A homage to Bob Dylan, this psychedelic drawing by Billy Connolly is his interpretation of the famous song by Dylan of the same name. It was originally named just 'Tambourine' but, as Billy explained, it felt incomplete without the ending.
Billy says: "He's a hero of mine, I love him. His song is so huge that you're stuck with the 'man' as well- so I called it 'Tambourine Man'."
Vividly colourful and surreal, this piece forms part of Billy's latest Born On A Rainy Day collection that sees him use more colour than ever before.
Conceived while on tour in Canada in 2007, Billy's sell-out collection Born On A Rainy Day began on a drizzly day in Montreal when he impulsively brought some felt-tip pens and a sketchbook. Since then, Billy's drawings have evolved to express complex ideas of liberation and surrealism whilst retaining his original spontaneity, humour, and fun.
This artwork comes displayed on deckle-edged Aquarelle Arches-Torchon 300gsm paper, elegantly float-mounted in a handmade black paint and silver foil, pine and spruce frame.
Edition size: 295
Subjects: Abstract, Figurative, Humour
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