"Charlie and Ronnie in Sandymount"

by

Ronnie Wood

(Rehersal in Ireland Suite)

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Media :Limited Edition, Silkscreen on Paper
Image Dimensions :14 1/8" x 19 1/4"
Year Produced :1994
Edition Size :275 Numbered
27 Artists Proofs
12 Printers Proofs
Current Retail :$2,200.00

Charlie and Ronnie in Sandymount
Copyright © 1994 Ronnie Wood, All Rights Reserved.


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Wood is an accomplished artist. When he was a child his drawings were featured on the BBC television programme Sketch Club; he won one of that programme\'s competitions, an achievement he refers to as his \"awakening to art\". He went on to train at the Ealing Art College, as both his brothers had. Wood\'s paintings, drawings and prints frequently feature icons of popular culture and have been exhibited all over the world. Several of his paintings, including a work commissioned by Andrew Lloyd-Webber, are displayed at London\'s Drury Lane Theatre. Art critic Brian Sewell has called Wood \"an accomplished and respectable artist\"; and the South Bank Show has devoted an entire programme to his artwork. Wood is also the co-owner (along with sons Jamie and Tyrone) of a London art gallery called Scream.
Wood is an accomplished artist. When he was a child his drawings were featured on the BBC television programme Sketch Club; he won one of that programme\'s competitions, an achievement he refers to as his \"awakening to art\". He went on to train at the Ealing Art College, as both his brothers had. Wood\'s paintings, drawings and prints frequently feature icons of popular culture and have been exhibited all over the world. Several of his paintings, including a work commissioned by Andrew Lloyd-Webber, are displayed at London\'s Drury Lane Theatre. Art critic Brian Sewell has called Wood \"an accomplished and respectable artist\"; and the South Bank Show has devoted an entire programme to his artwork. Wood is also the co-owner (along with sons Jamie and Tyrone) of a London art gallery called Scream.
Wood began his career as a professional musician in 1964 as a guitarist with The Birds, an R and B band based in Yiewsley, West London. A popular live act with a considerable fan base, The Birds released several singles in the mid-60s; Wood wrote or co-wrote nearly half the songs the group recorded. By 1967 the Birds had disbanded and Wood had joined the Jeff Beck Group as a bassist. Along with vocalist Rod Stewart, Wood did several tours with Beck, and recorded two albums: Truth in 1968 and Beck-Ola in 1969. In between Jeff Beck Group projects Wood also worked with The Creation. In 1969, after Steve Marriott left the Small Faces, Wood began working with the remaining members of that group, returning to his instrument of choice: the guitar. This line-up, plus Rod Stewart and ex-Bird Kim Gardner, teamed up with Wood\'s brother Art Wood in a formation called Quiet Melon, making a handful of recordings in May 1969. After the Jeff Beck Group\'s fifth US tour in July, Wood and Stewart joined the former Small Faces full-time, and the band\'s name was changed to Faces.
Wood began his career as a professional musician in 1964 as a guitarist with The Birds, an R and B band based in Yiewsley, West London. A popular live act with a considerable fan base, The Birds released several singles in the mid-60s; Wood wrote or co-wrote nearly half the songs the group recorded. By 1967 the Birds had disbanded and Wood had joined the Jeff Beck Group as a bassist. Along with vocalist Rod Stewart, Wood did several tours with Beck, and recorded two albums: Truth in 1968 and Beck-Ola in 1969. In between Jeff Beck Group projects Wood also worked with The Creation. In 1969, after Steve Marriott left the Small Faces, Wood began working with the remaining members of that group, returning to his instrument of choice: the guitar. This line-up, plus Rod Stewart and ex-Bird Kim Gardner, teamed up with Wood\'s brother Art Wood in a formation called Quiet Melon, making a handful of recordings in May 1969. After the Jeff Beck Group\'s fifth US tour in July, Wood and Stewart joined the former Small Faces full-time, and the band\'s name was changed to Faces.