3 cm

Elmwood N.J. 1978. 42.1 x 54.4 cm

Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan 1978. 42.2 x 54.5 cm

Sameric P.A. 1978. 42.2 x 54.4 cm

Sultan, Larry United States (born 1946) (Children underwater). c1979 Type C’ print 32.3 x 48.3 cm

(Group of people underwater). 1979 Type C' print 32.3 x 48.2 cm

(Large boy underwater). 1979 Type C’ print 32.3 x 48 cm

(Person underwater holding a red triangle). 1979 Type C’ print 32.3 x 47.9 cm

(Small child on blue board in the water). 1979 Type C’ print 32.3 x 48.1 cm

(Two children in artificially lit swimming pool). 1979 Type C’ print 32.3 x 48.4 cm

Van Vechten, Carl United Stated (1880-1964) Henri Matisse, 1933. 18.6 x 24 cm

Weegee United States (1899-1968) A buff at work. c1923-68 33.6 x 27 cm

(Dead man with police surrounding him). c1923- 68 34.1 x 27.1 cm

(Numbers lady), c 1923-68 33.5 x 26.4 cm

(The arrest), c 1923-68 34.4 x 26.9 cm


Dove (The Beetle) Beadle put on spot, under the 'spot' on 10th Ave. c1940 21.4 x 16.2 cm

Mayor La Guardia. c1942

Zwart, Piet The Netherlands (born 1885) Buster Keaton. c1920-29 17.2 x 12.4 cm

34.2 x 27.1 cm

(Sammy’s on the Bowery). c1943

Ario. c 1920-39 17.3 x 12.3 cm

34.3 x 27.1 cm

(Listening to Frank Sinatra, Palace Theatre).

Ario. c1920-39 17 x 12.2 cm

C1944 34.4 x 27.1 cm

Ario. c1920-39 12.2 x 17.1 cm

(New York jail). c1944 27 x 34.4 cm

(Folded newspapers), c 1920-39 18 x 13.2 cm

(At the Palace Theatre). 1945 33.1 x 26.7 cm

(At a concert in Harlem). c1948

(Handkerchief, egg, box and label), c 1920-39 17 x 12.3 cm

34.2 x 27.1 cm (Hat). c1920-39

12.4 x 17.2 cm

(Woman with a winged hat). c1951 26.6 x 34.1 cm (Man’s shadow). c1920-39

17.6 x 13.4 cm

Wegman, William United States (born 1943) Improved photographs, 1979. Set of 10 photographs with silkscreen overprints.

(Printing roller), c 1920-39 17.1 x 12.3 cm

Weston, Edward

(Wood shavings and nails). c1920-39 34.2 x 25.4 cm

United States (1886-1958) Edward Weston fiftieth anniversary portfolio 1902-1952. California, Edward Weston, 1951.

Bauhaus. 1929 17.2 x 12.2 cm

12 gelatin silver prints from 40.4 x 50.4 cm to 50.6 x 40.6 cm (Dishes in tub of water). 1930 16.7 x 12.2 cm

Decorative Arts

Chihuly, Dale United States (born 1941) Untitled glass object in 3 parts: a bowl containing a jar and a rounded vessel. 1979-80

Untitled glass object. 1980

Coper, Hans Great Britain (born 1947) Bowl, circular, tapering to base and top. c1950 stoneware Vase, funnel shaped. c1958

stoneware Vase, spade shaped. 1971 stoneware


Coper, Hans; Rie, Lucie Great Britain (born 1947); (born 1902) Tea service comprising coffee pot and cover, milk jug and 4 cups and saucers. c1950 stoneware with sgraffito work

Delaunay, Sonia USSR (1885-1979) A colour pochoir portfolio by Sonia Delaunay containing 69 issues of the periodical Lacerba 01915-16 portfolio 38 x 28 cm

Kandinsky, Wassily (designer) USSR (1886-1944) Plate, porcelain, handpainted with a multicoloured abstract decoration. c1925

Leach, Bernard Great Britain (1887-1979) Tile, decorated with a shield device, c 1920-30 earthenware ‘Pilgrim dish’. c1965 stoneware

Minton Hollins and Co., Great Britain Walter Crane, (1845-1915), designer The baby’s opera. A set of 6 tiles decorated with illustrations of nursery ryhmes. C1870 earthenware

The baby’s bouquet. A set of 6 tiles decorated with illustrations of nursery ryhmes. c1890 earthenware

Rie, Lucie Great Britain (born 1902) Bottle, with flaring top. stoneware Bowl, black, with sgraffito work. stoneware Bottle, oval. stoneware Bottle, with straight sides, porcelain Vase, bronze, with sgraffito work, porcelain Bowl, white, with incised decoration, porcelain

School of Kolomon Moser, Austria (established 1903) Jutta Sika, designer Cup and saucer. c1902 porcelain decorated with a non-objective design

William de Morgan Pottery, Great Britain, (1872­ 1907) Charles Passenger, decorator ‘Charger’ plate, decorated with a griffin and fish motif. earthenware

Fashion and Textiles

Armstrong, Tony Great Britain Dress: white and black linear design, sleeveless, round neck. c1960-63

linen, nylon fabric bust circumference 90 cm; shoulder to hem 126 cm; hip circumference 102 cm

Europe Swatch, block printed: central filling of minute florals with a border of floral sprays and simulated lace in pink and red on a white ground. c1870 cotton, tabby weave 34.5 x 34.5 cm

Swatch, block-printed: central filling of floral sprays with a border of leaves and geometrical motifs in red, pink, olive and brown on a white ground. C1877 cotton, tabby weave 34 x 34 cm

Swatch, block printed: central filling of red and pink floral with a border, on a white ground. c1870-79 cotton, tabby weave 34.5 x 34.5 cm

Swatch, block printed: central filling of red and pink floral and spots with a large floral border on a white ground. c1870 cotton, tabby weave 34.5 x 34.2 cm


Swatch, block printed: black and caramel floral on a white ground. c1870-79 cotton, tabby weave 11.5 x 14 cm

Fortuny, Mariano Spain. Italy (1871-1949) Jacket: gold, shawl with v-neck at back short

kimono sleeves; decorated with gold stencils of geometric, floral and mythological beasts. c1907-30 velvet, rep silk, gold paint

centre back 105 cm; sleeve length 48 cm; width of sleeve 25 cm

Dress: pink delphos pleated tea gown. c1907-30 silk, cotton, glass beads centre back 140 cm; hem circumference 180 cm

Hoffmann, Josef Austria (1870-1956) A length of patterned fabric: olive green and

black. c1905 cotton, woven 65 x 57 cm

Ottoman Empire Turkey (17th century) Red velvet cover or hanging patterned in gold thread, green velvet and white silk with a

serrated leaf shape containing a symmetrical flowering plant, surrounded by a light frill of small tulips and other flowers. 1600-99

velvet, gold metallic thread and silk thread 105 x 111 cm

Square linen cover embroidered with silk thread in red, blue, green, yellow and black, in a pattern of a lattice of stems and leaves enclosing tulips and other flowers. 1600-99

linen, silk thread 95.3 x 95.3 cm

Square linen cover embroidered with silk thread of red, black, green, yellow and black in a pattern of rows of large blue flowers framed by pairs of red sickle-shaped leaves, with a border

of blue cresting. 1600-99 linen and silk thread 105 x 112 cm

Plauen, Robert Francis Brown and Company, Germany East Germany Manufacturer’s sample book: bound book of 127

leaves with 295 samples of machine-made lace. c1880-89 cotton, book 45 x 28 x 9.5 cm

Manufacturer's sample book: bound book of 62 leaves with 392 samples of coloured braid. c1880-89

coloured cottons, rayon, felt, metallic thread, sequins, beads book 45 x 28 x 9,5 cm

Manufacturer's sample book: bound book of 99 leaves with 98 samples of machine-made lace, c 1880-89 cotton, book 45 x 28 x 9.5 cm

Quant, Mary Great Britain (born 1934) Blouse, pink floral: plunging cowl neckline, bishop sleeves. c1960-63

chiffon, satin, buttons, gold metallic, centre back 31 cm; centre front 51 cm; sleeve length 60 cm

Blouse, lilac: sleeveless with flip tie collar, trimmed at the waist with a band. c1960-63 synthetic crepe, satin centre back 58 cm; waist circumference 86 cm

The House of Worth, 1874-1946 Paris; 1900-46 London Great Britain, France Afternoon dress, petticoat and original dress

box. c1902

The House of Worth, 1900-46 Great Britain Petticoat. c1902 silk, centre back 140 cm

The House of Worth, 1874-1946 (maker) France Afternoon dress: strawberry separate bodice with bobbin lace collar, Spanish sleeves, trimmed with black rosettes, full length skirt with train; fully lined. c1902

silk, satin, taffeta, net centre back of bodice 51 cm; length of sleeves 35 cm; centre back of skirt 154 cm


Wiener Werkstatte, Vienna Austria A length of patterned fabric: navy blue, black, white and grey. c1907 linen, blocked-printed 117 x 120 cm

A length of patterned fabric: light grey, blue and

white. c1908 cotton, block-printed 57.5 x 53 cm

A circular patterned mat: braid attached to the circumference; abstract design of light blue, royal blue, mustard and burgundy. c1910 linen, block-printed, braid 54 cm dia.

Theatre Arts

Bainbridge, John Great Britain, Australia (1918-78) Costume design for a gypsy girl from For Love or Money. c1951 coloured pencils, brush and ink, charcoal, gold paint, gouache on paper adhered to cardboard 40.6 x 29.6 cm

Costume design for old man from For Love or Money. c1951 charcoal, gouache and watercolour on paper 39 x 29.6 cm Gift of Nan Bainbridge, widow of the artist

Bakst, Leon USSR, France (1866-1924) Costume design for Shah Zeeman from Scheherazade. 1910 gouache, pencil, watercolour, gold paint, varnish on paper 37 x 22.2 cm

Costume design for an odalisque from Scheherazade. 1910 gouache, pencil, gold paint on paper adhered to cardboard 29 x 19.4 cm

Bella, Stefano della Italy (1610-64) The altar of the Blessed Virgin. c1648 etching 33.8 x 48.2 cm

Benois, Alexandre (designer) USSR, France (1870-1960) ‘Petrouchka’ costume comprising tunic, trousers and boots (from the Diaghilev ballet Petrouchka first performed in 1911). Worn by Vaslav Nijinsky, 1911

Set design for Proscenium Arch for Scene I from Petrouchka. watercolour, pencil, pen and ink, gouache on paper 30.8 x 47.6 cm

Set design for the Moor’s room from Petrouchka. pen and ink, gouache, watercolour, pen and green ink, green ink over opaque white 14.2 x 21.8 cm

China, People’s Republic of One blue silk box consisting of lid with 3 trays containing 55 hair ornaments for Chinese opera. 1900-25 cardboard, silk, mirror

box 28 x 37 x 19 cm, tray 26 x 36 x 5 cm

Coypel, Charles-Antoine France (1694-1752) Set of prints showing scenes from the comedies of Moliere. 1726

Derain, Andre France (1880-1954) Costume design for Lopokova from La Boutique Fantasque. 1919 watercolour, pen and ink, pencil on paper 31.6 x 24.8 cm

Gontcharova, Nathalie USSR, France (1881-1962) Costume design for a peasant woman from Coq d'Or: front view, skirt predominantly orange and red pattern. c1914 gouache and pencil on paper 25.4 x 8.2 cm


Costume design for a peasant woman from Coq d’Or: back view, skirt predominantly orange and green pattern, c1914 gouache and pencil on paper 25.2 x 8,2 cm

Le Pautre, Jean France (1618-82) Alceste. Opera with ballet overture performed at Versailles. 1676 engraving 30.2 x 42.2 cm

The performance of Cupid and Bacchus. Comedy with music presented at Versailles. 1678 engraving 80 x 41.8 cm

Marini, Leonardo Italy (c1730-1797) Costume design for an African prisoner watercolour, pen and brown ink on paper 24.4 x 17.2 cm

Ricketts, Charles Great Britain (1866-1931) A collection of 79 designs for stage settings executed between 1906 and 1926 from a

dismantled sketchbook. Including designs from: Aphrodite against Artemis 1906; Salome 1906; King Lear 1909; The Wagner Operas; Parsifal 1924; Henry VII11925; Montezuma (never

produced); The Mikado 1926.

Australian Aboriginal Art

Northeast Arnhem Land

Elcho Island 2 Morning Star poles. 1979 softwood, ochres, feathers, bushstring, wax pole h. 209 cm

pole h. 181 cm

Mandjuwi Galpu mala 3 Wuluyma ancestral bark paintings from the Morning Star Ceremony collection. c1970-79

ochres, bark, wood, fibre 151.5 x 73 cm 143 x 63.5 cm 149.5 x 63.5 cm

Wuluyma ancestral hero carving. c1970-79 softwood, ochres, fibre, string, hair, feathers, resin h. 91 x w. 16.5 x d. 18 cm

Feather headband for Wuluyma ancestral hero figure. c1970-79 feathers, string I. 110 cm (variable)

Wurraki Warramirri tribe Symbolic abstract carving wood, pigment h. 40.2 x w. 33.8 x d. 16.8 cm

Yalkarriwuy Galpu mala Brown Morning Star pole. c1970-79 softwood, ochres, feathers, fibre h. 138 x dia. 15 cm

Red Morning Star pole. c1970-79 softwood, ochres, feathers, fibre h. 137 x dia. 15 cm

Black Morning Star pole. c1970-79 softwood, ochres, feathers, fibre h. 150 x dia. 15 cm

Small ceremonial pole, part of Wuluyma ancestral hero figure. c1970-79 softwood, ochres, feathers, string, resin I. 68 x dia. 15 cm

West Arnhem Land

Johnny Bulu Bulun Ganalpingu clan, Maningrida Sacred waterholes surrounded by various totemic animals of the artist’s clan. Bark painting.

1981 ochres, bark, wood, string 133.5 x 73 cm


Garawun Djardewitjibi clan, Maningrida Freshwater fish. Bark painting bark, pigment 58.3 x 74 cm

Deceased leaders of the Djardewitjibi clan. Bark painting. c1970-79 ochres, bark 87 x 55 cm

Gubargu Nagulmaru clan One-legged mimi spirit (Dadube). Bark painting,

ct 970-79 ochres, bark, wood, string 140 x 44.5 cm

Guningbal Gunwinggu tribe, Maningrida Rainbow serpent. Bark painting. c1970-79 ochres, bark, wood, string 157.5 x 71.5 cm

Mawundjal Gunwinggu tribe. Maningrida Rainbow serpent (Njaljod). Bark painting. c1970-

79 ochres, bark, wood, string 124.5 x 77.5 cm

David Milaybuma Gunwinggu tribe, Maningrida Saltwater crocodile and two fish (Namawgwari) Bark painting. c1970-79 ochres, bark, wood, string 117.5 x 71.5 cm

Njimirjune Gunwinggu tribe, Maningrida Rainbow serpent giving birth to dolphin Bark painting. ochres, bark 92.2 x 46.7 cm

Bonaventure Timaputua Tiwi tribe, Bathurst and Melville Islands Burial pole, Rukamani ceremony. c1970-79 ironwood, ochres h. 393 x dia. 22 cm

Pilakui Tiwi tribe, Bathurst and Melville Islands Burial pole, Rukamani ceremony. c1970-79 ironwood, ochres h. 219 x dia. 30 cm

African Art


Ashanti tribe Fertility doll (akua 'ba). c19th-20th centuries AD wood h. 35.5 x w. 14.5 x d. 4.5 cm


Dan tribe Chimpanzee mask (kao gle or ka gle) wood h. 24.1 x w. 10.8 cm


Dogon tribe Figure of an ancestor (nommo) iron h. 57.3 x w. 10.8 x d. 13.5 cm

Djenneh district Horse and rider. C1300-99AD terracotta h. 66 x w. 38 cm


Udo style head. c1550-1600AD bronze h. 23.8 x w. 16 x d. 16 cm

Benin Hip mask in the form of a ram’s head. C1650AD bronze, copper, iron h. 21.4 x w. 16.8 x d. 6.5 cm

Ife Head of a man. C1300-99AD terracotta h. 5.5 x w. 4 x d. 5.5 cm

Sierra Leone — Guinea

Kissi tribe Stone head. C200-1600AD quartz, magnetite h. 27 x w. 27 x I. 35 cm


Oceanic Art

New Zealand, Maori

3 Adze blades jade I. 22.9 cm I. 26.7 cm

i. 35.5 cm

4 Handclubs (patu onewa) basalt I. 34.5 cm I. 41.3 cm I. 45.8 cm I. 31.8 cm

Ancestral image house support (poutokomanawa). c1840 wood, ochre h. 79.7 x w. 26.5 x d. 20.2 cm

Box supported by a crouching figure, c 1800-50 wood, shell, cloth h. 16.1 x w. 14.5 x d. 21.5 cm

Handclub (wahaika) whalebone, string I. 38.1 cm

2 Handclubs (wahaika) whalebone I. 38 cm I. 34.3 cm

Central door panel from a sacred storehouse. c1800-50 wood h. 106.5 x w. 61 x d. 14.4 cm

2 Chief's staffs (hani or taiaha) wood, shell I. 170 x w. 7.4 x d. 3.5 cm I. 191.0 x w. 9 x d. 4.3 cm

Flute (koauau) wood I. 15.3 cm

Frontal baseboard (paepae) from the facade of a chief's storehouse. c1800-99 wood, ochre I. 242.8 x h. 31.8 x d. 9 cm

2 Handclubs (kotiate) whalebone I. 33.7 cm I. 29.8 cm

3 Handclubs (mere pounamu) nephrite I. 29.2 cm I. 33 cm

I. 37.4 cm

2 Handclubs (patu) whalebone I. 43.8 cm I. 45.7 cm

2 Handclubs (wahaika) wood I. 46 cm I. 39.5 cm

4 Pendants (hei tiki) nephrite, shell h. 8.6 cm h. 12.7 cm h. 9.5 cm h. 12.4 cm

2 Pendants (hei tiki) nephrite h. 8.9 cm h. 8.9 cm

Pendant (hei tiki) nephrite, wax h. 14 cm

Puppet figure (karetao). c1775-1800 wood h. 53.2 x w. 8.1 x d. 8.9 cm

3 Treasure boxes (wakahuia) wood, shell I. 55.3 cm I. 53.3 cm

I. 45.7 cm


Pre-Columbian American Art


Tairona culture Santa Marta Figure. c1000-1500AD

tumbaga h. 9.5 x w. 10.3 x d. 5.1 cm


Chiapas, Izapa Bowl, carved. c200BC-100AD stone h. 11.5 x dia. 17 cm

Colima Seated shaman figure. c200BC-200AD terracotta h. 38 x w. 26 x d. 21 cm

Shark vessel with human heads. c200BC-500AD terracotta I. 43 x h. 30.5 x w. 25.5 cm

Zapotec culture Monte Alban Vessel or incense burner. c300BC-250AD terracotta h. 17.8 cm

Pre-Classic Tlatilco Crouching figure. c800BC-300AD terracotta, cinnabar h.31.3 x w.19.1 x d.25 cm


Chancay culture Embroidered fabric. c1000-1450AD cotton, dyes I. 215.9 x w. 124.5 cm

Lace with cat motif. c1440-1522AD cotton 89 x 80 cm

Llama. c1100-1300AD wood, reed, dyes, cotton h. 26 x w. 21.8 x d. 7.0 cm

Chimu culture Baton Grande region Large funerary mask. c1000-1400AD gold with traces of cinnabar h. 28 x w. 43 cm

Loin cloth. C900-1460AD cotton Gift of Edward H. Merrin, 1981

Huari Headband, double sided cotton, alpaca 81.5 x 6.5 cm

Headband, single sided cotton, alpaca 48.5 x 7.6 cm

Inca culture Feather poncho, c 1400-1542 feathers, cotton I. 142.5 x w. 81.5 cm

Votive Llama. c1100-1500AD basalt, cinnabar h. 12.1 x I. 16.0 x d. 7 cm

Woven fabric. C1450-1532AD wool, cotton, dye I. 218.5 x w. 91.5 cm

Nazca Woven pouch. C400AD wool, cotton netting, dye h. 63.5 x w. 30 cm

North American Indian Art

United States, New Mexico

Pueblo people, Zuni tribe Altar of the Fire Society consisting of backboard in three sections, four corner posts, terraced

Morning Star form, a human figure in stone and a stone mortar in the form of a ram. c 1800-99 wood, ochre, stone h. 92.5 x w. 93 x d. 93 cm (approx.)



Indonesian Textiles

Scarf (slengdang) ikat with elaborate embroidery silk, cotton, dyes, sequins I. 193 x w. 84.5 cm

Kain tumpal, ‘Enggano’ cotton, dyes, gold metallic thread, silver metallic thread I. 169.5 x w. 64.5 cm


Tenganan Double ikat sash (gringsing slendang dingdingai) cotton, vegetable dyes I. 162.7 x w. 22 cm


Fringed cloth (musalaki) cotton, vegetable dyes I. 217.2 x w. 108.6 cm

Ikat with beadwork cotton, dyes, shell, beads, string I. 187.3 x w. 78 cm

A simple Keo-Pante batik cotton, dyes

Lio district, Ngela village Ceremonial dance shawl (semba), ikat. c1950 cotton, dyes I. 157.6 x w. 72.2 cm

Lio district, Wologita village Woman’s skirt (Lavo moga miteh), ikat cotton, dyes I. 173 x w. 134.5 cm

Ngada region Ceremonial fertility sarong (butu), ikat with beadwork. c1920 cotton, dyes, beads, shells, mother of pearl

I. 179 x w. 74 cm

Sikka district, Bola village Woman’s skirt (sarong), ikat cotton, dyes I. 219 x w. 65.5 cm


Batik trouser material. c1880-1910 cotton, dyes I. 155.5 x w. 81.4 cm

Batik trousers. c1880-1910 cotton, dyes I. 126.4 x w. 59.5 cm

Chinese temple hanging (klenteng) cotton and silk, dyes, paper, gold and silver leaf, padding I. 96.4 x w. 101 cm

Batik sarong with gold leaf design tracing (prada) cotton, dyes, gold leaf I. 176.2 x w. 101.2 cm

Cirebon Batik shawl (slendang) with macrame fringe. c1800-99 cotton, dyes I. 155 x w. 53 cm

Kain Panjang batik cotton, dyes I. 239.3 x w. 104.1 cm

Jakarta Batik sarong with three large triangles cotton, dyes I. 229.5 x w. 105.5 cm

Batik cotton, dyes I. 237.6 x w. 103.1 cm

Lassem A pair of ‘classic’ cloths, batik (slendang and Kain Panjang)

cotton, dyes I. 216.5 x w. 104.5 cm I. 263.3 x w. 104.4 cm

Batik, blue with delicate white designs cotton, dyes I. 214.8 x w. 89 cm

Batik sarong with bang biru mukti design cotton, dyes I. 195.4 x w. 105.8 cm

Pekalongan Batik sarong featuring Little Red Riding Hood cotton, dyes 1.211 x w. 107 cm

Kain Panjang batik with ‘morning-evening’ layout (pagi-sore). c1930 I. 257 x w. 104.5 cm

A typical Pekalongan ‘pagi-sore’ batik cloth cotton, dyes


Oey Soe Tjoen (designer) Batik (tulis) with flowers and butterflies cotton, dyes I. 261 x w. 105.8 cm


Kain bidak cotton, dyes, sequins, gold metallic thread, silver metallic thread I. 208.5 x w. 108.7 cm


A paired set of songket cloths on yellow-gold backing cotton, dye, gold metallic thread, sequins, metal I. 219 xw. 177.3 cm I. 219.7 x w. 181 cm


Batik from the Raja of Seba cotton, dyes


Toraja tribe cloth (double sarita) of fourteen narrow panels. c19th-20th centuries cotton, vegetable dyes I. 290 x w. 122 cm

2 Ceremonial cloths (porisitutup and porilonjong). c1900-25 cotton, dyes I. 260 x w. 159 cm I. 485 x w. 165 cm

Loincloth (piusuki). c1910 cotton, dyes I. 517 x w. 51 cm

Banner (piu poang). c1800-99 cotton, dyes I. 430 x w. 161 cm

Ceremonial cloth (sekomandi). c1900-1950 cotton, dyes I. 261 x w. 152 cm

Shaman’s magic cloth (roto) with plangi and tritik. c1800-99 cotton, dyes I. 40.7 x w. 61 cm

Ceremonial loincloth (piusuki) with supplementary weft. c1920 cotton, dyes I. 589 x w. 38 cm

Headcloth (mbesah, tali tau batu). c1900 cotton, dyes I. 232 x w. 28 cm

Magic cloth skirt (mawa or ma'a) cotton, dye I. 47.2 x w. 57.2 cm


4 Ceremonial cloths (tampan) cotton, dyes I. 75 x w. 68.8 cm I. 65 x w. 62.2 cm I. 69 x w. 67.4 cm I. 93.5 x w. 81 cm

Jambi batik from Rembang cotton, dyes

Bengkuhulu Slendang cotton, silk, dyes, gold metallic thread, silver metallic thread I. 220.1 x w. 38 cm

Kroe Ceremonial cloths (tampan). c19th-20th centuries cotton, vegetable dyes

I. 67 x w. 63 cm I. 73 x w. 73 cm I. 70.2 x w. 65 cm

Lampong 2 Ceremonial sarongs (tapis), c 1800-99 cotton, silk, dyes I. 143 x w. 136 cm I. 128 x w. 118.7 cm

Tubular wrap (tapis cucuanda) with animal motif cotton, dyes, gold metallic thread, silver metallic thread, mica, sequins, silk I. 106 x w. 66.7 cm

Tubular wrap (tapis cucuanda) with bird motif cotton, silk, dyes, gold metallic thread, silver metallic thread, mica I. 101 x w. 62 cm

Kauer jacket cotton, cowrie shells, gold metallic thread, mica centre front 23.5 cm

Kalianda tubular wrap cotton, dyes, mica I. 106 x w. 67 cm


Palembang Scarf (slendang), ikat with gold brocading silk, cotton, gold metallic thread, dyes I, 228 x w. 85.5 cm

3 Batik cloths cotton, dyes I. 218.5 x w. 89 cm I. 196 x w. 88.2 cm

I. 239.5 x w. 104.5 cm

Large scarf (Kain Limar Palembang slendang) silk, cotton, gold metallic thread, dyes I. 300 x w. 66 cm


A pair of pre-war Raja cloths, batik cotton, dyes I. 103 x w. 103 cm I. 105.5 x w. 101 cm


Batik, Japanese influence cotton, dyes I. 150 x w. 105 cm



I ban tribe 5 Blankets (pua). c19th-20th centuries cotton, vegetable dyes I. 203 x w. 136.8 cm I. 280 x w. 163 cm

I. 251 x w. 120.1 cm I. 230.5 x w, 111 cm I. 182 x 103 cm

3 Blankets (pua kumbo) cotton, vegetable dyes I. 242 x w. 156.5 cm I. 238.5 x w. 117.3 cm

I. 234 x w. 124.2 cm

3 Ritual banners (tambai gawai) cotton, vegetable dyes I. 122,4 x w. 253 cm I. 119.2 x w. 26.7 cm

Ritual banner (tambai gawai) cotton, natural dyes I. 104.2 x w. 45.5 cm

Weaving (pua, Julok) cotton, vegetable dyes I. 225.5 x w. 61.7 cm

Blanket (pua kumbo, Ambun Belaboh) in two pieces cotton, vegetable dyes Section A I. 251 x w. 60.4 cm Section B I. 253.2 x w. 60.2 cm

A pair of ceremonial loincloth panels (sirat sungkit) cotton, dyes, bells, beads I. 39.1 x w. 28.5 cm I. 43 x w. 28.5 cm

Ikat ceremonial skirt (bidang). c1910 cotton, dyes I. 116 x w. 45.4 cm

Jacket (kabat) with supplementary weft (pilih) cotton, dyes I. 114 x w. 46 cm


Painted textile (for Siamese market). c1700-99 cotton, paint I. 289 x w. 91.7 cm

Large painted cloth with gold leaf design tracing (prada) cotton, paint, gold leaf I. 263 x w. 112.3 cm

East Bengal Shawl silk, gold metallic thread I. 244 x w. 59 cm

Gujerat Ceremonial tribute trade cloth (patola) silk, dyes I. 462 x w. 104 cm

Small ceremonial shawl (cinde-patola) silk, dyes I. 194 x w. 75 cm


Uzbek people Ceremonial tent hanging, ikat. C1875-99 silk, dyes, cotton I. 218.5 x w. 147.5 cm


Woman’s cloak (Ferangi), ikat. c1875-99 silk, dyes, cotton centre front 151 cm Bochara, Uzbek people Coat, ikat, c1825-75

silk, velvet, dyes, cotton centre back 107 cm

Arts of Asia and Southeast Asia

India, Gupta period A panel showing a head and bust of an apsara AD320-600 terracotta 21.5x21.9x11.5 cm

Japan, Kaikei (attributed to) Standing Amitabha (Amida) Buddha. AD1185- 1220 wood, lacquer, gold leaf 91.5 h cm base 39.5 cm dia.

Thailand, Lan Na period Buddha asking the earth to witness his overcoming the forces of evil. 15th century AD bronze 67 x 52 x 24 cm

Thailand, Mon period Head from an image of the Buddha. AD900 stucco 14.5 x 10.9 x 10 cm

Borneo Monkey Man bronze 22.9 x 7.6 x 3.8 cm Gift of Lance and Roberta Entwistle


Financial Report

Auditor-General’s Office Canberra City, A.C.T. 2601

13 January 1982

The Honourable the Minister for Home Affairs and Environment Parliament House Canberra, A.C.T. 2600

Dear Minister,

Australian National Gallery

In accordance with section 42(2) of the National Gallery Act 1975, the Council of the Gallery has submitted for my report financial statements comprising: • Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 30 June 1981; • Income and Expenditure Statement for the year ended 30 June 1981;


• Statement of Capital Accumulation as at 30 June 1981. The statements, which are accompanied by “Notes to and forming part of the Accounts”, have been prepared having regard to the policies outlined in Notes 1 and 5 to the Accounts. The statements were submitted in final form for audit on 9 December 1981.

Copies of the statements, which are in the form approved by the Minister for Finance pursuant to section 42(1) of the Act, and of the accompanying Notes, are attached for your information. I now report in terms of section 42(2) of the Act that the statements are in agreement with the accounts and records and in my opinion: (a) the statements are based on proper accounts and records except

that the accounts and records relating to art acquisitions prior to 1 July 1980 and library acquisitions are in a form that makes it impracticable to reconcile those records with the respective bal­ ances shown in the Statement of Assets and Liabilities; conse­ quently I am unable to verify the existence of assets the value of which exceeds $15 million. (b) the receipt and expenditure of moneys, and the acquisition and

disposal of assets, by the Gallery during the year, have been in accordance with the Act except that moneys expended on salaries and payments in the nature of salary exceeded by $101,216 the estimates of expenditure approved by the Minister pursuant to

section 35(2) of the Act. The Gallery did not invest moneys during the year. Note 7 to the statements indicates that in 1980-81 the Gallery for the first time has provided for depreciation of its fixed assets. However,

contrary to generally accepted accounting principles it has not provided for depreciation of library acquisitions.

Yours faithfully, B. R. BEASLEY For and on behalf of the Auditor-General

Australian National Gallery Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 30 June 1981


$ $ $ $ $

CAPITAL ACCUMULATION (See Statement of Capital Accumulation) 22,395,189 15,129,153

This is represented by:

CURRENT ASSETS Cash at bank and on hand (See Note 3) 40,235 225,407

Debtors (See Note 4) 10,865 7.884

Prepayments 8,512 7,289

Bookshop Stock (See Note 2) 35,530 95,142 — 240.580

FIXED ASSETS Art Acquisitions (See Note 5) 23,863,099 15,080,323

Library Acquisitions 544,392 327,234

Leasehold Improvements (See Note 6) 49,099 65,094

Display Equipment 387,477

Less Accumulated Depreciation (See Note 7) 39,567 347,910 250,644

Loose Furniture 556,434

Less Accumulated Depreciation (See Note 7) 48,307 508,127 183,802

Office Furniture and Equipment 163,763 Less Accumulated Depreciation (See Note 7) 32,740 131,023 87,896

Film 2,050

Less Accumulated Depreciation (See Note 7) 85 1,965 —

General and Technical Equipment 213,948

Less Accumulated Depreciation (See Note 7) 46,569 167,379 189,618

25,612,994 16,184,611

TOTAL ASSETS 25,708,136 16,425,191

LESS CURRENT LIABILITIES Creditors 155,382 24,629

Creditors for Art Acquisitions 2,715,935 937,266

Accruals 81,244 50,246

Provision for Long Service Leave (See Note 8) — 8,777

Provision for Recreation Leave and Bonus (See Note 1) 157,047 3,109,608 — 1,020,918

LONG TERM LIABILITIES Instalments on major Art Acquisitions 116,670 212,630

Provision for Long Service Leave (See Note 8) 86,669 203,339 62,490 275,120

TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,312,947 1,296,038

NET ASSETS 22,395,189 15,129,153

The accompanying notes form an integral part of these statements.

R. C. Crebbin G. C. Andrews

Chairman for Secretary and Manager

8 December 1981 8 December 1981


Australian National Gallery Income and Expenditure Statement for the year ended 30 June 1981 THIS PERIOD LAST PERIOD $ $ $ $

INCOME Parliamentary Appropriation 11,065,000 7,500,000

Donations 20,554 —

Miscellaneous Income 39,116 11,124,670 9,284 7,509,284

Less transfer to Capital Accumulation (See Statement of Capital Accumulation) 7,935,725 5,184,981

OPERATING INCOME 3,188,945 2,324,303

LESS EXPENDITURE Salaries 1,753,457 1,067,061

Employer's Superannuation Contribution (See Note 9) 198,218 124,584

Council Sitting Fees 22,739 5,889

Advertising and Publicity 72,275 6,357

Travel and Subsistence 232,822 188,633

Office Services and Utilities (See Note 10) 276,539 222,376

Freight and Storage 262,351 192,046

Office and Gallery Requisites 361,927 197,911

Postage and Telephones 107,178 32,946

Printing 36,223 80,010

Professional Fees 126,326 74,832

Incidentals 39,212 40,278

Long Service Leave (See Note 8) 16,137 10,764

Amortization of Leasehold Improvements (See Note 6) 22,784 26,402

Depreciation of Fixed Assets (See Note 7) 96,964 —

Recreation Leave and Bonus (See Note 1) 157,047 —

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 3,782,199 2,270,089


Less Abnormal Item: Depreciation for previous years (See Note 7) (76,435)

SURPLUS/DEFICIT TRANSFERRED TO CAPITAL ACCUMULATION (See Statement of Capital Accumulation) (669,689) The accompanying notes form an integral part of these statements.

R. C. Crebbin Chairman

8 December 1981

G. C. Andrews

for Secretary and Manager

8 December 1981


Australian National Gallery Statement of Capital Accumulation as at 30 June 1981


Balance at beginning of period Transfer from Income and Expenditure

15,129,153 9,889,958

Statement — Funds applied to purchase of assets: Art Acquisitions 7,100,067 4,585,429

Library Acquisitions 217,157 167,903

Leasehold Improvements 6,788 22,906

Display Equipment 136,834 188,749

Loose Furniture 372,632 83,802

Office Furniture and Equipment 75,867 28,331

Film 2,050 —

General and Technical Equipment 24,330 7,935,725 107,861 5,184,981

23,064,878 15,074,939

Add/Deduct Surplus/Deficit transferred from Income and Expenditure (669,689) 54,214

Balance at end of period 22,395,189 15,129,153

The accompanying notes form an integral part of these statements.

R. C. Crebbin , G. C. Andrews

Chairman for Secretary and Manager

8 December 1981 8 December 1981


Australian National Gallery Notes to and forming part of the Accounts


The accounts and records are prepared on the historical cost basis and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Recreation leave and the related leave loading bonus have been provided for.

NOTE 2 REVISED FORMAT OF STATEMENTS These statements reflect changes which have occurred in the chart of accounts following rationalization and differentiation between expense accounts and cost centres. Departmen­ tal expenses shown in 1979-80, such as conservation, exhibitions and photographic

services, are now grouped into functional classifications such as travel, freight and Office and Gallery Requisites’ which comprises 'Stores’, including chemicals, minor equipment and film, and 'Services’, including processing of film and cataloguing. A new item under Current Assets is Bookshop Stock.

NOTE 3 SPECIAL ACCOUNT Special account moneys are included in the figure for cash at bank and on hand. Below is the detailed account.

Balance at 1 July 1980


1,000.00 Acquisition of art works $ 2,583.12

Special Account Moneys transferred from General Account 2,562.50 Bank Charges 1.00

Donations 20,500.00 Balance at 30 June 1981 21,532.08

Interest 53.70

24,116.20 24,116.20

NOTE 4 DEBTORS No provision has been made for doubtful debts.

NOTE 5 ART ACQUISITIONS The figure shown relates only to purchases and works commissioned by the Gallery from 1976 to 1981 and includes $116,670 due in future years. Other acquisitions (e.g. by gift) since 1 July 1976 are not reflected in the value shown for art acquisitions. As mentioned in

the 1977/78 report, items to be transferred from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet have not been valued as Council considered it was not practicable, would be expensive and would yield no meaningful result.



Total expenditure on leasehold improvements since 1 July 1976 143,818 137,029

Less amortization 94,719 71,935

Written down value of leasehold 49,099 65,094

The increased rate of amortization of leasehold improvements reflects revised estimates of the period for which the Gallery’s leases will be held.

NOTE 7 DEPRECIATION Depreciation calculated on the estimated life of assets on a straight-line basis has been shown for the first time this year. All assets purchased in previous years have been brought to account. Previous years’ depreciation of $70,304 and an adjustment of $6,131 for items which have been more appropriately coded to Office and Gallery Requisites have been

brought to account as an Abnormal Item in the Income and Expenditure Statement.


NOTE 8 LONG SERVICE LEAVE PROVISION The provision is based on the liability for employees with service over ten years. One withdrawal from the provision was made during 1980/81.

NOTE 9 SUPERANNUATION As mentioned in the 1978/79 report, Employer’s Contribution to Superannuation is 15% from 1978/79 for all present and future employees. The Gallery will be liable for post retirement pension increases.

NOTE 10 OFFICE SERVICES AND UTILITIES This item comprises: Rent — $89,162, Repairs and Maintenance — $11,282 Security — $148,062, and Others — $28,033.