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Old 05-30-2019, 02:10 PM   #16
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Pictures of JRR Tolkien

Pictures of JRR Tolkien:

No: Pictures; no. 1; The Hill: Hobbiton-across-the Water; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 10; p. 32 and Art of the Hobbit; fig. 11; p. 33
No: Pictures; no. 2; The Trolls; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 16; p. 40
No: Pictures; no. 3; The Three Trolls are turned to Stone; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 14; p. 38
Maybe: Pictures; no. 4; Rivendell (I); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 20; p. 44
Yes: Pictures; no. 5; Rivendell (II); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 21; p. 45
No: Pictures; no. 6; Rivvendell (III); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 23; p. 48
No: Pictures; no. 7; The Mountain-path; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 34; p. 58
No: Pictures; no. 8; The Misty Mountains looking West from the Eyrie towards Goblin Gate; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 38; p. 62
No: Pictures; no. 9; Bilbo woke with the early sin in his eyes; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 39; p. 63
No: Pictures; no. 10; Beorn’s Hall; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 44; p. 70
No: Pictures; no. 11; The Elvenking’s Gate (I); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 50; p. 79
Yes: Pictures; no. 12; The Elvenking’s Gate (II); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 58; p. 88
No: Pictures; no. 13; Bilbo comes to the Huts of the Raft-elves (I); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 61; p. 92
No: Pictures; no. 14; Bilbo comes to the Huts of the Raft-elves (II); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 64; p. 95
No: Pictures; no. 15; Lake Town; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 66; p. 98
No: Pictures; no. 16; The Front Gate; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 68; p. 101
No: Pictures; no. 17; Conversation with Smaug; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 71; p. 104
Pictures; no. 18; Smaug flies round the Mountian; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 75; p. 109
Yes: Pictures; no. 19; Death of Smaug; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 78; p. 113
No: Pictures; no. 20; The Hall at Bag-End, Residence of B. Baggins Esquire; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 90; p. 127
Yes: Pictures; no. 21; Old Man Willow; see Art of LotR; fig. 23; p. 42
In Part: Pictures; no. 22; Doors of Durin and Moria Gante (I); see Art of LotR; fig. 44; p. 67 and Art of LotR; fig. 39; p. 64
Yes: Pictures; no. 23; Moria Gate (II); see Art of LotR; fig. 39; p. 64
No: Pictures; no. 24; Leaves from the Book in Mazabul; see Art of LotR; fig. 61; p. 85 and Art of LotR; fig. 62; p. 86 and Art of LotR; fig. 63; p. 87
Yes: Pictures; no. 25; The Forest of Lothlorien in Spring; see Art of LotR; fig. 64; p. 88
Yes: Pictures; no. 26; Helm’s Deep and the Hornburg; see Art of LotR; fig. 74; p. 101
In Part: Pictures; no. 27; Orthanc and Minas Tirith; see Art of LotR; fig. 80; p. 110 and Art of LotR; fig. 106; p. 142
Yes: Pictures; no. 28; Shelob’s Lair; see Art of LotR; fig. 93; p. 125
Yes: Pictures; no. 29; Dunharrow; see Art of LotR; fig. 124; p. 159
Yes: Pictures; no. 30; Orodruin and Barad-dûr; see Art of LotR; fig. 150; p. 191 and Art of LotR; fig. 147; p. 187
Yes: Pictures; no. 31; Taniquetil; see Artist; no. 52; p. 56
Yes: Pictures; no. 32; Lake Mithrim; see Artist; no. 46; p. 50
Yes: Pictures; no. 33; Nargothrond (I); QS, Cha. 16 – “And he called that place Nargothrond, and made there his home with many of his folk”
Yes: Pictures; no. 34; Nargothrond (II); see Artist; no. 56; p. 60
Yes: Pictures; no. 35; Gondolin and the Vale of Tumladin; see Artist; no. 58; p. 61
Yes: Pictures; no. 36; Tol Sirion; see Artist; no. 55; p. 59
Yes: Pictures; no. 37; Mirkwood and Beleg finds Gwindor in Taur-nu-Fuin (entitled Fangorn Forest); see Art of The Hobbit; no. 47; p. 75 and Artist; no. 54; p. 58
Yes: Pictures; no. 38; Glaurung sets forth to seek Túrin; see Artist; no. 47; p. 51
No: Pictures; no. 39; Polar Bear had fallen from top to bottom onto his nose; unusable due to the fact that it is an illustration for Letters from Father Christmas from Tolkien and is now published in this.
Yes: Pictures; no. 40; Three Dragons; above see Artist; no. 48; p. 52; left; FoG – “Lo! a drake was coiled even on the very steps of the palace and defiled their whiteness;”; right see Artist; no. 49; p. 52
Yes: Pictures; no. 41; Trees; black and with above text; QS, Cha. 4 – “While the Lamps had shone, growth began there which now was checked, because all was again dark. But already the oldest living things had arisen: in the sea the great weeds, and on the earth the shadow of great trees; and in the valleys of the night-clad hills there were dark creatures old and strong.”; left above; see also Artist; no. 62; p. 64; right; left below; all three: QS, Cha. 2 - “But in Valinor the Valar dwelt with all their kin and folk, and because of the beauty and bliss of that realm they came seldom now to Middle-earth”
Yes: Pictures; no. 42; Flowering Tree with Friezes; Tree with Bird and Flowers on both sides; Valaquenta - “All flowers spring as she passes and open if she glances upon them; and all birds sing at her coming.”; Fierzes below and above; see Artist; no. 59; p. 62
Maybe: Pictures; no. 43; Patterns (I); The flower on the lower left side and the plant looking like a Thristle left from the middle at thelower row could be used if we find nice places for it. The rest seems unusable.
In Part: Pictures; no. 44; Patterns (II); compare Artist; no. 183; p. 186, what is not shown their seems unusable
Yes: Pictures; no. 45; Floral Designs; QS, Cha. 1 – “And it is sung that in that feast of the Spring of Arda Tulkas espoused Nessa the sister of Oromë”
Yes: Pictures; no. 46; Númenórean Tile and Textiles; right; see as well Artist; no. 187; p. 191; for all: A description of the Isle of Númenor - “The Edain brought with them to Númenor the knowledge of many crafts, and many craftsmen who had learned from the Eldar, besides preserving lore and traditions of their own.”
In part: Pictures; no. 47; Heraldic Devices:
Yes: - Elwë; see Artist; no. 191; p. 194
Yes: - Melian; see Artist; no. 193; p. 196
Yes: - Fingolfin; see Artist; no. 192; p. 195
Yes: - Finwë; see Artist; no. 191; p. 194
Yes: - Fëanor; QS, Cha. 5 – “The only child of Míriel was afterwards usually called Fëanor.”
Yes: - Lúthien I; see Artist; no. 195; p. 197
Yes: - Beren; QS, Cha. 26 – “It is said that Beren and Lúthien returned to the northern lands of Middle-earth, and dwelt together for a time as living man and woman; and they took up again their mortal form in Doriath.”
Yes: - Lúthien II; see Artist; no. 194; p. 197
Yes: - Finrod Felagund; QS, Cha. 20 – “Long Felagund watched them, and love for them stirred in his heart; but he remained hidden in the trees until they had all fallen asleep. Then he went among the sleeping people, and sat beside their dying fire where none kept watch; and he took up a rude harp which Bëor had laid aside, and he played music upon it such as the ears of Men had not heard; for they had as yet no teachers in the art, save only the Dark-elves in the wild lands.”
Yes: - Idirl Celebrindal; see Artist; no. 189; p. 192
Yes: - Gilgalad; see Artist; no. 190; p. 193
Yes: - Beor; QS, Cha. 20 – “Now these were a part of the kindred and following of Bëor the Old, as he was afterwards called, a chieftain among Men.”
Yes: - Eärendil; see Artist; no. 190; p. 193
Yes: - Hador; QS, Cha. 20 – “Now Hador Lorindol, son of Hathol, son of Magor, son of Malach Aradan entered the household of Fingolfin in youth, and was loved by the king. Fingolfin therefore gave to him the lordship of Dor-lómin, and into that land he gathered most of the people of his kin and became the mightiest of the chieftains of the Edain.”
Yes: - The Silmarils; QS, Cha. 8 – “Three jewels he made, and named them the Silmarils.”
Yes: - House of Haleth; QS, Cha. 20 – “When therefore the Haladin had gathered all that they could find alive of their folk who had fled wild into the woods before the Orcs, and had gleaned what remained of their goods in their burned homesteads, they took Haleth for their chief; and she led them at last to Estolad, and there they dwelt for a time.”
No: Pictures; no. 48; Elvish Script; unusable due to the content

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