Spectacular Lord of the Rings Eowyn and the Nazgul Statue.
Based on John Howe's original artwork.
The toughest woman of the Rohirrim, Éowyn of Rohan is the slayer of the dreaded Witch-king in J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. And here she is! Featuring a faux-bronze finish, this spectacular Lord of the Rings Eowyn and the Nazgul Statue is cast in polystone resin, a material that enables intricate detail, and sits on a black marbled polystone base that's cast using a process that creates a unique marbling effect for each individual piece. A limited edition of just 300 pieces, it measures 24-inches wide x 19-inches long x 11 4/5-inches tall.
Fair but fierce, Éowyn's rage and terror are clear to see as she prepares to slay the fell-beast and its rider, the Lord of the Nazgûl, in this incredible Lord of the Rings Eowyn and the Nazgul Statue, the second sculpture in Weta's range of The Art of John Howe. Based on Howe's original artwork done for the 1991 Tolkien Calendar, this is a painting he has long wanted to see become a sculpture. The original painting was stolen in 1997 from the Médiathèque of Sedan in France, along with "Gandalf the Grey" and "The Uruk-hai." Like them, it was never recovered. Take this rare opportunity to own this iconic and dynamic piece!
The Art of John Howe - Sculptures from Middle-earth is a series of sculptures from Howe's iconic representations of Tolkien's worlds, sculpted by Weta Workshop's Daniel Cockersell, Brigitte Wuest, and Eden Small under the creative guidance of John Howe and Richard Taylor.