Map of Wilderland
J.R.R. Tolkien

1937

This pictorial map is designed to appeal to children. Packed with detail, it rewards the attentive reader with glimpses of the giant spiders lurking in Mirkwood, the huts of the Woodmen nestled in the forest further south, and the menacing figure of Smaug flying over the Lonely Mountain.

This map appeared as the endpaper in the first edition of The Hobbit. Although it was drawn by Tolkien in blue and black ink, the publishers printed it in a more eye-catching red and black. MS. Tolkien Drawings 35. Reproduced with kind permission of The Tolkien Estate Limited for the Bodleian Libraries exhibition Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth.

© The Tolkien Estate Limited 1937.

Share this print  
Step 1: choose the material
Step 2: choose the size
Step 3: choose finishings and framing
Image total size 25.0 x 19.6 cm
Print total size 29.0 x 23.6 cm

Add to cart
£12.00  

Paper without frame
The reproduction is rolled in a rigid tube for shipping.
Fine Art Giclée printing is commonly used at a professional level for the reproduction of works of art. The inkjet printing technique uses natural pigments which are highly light-resistant. We use a special 260g/m2 matte Fine Art paper for high-quality reproductions.
The work will be printed according to the measures you have requested and will include an additional white border.