On The Mines.

Text by Nadine Gordimer. Light toning to feps. Contents clean and tightly bound.

Price – $200.00 (ZAR-2200.00)

On the Road Again

Selection of photographs taken in America over a period of 30 years.

Price – $50 (ZAR-550)

One Small Seed.

Fourth issue. “Contents spirals around woman as creatives in celebration of Women’s Day in August across all genres and presents artists at various junctures of their artistic lives.”

Price – $7.00 (ZAR-90.00)

Original Albumen print of the Grand Hotel, Pretoria

One chip and one closed tear to the mount board. Two indentations to the image but the surface is undamaged. Photograph take c. 1895

Price – $68.00 (ZAR-750.00)

Original Albumen print of the Grand Hotel, Pretoria

One chip and one closed tear to the mount board. Two indentations to the image but the surface is undamaged. Photograph take c. 1895

Price – $68.00 (ZAR-750.00)

Paris et Environs

Large album of 26 albumen prints on card leaves with printed titles. Images of Paris and surrounds, circa 1880. Water damage to the back board effecting the last 3 photographs and the back board. Cloth lining is almost totally gone.

Price – $250.00 (ZAR-2800.00)

Paris et ses Environs

50 original albumen prints of Paris and surrounds. On thick card pages with printed titles. Occasional spotting but all images bright and clear. Gilt edges all round, in a handsome blue and red leather binding. Published c. 1890

Price – $450.00 (ZAR-5000.00)

Paul Klee – Pedagogical Sketchbook

“Pedagogical Sketchbook is the abstract of Paul Klee’s inductive vision. An intuitive art investigation of dynamic principles in visual arts. Klee takes his students on an ‘adventure in seeing’ and guiding them step-by-step through a challenging conceptual framework. Objects are rendered in a complex relation to physical and intellectual space concepts. It is an exercise in modern art thinking. The four main approaches in this slim volume are: Line and Structure; Dimension and Balance; Gravitational Curve and Kinetic and Chromatic Energy.” This volume formed a primer for his students at the Bauhaus.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-220.00)

Photograms of the year 1957

The Annual Review of the world&#8217s photographic art. 62nd edition


Price – $20 (ZAR-150)

Photograph Album – Cape Railways and other

24 albumen prints on card. Mostly showing railway stations and bridges around the Western Cape. Hex River Bridge, Kogman’s Kloof, Motague, Ashton, and others. All photos 24 x 18cm. Wear to the head and foot of the spine. Some cockling to the album boards. All photos c. 1890.

Price – $130.00 (ZAR-1500.00)

Photograph Album. London and Rome

27 full page albumin prints. 28.5 x 19.5cm each. Mostly late nineteenth century scenes of London and Rome.

Price – $35.00 (ZAR-400.00)

Photograph: Albumen Print. The Union Company’s Battery. c.1900

Photograph pasted to album card. Lower left corner of card chipped not affecting photograph. Title written on card at the bottom. Light creasing with a nick above the word ‘Battery’.

Price – $13.00 (ZAR-150.00)

Photograph. A Party of the Warwickshire Regiment.

Blind stamp of photographer R Ellis embossed on right hand corner. Chips to three of the four corners. View showing soldiers of the Warwickshire Regiment waiting for the enemy at the Binjemma Line, Malta.

Price – $17.00 (ZAR-200.00)

Photograph. “Bray’s Quarry – Sheba”.

Albumen print pasted on album card. Barberton, Eastern Transvaal c.1890. Miners at the famous Golden Quarry face, discovered by Edwin Bray, one morning in May 1885. This find, the Sheba Reef, as it was called, became the most famous gold mine in the world. “Not gold in rocks but rocks encased in gold”. It turned a gold frenzy into utter mania.

Price – $70.00 (ZAR-800.00)

Photograph. Barberton. c1890

An early view of Barberton showing the market square and surrounds. Some light oxidation and fading to the image.

Price – $52.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Photograph. British sentry on look-out at unidentified fort during the Anglo Boer War

Albumen print. Minimal loss to top left corner. Greater loss to bottom left corner.

Price – $17.00 (ZAR-200.00)

Photograph. Early image of Pretoria by Barnett. c.1900

Albumen print pasted to Album card. Photographer’s name and title etched into plate.

Price – $32.00 (ZAR-400.00)

Photographer of the World – The Biography of Herbert Ponting

An account of his life and work. Ponting became the official photographer of Scott’s second expedition to the South Pole. With 77 black and white photographs taken on his travels. Slight wear to covers. Clean sound copy.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Photographic Scenery of South Africa

55 pages of text + 50 leaves of stiff card with 100 laid down collotype photographs, pictorial title page with portrait of Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere (who was the patron of the publication) laid down in centre, original full pictorial green leather with embossed gilt pictorial decoration. Gilt design repeated in blind on the back. Crack to the top front edge of the spine and some light general edge wear. Tissue guards to each page. First two collotypes are faded. Some spotting and foxing to a few others.
Alexander visited South Africa early in 1880 to collect the photographs for this album. He advertised the book in the Cape Argus of 20th April 1880 stating, ‘The Photographs will all be from First-class artists, and no portion of the Western and Eastern Provinces of the Cape Colony, Natal, Diamond Fields, worthy of a place in the book will be unrepresented. There is Scenery both of Woodland and Rock in South Africa vying in beauty and grandeur with that of any portion of the known world, but the chief part of which has as yet never been subjects for the artists, and it is therefore little known… S. ALEXANDER has been fortunate in securing the Patronage of His Excellency SIR HENRY BARTLE EDWARD FRERE, to whom the work will be dedicated, by his Excellency’s express permission. PRICE; – 5 GUINEAS TO SUBSCRIBERS’. There are fine views of all the major S.A. cities and towns and of Mozambique. Zululand views include ‘Isandwahla’, ‘Fort Pearson’, ‘The Spot where Prince Imperial fell’ and the ‘Graves of Coghill and Melville’. Two particularly outstanding photographs portray an as yet unreconstructed Rorke’s Drift, showing the clear signs of the struggle which had taken place there in the previous year.

Price – $980 (ZAR-14000.00)

Photographs from the Jordanian and Palestinian Heritage

A book published by a Jordanian from photographs ” collected by travellers who have visited our country… and who were attracted by our civilization, our archaeological remains and our splendid past.” 102 plates with captions in Arabic, English and French. Body of the book has detached from the binding.


Price – $14.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Picturesque South Africa

“An album of two hundred choice photographic engravings, consisting of beautiful views of colonial scenery, interesting phases of colonial life and characteristic pictures of the chief cities and towns in South Africa.”

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-950.00)

Pieter Hugo – Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

An exhibition catalogue, published to coincide with the comprehensive overview of the photographic series’ that made him famous, held at the kunstmuseum Wolfburg, the first German gallery to showcase his work. Includes 180 photographs, as well as commentary by the artist.

Condition: Very good.

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-900.00)

Pisseuses

Erotica. The photographer’s work has been widely exhibited around the world. Text in English, German, French and Italian. Slight scuffing to covers. Clean sound copy.

Price – $66.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Pre-Raphaelite Photography

Assembled photographs from the period 1850-1879 resembling in style, mood and content Pre-Raphaelite art with an introduction by the author.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-300.00)

Private Parking

Series of b/w photographs.

Price – $25.00 (ZAR-250.00)