The Turquoise

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on The Turquoise, written by Anya Seton,

Original Art

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The Turquoise


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The Turquoise - art by Geoff Taylor


A vast landscape with a mountain in the distance dusk twilight. A woman is sitting on a rock and a man in a top hat stands a little distance behind her. A village nestles in the valley behind them.

Synopsis for Original Title

It was not that Fey Cameron was so beautiful. It was just that she seemed to be. There had always been something regal about her. Despite her humble background, she carried herself like a princess. There was another remarkable thing about Fey. She was gifted with second sight-a frightening and awesome power for one so young.




Gouache on Artboard

Size approx.3
28x17 inches or 71x43 cm
Original (£400)

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