Image Unavailable


Sydney, New South Wales, Australia born 1932

  • UK, North America 1954-57
  • Europe 1965-66 USA 1966-68
  • England, Europe 1979
  • England, Europe, Egypt 1985
  • Paris 1988
  • Middle East 1991


commenced 1974 – 2005

print workshop (organisation)


commenced 1989 /1992

publisher (organisation)


Rotterdam, Netherlands born 1946


  • Australia from 1952

Kevin Connor: The Haymarket drawings January 1990 Description: bound book of 40 pages, bound in marbled paper, with 4 original lithographs in colour, 1 original linocut printed in black ink, 79 black and white photographic reproductions of drawings, 1 colour photographic reprodcution of drawing, 2 page introduction by Hendrik Kolenberg, 5 loose leaf inserts of translucent sheeting to cover original prints

Collection Title: Kolenberg, Hendrik. Kevin Connor: The Haymarket drawings. Berrima, NSW: The Centaur Press, 1990.
Page: collection record
Place made: Atelier Champfleury The Centaur Press, Paris, Île-de-France, Ville de Paris department New South Wales, France Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, illustrated books, ink; paper lithographs, printed in colour inks, from multiple stones Support: thick smooth off-white wove Arches paper
Manufacturer's Mark: watermark: various locations on several pages, 'ARCHES / FRANCE [infinity symbol]'
Edition State: published state
Impression: 13/80
Edition: edition of 85 copies, of which 20 copies are hors commerce

Primary Insc: Signed on colophon lower centre in black ink, 'Kevin Connor'. Inscribed on colophon lower centre in black ink, '13/80'. Printed date on colophon centre in black ink, 'January 1990'. Each print is signed, titled and inscribed by the artist.
Secondary Insc: Signed by the author on colophon lower centre in blue ink, 'Hendrik Kolenberg'.
Dimensions: book (closed) 56.6 h x 45.2 w x 1.8 d cm book (open) 56.6 h x 89.6 w cm
Acknowledgement: Gift of anonymous donor, 2010
Accession No: NGA 2010.1119.1-5
Subject: Australia, Book arts: Illustrated book
  • Gift to the National Gallery of Austrlia, from an anonymous donor, 2010.