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Alex Mortimer

2005 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $5,000.00
ID#: 00369




MORTIMER, Alexander (Artist). Move Over Rover And Let Jimi Take Over. An Original Portrait of Jimi Hendrix. 2005. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 76 x 48 inches (1930 x 1219 mm).

A stack on Marshalls in the background, a lefty Stratocaster, a dripping fuel can at lower left, and you know his guitar will soon be in flames, if not by gas then by Jimi starting a fire with every note he ever played.

2005 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,250.00
ID#: 00370




MORTIMER, Alexander. Highway 61. An Original Portrait of Bob Dylan. 2005. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 24 x 32 inches (610 x 813 mm).

Inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in 1988, Bob Dylan has for fifty years been at the forefront of popular music, influencing virtually everyone of his generation and his shadow falls into the 21st century to influence a new one.

Los Angeles-based artist Alexander Mortimer took his degree in Fine/Graphic Arts at College of Marin in Northern California.

2005 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,250.00
ID#: 00371




MORTIMER, Alexander. Satisfaction. An Original Portrait of Keith Richards. 2005. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 30 x 20 inches (762 x 508 mm).

Here, Richards - #10 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time - is caught in mid-riff on his Telecaster.

2004 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,250.00
ID#: 00366




MORTIMER, Alexander (Artist). Bang a Gong (Get It On). An Original Portrait of Marc Bolan. 2004. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 30 x 20 inches (762 x 508 mm).

Los Angeles-based artist Alexander Mortimer took his degree in Fine/Graphic Arts at College of Marin in Northern California.

2004 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,350.00
ID#: 00367




MORTIMER, Alexander (Artist). Slowhand. An Original Portrait of Eric Clapton. 2004. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 32 x 21 inches (813 x 533 mm).

Eric Clapton, with a reputation of god-like proportion, is # 4 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. The Yardbirds, the band with which he rose to early prominence, was inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.

2005 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,250.00
ID#: 00364


MORTIMER, Alexander (Artist). Riffin' in Deep Purple. An Original Portrait of Ritchie Blackmore. 2005. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 20 x 30 inches (508 x 762 mm).

2004 Alex Mortimer

Rating: 9.50, $1,250.00
ID#: 00365




MORTIMER, Alexander (Artist). The Windmill. An Original Portrait of Pete Townshend. 2004. Acrylic paint and ink on canvas, 30 x 20 inches (762 x 508 mm).

Townshend - #50 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time - was, along with his bandmates in The Who, inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. His penchant for showmanship led him to the Windmill - a sweeping movement of his right arm and hand in a power circle across the guitar strings that became his live performance signature.

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