b'127778HERBERT MOORE(ACTIVE 1920s30s)Mariner St. Williamstown 10.231923, sepia etchingtitled and signed in pencil to lower margin,14 x 9cm.$100150 779LANCE W. DRIFFIELD (1943)also known as DriffA society lady in wide-brimmed hat,extravagant fur coat, a walking cane in one hand, a small dog in the other,pen and ink and white highlights on boardsigned DRIFF 23 at centre right,27 x 21cm.Driffield was active in the 1920s and 30s as a newspaper and magazine cartoonist775and illustrator. He was a staff artist on Smiths Weekly and a prolific contributor to the Bulletin. He was one of the 25 foundation members of the Society of Australian Black and White Artists in 1924, all of whom contributed to the Societys first publication commemorating the visit of the US Fleet in 1925. According to Vane Lindesay (1994), Driff became known throughout Australia in the early 1930s on the strength of one drawing, an advertising poster showing a fuming, bewhiskered cow-cocky carrying a double-barrelled shotgun and shouting, Hey, who pinched my Smiths Weekly ? As a colour poster, this went up on almost every railway station in the Commonwealth.$100200 780LIONEL ARTHUR LINDSAY(18741961)The Droveretching and drypoint point on Japanese780vellum,signed, titled and annotated in pencil in lower margin.18 x 22cm.$300500781LIONEL ARTHUR LINDSAY(18741961)Bacchanalwoodcutsigned, titled and annotated a/proof on Chinese paper in pencil in lower margin.15 x 15.5cm.$300500781'