NORMAN LINDSAY'S LIMITED EDITIONS


FACSIMILE ETCHINGS
One of Norman's superb talents includes his outstanding skill in etching. Combined with his extraordinary imagination and supreme technical skills, Norman's etchings have been regarded as some of the world's best. His incredible twenty-year partnershi with his wife and favourite model Rose, who is recognised as a master etching printmaker, ensured Norman Lindsay's etchings were unique and exceptional in the history of Australian art. Producing 200 published and a further 175 unpublished etchings, Norman Lindsay is considered a master in the field. His talent and interest in the art of etching is evident in The Craft of Etching, where Norman details the precision and delicacy with which he approaches etching his subjects. Lin Bloomfield of Odana/Bloomfield owns the copyright to all Norman Lindsay etchings and so Odana/Bloomfield has the exclusive rights to publish the Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etchings. We are proud to present an extensive array of Norman's most famous, loved and respected etchings.

All of the Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etchings are printed according to the highest quality and standard. Each Facsimile is now printed on 238gsm acid-free, archival quality Teton paper, with the colour chosen in order to be as close to the original colour by Rose. To ensure the limited edition status of the Facsimile Etchings, all original printing materials and plates used for the printed process have first been cancelled and then destroyed. The Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etchings are published in strinct accordance with copyright conditions. Authenticity is guaranteed by an embossed seal int he lower right hand corner of the image and all works are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. Each image is individually hand-numbered and once an edition has sold out, it is never again released. Each Norman Lindsay Facsimile etchings is in an edition of 550 and size is listed as image size only (vertical x horizontal). Prices are for works in very good condition and unframed unless noted otherwise.


LIMITED EDITION PAINTINGS
Some of Norman's most acclaimed pieces of work are his magnificent watercolour and oil paintings. Mastering various techniques and at times experimenting beyond tradition, his paintings reflect his artistic genius and his status as oine of Australia's greatest artists in history. Norman's favourite painting theme was of human figures, in particulr nudes. Countless of his most famous peices were realistic, yet mythical portrayals of women, men, gods, ancient heroes and creatures of his own imagination. Norman's unique mix of nudity, eroticism, fantasy and art, while contributing greatly to his success now, made him a controversial figure in the early half of the 1900s.

The Norman Limited Edition Paintings are published in strict accordance with copyright conditions. Authenticity is guaranteed by an embossed seal in the lower right hand corner of the image and all works are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity Each image is individually hand-numbered and once an edition has sold out, it is never again released. Rita of the Eighties, City of Joy, Languor and Court to Peacocks are reproduced in full colour on 300gsm Parilux whilst The Curtain and Where War Ends are reproduced in full colour on 250gsm Parilux. The archival quality Parilux paper used for the Limited Edition Paintings is totally acid, dioxin and chlorine free. All original printing materials used for the Limited Edition Paintings have been destroyed and the metal plates used in the printing process have first been cancelled and then destroyed.