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Featured Acquisitions | Children’s Books | Douglas Stewart Fine Books

Featured Acquisitions | Children’s Books

We present a selection of recently acquired children’s books (mainly Australian, but with a smattering of American and English titles), including Ida Rentoul Outhwaite’s Fairyland (1926) and Ethel Jackson Morris’ The White Butterfly (1921), both with the publisher’s prospectus.

Happy browsing!

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Autumn Exhibition and Sale | Christopher Day Gallery

Autumn exhibition and sale – all offers considered ends Saturday  19th may 2018Your opportunity to buy a superb oil painting or watercolour at a very good price finishes on Saturday 19th may 2018.

Your opportunity to buy a superb oil painting or watercolour at a very good price finishes on Saturday 19th may 2018. Some wonderful works still available.

Our problem is your opportunity!  We are determined to find good homes for many of the superb oilpaintings and watercolours.

VIEW ENTIRE STOCK ON www.cdaygallery.com.au

Hours  Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm or…

New Acquisitions May 2018 | Douglas Stewart Fine Books

Welcome to our list of New Acquisitions for May 2018.

Highlights include a presentation copy of the Ethel Spowers-illustrated Arrows of Longing (1921); a unique copy of Kenneth Patchen’s Poemscapes, with handpainted covers by the poet; a rare French cased atlas with 8 folding world maps (1827); a fine set of Broinowski’s Birds of Australia (1890-91); a beautiful edition of Hasegawa’s Japanese Fairy Tales, with wood block illustrations (c.1922); a wide variety of printed ephemera and early photography, books on art and travel … and much more!

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Petrina Hicks – Still Life Studio | Michael Reid

Petrina Hicks – Still Life Studio
9th – 29th May

In Still Life Studio, Petrina Hicks synthesises many of the key elements from across her celebrated career. With an unparalleled sensitivity to the photographic handling of colour, texture and composition, this body of work presents one of Australia’s leading contemporary Artists at her refined and contemplative best.

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We are currently looking for an assistant manager to join the Kazari + Ziguzagu team in a part time capacity (4 days per week).

We are looking for someone with a sense of style, someone who loves the Kazari aesthetic and will bring their passion for eclectic interiors to the team. The role incorporates sales and customer service, logistics, website management and stock control. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is a must, other IT skills encouraged.

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The Ken Done Gallery | Autumn Events

Orange trees, 2018, oil on board, 41 x 51 cm, $4,500

The temperature is finally dropping here in Sydney after our incredible record Summer, but we’re not slowing down –  we’ve got some exciting events and exhibitions taking place all over Australia …

Studio still life, 2010-2018, oil on panel, 76 x 101 cm

We are excited to announce Ken’s next solo exhibition on Sydney’s North Shore. “New Work and Paintings You Probably Haven’t Seen” at the Harvey Galleries in Mosman will feature brand…

Hordern House | May News

Detail from
Acknowledging its debt to the Baudin publication
AUD $22,000
May News
Whether in the highly stylized aesthetic of the Parisian art deco designer George Barbier, pioneering anthropologies in voyage accounts, in maps, portraits, games or tools for teaching the young, this month’s themed list explores costume in all its forms. Often images were so striking they re-occur in accounts decades – or centuries later. The spirit behind many of the works is very much…

MIXING OLD & NEW FOR CONTEMPORARY CHARM

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MIXING OLD & NEW FOR CONTEMPORARY CHARM

Furniture and Design Objects

No longer restricted to the homes of elderly relatives or stuffy hotels, antique furniture and art has been quietly making its way through many a home profiled on est. In fact you might not have even…

Fresh @ Moorabool….A Brand New Website!

Fresh @ Moorabool….

A Brand New Website.

We are pleased to introduce our refreshed moorabool.com.
It has been a long project to migrate 5,000 + items over to a new system, but was essential to keep our stock accessible online. While we thought it could take a few weeks, it took much longer….  but here we are, and the results are well worth the wait.
Thank-you for your patience!

We begin with a bumper ‘Fresh Stock’ offering, a sample shown below.

But the real treat today is our new website browsing experience.
We now have a logical menu populated…

Lauraine Diggins Fine Art | A Closer Look At…..ZHOU Xiaoping – the art of collaboration

ZHOU Xiaoping’s interest in Australian indigenous art and culture has been inspired by his journeys to remote communities and his friendships with Aboriginal people, leading to a unique cultural exchange, most clearly evident in the collaborative paintings Zhou has undertaken with significant indigenous artists.
The artworks included in the exhibition, created over a period of nearly 20 years, are a celebration of his experiences and his desire to share his understanding of indigenous culture through his own art.
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art invites you to take
 A Closer Look At…. 
the collaborative art of Zhou Xiaoping
please click here

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