Category Archives: Art Gallery
This Nana Leonti’s piece inspired by Tigana. Nana Leonti writes: “Both my husband and I are avid fans of GGK’s works. Some days ago we were talking about favourite quotes and such from the books and he had this brilliant idea … Continue reading
This is a new design by Penguin Canada, relaunching some of the ‘historicals’ in trade paperback with a harmonized look. Tigana artwork by Henry Van Der Linde, design by Cathy MacLean. A Song for Arbonne artwork by Marie De Sousa, … Continue reading
I love these covers. I am also aware that they (like the L’Atalante covers in France for these three books which I also love) might not serve as a sufficient ‘signal’ for genre readers that what lies inside is the … Continue reading
Artist: Ingrid Schütz. Pub: Heyne Verlag. The titles mean ‘The Curse’.
Artist: Ingrid Schütz. Pub: Heyne Verlag. The titles mean ‘The Fool’.
Artist: Adaptation of Mel Odom cover Pub: Opus
Title: ‘Land of the Two Moons’ Artist: Marco Ventura, Pub: Sperling and Kupfer, Milan
German edition of Lord of Emperors. The titles mean ‘The Ninth Driver’ and ‘Lord of Emperors’ Artist: Donato Giancola Pub: Heyne Verlag
The title ‘Das Komplott‘ means ‘The Conspiracy‘. Artist: Donato Giancola Pub: Heyne Verlag
Artist: Donato Giancola Pub: Heyne Verlag
Tim Fricker’s lovingly detailed portrayal of the characters and ideas of The Fionavar Tapestry appears here. You can click on the picture for a (much) larger image, which will appear in a new window. Just close the window to get … Continue reading
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Galadan This image is available as a poster. It measures 16×6 inches, and costs $15, plus postage and packing. Email Martin Springett to order. He’ll sign it for you! Galadan of the Andain with Jenniferby Martin Springett
German paperback edition. Cover design: Buro Hamburg and Hilden Design Publisher: Piper Verlag
German hardback edition. Artist: Boris Vallejo. Pub: Bechtermünz Verlag & Scherz Verlag
German paperback edition. Artist: Gino d’Achille/Xing-Art. Pub: Heyne Verlag
France paperback edition. Artist: Marc Simonetti Publisher: Pocket
French hardback, full wrap cover. Artwork is a triple montage of a detail from the Madinat al-Zahra, one from the Villa Della Torre, and an illustration from an 11th century illuminted manuscript. Pub: l’Atalante
Pub: l’Atalante. The cover is a detail from the early Renaissance painting by Ucello, ‘The Battle of San Romano.’
French edition, front and back cover. Artwork is a series of details from 15th century frescoes by Andrea del Castagno, in Florence. Pub: l’Atalante
Artist: Sakari Tiikkaja Pub: Karisto (published in 2 volumes) Artist comments: The design for the second part continues the stained glass theme. Now the walls are made of marble instead of mahogany and the vines are now in autumn colors.
Cover Design: Thomas Niklus Pub: Varrak
Artist: Sakari Tiikkaja Pub: Karisto (published in 2 volumes) Artist comments: The idea with the look for Alessan was that it should be as generic as possible without being uninteresting so as not to give the reader too defined a visualization … Continue reading
Artist: Geoff Taylor Pub: Meulenhoff
This image is available as a poster. It measures 16×6 inches, and costs $15, plus postage and packing. Email Martin Springett to order. He’ll sign it for you! Eilathen of the Lake by Martin Springett
2001 UK paperback edition of A Song for Arbonne Artist: Bill Gregory Pub: Earthlight
2001 UK paperback edition of The Lions of Al-Rassan Artist: Bill Gregory Pub: Earthlight
Artist: Jan P. Krásny. Pub: Talpress.
Artist: Milan Dubnicky Publiser: Talpress
This image is available as a poster. It measures 16×6 inches, and costs $15, plus postage and packing. Email Martin Springett to order. He’ll sign it for you! The Goddess Dana by Martin Springett
Dutch reprint edition of A Song for Arbonne. The name was changed from Een Lied Voor Arbonne to Een Lofzang Voor Arbonne because apparently Lofzang is a ‘better’ word for ‘song’ in the context of praise or an ode (it means pipe, literally). Artist: Adaptation … Continue reading