Artists in more ways than one

London.UK. Paintings and drawings by the late jazz musician Miles Davis which will be show cased at The Exchange COurt Gallery, London. 1st June 2009. The works were previously owned by his girlfriend Jo Gelbard who is credited with being one of his main inspirations for his music. Though very well known for his musical output - Davis also became an accomplished painter. Rock stars like Prince, Phil Collins and Diana Ross have already collected other paintings by Davis but these particular art works have barely been seen before. Ref:LMK111-000-000. 'this album. Ref:LMK1Photo by Bart Goldblatt/CMG. 'Supplied by LMKMEDIA. Editorial Only. Landmark Media is not the copyright owner of these Film or TV stills but provides a service only for recognised Media outlets. pictures@lmkmedia.com

London.UK. Paintings and drawings by the late jazz musician Miles Davis which will be show cased at The Exchange COurt Gallery, London. 1st June 2009. The works were previously owned by his girlfriend Jo Gelbard who is credited with being one of his main inspirations for his music. Though very well known for his musical output - Davis also became an accomplished painter. Rock stars like Prince, Phil Collins and Diana Ross have already collected other paintings by Davis but these particular art works have barely been seen before. Ref:LMK111-000-000. 'this album. Ref:LMK1Photo by Bart Goldblatt/CMG. 'Supplied by LMKMEDIA. Editorial Only. Landmark Media is not the copyright owner of these Film or TV stills but provides a service only for recognised Media outlets. pictures@lmkmedia.com

0
Have your say

PAINTINGS and prints by John Lennon, Ronnie Wood, Miles Davis (right) and Jimi Hendrix are among an exciting collection of work making a brief two-day appearance in Ridgmont from Saturday.

Masters & Musicians will show at the launch of Ridgmont Fine Art.

Aside from previously seen Lennon pieces including Jock and Ono and War Is Over! the show will also give you a first chance to take a look at new exhibits Dream Power (left), Familky and Power To The People II.

When Ronnie Wood isn’t hard at work with his Rolling Stones he is partial to a little art therapy too – and paints the musicians he plays alongside.

His works in this exhibition will therefore include Keith Moon, Bob Marley and the Stones.

It is set to be an exceptional show, and also features original prints by Dali, Matisse and Picasso.

Prices start from £500 to £5000 for those of you feeling flush.

For more details give the gallery a call on 01525 288532.