The Fiftieth Anniversary Edition of Ian Fairweather's remarkable translation of "The Drunken Buddha" is now available for $40.
Hard cloth cover, 180 pages.
Rick Amor by Gavin Fry
Fry follows the evolution of Amor's oeuvre with a detailed focus on key works, along with a comprehensive biography. Features 160 colour plates.
Available now. Hardcover. ISBN 9780947349523.
DVDs for sale
Philip Bacon Galleries now stocks a number of DVD documentaries on our artists, including:
Margaret Olley: A Life In Paint
Jeffrey Smart: Master Of Stillness
Wendy Sharpe: The Imagined Life
William Robinson: A Painter's Journey
Stocks are limited so please call 07 3358 3555 to secure a copy.
Fred Williams by Patrick McCaughey
The new print of Patrick McCaughey's 'Fred Williams' hardcover publication is now available at Philip Bacon Galleries, with copies priced at $125.
This 338 page hardcover book features dozens of full colour illustrations and comprehensive essays detailing the artist's life, travels, and influences.
Robert Brownhall: Australian Stories
"Robert Brownhall: Australian Stories" is the first major publication of Brownhall's work, spanning twenty years of the artist's career. With full colour illustrations and essays from writer Louise Martin-Chew and curator Victoria Rigney.
Hardcover, 196 pages.
Margaret Olley by Barry Pearce
The 2012 monograph on Australia's best loved artist, Margaret Olley, is now available for sale at the gallery. Featuring full colour illustrations from works throughout her career, this celebration of Margaret Olley's life traces her incredible artistic career and her outstanding contribution to the Australian arts.
Hardcover, 264 pages. The Beagle Press.
William Robinson - The Transfigured Landscape
Published to celebrate the artist's 75th birthday exhibition across the QUT Art Museum and William Robinson Gallery in Brisbane, The Transfigured Landscape covers more than forty years of William Robinson's oeuvre and includes beautiful fold-out reproductions of his iconic landscapes.
Fairweather is an entirely new study on this acclaimed artist. Murray Bail has unearthed newly discovered writings and letters, paintings and rare photographs, and has expanded and revised his views on the artist. With 233 reproductions, most in colour, many of paintings and drawings never seen in public, Fairweather is the definitive account of the life and art of this great painter.
Published March 2009 280 pages, hardcover with jacket 317 x 248 mm 233 photographs ISBN 9781741963564