An iconic limited-edition graphic by Bob Dylan, hand-signed by the artist himself.
In a world first, the graphic has been released as a limited-edition silkscreen print and in landscape form and has been framed with museum glass. The most technically sophisticated glazing for artworks, museum glass is used in world-renowned establishments like the National Gallery and is virtually invisible in controlled lighting conditions, allowing intricate details to stand out.
Train Tracks was first released in 2008 to great critical acclaim, and has become synonymous with Dylan and his travels across America, symbolised by the expanse of railway line, surrounded by an anonymous landscape. Taken from The Drawn Blank Series, which comprises sketches created by Dylan between 1989 and 1992, the piece boasts his signature loose lines and instinctive brushstrokes.
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