b'134894 900COUNIHAN, NOEL, & LINDSAY, JACK. NEVILLE, HENRY (16201694)War or Peace. Twelve linocuts by Noel Counihan. Poems byThe Isle of PinesJack Lindsay. [Melbourne; Gryphon Books] 1978, quarter[The Wayzgoose Press, Katoomba, 1991]maroon morocco with gilt-lettered boards in matchingIllustrated in colour and black & white by Mike Hudson. slipcase. L/E No. 176 of 250, signed by Counihan & Lindsay.Introduction by James Rigney.Also, Masterpieces of the National Gallery of Victoria (1949)With red and black papered slipcase. Edition limited to 55 with d/j. (2 vols.) numbered copies handset by Jadwiga Jarvis and designed and $100200bound by Mike Hudson; signed by the publishers; this being No.4 of 45 thus bound.895 Originally published in pamphlet form in 1688, The Isle of ART & ARTISTS: A small group including MendelssohnsPines is the earliest work of fiction to use Terra Australis Sydney Long [1979], Boddingtons Drysdale PhotographerIncognita as its setting. It has been cited as the first [1987, signed], Strutts Victoria the Golden [1980],robinsonade before Defoes work. It is also one of the early plus 2 others. (5 items). Utopian narratives, along with Thomas Mores Utopia and $200250Francis Bacons New Atlantis. An example of arcadian fiction, the book presents its story through an Epistolary frame: a Letter to a friend in London, declaring the truth of his Voyage 896 to the East Indies written by a fictional Dutchman Henry AUSTRALIAN INTEREST: Cornelius Van Sloetten, concerning the discovery of an island Ludwig Becker : Artist & Naturalist with the Burke & Willsin the southern hemisphere, populated by the descendants of Expedition edited & signed by Marjorie Tipping (1979);a small group of castaways.Dreamings : The Art of Aboriginal Australia ed. Peter SuttonThe book explores the story of these castawaysthe British (1989); Children of the Dreamtime by Baldwin & MurrayGeorge Pine, and four female survivors, who are shipwrecked (1989) and a 1980 travelling Aboriginal art exhibition catalogue.on an idyllic island. Pine finds that the island produces food (4 items). abundantly with little or no effort, and he soon enjoys a $100200leisurely existence, engaging in open sexual activity with the four women. Each of the women gives birth to children, who 897 in turn multiply to produce distinct tribes, by which Pine is Three reference books and a Sydney travel guide, seen as the patriarch.Early Colonial Furniture by Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy and$400600 E. Graeme Robertson, The Trees Of New South Wales by R. H. Anderson, Australian Rain Forest Trees by Frances,901This Week In Sydney travel guide number 281 (4) MADONNA: Sex first edition, published by Martin Secker $100150& Warburg (1992), hardbound in metal (some indentations), with original protective wrapper and includes the Special cd 898 (unopened).SCHODDE, RICHARD & MASON, IAN $120160 Nocturnal Birds of Australia illustrated by Jeremy Boot [Lansdowne, Melbourne, 1980] 902No 528 of a Limited Edition of 750. HOPKIRK, Frannie, A portrait of Brett Whiteley by his sister, Signed by authors and artist. Elephant Folio. [Sydney, Alfred A. Knopf, 1966], octavo, hardcover with Full leather with gilt titling to spine. original dust jacket; 453pp, illustrated. Signed by the author on $200250the title page.$100150 899FREE, RENEE & REES, LLOYD 903Lloyd Rees: The Later Works, KEVIN FAHY & ANDREW SIMPSON, Australian Furniture [The Craftsmans Press: 1983], Oblong 4to. Orig. cloth in orig.Pictorial History And Dictionary, 1788-1938, [Syd. 1998] cloth slip case. 168pp. With photographic depiction of thelimited edition 1929/2000 copies signed by the authors, with artist in his studio by Max Dupain. Deluxe edition, No.14 ofd/j and slip case, near mint condition in original shipping carton250 numbered copies fully signed by Rees and Free. $150250 $100150 904BALANCE OF A BOOK CONSIGNMENT: with Wildfowl & Waders by Pollard (1928) with illustrations by Frank Southgate R.B.A., limited edition numbered two of 950 published; also Dog Days by K.F. Barker (1938), Dali: Diners de Cafe edited by Draeger (1973), The Lost Diggers by Ross Coulthart (2012), plus The Works of John Bunyan published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co (c.1892), the front cover detached; condition variable. (5)$120160 '