Racing against time for the life that ebbs from the Ringbearer's pierced and poisoned body with each hoof beat, the Elf maid makes for the Ford of the Bruinen with the Nine at her heels!
Arwen's pursuers are no ordinary riders robed in black, but the Nazgûl, the Ringwraiths, Sauron's greatest servants, lead by the malevolent Witch-king whose jagged morgul knife drew the Hobbit's blood, its tip breaking off to worm its enchanted way towards his heart. Only in Rivendell and by her father Elrond's arts can his life be saved, if only she can reach the watchful water at the borders of his realm in time...
One of the most menacing encounters with the Black Riders, the scene gets the adrenalin pumping in The Fellowship of the Ring.
There are people of extraordinary talent operating in today's world that have similar skills as the great masters of yesteryear. It just happens to be that the canvas that they paint on is the darkened screen of the cinemas of the world.
Painted by Gus Hunter: longtime Weta Workshop conceptual designer who started on The Lord Of The Rings trilogy alongside Jeremy Bennett and was an early adopter of the digital painting techniques we use today.
The external dimensions of the print are 23.2in x 11.7in (590mm x 297mm) and the printed area is 20.9in x 8.9in (530mm x 235mm). A lovely cinematic format.
It's printed on good quality 170 gsm satin paper and ships rolled up in a VERY sturdy poster tube. It will arrive in pristine condition, ready to be framed and hung, pride of place, in your home.