NORMAN LINDSAY NEWS & ARTICLES

Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etchings
Author: Rolf Mende
Etching House recommends you obtain a copy of Atlantis and Saraband while stocks last. ... more...
NORMAN LINDSAY GALLERY
Author: Etching House
UP COMING EVENTS at NORMAN LINDSAY GALLERY more...
Norman Lindsay Home Gallery and Studio and Grounds
Author: Etching House
Norman Lindsay Home and gallery, studio, and magnificent grounds full of sculptor work set amongst a lovely Australian bush setting. more...
Norman Lindsay Bush Walk.
Author: Etching House
Visit the Norman Lindsay Home and Gallery, there is a Gallery, Studio, Sop, Cafe, Sculptor Garden, Bush Walk and some accommodation. more...
Visit the Norman Lindsay Gallery Shop
Author: Etching House
When you visit the Norman Lindsay Gallery and homestead you will find a lovely retail shop where you can buy such a variety of items ranging from Cards, Posters to Etchings and Books and so many other things all very affordable. more...
Visit the Norman Lindsay Studio
Author: Etching House
Enjoy the peace and beauty of this magnificent home where Norman Lindsay crated so much of his wonderful work for us all to enjoy, proudly owned and sponsored by the National Trust, Etching House is proud to recommend a visit to this Australian national treasure, and many thanks to its volunteers. more...
Visit the Norman Lindsay Sculptor Garden
Author: Etching House
Visit Norman Lindsay Sculptor Garden at the Norman Lindsay home and gallery in the Blue Mountains, a peaceful stroll in the gardens comprising of Australian Bush, many years of stunning work by Norman Lindsay can be enjoyed. ... more...
Visit the Norman Lindsay Gallery
Author: Etching House
How to find the Norman Lindsay Gallery and Homestead at Springwood in the Blue Mountains New South Wales, it's just an hour or so on the M4 from Sydney. The address is 14 Norman Lindsay Crescent, Faulconbridge via Springwood Blue Mountains. Phone (02) 4751 1067 Email nlg@hermes.net.au web www.normanlindsay.com.au more...
The Craft of Etching from Etching House by the master etcher Norman Lindsay
Author: Etching House
About the Art of Etching by Norman Lindsay - The art of etching appears to be a lost art today and the public interested in art must have very little knowledge of its technical problems, it may be advisable to explain this as briefly as possible. Norman Lindsay takes a highly-polished copper plate is first cleaned with caustic soda and dilute nitric acid. Norman Lindsay takes a hand grip which is then attached to the copper plate acting as a handle; the plate must not be touched once it is cleaned. more...