- Autograph from Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood
- Added self-portrait caricature from the well-known artist
Ronnie Wood (born 1947) is a celebrated musician and artist, who has spent more than 40 years as a member of The Rolling Stones.
Wood began his music career with The Birds, before joining The Jeff Beck Group as a bassist in 1967 and releasing two successful albums.
In 1969 he left the band to join Faces along with Rod Stewart, and co-wrote classic songs such as 'Stay With Me' and 'Ooh La La', along with releasing four hit albums and a solo album.
In 1974 Wood unofficially joined The Rolling Stones, replacing the departing Mick Taylor, and has remained a permanent member of the band ever since.
In addition to his career as a musician, Wood is an accomplished and respected artist whose work has been exhibited around the world.
This magnificent original sketch is thought to be a self-caricature of the rock star. A superb piece of music memorabilia and testament to Wood's creative talent.
Measuring 7.5 x 10 inches, the piece is in excellent condition and bears Wood's autograph clearly beneath the sketch.
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