Lord of the Rings - The Last March of the Ents Poster Print By Jim Ferguson

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Lord of the Rings - The Last March of the Ents Poster Print. Print of original ink and Copic marker drawing by Jim Ferguson.

Comes in 6 options.

5"x11" printed on 100lbs poster paper.

5"x11" print framed in a simple black frame with a white mat. Mats are signed in the lower right hand corner.

12"x24" Giclee print on heavy weight matte paper. Print will be rolled an shipped in a tube.

12"x24" print framed in a simple black frame with a white mat. Mats are signed in the lower right hand corner.

16"x36"x.75" Canvas wrapped Print

Canvas prints require some extra time for shipping, as these are made to order.

24"x53" Giclee print on heavy weight matte paper. Print will be rolled an shipped in a tube

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Reviews (3)

Average:

I am thrilled to finally have this beautiful print of Treebeard, Merry, and Pippin in my Lord of the Rings collection. The original appears to be an ink and watercolor rendering, and combines somewhat Impressionist and Folk Art styles. Very interesting and well executed piece of Middle Earth art. The shipping of this item was also very well executed. The print was first rolled, then wrapped in a plastic envelope, which was taped to prevent unraveling, then was placed into a sturdy cardboard mailing tube, and then the endcaps were taped in place.



Awesome print! Love it! Thanks! :)


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