Bob Dylan ‘Listen to the Cold Whistle Blow’

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Dimensions 80 × 60 cm

Tribute to Bob Dylan’s iconic protest songs during his most notable & creative period in New York between the 60’s & 70’s. Although each song has symbolic elements and    simple political language, they always pose rhetorical questions about life and an uncertain future for humanity. This is the landscape of songs I travelled through in creating this artwork – Masters of War, Blowin’ in the Wind, A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall, Talkin’ World War III Blues, Let Me Die in My Footsteps, Only a Pawn in Their Game, Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie

  • Giclee Canvas prints
  • Sizes are not standard. Framer is recommended.
  • Unframed – ships in a tube
  • Sizes exclude additional border margin for framing.
  • Signed by the artist.


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