From a rough outline on a studio canvas to a masterpiece hanging on a gallery wall, Robert Adamson observed Brett Whiteley's paintings in many stages. "You would see them grow in the studio," says Adamson, an acclaimed poet whose friendship with the late Whiteley stretched back to the early 1970s.“We had a lot more things in common than drugs,” Adamson says now. “It was more a poetry and painting-fuelled artistic friendship. We were just in love with art and painting, and Bob Dylan.”
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