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[[Image:Alan Lee (Greg Martin Photography).jpg|thumb|right|200px|Image of ''Alan Lee'' courtesy of [http://www.gregmartinphoto.com/ Greg Martin Photgraphy]]]
 
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British artist '''Alan Lee''' (born 1947) has illustrated numerous Tolkien Calendars as well as books. Lee and [[John Howe]] were the lead conceptual designers for [[Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings]] and both had a small cameo in ''[[Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring|The Fellowship of the Ring]]''. In the prologue Lee and Howe played two of the nine [[Nazgûl|Kings of Men]] who received [[Rings of Power]] from [[Sauron]].
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British artist '''Alan Lee''' (born 1947) has illustrated numerous Tolkien Calendars as well as books. Lee and [[John Howe]] were the lead conceptual designers for [[Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings]].
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Lee has two cameos in Peter Jackson's movies: he appears as one of the nine [[Nazgûl|Kings of Men]] in [[Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring|The Fellowship of the Ring]], and as a man of [[Rohan]] at the [[Hornburg]] in [[Peter Jackson's The Two Towers|The Two Towers]].
  
 
==Books==
 
==Books==
 
* [[The Children of Hurin]] (2007)
 
* [[The Children of Hurin]] (2007)
* [[The Lord of the Rings Sketchbook]]
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* [[The Lord of the Rings Sketchbook]] (2005)
 
* [[Realms of Tolkien: Images of Middle-earth]]
 
* [[Realms of Tolkien: Images of Middle-earth]]
 
* [[The Hobbit]] (1997)
 
* [[The Hobbit]] (1997)

Revision as of 11:00, 11 May 2008

British artist Alan Lee (born 1947) has illustrated numerous Tolkien Calendars as well as books. Lee and John Howe were the lead conceptual designers for Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings.

Lee has two cameos in Peter Jackson's movies: he appears as one of the nine Kings of Men in The Fellowship of the Ring, and as a man of Rohan at the Hornburg in The Two Towers.

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Books

Calendars

  • The Children of Hurin Calendar (2008)
  • The Lord of the Rings Calendar (2007)
  • The Tolkien Calendar (1993)

Poster collections

See also

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Interviews