Bob Dylan artwork set for Leeds showcase

After the sell-out success of Bob Dylan’s legendary The Beaten Path, which captures iconic images of the music legend’s travels across the main routes and backroads of America, a series of limited edition hand-signed silkscreen prints have been released and will be on display in Leeds from today.

The Beaten Path: The Silkscreen Collection features prints taken from Dylan’s major solo exhibition which took place at the end of last year.

2017 marks a triumphant year for Dylan as earlier this year he was awarded a Nobel Prize for Literature, credited with having “created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”, becoming the 259th American to have won a Nobel Prize.

This year also marks the start of his UK tour. The rock icon will play a trio of intimate shows at the London Palladium on April 28, 29 and 30 ahead of his main jaunt in May which coincides with the The release of The Beaten Path: The Silkscreen Collection.

The Beaten Path: The Silkscreen Collection is available to view and buy from Castle Fine Art from April 21– May 13.