Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) was an author, painter, illustrator, sculptor and model ship builder and one of Australia's most renowned artist. His predeliction for nudes in many of his paintings and his right wing political views ensured his public reputation was controversial.
He was an editorial cartoonist for a political magazine for a long time where caricatures were churned out but he was also a prolific sketcher and his pen and pencil drawings are exquisite. His arguably greatest success derives from the 1918 publication of The Magic Pudding, a fantastical children's book classic in which a sailor, a penguin and Bunyip Bluegum the koala team up with a magical pie that never runs out.
- The original pencil, ink and watercolour sketches for The Magic Pudding at the State Library of NSW
- Etchings at GreenHill Galleries
- The pen drawings of Norman Lindsay at DropBears
- Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum
- Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
- Rare books by or about Norman Lindsay
- Book covers
- Bio and example images
- More paintings and a sketch
- Sample watercolours
- Thumbnails of other etchings