The Saints of the Sword

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on The Saints of the Sword, written by John Marco,

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The Saints of the Sword


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The Saints of the Sword - art by Geoff Taylor


In this painting by Geoff Taylor the background has a fantasy city with twinkling lights. There are many plumes of smoke leading to a twilight of reds brown colours lit by the moon. In the foreground are three men in armour one leaning on a large rock looking towards the viewer the other two stand with spears, shields and swords waiting for instructions.


The Tyrants and Kings: No 3

Synopsis for Original Title

The Saints of the Sword. Emperor Biagio, once a madman, now wants peace. However, his cruelest minions are amassing an army to usurp his throne. Biagio sends the governor's illegitimate son, Alazrian Leth, who has magical talents, on a mission to convince outlawed priest Jahl Rob and the Saints of the Sword to search for the exiled ruler of Aramoor and the mysterious people called the Triin.




Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
26x17 inches or 66x43 cm
Original (£1000)

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