Gandalf

Gandalf briefly handling the One Ring after removing it from Frodo's fireplace, as detailed in the Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien; styled as a Medieval manuscript illustration.

The Elvish lettering reads:

By the light of the small hearth fire,
Gandalf took the ring from the tongs and was
not burned for it was quite cool.

Original

Worked area: 11 x 18 inches; canvas background surround.

Materials: Japanese gold, gold and silver metallic threads, gilt and silver spangles, pure silk and perle cotton on canvas.

Techniques: couched goldwork, laid and couched work (Bayeux stitch), split stitch and French knots.

Giclee

  • Premium, museum quality print on Hahnemuhle William Turner fine art paper
  • Signed by the artist
  • Limited edition of 50
  • Print measures 16.625" x 24.875", including 2.25" to 2.75" bottom heavy paper white border to offer flexibility in choice of framing solution.
  • Image size is the same as the original.

Digital Offset

  • Good quality image on white stock
  • Signed by the artist
  • Limited edition of 50
  • Print measures 14" x 20", including 1" to 2" paper white border
  • Image size is the same as the original

All works, designs and images ©Liz Heffner 2013, unless otherwise noted