As a practicing visual artist for nearly seven decades, Gordon Smith (b. 1919) has consistently explored the mediums of drawing, painting and printmaking in inventive and expressive ways. This sumptuously illustrated publication accompanies the first public exhibition dedicated to Smith's prints. Essays by renowned art historians discuss Smith's practice both chronologically and formally, revealing the ingenuity of his works and the leadership role he has played in the development of this technique. Works by Gordon Smith can be found in numerous collections, including the National Gallery of Canada and the Museum of Modern Art.