Artist: Bob Dylan
Title: Woman in Red Lion Pub
Medium: Giclee Etching on Hahnemuhle 350gsm paper
Image size: 29” x 22”
Sheet size: 36” x 28”
Inscription: Signed “Bob Dylan” on front lower right and numbered on front lower left
Edition 112/295 + 15 AP + 5 MP + 2 PP + 1 BAT
Condition: Very good quality, no flaws
Documentation: Includes a certificate of authenticity from Washington Green Fine Art signed by the publisher and Bob Dylan
Known primarily as an influential and groundbreaking figure in music, Bob Dylan is also prominent in the art world. The musician started creating art in the 1960s while on tour. His artworks embrace an expressionistic approach that captures the human experience, more specifically his reflections and impressions. Illustrations with enthralling effects focus on fleeting moments and passing emotions.
The Drawn Blank Series consists of expressionistic drawings documenting his encounters and observations while on the road. Each artwork embodies the poetic and intimate qualities of his music. Dylan created the series between 1989 and 1992 while touring America, Europe, and Asia. His sketches were published as a book in 1994 and later reimagined as paintings or prints in 2008. Some of the images depicted include street scenes, interior spaces, landscapes, portraits, and nudes.
Woman in Red Lion Pub includes a gallery certificate of authenticity from Washington Green Fine Art, signed by the publisher and Bob Dylan. The work is signed “Bob Dylan” on the front lower right and numbered on the front lower left. Furthermore, the artwork is of very good quality with no flaws.
About Bob Dylan
A poet, songwriter, singer, and visual artist, Bob Dylan is one of the past century’s most iconic figures. A counterculture icon in the 1960s and 70s, his folk music became an anthem for American youth that fought for Civil Rights and supported an anti-war political agenda. His poetic and powerful lyrics made him the voice of his generation.
Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1941. He had started a few rock bands in high school, and after his graduation played with Little Richard and Bobby Vee. By 1961, he had dropped out of College at the University of Minnesota and moved to New York. There, he performed at numerous clubs and played in studio for many recording artists before being signed to Columbia Records. His musical career featured hit songs including “The Times they are a-changing”, “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Blowin’in the Wind.” He has won ten Grammy awards, an Academy Award, a Pullitzer Prize, and the Nobel Peace Prize.
Dylan’s visual art was featured on several album covers, but his first stand-alone art was published in a 1994 book of drawings, Drawn Blank. His first art show was in 2007 at Kunstsammlungen in Chemnitz, Germany and it showcased numerous watercolors and gouaches. In addition to painting, Dylan has also created a serious of iron gates named “Mood Swings” that he debuted in a 2013 show at Halcyon Gallery in London. He is best known for his landscape and nature paintings.
It is virtually impossible to overstate Bob Dylan’s monumental impact on popular culture. His music provided the soundtrack for much of the historically pivotal 1960s and 70s. Today, his career has found resurgence as a visual artist, with his artwork appealing far beyond fans of his music.