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This is a rare opportunity to be the proud owner of an original piece of HGJonesART featuring the image of Robert Johnson that was subsequently featured within Guitar World magazine and started the artist's journey into Blues Art.


  • Signed and numbered A3 / ANSI B sized limited edition of 29  (29 being the number of songs recorded by Robert Johnson)
  • Each numbered piece will include a song title from Robert Johnson's song catalogue:
    1. "Kind Hearted Woman Blues"

    2. "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom"

    3. "Sweet Home Chicago"

    4. "Ramblin' on My Mind"

    5. "When You Got a Good Friend"

    6. "Come On in My Kitchen"

    7. "Terraplane Blues"

    8. "Phonograph Blues"

    9. "32-20 Blues"

    10. "They're Red Hot"

    11. "Dead Shrimp Blues"

    12. "Cross Road Blues"

    13. "Walkin' Blues"

    14. "Last Fair Deal Gone Down"

    15. "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)"

    16. "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day"

    17. "Stones in My Passway"

    18. "I'm a Steady Rollin' Man"

    19. "From Four Until Late"

    20. "Hell Hound on My Trail"

    21. "Little Queen of Spades"

    22. "Malted Milk"

    23. "Drunken Hearted Man"

    24. "Me and the Devil Blues"

    25. "Stop Breakin' Down Blues"

    26. "Stop Breakin' Down Blues"

    27. "Honeymoon Blues"

    28. "Love in Vain Blues"

    29. "Milkcow's Calf Blues"

  • 190gsm acid free
  • Artwork will be sold in no particular order as buyer can select their preferred edition number or song title at point of sale
  • Once all 29 editions have been sold, this image will never be made available again as an original piece


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Original artwork - Robert Johnson - Signed limited edition

  • Robert Leroy Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) was an American blues singer, songwriter and musician. 


    His landmark recordings in 1936 and 1937 display a combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that has influenced later generations of musicians.


    Very little was known about Robert Johnson and two confirmed images of him were located in 1973, in the possession of his half-sister Carrie Thompson, but were not widely published until the late 1980s. 


    A third photo, showing Robert Johnson posing with the blues musician Johnny Shines, was unearthed by a New York guitar shop employee called Zeke Schein and was debuted in the November 2008 issue of Vanity Fair magazine.


    In 2020, a fourth photograph was revealed by Robert Johnson's stepsister, in an intimate memoir sharing long lost details about his family, music, influences, tragic death, and musical afterlife.


    My artwork featuring Robert Johnson attempts to subconsciously reveal facial perspectives derived from the four photographs.

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