The Adventures of Florin & Lorenzo

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on 'The Adventures of Florin & Lorenzo'

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The Adventures of Florin & Lorenzo


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Detail Image Florin and Lorenzo - art by Geoff Taylor
Detail Image Florin and Lorenzo - art by Geoff Taylor


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The Adventures of Florin and Lorenzo by Robert Earl - art by Geoff Taylor
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Description

A Warhammer book cover art called The Adventures of Florin and Lorenzo by Robert Earl. In this painting by Geoff Taylor Florin d'Artaud has his sword and dagger in his hands tucked in his belt he has a pistol. Lorenzo has a long bladed dagger and another dagger in his hands they are fighting and being chased by ogres. One Ogre has a spiked club in one hand and a knuckle duster on the other. In the background a sabre toothed large cat, like a leopard or a tiger has his mouth wide open. Snow covered mountain setting.


Synopsis

When a life of debt and debauchery catches up with him, Bretonnian nobleman Florin d'Artaud is forced to flee his homeland and turn to a life of adventure. Accompanied by his manservant Lorenzo, Florin travels to the wildest reaches of the Old World, battling all manner of strange foes. From the steamy jungles of Lustria to the icy wastes of the Ogre Kingdoms, will our heroes ever find enough gold and glory to let them return home?


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Year1
2009

Medium2
Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
17x22 inches or 43x55 cm
Original (£800)

Availabe to Licence
No

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