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Alan Lee’s Tolkien Paintings–31 to 40

Alan Lee Tolkien Graphics 31 to 40
Alan Lee Tolkien Graphics 31 to 40

These images below are thumbnail images. Click on a thumbnail to load the full size version which resides at The University of Sweden.

The full size images are very large. Even the thumbnails are large enough to be usable. I have divided Alan Lee’s artwork into more than one page because of its extensiveness and the size of the thumbnail images.

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This page is relies on the work of Brad Spencer and his page eldar.org Tolkien Art Gallery. Brad’s page allows you to group pictures into one request; this page is designed for individual, one at a time down loading.


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The Ruined City of Anárion

The Ruined City of Anárion: Anárion was the son of Elendil and the brother of Isildur, and with them established the Realms in Exile in Middle–earth after the downfall of Númenor.

The Silmarillion


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The Mountains That Border The Land of Mordor

The dark, volcanic land of Mordor. Volcanoes are traditionally thought of as the abode of gods, and they give birth to new land.

The Two Towers and The Return of the King


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Shelob

Shelob is featured in the October, 1993 Tolkien calendar.

Led by the treacherous Smeagol, Sam and Frodo encounterShelob.

The Two Towers


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The Two Orcs Gorbag and Shagrat

Gorbag and Shagrat are two Orcs who came across Frodo’s cocooned body after encountering Shelob and took him back to Cirith Ungol.

The Two Towers


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Gandalf Before Theoden

Brad Spenser says:

In this painting, one would suspect that this is Gandalf and a hobbit before a King. It could not be Theoden, as the Hobbits did not meet Theoden in his hall, therefore, it must be Gandalf and Pippin before Denethor. Note that Gandalf is holding the two halves of Boromir’s horn.

The Two Towers


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Minas Tirith

Minas Tirith was the the heavily fortified capital of Gondor.

The Return of the King


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Eowyn and Aragorn

This painting shows the cup of parting that Eowyn gives to Aragorn just before he leaves for the Paths of the Dead.

The Return of the King


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The Paths of the Dead

This painting shows the switch back paths of the Paths of the Dead.

The Return of the King


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The siege of Gondor

This painting is featured in the September, 1993 Tolkien calendar.

Gondor was the greatest realm of Men in Middle Earth.

The Return of the King


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The Battle of the Pelennor Fields

This painting is featured in Tolkien’s World.

Gathering for battle, the forces of the West meet on battle with that of the East.

Stern now was Eomer’s mood, and his mind clear again. He let blow the horns to rally all men to his banner that could come thither; for he thought to make a great shield–wall at the last, and stand, and fight there on foot till all fell, and do deeds of song on the fields of Pelennor, thought no man should be left in the West to remember the last King of the Mark.

The Return of the King

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