The Tolkien Years Of The Brothers Hildebrandt

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  • The million-selling Lord of the Rings calendars created during the ’70s by renowned fantasy artists Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are now considered artistic masterpieces.

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  • Artists
    Tim Hildebrandt  
    Greg Hildebrandt, Jr.  
    Author
    Greg Hildebrandt, Jr.  
    Binding
    trade paperback  
    Cat No.
    2653099  
    Genre
    Art & Design  
    ISBN
    9781606903490  
    Previews
    Previews july 2012  
    Publisher
    Dynamite Entertainment  
    Series
    Independents  
    Type
    Graphic Novels  
  • The million-selling Lord of the Rings calendars created during the ’70s by renowned fantasy artists Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are now considered artistic masterpieces.

    This coffee table art book, The Tolkien Years of the Brothers Hildebrandt, collects all that fantastic art, while telling the untold story behind the creation of those cherished illustrations! It’s a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the work of two renowned fantasy artists written through the eyes of their closest family member providing Tolkien-lovers with a fantastic treasury of Lord of the Rings art… the movies of which have now grossed billions worldwide! Written by Greg Hildebrandt, Jr., Greg Hildebrandt’s son, this book tells the story through the eyes of young Gregory when, at ages five, six, and seven, he posed for the various “little people” characters known as the Hobbits. Gregory reminisces about his key role in the development of these calendar paintings and the unique creative ingenuity of his father and uncle. This updated and expanded edition includes all new pages with commentary and exclusive material.

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