The Forest Lord Prevents A Rash Act Poster

The Forest Lord Prevents A Rash Act by Al Goldfarb

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The Forest Lord Prevents A Rash Act Poster By Al Goldfarb


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8.00" x 5.13"


10.00" x 7.13"



The Forest Lord Prevents A Rash Act by Al Goldfarb - 8.00" x 5.13"



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The Forest Lord Prevents A Rash Act by Al Goldfarb

This is one of 195 illustrations found in the first book of the adventure/fantasy series titles "The Vine Of Hours". I am the author illustrator. Chamberlain Rathbone, cousin of the King and long trusted family friend and confident of the Crabclaws, has been empowered with an ambasador's ability to negotiate in the King's name. A war of invasion seems to be in the winds from what the King has told him, and so he wants alliances forged in anticipation of this. Rathbone, through his own sources, has been told of a powerful leader with a large standing army at his command that might be interested in offering his services for the right price. A secret meeting is set up through seconds, with an inflexible requirement that Rathbone come...

About the Artist - Al Goldfarb

Al Goldfarb

Education 1959-61 Gordon's School of Painting NYC 1962-65 Long Island Institute of Music& Art NYC 1966-70 Art Student's League NYC 1969-72 Pratt Institute NYC 1972-73 School of Visual Arts NYC 1972-75 Apprentice Tinsmith NYC 1973-74 Art Student's League NYC 1974-76 New York Studio School NYC 1975-77 Private Study with George Spaventa NYC, Paris, France Employment 1969- Artist in Residence, 'Window Silhouettes' Stained Glass and Resin Factory, NYC 1970- Free-Lance Illustrator NYC 1971- Drawing and Art History Instructor; Harlan L. Graham School; Unionville, PA 1972-73- Roman Bronze Fine Art Casting NYC 1973-74- Modern Art Foundry NYC 1978- Sculpture Assistant, New York Studio...

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