"All The Young Dudes" by Mott The Hoople Original Painting (Sold)


Regarded as one of glam rock's anthems, ‘All The Young Dudes’ originated after Bowie came into contact with Mott the Hoople's bassist Peter Watts and learned that the band was ready to split due to continued lack of commercial success. When the band rejected his first offer of a composition, ‘Suffragette City’ (which later appeared on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars), Bowie wrote ‘All the Young Dudes’ in short order especially for them, allegedly sitting cross-legged on the floor of a room in London's Regent Street, in front of the band's lead singer, Ian Hunter.

Framed Supersize Original - £12,500
Hand Painted 3D construction on canvas  27" grooved vinyl disc & fine art paper label
Signed and stamped by Morgan Howell
Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")
Bespoke Art Glass Frame
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