The Way Beneath

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on The Way Beneath, written by Angus Wells,

Original Art

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The Way Beneath


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The Way Beneath - art by Geoff Taylor
The Way Beneath - art by Geoff Taylor
The Way Beneath - art by Geoff Taylor
Im Land des Greifs - Jane Welch - art by Geoff Taylor


Description

In this painting by Geoff Taylor we see in the distance the sun setting behind a mountain range in a valley a river flows past a castle built on its bank a wooden boat with a single sail goes by. Up river bank is a wood of fir trees looking rather bare and in the foreground peering over to the river are three riders on horseback, two are holding spears.


Series

The Kingdoms

Synopsis for Original Title

The Way Beneath. Years ago, the sacred Book of Kyrie prophesied that a champion would lead the Three Kingdoms in battle against the demonic sorcerer Taws and his barbarian Horde-sent by the wrathful war-god Ashar to tear the kingdoms apart. When the young prince Kedryn Caitin defeated Taws and his forces, the Three Kingdoms joined in proclaiming him and Wynett begin life together, all are certain that the battle is over at last. But concealed by darkness, Ashar's anger simmers-and he waits. His minion may have failed. But his diabolical cause is not forgotten. . .


Details

Availability

Year1
1990

Medium2
Gouache on Artboard

Size approx.3
25x16 inches or 63x40 cm
Original (£600)

Availabe to License
Yes

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