Updated: Tuesday, 28th February 2017 @ 7:46am

Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood gives Manchester a glimpse of his artwork

Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood gives Manchester a glimpse of his artwork

By Ailsa Macmillan

Fresh from its exhibition of Bob Dylan artwork, Manchester's Castle Galleries is now selling work by Ronnie Wood.

And the artwork has been such a hit in Manchester that there are only a couple of prints left for sale.

Ronnie’s work incorporates the Rolling Stones and his own musical influences.

Anthony Ducker, Gallery Manager of Castle Galleries said: “It’s done really well and it has been well received.”

Framed editions sell for up to £999 while it will set you back £795 for unframed artwork.

Mr Ducker said: “The artwork is really vibrant, really well put together and quite striking.”

The Cockney rocker has had a string of dalliances with models and is currently dating Nicola Sargent, who is 40 years younger than him.

Ronnie has always had a love of art since childhood and he consequently went to train at the Ealing Art College where stars, such as Freddie Mercury of Queen and Pete Townshend of The Who also attended in the 1960s.

The rebel rocker has had past alcoholism and drug problems but sold his first painting at only 9 years old.

Ronnie'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.

For more information log onto http://www.castlegalleries.com/manchester/