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Rose Lindsay
A Model Life
2001 - 1st Edition - Odana Editions
- ISBN 0 908154 45 3
Illustrated boards, sewn
AUD$50.00 +GST & Shipping

This volume combines the original texts of Ma and Pa and Model Wife. In Ma and Pa, Rose recalls her childhood growing up in Longueville, New South Wales, over a century ago.

Model Wife continues her story from earliest modelling days to her life with Norman Lindsay. She recounts numerous anecdotes about national and international figures which, apart from their historical interest, are perceptive insights into many well-known indentities.

Published here for the first time are Rose's own quirky pen and ink illustrations to Ma and Pa. Model Wife contains a rich collection of photographs, drawings and paintings, many in colour.

Rose Lindsay: A Model Life includes never before published material by Rose on Elioth Gruner, Percy Grainer, Miles Franklin and H.G. Wells. For the first time, Rose describes in her own words, the fire in America which destroyed so many of Norman Lindsay's fine works.

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The World of
Norman Lindsay

1995 - 3rd Edition
- ISBN 0 908154 40 2
158 pages, art paper covers (softcover), sewn, colour and B&W
AUD$35.00 +GST & Shipping

The World of Norman Lindsay was specially commissioned to commemorate Norman lindsay's centenary in 1979. It is the only book in the lindsay literature to cover every aspect of the artist's work, with chapters on his etchings, pen drawings, oils, watercolours, woodcuts, bookplates, Bulletin cartoons, lithographs, novels, book illustrations, carvings, sculpture and ship models.

Additional chapters discuss the Fanfrolic Press, the National Trust Norman Lindsay Gallery Museum, the fire in America and Lindsayana.

The well-known contributors are experts in their chosen field and personal glimpses of the artist are provided by family members, models and friends. Excerpts from one of Norman's unpublished manuscripts, an essay 'Norman' by his son Jack Lindsay and a number of Norman's letters to his daughter Jane are included.

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