Train Tracks by Bob Dylan

27 January - 4 February 2018

A closer look at Dylan's Train Tracks artworks. Dylan's iconic Train Tracks image has resonated with fans and collectors since the initial showing over a decade ago.


The gallery will be showing a collection of published signed graphics alongside original artworks by Bob Dylan, from January 27th, 2018.


Since Drawn Blank Dylan has had several sell out shows and is now seen as a legitimate visual artist in his own right.


Train Tracks continues to be one of his most collected works and certainly in financial terms one of the most valuable. Why? Most likely the story of Train Tracks is intertwined with the craft Dylan is most revered for: music.


Aside from the linguistic connection of Train Tracks to Dylan's 1975 album, Blood on the Tracks (Blood on the Tracks is widely accepted to be one of Dylan's greatest albums, produced during a turbulent time in the artist's life, and consistently ranks in the top 20 albums of all time), the tracks disappearing into the distance evoke notions of life on the road. Dylan observing the world as he travels from gig to gig, a theme which runs throughout the Drawn Blank series.


Two reasons among many more subtle why Train Tracks have proven to be so popular. As much as Dylan's talent diversifies, he is best known for his music. And this is why Train Tracks, with its direct connection to his famous musical career, continues to be so loved.


To browse original and signed Bob Dylan prints for sale, taken from paintings in Drawn Blank and The Brazil Series, please visit our Bob Dylan artworks page here.