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Press Release: Tolkien Art Exhibit in Italy.

February 11, 2003 at 5:12 am by Tehanu  - 

The fantasy event of the year has arrived! A journey through the Middle Earth with more than 130 works of art by the most important illustrators of “The Lord of the Rings” from around the world, including Angus McBride, Ted Nasmith, Roger Garland, the Brothers Hildebrandt, Alan Lee, Lode Claes, Donato Giancola, Rob Alexander, Angelo Montanini, Luca Michelucci, Capucine Mazille, April Lee, Stephen Walsh, Randy Asplund, David Wyatt and others. It is the most complete exhibition on the theme of “The Lord of the Rings” ever put together. Throughout the period of the show there will be various related events, as enclosed. All the information is on the exhibition website

Exhibition opening times: Morning: 10:00 -13:00. holidays; weekdays upon reservation Afternoon: 16:00 – 20:00. holidays, weekdays: 16 :00- 19:00. Closed on Mondays Info and reservations: Marche Meeting: tel. 071 7931484; e-mail

The show was launched in Riccione, Italy, in the medieval Agolanti Castle during the month of August and it was proposed again to the Italian public: in Forl?, Palazzo Albertini from 19th December 2002 to 6th January 2003. Visited by over a thousand people during the 15 days. in Rome, Castel S.Angelo from 13th January to 2nd February 2003, under the patronage of the Ministry of Arts and Culture. Visited by over 15.000 people.

Thanks, Best regards, Davide Martini

PS. In order to give the exhibition a social purpose and not just an artistic one, we have also decided to contribute to the setting up of a fund entitled “All children need to dream” (UNICEF manage this fund). Arte20 has created this fund specifically for the occasion and 10% of the entire takings deriving from the sale of tickets to the exhibition will go towards it (

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