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Visions of a Lost Realm
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The Exhibition will contain the largest ever display of the artwork (including new original pieces and new Limited Edition Prints) of the world renowned Tolkien Illustrator, Ted Nasmith who will be attending throughout.

In addition the Tolkien inspired artist Ruth Lacon will be exhibiting her artwork and attending throughout. Her wonderful style contrasts dramatically to that of Ted Nasmith and reflects a more mediaeval and eastern style. Her works are seen in many decent Tolkien books, the most famous is the Tale of Gondolin.

Also announced is a special guest, no one less then Alan Lee. From his hand is the design for The Children of Hurin jacket. The Children of Hurin will also feature colour paintings and pencil drawings by Alan Lee, illustrator of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Centenary Edition and Oscar®-winning designer of the film trilogy.


http://www.tolkienlibrary.com/press/visions-of-a-lost-realm.php

http://www.adcbooks.co.uk

I'm there from friday 'till monday. Anyone else who is going?

Posted on: 2007/4/12 10:06


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I will be there for a while on Saturday or Sunday, depending on how much 'real life' intervenes.

It will be interesting to see Alan Lee's paintings close up - I am not a huge fan of his, but some of the illustrations for CoH look great.

Posted on: 2007/4/12 11:51


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I am going to be there on Monday. The pictures in the book are excellent so I am really looking forward to seeing the originals, and hopefully getting Alan to doodle some pictures in my books.

Posted on: 2007/4/12 16:04






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