Ronnie Wood is a celebrated musician and artist, who has spent more than 40 years as a member of The Rolling Stones.
Wood began his music career with The Birds, before joining The Jeff Beck Group as a bassist in 1967 and releasing two successful albums.
In 1969 he left the band to join Faces along with Rod Stewart, and co-wrote classic songs such as 'Stay With Me' and 'Ooh La La', along with releasing four hit albums and a solo album.
In 1974 Wood unofficially joined The Rolling Stones, replacing the departing Mick Taylor, and has remained a permanent member of the band ever since.
In addition to his career as a musician, Wood is an accomplished and respected artist whose work has been exhibited around the world.
This sketch features the back of legendary guitarist Jeff Beck's head, drawn from the view of the backseat of a car.
Although the sketch is undated, Wood toured extensively with The Jeff Beck Group throughout the late 1960s, and probably spent a lot of time peering at the back of Beck's head whilst they were on the road.
Given his passion for sketching, it seems likely he decided to record the view for posterity, or even just as a joke for himself.
The sketch, which measures 26.8 x 21.1cm, is drawn in blue ballpoint pen on a sheet, with some wear to the edges and uneven trimming to the left side.