121 Manipuri Dancer,
Colour process lithograph, 102 x 63.4cm. Repaired missing portions
upper right, creases, minor tears. Linen-backed.
continues "Published by and for the Govt. of India. Printed
in India (not to be sold). Produced by the Directorate of Advertising
and Visual Publicity. Ministry of I. & B., for the Deptt.
[sic] of Tourism, Government of India, New Delhi. Printed by
M/s. Glasgow Printing Co. Private Ltd., Howrah. English 40,000.
122 Eileen Mayo Brit./Aust./NZ 1906-1994
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia, c1959. Colour process lithograph,
signed in image lower left, 93.2 x 64cm. Repaired pinholes and
missing portions to margins. Laid down on acid-free paper.
continues "Longspined Butterfly-fish and Heron Island Volute."
Held in NGA.
123 Harry Rogers Australian 1929-2012
Australia, Qantas [Koalas], c1960s. Colour lithograph, 99.3 x
74.5cm. Repaired tears and minor missing portions to edges. Linen-backed.
continues "Australia's overseas airline, in association
with Air-India, BOAC, SAA and TEAL. Poster Pty Ltd., Litho in
Australia." Held in Powerhouse Museum. Harry Rogers illustrated
a great number of posters for Qantas between the 1950s and 1970s,
and designed the Qantas logo font in the 1960s. Ref: Powerhouse
124 Ca C'est Paris
- This Is Paree c1960s
Colour process lithograph, 58.4 x 39.8cm. Repaired old folds,
minor crinkles. Linen-backed.
includes "Bagatelle, Lido, Moulin Rouge, l'Olympia Music
Hall, Crazy Horse, Carousel, Les Naturistes. Litho by Leader
Press Ltd, Auck." Unusual poster produced in New Zealand,
possibly for a tour.
125 Enjoy A Winter
...In The Warmth And Colour Of Central Australia, c1960s. Colour
process lithograph, 90.8 x 61.1cm. Pinholes, repaired portion
upper left. Linen-backed.
continues "Ansett Central Australian holidays with the combined
services of Ansett-ANA, Pioneer tours, Ansett hotels. P.C. Grosser.
126 Fly Commuter
Colour process lithograph, 77.3 x 49.7cm. Minor soiling, repaired
continues "Melbourne, Sale, Bairnsdale, Mallacoota, Albury,
Merimbula, Shepparton, Horsham, Warracknabeal, Swan Hill [Victoria]."
127 Go To Melbourne's
Royal Show By Train c1960s
Screenprint with process lithograph, 101 x 63.3cm. Repaired tears
and creases. Linen-backed.
continues "Sept. 19-28. Right to the grounds. No parking
problems. Combined rail-admission tickets. Weekly or nine day
rail tickets. See the railways exhibit. Membership tickets at
Victorian Govt Tourist Bureau."
128 India For Big
Game. Air-India For Service
Colour lithograph, 100 x 63.7cm. Repaired minor creases. Linen-backed.
continues "Design: Air India Art Studio. Printed by: Bombay
Fine Art Offset & Litho Works, Bombay-27."
129 Riding A Catamaran,
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Colour process lithograph, 98.5 x 64cm. Minor foxing. Linen-backed.
continues "Australian National Travel Association. San Francisco;
New York; London; Wellington, NZ. Printed in Australia by McLarens,
Melbourne." Held in NLA.
130 South Western
Victoria By Train c1960s
Colour lithograph, signed "[Clive] Trewin" in image
lower right, 101.2 x 63.8cm. Repaired slight tears and old folds.
continues "To Geelong, Warrnambool, Port Fairy, Portland.
W.M. Houston, Government Printer, Melbourne."
131 Le Maitre Du
Monde, Jules Verne...
...[Master Of The World], c1961. Colour lithograph in two sheets,
160.2 x 120.2cm. Old folds, repaired slight tears. Linen-backed.
in French continues "Les films Bendayan presentment
International. Dans la tradition de 20,000 lieues sous les mers
et le tour du monde en 80 jours, voicile fantastique et fabuleux
conte. Master of the World. Rodur le conquerant. En Magna Color
avec Vincent Price, Charles Bronson, Henry Hull, Mary Webster.
Produced by James H. Nicholson. Screenplay by Richard Matheson.
Music by Les Baxter. La lithotyp. Roquevaire (BduR) 5065."
132 London. Air-India 1962
Colour process lithograph, 99.4 x 63.4cm. Repaired tears and
minor creases. Linen-backed.
continues "62-2. Printed in India by Prasad Process Private
133 Australian Speedboat
Group of four posters, consisting of two colour screenprints,
one letterpress with ink, and one process screen with letterpress,
sizes range from 20.9 x 38.2cm to 51 x 35.5cm. Most with repaired
tears, some with old folds, minor foxing. All Linen-backed.
text include: (1) Australian Speedboat Championships. Lake Glenmaggie,
Jan. 24th & 25th, 1970; (2) St George Motor Boat Club Presents
its 1969 Speedboat Spectacular and E.C. Griffith Cup. Saturday,
April 5th; Monday, April 7th on St George Motor Boat Club Course,
Kogarah Bay. Hydroplanes, speedboats, cruisers. See Australia's
fastest boats in action. Prize money $2000 trophies; (3) Cook
Bicentenary Hydroplane Spectacular. April 26th. Prince Edward
Park, Cabarita [NSW]; and (4) The Combined Australian Inboard
Championship. Australia's fastest speedboats, Goolwa, South Australia.
Jan. 25th-27th. Amscol.
The group $1,650
134 Robert Indiana American b.1928
4 Americans In Paris [The Collections Of Gertrude Stein And Her
Family], 1970. Colour screenprint, artist's name and date in
image lower right, 116 x 58cm. Minor foxing. Framed.
continues "Gertrude Stein, Leo Stein, Michael Stein, Sarah
Stein. Museum of Modern Art, 19 Dec. 1970 to 1 March 1971. Sponsored
by Alcoa Foundation. American Poster Company. Printed in West
Germany by Edition Domberger KG." Held in de Young Museum,
SF. Four Americans in Paris was an exhibition of 225 paintings,
drawings, prints and sculptures acquired by writer Gertrude Stein
and her family in Paris, when they were early patrons of 20th
century art. Born Robert Clark in Indiana, the artist took his
native state's name after moving to New York in 1954. One of
the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana,
during an interview with the New York Times, said that his art
was inspired by commercial signs: "There are more signs
than trees in America. There are more signs than leaves. So I
think of myself as a painter of American landscape." Indiana
is most famous for his "Love" paintings and sculptures,
first produced in the 1960s. Ref: NY Times, Dec. 1, 2002; MoMA.
135 Bad Head. Get
It Dressed c1970s
Colour lithograph, 62.3 x 48.9cm. Minor creases. Linen-backed.
continues "National Safety Council of Australia. Acknowledgment
to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, London.
2087." Title also in Italian, Greek, Russian and Croatian.
Held in SLVIC;NLA.
136 India. Fly Qantas c1970s
Colour process lithograph, 100.3 x 64.2cm. Linen-backed.
continues "The Taj Mahal, India's poem in marble, Agar.
Fishing boats, Kerala State. Village women around communal well.
Some of India's hotels are literally palaces. Member of President's
Body Guard, Delhi. Australia's round-the-world airline."
137 Qantas. The
Australian Airline c1970s
Colour process lithograph, 99.8 x 65.2cm. Repaired minor tears.
138 Residents Not
Colour screenprint, 62 x 38cm. Linen-backed.
includes "Meanwhile on the outskirts of central city
It's a bird...a plane. No!It's a multi-million dollar high rise
Behold, the conspiracy!"
139 Rhodesia c1970s
Colour process lithograph, 99.5 x 64.8cm. Repaired minor tears
and creases. Linen-backed.
continues "Wankie National Park [Zimbabwe]. A lioness yawns,
elephant pad silently to water, antelope spring nervously across
a plain. Everyday sights in Rhodesia's many game reserves. Published
by Rhodesia National Tourist Board and printed by the Government
Printer, Salisbury. "
140 Taronga Zoo
Process lithograph, 68.5 x 86cm. Linen-backed.