81 Amie Kingston Australian 1908-1996
House Among Gums, 1960. Oil on board, signed lower left, signed,
titled and dated in pencil and ink on frame verso, 19.5 x 24.5cm.
82 Amie Kingston Australian 1908-1996
[Woman On Ship Deck], c1975. Oil on wood, 38.3 x 53.4cm. Distressed
paint surface. Framed.
Lewis Morley estate. A circa 1975 portrait of Amie Kingston by
Lewis Morley shows her with this painting in her studio. Ref:
83 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
Busy Bondi, 1985. Hand-coloured etching, editioned 52/90, titled,
signed and dated in pencil with artist's stamp in lower margin,
44.6 x 36.5cm. Framed.
84 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
Taronga Park, Sydney's Wonder Zoo, 1986. Hand-coloured etching,
annotated "A/P, VI/XIV", titled, signed and dated in
pencil with artist's stamp in lower margin, 44.5 x 36.5cm. Framed.
85 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
[Hong Kong Harbour], c1987. Etching, annotated "A/P"
and signed in pencil in lower margin, 60.3 x
a few proofs were printed; no edition was produced. Kingston
visited Hong Kong in 1973 and participated in a group exhibition
there in 1987. Ref: Wilson, Harbourlights: The art and times
of Peter Kingston, 2004, p57 and p170.
86 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
At Home, 1988. Hand-coloured etching, editioned 87/90, titled,
signed and dated with artist's stamp in lower margin, 44 x 36cm.
image depicts Kingston in the window, Wendy Whiteley and "two
chaps skinny-dipping", Martin Sharp's surviving "head"
[of Luna Park Pirate Pete] and one of "Brett's [Whiteley]
blue swallows taking flight." Kingston notes that "these
were the salad days at Lavender Bay." Ref: Wilson, Harbourlights:
The art and times of Peter Kingston, 2004, p100.
87 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
Sailor's Dream [Lavender Bay, NSW], 1988. Colour screenprint,
editioned 49/99, annotated "for Sam", titled, signed
and dated in pencil in lower margin, 54 x 54.4cm.
88 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
The Phantom Show, 1991. Hand-coloured screenprint, editioned
2/6, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 70.9 x 50.8cm.
reads "D.C. Art Gallery, 36 Jersey Road, Woollahrah [sic],
Feb. 1 to 22, 1991."
89 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
[Sydney Opera House Seen From The Harbour Bridge], 1993. Watercolour
with pencil and collage, artist's stamp with initials, dated
"March '73" in pencil lower right, 60.7 x 45.8cm. Minor
cockling overall. Framed.
two collaged slips read "See the Crown Jewels, and the Famous
White Cats" and "RTA Pylon Lookout & Exhibition."
90 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
Jan And Denton At Haefliger's Cottage, Hill End, 1995. Crayon,
captioned "Jan and Denton, Hill End", signed and dated
lower centre to right, titled and annotated in ink on frame verso,
56.5 x 76.3cm.
Minor cockling. Framed.
includes Kingston's address and "Hung in Dobell Prize, AGNSW
1996." Illustrated in Wilson, Harbourlights: The art
and times of Peter Kingston, 2004, p130.
91 Peter Kingston Australian b.1943
6 Ikons [Sic], 1998. Hand-coloured screenprint, editioned 39/199,
titled, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 63.5 x 49.7cm.
92 Eva Kubbos Lithuanian/Australian 1928
Flight Into Summer, 1962. Colour woodcut, signed, editioned 12/30,
dated, annotated "sequence no. 456" and titled in pencil
in lower margin, 37.9 x 51.3cm. Minor crinkles, old mount burn.
Eva Kubbos, whose work is influenced by Jackson Pollock and Mark
Rothko, moved to Australia in 1952, after studying art in Berlin.
She continued her studies in Melbourne and then moved to Sydney.
She has exhibited internationally and in Australia, and a number
of Australian institutions hold her work. Ref: Wiki.
93 George Lawrence Australian 1901-1981
Landscape, c1950. Monotype, signed in pencil below image, titled
and annotated in ink on original frame backing verso, 10.7 x
12.5cm. Minor foxing and old mount burn to margins.
reads "Monotype. George F. Lawrence, 41 Cliff Rd, Northwood.
94 Lionel Lindsay Australian 1874-1961
The Carpenter, 1914. Etching, signed in plate lower left, signed,
titled and annotated "19" in pencil in lower margin,
10.3 x 13.4cm. Slight cracking to platemark.
Mendelssohn #103. Held in NGV.
95 Lionel Lindsay Australian 1874-1961
Fruit Market, Queen Street, Melbourne, 1917. Etching, signed
in plate lower left, signed and annotated "no. 8" in
pencil in lower margin, 25.3 x 19.8cm. Minor paper remnants to
image upper right, slight stains to margins, old mount burn.
Mendelssohn #141. From Lindsay's rare series on Melbourne.
96 Lionel Lindsay Australian 1874-1961
Evening Camp, 1921. Aquatint, signed, titled and editioned 22/50
in pencil in lower margin, 11.6 x 25.9cm. Slight foxing to margins.
97 Lionel Lindsay Australian 1874-1961
Siesta, 1925. Wood engraving, signed in block lower left, signed,
titled and numbered "88" in pencil in lower margin,
14.4 x 10.5cm.
Mendelssohn #128. Held in AGNSW.
98 Lionel Lindsay Australian 1874-1961
Church Of St Ferreol, Marseilles, 1927. Drypoint, signed, captioned
"Marseilles" and dated in plate lower right, signed
and annotated "100" in pencil in lower margin, 21.3
x 29.8cm. Old mount burn.
99 Norman Lindsay Australian 1879-1969
The Temptation Of St Anthony, c1905. Lithograph with hand-colouring
and gouache corrections, signed in ink upper left, two remarques
below image, 33.2 x 45cm. Repaired tears, creases and old folds,
foxing and stains overall. Laid down on acid-free tissue.
is a rare, early proof in sanguine with remarques of a female's
face, and a skull in lower corners. A highly skilled etcher,
Lindsay occasionally experimented with other printing techniques,
producing only a very small number of lithographs around 1905
to 1910. Ref: Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum.
100 Norman Lindsay Australian 1879-1969
[Seated Nude], c1940s/1992. Bronze, "Paddington Art Gallery
Sculpture" medallion attached to rear of base, edition 14/20
and "sculpture workshop" incised inside rim of base,
27.9 x 14.5 x 14.3cm.
by John Gardner (Sculpture Workshop) at East Sydney Technical
College. Patina and finish by Meridian Sculpture Studios, Melbourne.
Only five bronzes were cast with the edition commencing at 10.