Geoff's Website

Black and white illustration prices are on request and will be between £20 and 160

Geoff Taylor has illustrated book covers for many publishers around the world for over 40 years. Geoff is best known within the Fantasy and Sci Fiction genres for his book cover art. working with authors such as Raymond E. Feist, David Eddings, Katharine Kerr, Jack Vance and many others. Warhammer Rulebook

Geoff has created paintings for Games Workshop, the largest role-playing games company in the world, for use on their White Dwarf magazine, Warhammer box covers and bookcovers for the Black Library. Wolf from Wolf Brother

There are also hundreds more illustrations inside books, such as The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness: (Illustration from Wolf Brother Book 1) a series of 6 books by Michelle Paver. Geoff was also one of the illustrators for Jeff Waynes Musical Version of The War of the Worlds Album booklet.

Siesta - wolf cubs resting

Geoff is also an accomplished wildlife artist, this can be seen in the detail of his wildlife art, paintings of wolves, owls, deer and other animals. Wildlife Prints can be found in For Sale section of the website.

To view the artwork, many of which are for sale, go to Galleries then select from the list.


The Custodians This Painting is for Sale

The Custodians tells of a visitor to a French monastery, and of one specially built tiny room which is constructed precisely on the intersection of mysterious force fields, so that anyone who enters is able to foresee the future. Paradise Beach is the story of a wall-screen whose image of the sea attunes itself to the individual perceptions of the onlooker. Piper at the Gates of Dawn is set towards the end of the next millennium when the stories about the coming of the mysterious white bird of...

Behold the Man This Painting is for Sale

Behold the Man. Meet Karl Glogauer, time traveller and unlikely Messiah. When he finds himself in Palestine in the year 29AD he is shocked to meet the man known as Jesus Christ, hiding in the shadows of the carpenter's shop in Nazareth. But if he is not capable of fulfilling his historical role, then who will take his place?

The Key Word and other Mysteries This Painting is for Sale

The Key Word and Other Mysteries is a collection of mystery short stories by American author Isaac Asimov, featuring his boy detective Larry. A British edition cover art and illustrations were by Geoff Taylor and adding one additional story was issued by Pan Books in 1982.

The Gamblers Fortune

One A Thief...The renowned theif Livak employed her great courage and cunning to escape the evil, mindbending sorcery of the Elietimm -- with the help of Ryshad, the noble swordsman who stole the beautiful bandit's heart. Now a fortune awaits her and her beloved, if Livak can secure a powerful, ancient, and forgotten magic that the Empire seeks to defend itself from its enemies. But there are others who covet the secrets of these lost arts....

Black Jade This Painting is for Sale

Valashu Elahad rescued the Lightstone from the dark hell of the enemy's own city, only to have his triumph overturned. Once more the Lord of Lies has the sacred gem in his possession and its power is invincible. Val burns with shame. Treachery surrounds him. His only hope is the Black Jade that lies buried in the heart of a cursed and blighted forest, forgotten since the War of the Stone. Through this, the greatest black gelstei ever created, Val will seek to understand the darkness inside...

The Demon Spirit

The Demon Spirit. Elbryab and Pony hope that the tide of darkness unleashed on Corona in "The Demon Awakens" is at last receding. Yet despite past sacrifices and endeavours there is no sign that evil is on the retreat. It falls to the two to deal with dangerous magic.

The White Horse Gang This Painting is for Sale

To raise money for one of them to join her parents in America, three youngsters plan a kidnapping which fortunately backfires but places them in greater danger.

Hall of Whispers This Painting is for Sale

Marrimian, a kind, fair-minded leader, claims her right to the throne when her father dies, but the people fear starvation and begin a revolution lead by Marrimian's bitter younger sister, Pinvey.

Merlins Wood

In the depths of Broceliande - an ancient French woodland - Merlin and the enchantress Vivien play out their deadly feud. Martin and Rebecca are ensnared by the forest's net of enchantment, and she is sucked into its twilight world.