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Alan Lee’s Tolkien Paintings–41 to 50

Alan Lee Tolkien Graphics 41 to 50
Alan Lee Tolkien Graphics 41 to 50

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.

You can right–click either the thumbnail or full size image and save a copy to your system. Please do this if you want a copy. Please do not reference this page on Gandolf dot Com in an anchor tag; use your copy instead.

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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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After The Battle Of The Pelennor Fields

In this painting one notes the remains of the Witch King of Angamr after the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.

The Return of the King


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The Dark Tower in Mordor

The Dark Tower in Mordor is the seat of the Eye of Mordor.

The Return of the King


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Cirith Ungol

This painting is featured in Tolkien’s World.

Sam and Frodo must pass through Cirth Ungol to enter Mordor.

In the dreadful light Sam stood aghast, for not, looking to his left, he could see the Tower of Cirith Ungol in all its strength.

The Return of the King


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The Orcs

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

Orcs were a race of creatures used as soldiers and henchmen by Morgoth, Sauron and Saruman.

The Return of the King


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Mount Doom

This painting is featured in Tolkien’s World.

He looked back, and then he looked up; and he was amazed to see how far his last effort had brought him. The Mountain standing ominous and alone had looked taller than it is.

The Return of the King


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The Swan Ships

This painting is of the swan ships, in particular those of Cirdan the shipwright. It illustrates the depth of feeling that the Elves have for the sea. The swan ships took elves, and Bilbo, to the abode of the dead.

The Return of the King


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The White Tree

This white tree is in the court at Minas Tirith. It has leaves; therefore, this must be the white tree that Aragorn planted.

The Return of the King


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Old Bilbo In Rivendell

Bilbo Baggins spends his last days writing of his adventures with Gandalf and the dwarfs.

The Return of the King


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Going Home

This painting is that of Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippen on their trip back to the Shire. They seemed to have discovered that something is amiss. One can not miss the trees which are chopped down and the smoke rising from the Mill.

The Return of the King


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Flying Ring Wraith

A painting of a ring wraith, a Nazgul, on its fell mount.

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