Alan Lee Art

Alan Lee is arguably the most famous of the illustrators of LOTR. His paintings grace the covers of most of the anniversary editions as well as providing illustrations within the texts. Both Lee and John Howe served as chief conceptual designers for Peter Jackson's film adaptation of LOTR. That's why so many of the locations and sets in the films are familiar to owners of illustrated volumes with the art of Lee and/or Howe. Many of these works have various titles on the internet. Alan Lee does not have a current web site, so the titles here have been taken from Tolkien Gateway.

Bilbo at Bag End (Alan Lee)

Serbian [H] B (pictured)

Black Riders (Alan Lee)

Czech A (pictured)

Japanese A (pictured)

Dunharrow (Alan Lee)

Czech A (pictured), Danish C

Edoras (Alan Lee)

French D (pictured)

Japanese A (pictured)

The Green Dragon Inn (Alan Lee)

The Last Debate (Alan Lee)

Minas Tirith (Alan Lee)

French D (pictured)

Mirrormere (Alan Lee)

Oliphaunt (Alan Lee)

Japanese A (pictured)

Japanese A (pictured)

Japanese A (pictured)

Rivendell (Alan Lee)

French D, Polish B (pictured)

Japanese B (pictured)

Shelob's Lair (Alan Lee)

Czech A (pictured), Polish B

Czech A (pictured)

Japanese B (pictured)

The White Tree (Alan Lee)

Japanese B (pictured)