Jenny Dolfen

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Jenny Dolfen (born 1975) is a German illustrator and teacher.

She was born in Bremerhaven, and in 2001, she received a degree in English and Latin at the University of Cologne. Dolfen has also worked as a foreign language assistant in Shropshire, England and lives near Aachen with her husband and her two children.

She has done artwork for several role-playing games, such as Fuller Flippers' Quest Cards, Action Studios' Realms of Wonder, Final Sword Productions' The World of Erien and the German Das Schwarze Auge.[1]

She is also known for her fan art based on the works of J. R. R. Tolkien (chiefly The Silmarillion) and George R. R. Martin (A Song of Ice and Fire).

She won the inaugural Tolkien Society award in the category "best artwork" in 2014, for her watercolour “Eärendil the Mariner“[2]

The Art of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire (2005) includes some of her art.[2][3]

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