The Tamuli

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on The Tamuli, written by David Eddings,

Original Art

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The Tamuli


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Detail Image of The Tamuli art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Detail Image The Tamuli art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
Detail Image of the painting The Tamuli by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor


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The Tamuli omnibus book cover - art by Geoff Taylor
The Tamuli - art by Geoff Taylor
The Tamuli - art by Geoff Taylor
The Tamuli - art by Geoff Taylor
Concept painting for an omnibus edition of The Tamuli - art by Geoff Taylor


Description

An outgoing tide revealing swathes of sands and sea. The setting sun reflects it's light on the patches of water stetching over a bay. Sparhawk, the rider with a shield, is on horseback he carries his sword aloft. Three figures are crouched together on a rocky outcrop they are holding shining amulets. On the right a forest of firs is silhouetted by the setting sun, in the background a mountain range. The sword seems to pierce the sun's dying light.


Series

The Tamuli

Synopsis for Original Title

The Tamuli.In this trilogy, Sparhawk must proctect the eastern Tamul Empire from paranormal unrest, and northern Atan from trolls, vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghouls and ogres. Meanwhile, Queen Ehlana is taken, captive, to the Hidden City, shielded by the invincible Klael. The ultimate battle looms.


Details

Availability

Year1
1999

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
28x19 inches or 71x48 cm
Original (£1000)

Availabe to License
Yes

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