10:36AM, Wednesday 22 August 2012
Legendary singer songwritwer Bob Dylan is revealing a new side to his talent at a Windsor art gallery.
Castle Galleries at King Edward Court is displaying eight prints taken from drawings Dylan did while on tour between 1989 and 1992.
They were unveiled at the gallery on Saturday and are all personally signed by the star.
As well as House on Union Street, the exhibition contains seven limited edition graphics of some of Dylan's most popular prints available in previously unpublished colour versions. They include Dad’s Restaurant, Truckstop and Vista from Balcony.
There are 295 copies of these prints currently on view worldwide. Dylan fans can even buy one in Windsor if they have £1,500 to spare.
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