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The Complete Etchings
of Norman Lindsay
(Standard Ed.)
1998 - Edition of 2,000 - ISBN 0 908154 43 7
480 pages, cloth bound, foil blocked, sewn, dustwrapper
AUD$700.00 +GST & Shipping

The Complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay combines a uniquely informative text with a catalogue raisonne of his 200 published and 175 unpublished etchings, etched bookplates and etchings used in fine press books, many of which are recorded here for the first time. It contains over 540 photographs and is printed in large quarto size (30.0 x 24.3cm)

Lin Bloomfield, recognised expert on the work of Norman Lindsay, began her research in 1992 at the Mitchell Library in Sydney. Her research extended to numerous public libraries, galleries and private collections, resulting in the most thorough study of Lindsay's original etchings ever undertaken.

This book is essential to the collecting and understanding of his work.

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The Complete Etchings
of Norman Lindsay
(Deluxe Ed.)
1998 - Edition of 550 (500 for sale)
- ISBN 0 908154 41 0
480 pages, cloth bound, foil blocked, sewn, dustwrapper
AUD$2,000.00 +GST & Shipping

The DeLuxe Limited Edition of The Complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay is limited to 550 numbered copies each signed by Lin Bloomfield and Helen Glad and each containing a facsimile etching, The Artist, issued specifically for the DeLuxe Limited Edition and not sold separately.

The Complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay was the winner of the Australian Sixteenth National Print Gold Award for two and three colour printing, judged to be 'consistent in colour, register and imposition'. A worthy winner in a high standard category.

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Norman Lindsay
Impulse to Draw
1996 - 2nd Edition reprinted - Odana Editions - ISBN 0 908154 01 1
223 pages, art paper covers (softcover), sewn, black & white
AUD$35.00 +GST & Shipping

Norman Lindsay produced works in many media, but pencil was the only one he used continuously from childhood to old age. If, as is often said, it is drawing which best demonstrates the strength of any artist, then the collection of 280 pencil drawings in this book provides a unique opportunity to assess the man and his methods.

The earliest drawing in Norman Lindsay: Impulse to Draw was done in 1889 when he was ten years old; the latest, in 1968, the year before he died at the age of ninety. Thus these drawings, spannng nearly eighty years of creative development enable the reader to trace the evolution of Lindsay's style throughout his life.

The drawings have been carefully selected to demonstate both Lindsay's draughtmanship and the range of his subject matter. The comprehensive text complements the drawings.

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