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Tolkien's World : Paintings Of Middle-Earth [HOT]



Middle-earth, the world created by J.R.R. Tolkien in his timeless classics The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion, has been an inspiration for generations of artists. This beautiful volume of artwork celebrates the legacy of his imagination. Tolkien's World includes paintings by artists from all over the world. From the powerful depictions of the darker side of Middle-earth by John Howe, to the evocative landscapes by Alan Lee; from Michael Hague's delightful paintings in The Hobbit to the strange and compelling vision of Roger Garland; from the engaging simplicity of Inger Edelfeldt's work to the intricacy of dramatic realism of Ted Nasmith - Tolkien's World spans the whole of Middle-earth. Each painting is accompanied by a page of text drawn from the book that inspired it, describing the scene the artist has chosen to illustrate. Also included is a short essay by each of the artists about Tolkien's influence upon them.




Tolkien's World : Paintings of Middle-Earth


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fantastical world (15.03.04) by Editorial Reviews from Amazon The fantastical world of J.R.R. tolkien's Middle-earth is a land of rugged valleys and strange gothic forests inhabited by wizards and goblins. This world comes to life within the vast vaults of our imagination--and it may unnerve devotees of The Hobbit, Silmarillion, and The Lord of the Rings to physically encounter this world in paint and paper. Can the full evilness of Smaug, that demon of jaws and fire, ever be reproduced in a picture? Thankfully and reassuringly, tolkien's World does not denigrate our very personal conceptions of this place in any way. An array of talented artists conjure up brilliant images on canvas, inspired by specific passages from the texts. Alan Lee's style is whimsical and enticing--his landscapes of Mount Doom and Tol Brandir are enveloped in a foggy veil, the elf lady Galadriel glows in an strange light standing "tall and pale." In contrast, John Howe's works are bold and dramatic, reflecting terrifying encounters with trolls, dragons, and creatures of "sting and of claws." These and other fabled paintings only add to our dreams of Middle-earth. --Naomi Gesinger paint word-pictures (15.03.04) by Editorial Reviews from Barnes & Noble If it is the author's job to paint word-pictures, few writers have accomplished the task more brilliantly than J.R.R. Tolkien, whose timeless fantasy classics have literally taken readers to another place. And what a place it is! The Middle-earth so graphically depicted in The Hobbit, The Rings Trilogy, and The Silmarillion is a breathtaking world of misty valleys and craggy tors, placid lakes and raging rivers, steamy bogs and glad green glades -- a magical kingdom inhabited by such unforgettable characters as the Great Goblin, Smaug the dragon, and the great wizard Gandolf. Small wonder this wonderland has provided such a rich source of inspiration for artists! In this book nine talented painters contribute powerful interpretations of Middle-earth, each one accompanied by the text that inspired it. Artists include Inger Edelfeldt, Tony Galuidi, Roger Garland, Robert Goldsmith, Michael Hague, John Howe, Alan Lee, Ted Nasmith, and Carol Emery Phenix. 8 1/4" x 11". Color illustrations.. From the PublisherEach painting is accompanied by a page of text drawn from the work that inspired it, describing the scene the artist has chosen to illustrate.


In my last article of book recommendations I focused on hobbits. This time around I decided to look at books all about the art of Middle-earth. There are many talented artists who have brought this mythical world to life through their work, one of them including the Professor himself. The following list of books are filled with beautiful sketches, paintings, drawings, you name it! 041b061a72


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