Woman In Red Lion Pub - FOUR DIFFERENT SIGNED IMPRESSIONS, THE LAST SIGNED TO JUDY COLLINS
by Dylan, Bob. (b. 1941)
Used; Like New/Used; Like New. Outstanding suite of four differently colored limited edition 22 x 27.25 prints entitled 'Woman in Red Lion Pub,' each numbered 76/295, all signed in the lower right in pencil, "Bob Dylan," with one inscribed to famed folk singer Judy Collins, "To Judy, 'to act and to love,' best wishesâBob Dylan."Â The Drawn Blank Series (Washington Green/Halcyon Gallery, 2008): Numbers 44.2, 44.4, 44.6 (inscribed), 44.7. Â HahnemÃ¼hle 350gsm Museum Etching Paper. Â In very fine condition, contained in their original portfolio.Â Accompanied by the original hardcover portfolio, with some sunning and damp staining to exterior.Â "In Bob Dylan's extraordinary collection of paintings, "Bob Dylan: The Drawn Blank Series," we are given insight into the expressive, unvarnished way this artist approaches the world and reminded he is that rare person who can move effortlessly between music, word, ink, paint, as if he's just futzing around with a few different instruments in the studio. Yet again and again, he reflects life back to us with a truth and simplicity that defy words... Dylan drew the moody black-and-white sketches while on tour between the years 1989 and 1992, and in 2007 turned some of these drawings into more than 200 paintings...by adding vibrant watercolors and gouaches...The naturalistic scenes record the world around him, observed between performances, and illustrate how his eye relentlessly pursues usually ignored people, buildings and common objects. He wrenches objects from the background â an outdated TV, Venetian blinds, empty doorways and alleys â and puts them center stage, unearthing a beauty in the bland.... the lady waiting at the bar in "Woman in Red Lion Pub" would never have dreamt her broad back would become the electric-red subject of a painting. But in her slanting, voluptuous silhouette, her choice of dress and hat, Dylan points out her power and sturdy elegance, qualities she herself seems unaware of.Â JudithÂ Marjorie "Judy" CollinsÂ (born 1939), affectionately known asÂ "Judy Blue Eyes", is an American singer and songwriter known for her eclectic tastes in the material she records (which has includedÂ folk music,Â show tunes,Â pop music,Â rock and rollÂ andÂ standards) and for her social activism. She was a major figure in the folk revival of the 1960s andÂ recorded her own versions of important songs from the period, including Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man".
(Inventory #: 12555)
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