Éowyn and the Nazgûl™ is the second sculpture in our range of The Art of John Howe.
The sculpture is based on John's original artwork originally done for the 1991 Tolkien Calendar.
This is a painting John has long wanted to see become a sculpture. Fair but fierce, Éowyn's rage and terror is clear to see as she prepares to slay the fell-beast and its rider, the Lord of the Nazgûl.
The original painting was stolen in 1997 from the Médiathèque of Sedan in France, along with "Gandalf the Grey" and "the Uruk-hai". Like them, it was never recovered.
This is a rare opportunity to own this iconic and dynamic piece.
The Art of John Howe - Sculptures from Middle-earth™ is a series of sculptures from John's iconic representations of Tolkien's worlds, sculpted by Weta sculptors Daniel Cockersell, Brigitte Wuest and Eden Small under the creative guidance of John Howe and Richard Taylor.
The bronze statue sits on a natural wood base.
Your bronze sculpture will be carefully packed in a wooden crate for the safest possible delivery.
A Certificate of Authenticity signed by John Howe and Richard Taylor.
Orders can be placed by e-mail or fax (+64 4 380 9256). Please include the following information:
Edition numbers will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The first person to secure an edition number by paying a deposit also earns the right to first refusal [valid for one month] on the matching edition number on subsequent sculptures in this series. This means that edition numbers already reserved for Smaug the Golden are also reserved for this piece, but may again become available.
Freight costs will be confirmed on confirmation of your order. Freight to the United States is approximately US$500.
Any Import Duties and Taxes due are the responsibility of the Purchaser.
Delivery will take up to 6 months as the pieces will be made to order.
There are no Weta Dollars available for this item, nor can Weta Dollars be used to purchase it.
I love John Howe's watercolour work, but it may be that sculpture... Read more.
I love John Howe's watercolour work, but it may be that sculpture is his true medium. He really knows how to create a dynamic composition, full of movement and drama, yet still elegant. This is a wonderful portrayal of this moment. Hide.
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Its a beautiful sculpture and i only wish i had the money... Read more.
Its a beautiful sculpture and i only wish i had the money to buy it! I love the level of detail involved in the sculpture and feel it gives play to the moment incredibly well Hide.
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