AN iconic limited-edition graphic by Bob Dylan, hand-signed by the artist, will be unveiled at an Oxford gallery today.

The Train Tracks artwork will be available to purchase from Castle Fine Art at the Westgate Centre as well as from and is priced at £14,950.

In a world first, the graphic has been released as a limited edition silkscreen print and in landscape form and has been framed with museum glass.

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Kevin Goodbody, gallery manager at Castle Fine Art, Oxford, said: “Ever since Bob Dylan released the first instalment of The Drawn Blank series in 2016, the Train Tracks graphic has become symbolic to collectors all around the world.

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“We feel very privileged to unveil the graphic as a silkscreen in landscape form - a world-first from Bob Dylan.

"There will only be 195 editions of the graphic made available worldwide, so we urge anybody interested in purchasing one to contact the gallery sooner rather than later.”

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The most technically sophisticated glazing for artworks, museum glass is used in world-renowned establishments like the National Gallery.

Train Tracks was first released in 2008 to great critical acclaim, and has become synonymous with Dylan and his travels across America, symbolised by the expanse of railway line, surrounded by an anonymous landscape.

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It is taken from The Drawn Blank Series featuring sketches created by Dylan between 1989 and 1992.

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Jericho pensioner Ray Foulk will be on the Isle of Wight this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of Dylan's appearance there at the 1969 music festival.

Mr Foulk played an important role in persuading Dylan to play at the festival.