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Limited edition Bob Dylan paintings go on display in Glasgow

Added on: 16th October, 2017 by Robyn_35954

Limited edition Bob Dylan paintings go on display in Glasgow

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Mon, 16 October 2017

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A new exhibition of works by Bob Dylan will be displayed for the first time in Scotland from today (Friday 13th October).

Titled The Beaten Path, the collection of 15 limited edition graphics have been released by the UK’s leading fine art publisher, Washington Green Fine Art, and are available to buy from Castle Fine Art on Multrees Walk in Edinburgh, Castle Galleries on level one of Princes Square in Glasgow and www.castlefineart.com.

The body of work is a continuation of the first instalment of The Beaten Path, released last year. It marks the next chapter in the visual chronicle of Dylan’s travels whilst touring, capturing iconic images as he journeys through America. From epic cityscapes to humble roadside eateries and boundless, limitless highways, the collection of graphics offers a view into some of the most pivotal and powerful images of Dylan’s oeuvre to date.

As with the exceptionally popular debut collection, each edition in the new release will again be individually hand-signed by the artist. Produced in a variety of sizes, the individual graphics are priced from £1,500.

Paul Watson, regional sales director for Castle Galleries, said: “Following the overwhelming response to Dylan’s debut The Beaten Path collection last year, we have received huge demand for more of his work.

“It is a real honour to have this major new body of work in our galleries, giving us a unique insight into the everyday occurrences and objects of American life through Dylan’s eyes.

“We anticipate the artwork will be popular with collectors and art lovers across the world, and would invite those who would like to view the collection to visit their local gallery sooner rather than later.”

For more information please visit: www.castlefineart.com

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