Of course, you will first think of Bob Dylan as the recording artist who has sold more than 125 million records, but he is just as respected in recent years for his venture into fine art.
The artist’s new The Beaten Path collection portrays his journey between American cities and towns whilst touring the United States. Each landscape is painted from his experience, stripped of illusion and capturing the instant moment of a place, person and time.
Twelve limited edition graphics include some of Dylan’s most pivotal images to date, featuring titles like ‘Brooklyn Heights’, ‘Little Italy, Lower Manhattan’, ‘Under The Bridge’ or ‘New England Depot’.
‘Joshua Tree, Sunrise’ and ‘Brooklyn Heights’ have already sold out and many other prints have slipped into low availability, so visit Castle Fine Art in St Christopher’s Place to see the honest landscapes for yourself.
The whole collection can also be viewed and purchased at Castle Fine Art online.