Sid Vicious, c. 1987
© Ronnie Wood

Sid Vicious, c. 1987

Mixed Media
By Ronnie Wood
About the image

When the Sex Pistols took the world by storm in the late 1970s, the group made a point to criticize all the "establishment" bands that preceded them, a category that now included The Rolling Stones, who were the biggest live act in the world. However, Ronnie always admired the way Sid Vicious did things "his way," and this monotype of the controversial Pistols' bass player communicates that respect for Vicious and the punk aesthetic in general.

Collector's Notes:
This original monotype was featured in SFAE's Ronnie Wood Original Paintings and Drawings gallery exhibition in 2008. 

23" x 31" Artwork Size
Ink Monotype on paper
Signed original artwork - SOLD

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