Middle Earth (from Lord of the Rings) is a stunning place with many mythical creatures I would love to see. (24)

Alan Lee - The Art of Middle-Earth

Alan Lee is such a wonderful artist. I'm so glad that he was able to work with John Howe on both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies.

"Lady of the Lake" by Alan Lee                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "Lady of the Lake," by Alan Lee.

Alan Lee.  Lovely. The swans have an air of magic about them, perhaps something like Grimm's 'The Six Swans'

Alan Lee Mythical Scene Pen, watercolor, and gouache on board 17 X 10 in.

Alan Lee's Lord of the Rings Artwork / Rivendell

Fairy and fantasy art images, fairy pictures & drawings, flower and butterfly illustrations from Fairies World. Fairies World, Fairy & Fantasy Art Gallery - Alan Lee/Rivendell©

Stone Trolls Bob, Bert and Bill from "The Hobbit" by Alan Lee

Alan Lee - The Art of Middle-Earth

The Stone Trolls - Alan Lee. His Tolkien illustrations are my absolute favourites!

Alan Lee's Lord of the Rings Artwork / lee36.jpg

Gondor, The White City. All know is that I could never draw that, let alone paint it. John Howe and Alan Lee, the gentlemen who did the conceptual art and much of the design throughout the making of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, incredible artists.

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stoneofthehapless: “ The Witch-King at Minas Morgul; art by Alan Lee From the book Tolkien’s Ring by David Day.

The Kelpie, by Alan Lee. In Celtic folklore, the kelpie was a supernatural entity in the form of a horse which would lurk underwater with only its eyes showing, and attempt to lure people into its trap. They could be distinguished from 'normal' horses by their manes, which never stopped dripping.

modern-faerie-tales: “The Kelpie” Brian Froud and Alan Lee. From Faeries Another Brian Froud image … love it

Alan Lee's Lord of the Rings Artwork / from the books, as Frodo and Sam leave the Shire, they meet the Elves going to the Grey Havens.

My favourite Tolkien art ever. Frodo meets Gildor at Woody End, by Alan Lee.

Alan Lee - I have never heard of this man, but what a magnificent painting. These are the sorts of things I try to sketch, and they always turn out like crap. ;)

thetreescallmehome: “ Illustration by Alan Lee ~ Culhwch and Olwen ~ The Mabinogion ~ Medieval Welsh Tales ~ translated by Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones ~ Dragon’s Dream 1982 ” Alan Lee’s artwork rules.