Many of my paintings have their origin in a passing glance. Something catches my eye, and I cautiously rejoice because it might be the beginning of a painting. Sometimes it is impossible to stop and sketch because I saw it from a train or a fast moving car on the autostrada. And it can happen when I go back to that place, I wonder what on earth it could have been that enchanted me – it isn’t there. Enchantments is the word for it. – Jeffrey Smart
Softcover, 206 pages, full colour illustrations. Commentary by Jeffrey Smart; Introduction by Edmund Capon; Essay by Germaine Greer
Published by Australian Galleries in conjunction with Jeffrey Smart and Australian Art Publishing 2001 in conjunction with the exhibition Jeffrey Smart Drawings and Studies 1942-2001 at Australian Galleries in 2001.
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