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Jef Murray

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'''Jef Murray''' has painted and sketched numerous [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]-related images for publications such as the [[Amon Hen journal]], [[Parma Nole]], and [[Mallorn]]. He has also had Tolkien-related work featured in the St. Austin Review, a journal of Catholic culture.
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'''Jef Murray''', employed by the Pitts Theology Library of [[Wikipedia:Emory University|Emory University]] in Atlanta, has painted and sketched numerous [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]-related images for publications such as the [[Amon Hen (journal)|Amon Hen journal]], [[Parma Nole]], and the [[Mallorn (journal)|Mallorn journal]]. He has also had Tolkien-related work featured in the St. Austin Review, a journal of Catholic culture.
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In 2009, Murray made the illustrations for [[Hilary Tolkien]]'s ''[[Black and White Ogre Country]]''.
  
 
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Jef Murray
Biographical information
LocationDecatur, Georgia
WebsiteOfficial web site

Jef Murray, employed by the Pitts Theology Library of Emory University in Atlanta, has painted and sketched numerous Tolkien-related images for publications such as the Amon Hen journal, Parma Nole, and the Mallorn journal. He has also had Tolkien-related work featured in the St. Austin Review, a journal of Catholic culture.

In 2009, Murray made the illustrations for Hilary Tolkien's Black and White Ogre Country.

See Also