Rolling Stones’ Ron Wood Auctions Off Art Collection, Guitars

ron wood Rolling Stones Ron Wood Auctions Off Art Collection, Guitars

Ron Wood. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

The collection of the Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ron Wood, will go on sale October 27 through Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills, CA. There will be a selection of memorabilia–including clothing and guitars–from his career in music, which beyond the Rolling Stones also includes playing guitar for the Faces and the Jeff Beck Group. Some of Mr. Wood’s own paintings will also be for sale.

Mr. Wood also collected British sporting artwork, and the sale will include a bronze jockey statue by Dame Elisabeth Frink valued at $65,000 to $85,000 and a George Stubbs painting estimated between $45,000 and $55,000. Other artists in the collection include John William Hennessey and James Arthur O’Connor.

Here’s Ronnie Wood on the gee-tar, performing “Stay With Me” with the Faces.

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