By Donato Giancola - Tis Gandalf casting the Balrog off the mountain, I believe. I like how Gandalf is using his powers to do battle here, not just brute force (which is kind of what it felt like in the movie). Also, I really like this interpretation of the balrog. I wish more artists would show their own interpretations, as I like knowing what different people imagined in that scene.
John Howe and Alan Lee's concepts of the Dark Lord Sauron
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invisible cities? | Alan Lee - Minas Tirith (2)
Muddy Colors: Huor and Hurin Approaching Gondolin - J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion
Dead Marshes by DonatoArts.deviantart.com on @deviantART
The Children of Hurin One of Tolkien's lesser known and extremely underrated works.