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In Pictures: Dylan artwork

Truck (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

Work by Bob Dylan will be on show at the Breeze Art Gallery in Peebles and the Princes' Square gallery, Glasgow, for a week

Woman in Red Lion Pub portfolio (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

Bob Dylan painted several versions of the same image, using different colours and tones

Man on a Bridge (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

The singer songwriter created the collection while on tour between 1989 and 1992

Statue of Liberty (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

Dylan's collection is called The Drawn Blank Series and is based on a series of drawings published in 1994

Still Life With Peaches (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

In 2006, Dylan agreed to have his art exhibited in public for the first time

Sidewalk Cafe (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

No more than 295 copies have been made of each of the 29 watercolours, and they have been all been signed by the artist

Lakeside Cabin (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

The brochure says the works were created to "relax and refocus a restless mind"

Two Sisters (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

The first exhibition of Dylan's work opened in the German city of Chemnitz last year

Vista From Balcony (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

Dylan has sold more than 110 million albums in a career spanning five decades

Bragg Apartment (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

The collection features portraits, interiors, landscapes, still lifes and nudes

Train Track portfolio  (Copyright Bob Dylan 2008)

One critic said Dylan's art replicates what he does on stage - creating new versions and interpretations of his work

Small gallery scoops Dylan's art
14 Jun 08 |  South of Scotland

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