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The Lord of the Rings: A Book of 20 Postcards

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The Lord of the Rings: A Book of 20 Postcards
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IllustratorTed Nasmith (cover)
PublisherHarperCollins
Released2000
FormatSoftcover
ISBN0-261-10403-9

The Lord of the Rings: A Book of 20 Postcards is a book containing twenty postcards with illustrations inspired by The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

[edit] Contents

  1. David Alter: Bilbo's Great Adventure
  2. Lode Claes: The Old Forest
  3. Stephen Walsh: Carn Dûm
  4. Stephen Hickman: The Parapets of Angband
  5. Ted Nasmith: Riders at the Ford
  6. John Howe: Horseman in the Night
  7. Ted Nasmith: Gandalf Escapes on Gwaihir
  8. Cor Blok: The Chamber of Mazarbul
  9. Stephen Hickman: Gandalf and the Balrog
  10. Cor Blok: Frodo's Vision
  11. Cor Blok: The Battle of the Hornburg
  12. Alan Lee: The Window on the West
  13. Luca Michelucci: "Forward, Theoden kinghts!"
  14. David Wyatt: Eowyn and the Nazgûl
  15. Alan Lee: The Black Gate Opens
  16. Ted Nasmith: Across Gorgoroth
  17. John Howe: The End of the Third Age
  18. Alan Lee: Return to the Shire
  19. David Wyatt: The Grey Havens
  20. Roger Garland: Middle-earth

[edit] From the back

A book of 20 postcards featuring paintings inspired by the work of J.R.R. Tolkien. Artists include Ted Nasmith, John Howe, Alan Lee, Roger Garland, Cor Blok and Stephen Hickman.