'The autobiography of Sir Daryl Lindsay, a primary influence in the foundation of the National Gallery of Victoria and brother of Lionel and Norman Lindsay.
'Black and white photographic illustrations in the text. Family trees on end papers. Decorated hard covers in torn dust jacket. A good clean copy The ninth of the ten children of Dr. Robert Lindsay; the Lindsay Family of Creswick, near Ballarat Victoria.
'This book outlines the milieu that produced Percy, Norman, Lionel, Daryl and Ruby Lindsay who were all professional artists.
' The autobiography of one of three brothers (Lionel, Norman and Daryl), each of whom became significant in the arts in their native Australia and abroad during the first half of the twentieth century. Foreword by Australian Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies.
'Contains the author's Daryl Lindsay views on the achievements of the artist members of his family - views of exceptionable interest to all who hold or know something of the vast Lindsay output of paintings, watercolours, prints, drawings and cartoons.' (Publication summary)