Ronnie Wood Collection

Prices range from € 1.050 to € 9.200

Original Paintings / Original Drawings / Lithographs / Prints

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  • Ronnie Wood Selfportrait Doodle
    Marker Drawing, signed, A4
    Item: #8110428

  • Ronnie Wood Limited Edition Print “Self Protrait”
    signed, 58 x 83 cm
    Item: #8210219, €1.750,-

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  • Ronnie Wood Original Drawing “Chuck Berry”
    Marker Pen and Graphite Portrait, signed, 28 by 21 cm
    Item: #8110625, € 4.900,-

  • Ronnie Wood Original Drawing “Woman”
    Pastel and Pencil, signed, 40 by 32 cm
    Item: #8110621, € 12.500,-

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  • Ronnie Wood Original Painting “Garden”
    Pencil and Watercolour, signed, 30 by 24 cm
    Item: #8110620, € 9.000,-

  • Ronnie Wood Original Painting “Elephant”
    Pastel on Paper, signed, 42 by 29 cm
    Item: #8110622


Ronnie Wood Original Painting “Landscape Kenia”
Watercolour and Pastel on Paper, signed, 30 by 40 cm
Item: #8110623, € 12.500,-

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  • Ronnie Wood

  • Ronnie Wood was born in London, June 1st in 1947. Before beginning his musical career he received formal art training at Ealing College of Art in London. At Ealing he studied alongside The Who guitarrist Pete Townshend and future Queen singer Freddie Mercury. As his musical career with the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces and the Rolling Stones progressed, Ronnie continued his painting and drawing. His subjects ranging from musicians he admired, knew and sometimes played with, to family and close friends, and self-portraits.
    Throughout the years the artist and the musician have been inseparable. It is only natural to find him with a pencil as with a guitar, drawing portraits of contemporaries and finding inspiration from his musical influences. In 1987 Wood was given the opportunity to spend several months working in a professional printmaking studio in England. Since then he has devoted to a considerable amount of time to printmaking and has produced a number of images using various techniques etching, drypoint, screenprint and digital.
    Over the years his work has been widely exhibited. In 1996 he had a retrospective exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has had numerous exhibitions in North and South America, in the far East and throughout Europe.