The last painting by legendary jazz star Miles Davis is to be unveiled for the first time in Edinburgh, Scotland on Wednesday (21SEP05).
The piece, entitled Gold Face, will form part of an exhibition called The Art of Miles Davis at the Dome Restaurant.
Gallery owner JONATHAN POOLE, who previously hosted photographic exhibitions of John Lennon and Marilyn Monroe at the Dome, says, "Miles was positively unique. He always drew, but all his paintings were from the last ten years of his life. He never used an easel."
Davis began painting after suffering a stroke in 1980, which stopped him from being able to play the trumpet. He died in 1991.