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Angelo Montanini, Bard Bowman print

Art prints of the work this Italian illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm.*

Angelo Montanini, Olog-Hai print

Art prints of the work this Italian illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm.*

Angelo Montanini, Éowyn print

Art prints of the work this Italian illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm.*

Angelo Montanini, Gloin print

Art prints of the work this Italian illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm.*

Angelo Montanini, Thorin print

Art prints of the work this Italian illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm.*

Ted Nasmith, Fangorn Forest print

This giclée of Fangorn Forest was published by Ted Nasmith himself. Limited to 100 signed and numbered copies. With a Certificate of Authenticity. 16x13"/42 x 32 cm.*

Daniel Reeve, Parchment map of Middle-earth

Weta. A direct scan from the handdrawn map by Daniel Reeve that was used in The Lord of the Rings movies. Printed on high quality parchment paper with die-cast decked edges. 22x22"/58x58 cm.*

Ron Rouselle II, Dodge print

Art prints of the work this illustrator made for the cardgame Middle-earth: The Wizards. 13x12"/33x30 cm. Limited to 2000 copies. Signed and numbered.

Sam Torode, J.R.R. Tolkien print

Numbered and signed print of the oilpainting Torode had made of Tolkien. 11x16"/28x42 cm. Limited to 750 copies.*

Stephen Graham Walsh, The Healing of Nimrodel print

Artprint made of the card Walsh did for the cardgame The Lidless Eye. 13x12"/34x30 cm. Signed and numbered. Limited to 2000 copies.*

David Wenzel, Gimli concept print

After The Hobbit graphic novel was completed plans were made to publish The Lord of the Rings in graphic novel format as well. A lot of pre production work was developed for the project. Even though the publisher was very gung-ho on the project the ultimate decision rested with the Tolkien estate, which ultimately decide they did not want any derivative versions of J.R.R.'s writing on the market. The artist has been holding onto sample pages, sketches and some prints since that event and he feels the time is right to start letting some of them onto the market place. The first items are prints of the Nine (Aragorn, Gandalf, Legolas, Gimli, Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippen) that were developed to establish the first look of the main characters. (Other views of the characters and many of the dark forces were also conceived.) This print shows Gimli the dwarf dressed in mail and brandishing his axe. The print's outside dimension is 13'x 19"/27x47 cm. It is a giclee print on archival paper printed with archival inks. It is signed in the lower right corner by the artist David T Wenzel.*

David Wenzel, Aragorn concept print

After The Hobbit graphic novel was completed plans were made to publish The Lord of the Rings in graphic novel format as well. A lot of pre production work was developed for the project. Even though the publisher was very gung-ho on the project the ultimate decision rested with the Tolkien estate, which ultimately decide they did not want any derivative versions of J.R.R.'s writing on the market. The artist has been holding onto sample pages, sketches and some prints since that event and he feels the time is right to start letting some of them onto the market place. The first items are prints of the Nine (Aragorn, Gandalf, Legolas, Gimli, Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippen) that were developed to establish the first look of the main characters. (Other views of the characters and many of the dark forces were also conceived.) This print shows Aragorn. The print's outside dimension is 13'x 19"/27x47 cm. It is a giclee print on archival paper printed with archival inks. It is signed in the lower right corner by the artist David T Wenzel.*