The Diamond Throne (v2)

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on The Diamond Throne (v2), written by David Eddings,

Original Art

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The Diamond Throne (v2)


Detail Image(s)

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Detail Image The Diamond Throne version 2 - art by Geoff Taylor
Detail Image The Diamond Throne version 2 - art by Geoff Taylor
Detail Image The Diamond Throne version 2 - art by Geoff Taylor


Cover(s)

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The Diamond Throne paperback edition - art by Geoff Taylor
concept painting for the Diamond Throne V2 - art by Geoff Taylor


Description

This painting by Geoff Taylor is called The Diamond Throne Version 2, the colours were digitally altered by the publisher prior to printing the cover, this picture above is the original painting. The queen sitting majestically in a fantasy vista of crystal rocks, stars and planets. Below a rider on horseback with a sword held aloft and shield and with a hawk emblem upon it.


Series

The Elenium book 1

Synopsis for Original Title

The Diamond Throne. After a long spell of exile, Sparhawk, Pandion Knight and the Queen’s champion, returns to his native land to find it overrun with evil and intrigue – and his young Queen grievously ill. Indeed, Ehlana lies magically entombed within a block of crystal, doomed to die unless a cure can be found within a year. But as Sparhawk and his allies, who include Sephrenia, the ageless sorceress, and Flute, the strange and powerful girl-child seek to save Ehlana and the land, they discover that the evil is even greater and more pervasive than they feared…


Details

Availability

Year1
2005

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
16x25 inches or 40x63 cm
Original (£1000)

Availabe to License
Yes

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