Artwork Painted By Musician Captain Beefheart During His Years As A Recluse Is To Go On Display At Exhibitions In The U.k. And Germany.
The star, real name Don Van Vliet, retired from music in 1982 and spent his remaining years as a painter, and now a vast collection of his avant-garde works will be made public for fans to view.
Some paintings will make up part of the Body Shop display in London, and others feature in a solo exhibition in Cologne, Germany, marking only the second showings of Van Vliet's work since his death in 2010.
Gordon VeneKlasen, director of the Michael Werner Gallery which is organising the shows, tells Uncut magazine, "He was absolutely serious about the work he made, about the work he did..."
The London exhibition launches on 30 September (15) and the Cologne event runs until 24 October (15).