Ronnie Wood: How Can it Be? Fine Art Prints Portfolio Boxed Set
Ronnie Wood has created a series of new drawings, inspired by the content of his recently discovered 1965 diary.
Ronnie Wood: "I just closed my eyes, opened them, and drew what was photographically in my mind after all those years. It all comes flying back."
Friends and musicians such as The Who are featured, while others bring to life memories of the road to superstardom.
Eight are available as individual signed artworks and are listed separately on this website, or the Portfolio Collection can be ordered, which includes all eight artworks presented as the How Can It Be? Portfolio, housed as a boxed set.
Exclusive to the boxed set, four additional signed artworks are included (displayed here), so the boxed set includes 12 prints in total.
All of the prints are matted and housed in a cloth-bound case.
Only 15 such sets will ever be created from the lowest edition numbers available.
Summary of Specifications:
Edition: 15 complete numbered sets, signed by Ronnie Wood
Contents: All 8 sketches plus 4 sketches unique to the boxed set
Artist: Ronnie Wood
Dimensions: 27.9cm x 35.6cm (11" x 14")
Method: Archival Giclée using K3 Lightfast inks
Paper: Somerset Natural white 330gsm, hand torn page edges
Certificate: Numbered and signed by the publishers
Case: Cloth-bound portfolio.
''Ronnie is in the top flight as a musician," comments art critic Edward Lucie-Smith, "but he's also a fully trained artist...his striking study of Eric Clapton is worthy of the National Portrait Gallery." Wood's work has been exhibited across the globe and his fans include President Bill Clinton, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jack Nicholson and Sir Peter Blake.