Careful line work and extreme attention to proportions makes this Rolling Stones painting a true representation of the band. In the painting, the five band members, each wearing tinted glasses, stare toward the viewer. Relaxed postures and subtle, self-assured smiles present the band with an air of confidence. From left to right is seen: Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Ronnie Wood. Jagger, (fourth from left), stands out from his bandmates. His posture is even more relaxed than the others, and he exudes an even greater level of confidence than his comrades. The leather jacket he wears is accented with metal studs, and he leans to his right (left side of the canvas) in a manner that is “cool” and nonchalant. His lips and cheekbones—iconic features of his face—are represented perfectly, and white lettering reading “Rolling Stones ‘89” overlaid on the bottom right portion of the painting, mostly over Jagger’s jacket, gives the feel of a Rolling Stones poster. The use of more muted and less-saturated colors adds to the vintage feel, as if this painting was painted in the late 80’s and preserved as a priceless treasure.