Bob Dylan art works on display in Norwich for first time

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time i

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time in Norwich. Image: Courtesy Washington Green Fine Art - Credit: Archant

A new exhibition of works by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time in Norwich.

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time i

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time in Norwich. Image: Courtesy Washington Green Fine Art - Credit: Archant

Titled The Beaten Path, the collection of 15 limited edition graphics have been released by Washington Green Fine Art.

The body of work is a continuation of the first instalment of The Beaten Path, released last year.

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time i

A new exhibition of 15 limited edition graphics by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time in Norwich. Image: Courtesy Washington Green Fine Art - Credit: Archant

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.

Bob Dylan. Picture: William Claxton

Bob Dylan. Picture: William Claxton - Credit: Archant


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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 £1,750 and are available to buy from Castle Fine Art at the 'Back of the Inns' and www.castlefineart.com

Tracey Jennings, manager at the Castle Fine Art Gallery, with the exhibition of work by Bob Dylan. P

Tracey Jennings, manager at the Castle Fine Art Gallery, with the exhibition of work by Bob Dylan. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

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