Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1917.
Articles and images of interest include a short article with tipped plates on James Muir Auld; A. Radcliffe Brown on Norman Lindsay's watercolours (one page of text with two tipped plates), etchings of Victor Cobb; Julian Ashton on Blamire Young (two colour plates); John Shirlow reviews the marble sculptures of C. Web Gilbert; oil paintings by Max Meldrum; three page article on industrial art in Australia; book review including real tipped plates by Norman Lindsay from Leon Gellert's 'Songs of a Campaign' and another review of Hal Gye's illustrations for 'The Glugs of Gosh' by C.J. Denis. Advertisements include a photographic portrait of Arthur Streeton by May Moore and tipped plate in sepia by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite for Farmer's Barber Shop.Item #93
Small quarto, original printed wrappers wrapped over blank boards, tipped colour plates, full-page black & white images; the mildest of discolouration to wrappers, spine chipped with a 5cm separation at base, internally near fine.