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Author Luis Royo

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62 x 50  cm
24.41 x 19.69  inch


Watercolor, acrylic with airbrush and oil on paper.

Painted surface 49 x 36 cm (19.29 x 14.17 in ) in a format of 62 x 50 cm (24.41 x 19.69 in)

Year of realization 2001

Signed on the bottom right of the piece.


Cover of the novel The Prince of Shadow (Seven Brothers) by the writer Curt Benjamin, edited by Daw editorial (USA)

Illustration published on the inside of the author's book Visions, pages 30 - 31. Edited in different languages and distributed internationally.
Llesho was seven when the Harn invade his family’s mountain kingdom of Thebin. Sold into slavery on Pearl Island, he was, as far as he knew, the sole survivor of his royal family. When Llesho was ten, the old man called Lleck secretly began to undertake the boy’s education. But when Llesho was fifteen, Lleck died, and his spirit visited the boy while he worked the pearl beds, revealing his true destiny to him. All six of his older brothers were still alive! Llesho must win his freedom, find and rescue his brothers, and with their help raise an army against the evil Harn. As a pearl diver he would never be allowed off the island. So Llesho petitioned his lord to be trained as a gladiator, thus taking the first step on a road that would lead to conflicts with sorcerers, encounters with the avatars of gods, and a dangerous journey in search of the widely scattered family he had never expected to see again....
The Prince of Shadow
Within the large trunk of dreams, and magic casket of what is usually called sword and fantasy, we can get lost in the maze that appears when we open the lid.


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