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German artist '''Anke Katrin Eißmann''' (also spelled '''Eissmann''') (born [[1977]])has created numerous [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]-inspired illustrations.
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'''Anke Katrin Eißmann''' (born [[1977]]) is a German artist. She was introduced to the world of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] in [[1991]], and has created many pieces of art inspired by his books. Eißmann's work had been popular on the Internet for some time when she was asked to attend [[Tolkien 2005]], filling an artists' panel with [[Alan Lee]] and [[Ted Nasmith]]. That same year, her art was used in ''[[Ringers: Lord of the Fans]]''.
  
View her [[:Category:Images by Anke Eißmann|gallery]].
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==See also==
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*[[:Category:Images by Anke Eißmann|Images by Anke Eißmann]]
  
== External Links ==
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==External links==
* '''[http://anke.edoras-art.de/anke_home.html Official Website]'''
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*'''[http://anke.edoras-art.de/anke_home.html Official Website]'''
  
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Revision as of 22:44, 22 December 2012

Anke Eißmann.jpg
Anke Katrin Eißmann
Biographical information
Born1977 in Dillenburg, Germany
LocationWeimar, Germany

Anke Katrin Eißmann (born 1977) is a German artist. She was introduced to the world of J.R.R. Tolkien in 1991, and has created many pieces of art inspired by his books. Eißmann's work had been popular on the Internet for some time when she was asked to attend Tolkien 2005, filling an artists' panel with Alan Lee and Ted Nasmith. That same year, her art was used in Ringers: Lord of the Fans.

See also

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