Many critics have compared Dylan's avant-garde paintings stylistically to those of Van Gogh, Gauguin or Matisse.
"You can see certain styles within the work but most definitely, it's a unique style. You cannot produce what he has if you're not a skilled artist -- he changes the planes of light and color and the way which things stand on the paper," says Green. "In the end, you can say, "That's a Bob Dylan." (Copyright Ã‚Â© 2007 Bob Dylan, via Halcyon gallery)