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Winner of seventeen Academy Awards, The Lord of the Rings was brought to the big screen by New Line Cinema and directed by Peter Jackson. Weta Workshop was intrinsically involved in the design and physical effects manufacture for all three films.


Paper Giclee by Jerry Vanderstelt
(W x H x D) 45.7 cm x 61 cm x 0.1 cm

King of the Woodland Realm, Thranduil leads a mighty host of Elven warriors.

Clad in shining plate, Thranduil marched upon the mountain fortress of Erebor. The Elf Lord sought to wrest from Thorin his share of the treasure of Erebor, by force, if necessary. Amid the uncountable coins, gold and jewels lay the White Gems of Lasgalen, above all most dear to Thranduil for once belonged to his lost queen.

Thranduil - King of the Woodland Realm giclee print joins a range of gorgeous art prints and lithographs by Jerry Vanderstelt.

It is based on our Thranduil on Elk sculpture and will make an excellent companion piece to your collection.

Tolkien's world of Middle-earth is a far-reaching story of sweeping landscapes and breathtaking castles set deep in its own detailed and ancient history. Along with its many stories, races and tales of war and honour, the books describe cities and castles equally as rich and detailed as the characters who live within them.

Weta Workshop: The Art of Film Magic

This beautiful PAPER GICLEE is printed using the finest materials available, utilizing archival inks as well as Breathing Color's "Pura Velvet" Fine Art paper. It comes signed and numbered by the artist with a Certificate of Authenticity. 

Thranduil - King of the Woodland Realm comes in a Limited Edition of 2,000.

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  1. Amazing detail!
    This piece was bigger than I expected and the detail in the piece is stunning!

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  2. Beautiful
    A phone or monitor screen does no justice to this piece. They talk up the fancy paper and inks used but it\'s for good reason, the colours are gorgeous and it certainly doesn\'t look like a cheap poster, it\'s reallybworiedbwhwn catching. Vanderstelt is now a name I will definitely be looking out for.

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