Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The Harry Potter Book Cover Art Series
Fine Art Giclee Print on Paper
||Clampett Studio Collections
||7: Harry, Hermione, Buckbeak (the
Hippogriff), a werewolf, two Dementors and Sirius Black
||March 7, 2008
||11” H x 25” W
||15” H X 29” W
- This is image is taken from the book cover for “Harry
Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban,” the third in the
seven-book series by esteemed writer J.K. Rowling.
- The Harry Potter Series is noted as the best-selling
fictional series in history.
- The original image was drawn and painted by noted artist
- This is the first time J.K. Rowling has allowed this art
to be used for anything but the book covers. They can only
be reproduced as fine art prints.
- GrandPré incorporates elements and characters of each
Harry Potter novel in the book covers. In “The Prisoner of
Azkaban” cover, we see Harry and Hermione riding aboard
Buckbeak the Hippogriff to Sirius Black’s rescue, Lupin in
his werewolf form, the Whopping Willow tree and the
Dementors who are in Hogwarts, looking for Sirius.
- The illustrations of renown artist Mary GrandPré have
appeared in each of the Harry Potter books. Her work has
also appeared in Time Magazine and The Atlantic Monthly.
Additionally, her talent for environment/scenery has been
used for Dreamworks on the production of Antz.
- This fine art Giclee print on paper can be purchased
individually or as a matched set, and is published in an
edition of 500.
- Each piece in the edition is hand-signed by Mary
TM & (C) 2008 Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
Harry Potter Publishing Rights (C) J.K. Rowling.