Art

NEW 09/10 PRINTS - AVAILABLE NOW


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‘Please Allow Me’ is the opening line from ‘Sympathy for the Devil’, a track which first appeared on the Stones 1968 album, ‘Beggars Banquet’. Originally titled ‘The Devil is My Name’ it is sung by Mick on a first person narrative from the perspective of the Devil.

Originally conceived as a study of the unmistakable Mick Jagger in full ‘Sympathy’ attire from the Voodoo Lounge tour of 1994, the piece has been reworked by Ronnie for the screenprint process.

Comprising 28 full colour stencils to produce this print, ‘Please Allow Me’ is testimony to Ronnie's ability to capture defining moments in Stones history.


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