Central Station II
26 Jul 1921 - 20 Jun 2013
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
86.0 x 100.0 cm stretcher; 90.0 x 104.5 x 5.0 cm frame :
0 - Whole, 84.5 x 99 cm, SIGHT DIMENSION
Not on display
© Estate of Jeffrey Smart
Shown in 8 exhibitions
Jeffrey Smart - A review exhibition (1982), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 17 Jun 1982–08 Aug 1982
Twentieth century Australian masterworks from the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Fred Williams Pilbara series from the collection of CRA Limited, Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, 04 Oct 1985–06 Nov 1985
Paint on the tracks: Australian artists and the railway, S.H. Ervin Gallery, The Rocks, 22 Apr 1994–29 May 1994
Jeffrey Smart retrospective (1999-2000):
Parallel Visions: Twenty-two artists from the Australian collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 22 Feb 2002–May 2003
Master of stillness: Jeffrey Smart paintings 1940–2011:
Destination Sydney: Re-imaginings, S.H. Ervin Gallery, The Rocks, 07 Dec 2018–17 Mar 2019
Jeffrey Smart: constructed world, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 11 May 2019–29 Sep 2019
Referenced in 21 publications
Edmund Capon AM, OBE, Barry Pearce and Ursula Prunster, Jeffrey Smart - A review exhibition, Sydney, 1982, 7 (illus.), 8. cat.no. 39
Edmund Capon, Jeffrey Smart retrospective, 'Still, Silent, Composed', pg. 12-21, Sydney, 1999, 17, 20, 140, 141 (colour illus.), 209. cat.no. 48
Edmund Capon, Parallel visions: works from the Australian collection, 'John Brack / Jeffrey Smart', pg. 116-127, Sydney, 2002, 124 (colour illus.), 125 (colour illus., detail), 146, 147.
Christie's, Australia Pty. Ltd., Christie's Australia. Australian, International and Contemporary Paintings. Melbourne 19 & 20 April 2005, South Yarra, 2005, 79. lot no. 71, 'Study for Central Station II', oil on canvas on board, 30 x 33cm, estimate: A$50,000-60,000, colour reproduction of study
Gavin Fry, Paint on the tracks: Australian artists and the railway, 'Introduction', pg. 7-10, Sydney, 1994, 6 (illus.), 51. cat.no. 66
Marianne Hulsbosch (Editor), Cambridge visual arts: stage 4, Cambridge, 2008, 35 (colour illus.).
Hannah Hutchison, Look, 'Jeffrey Smart's constructed worlds', pg. 44-51, Sydney, May 2019-Jun 2019, 44-45 (colour illus.), 46.
Bruce James, Art Gallery of New South Wales handbook, 'Australian Collection: Painting and Sculpture', pg. 102-181, Sydney, 1999, 166 (colour illus.).
Bruce James, The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Getting Smart', pg. 14, Sydney, 04 Sep 1999, 14s. This article appears in the Spectrum section of the newspaper.
Andy Kissane, The swarm, Glebe, 2012, front cover (colour illus., detail), back cover (colour illus.).
Barry Pearce, The world of Antiques & Art, 'Exploring hidden treasures in Parallel Visions', pg. 124-126, Bondi Junction, Jul 2002-Dec 2002, 125 (colour illus.).
Barry Pearce, Master of stillness: Jeffrey Smart paintings 1940–2011, 'Search for the timeless', pg. 7-21, Kent Town, 2012, 18, 82 (colour illus.), 132. cat.no. 49
Barry Pearce, Jeffrey Smart, 'Seasons of Tuscany', pg. 11-23, Sydney, 2005, 21, 132 (colour illus.), 186, 254.
Barry Pearce, Australian art: in the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 'The enduring image', pg. 265-266, Sydney, 2000, 272, 273 (colour illus.), 302.
Barry Pearce and Patrick McCaughey, Twentieth century Australian masterworks from the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Fred Williams Pilbara Series, Tokyo, 1985, 45 (colour illus.). cat.no. 26; titled 'Central Station'
Peter Quartermaine, Jeffrey Smart, South Yarra, 1983, 113. cat.no. 631. Note that the title of this painting in this text is "Central Station 2", dated 1974.
Jeffrey Smart, Edmund Capon AM, OBE and Australian Galleries Pty Ltd, Jeffrey Smart: drawings and studies 1942-2001, Sydney, 2001, 94 (colour illus.). figure no. 18; cat.no. 109 is a study for this painting
Smith & Singer, Sotheby's Australian and International art, including the Goldman Sachs JBWere collection of Australian art, Sydney 28 June 2005, Sydney, 2005, 54, 55 (colour illus.). lot no.321, 'Study for Central Station II', oil on canvas on board, 30 x 33cm, estimate: A$50,000-60,000, colour reproduction of study
Jill Sykes, Look, 'Breaking the territorial mould: some thoughts from a new head curator', pg. 30-31, Sydney, Sep 2011, 30-31 (colour illus.).
Jill Sykes (Editor), Look, Sydney, Mar 2010, 48 (colour illus.). Members what's on section
Editor Unknown (Editor), Christie's Australia - Australia and European Paintings. Melbourne, 27 & 28 April, 1999, South Yarra, Apr 1999, 123. A study for 'Central Station' appears in this auction catalogue, cat.no. 132, oil on board, 29.4 x 32.4cm, painted in 1974, Est. $16,000-20,000. [NW 16/4/1999].