ALL-ROUNDER: Musical legend Ronnie Wood has also turned his hand to art with Picasso-inspired prints

ROLLING Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has revealed a Picasso-inspired painting that he hopes would have ‘shocked’ the Spanish master.

The 71-year-old British rocker titled his work featuring Mick Jagger, Abstract Stones, inspired by the Malaga artist’s The Three Dancers.

“Looking at the original, I was inspired to do my own take featuring the boys,” the London-born father-of-six said.

ABSTRACT STONES: The title of the art Wood has created after the Spanish master

“I did a few versions and each one was slightly different and more honed than the last.”

After attending art school in the 1960s, Wood has turned countless celebrities into portraits, including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jim Morrison and Madonna.

The prints by the rock legend are now on sale, with 50 copies of the ‘Abstract Stones’ version one available for €1,750 a piece.

At a slightly lower price, the public can own Wood’s version two or three for €1,160, of which 150 have been made.

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