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'''Inger Edelfeldt''' is a Swedish artist who has created numerous [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]-related illustrations, including illustrations for the [[Tolkien Calendar 1985]] and [[The 1985 J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar]]. His [[:Image:Inger Edelfeldt - Gollum.jpg|version]] of [[Gollum]] is actually himself staring in a mirror.
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'''Inger Edelfeldt''' ([[1956]]-) is a Swedish author, translator and artist who has created numerous [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]-related illustrations, including illustrations for the [[Tolkien Calendar 1985]], [[The 1985 J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar]], and the [[Tolkien Calendar 1998]]. Her [[:Image:Inger Edelfeldt - Gollum.jpg|version]] of [[Gollum]] is actually herself, staring in a mirror.
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Perhaps inspired by the fiction works of Tolkien, Edelfeldt wrote ''Missne och Robin'' (1980), her only book which can be included in the genre of fantasy<ref>Johan Sandberg, "[http://tolkiensarda.se/new/nummer/magsidor/arttre9.htm Svensk fantasy svälter]" ("Swedish Fantasy is Starving") in ''[[Tolkiens Arda]]'', issue 14, 2003.</ref>
  
 
==See also==
 
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* [[:Category:Images by Inger Edelfeldt|Images by Inger Edelfeldt]]
 
* [[:Category:Images by Inger Edelfeldt|Images by Inger Edelfeldt]]
  
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Inger Edelfeldt
Biographical information
Born1956
ImagesGallery
LocationSweden

Inger Edelfeldt (1956-) is a Swedish author, translator and artist who has created numerous Tolkien-related illustrations, including illustrations for the Tolkien Calendar 1985, The 1985 J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar, and the Tolkien Calendar 1998. Her version of Gollum is actually herself, staring in a mirror.

Perhaps inspired by the fiction works of Tolkien, Edelfeldt wrote Missne och Robin (1980), her only book which can be included in the genre of fantasy[1]

See also

External links

References

  1. Johan Sandberg, "Svensk fantasy svälter" ("Swedish Fantasy is Starving") in Tolkiens Arda, issue 14, 2003.