The West Gate of Durin by Alan Lee ‘Well, here we are at last!’ said Gandalf. ‘Here the Elven-way from Hollin ended. Holly was the token of the people of the land, and they planted it here to mark the end of their domain; for the West-door was made chiefly for their use in their traffic with the Lords of Moria. Those were happier days, when there was still close friendship at times between folk of different race, even between Dwarves and Elves.’
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The Stranger in the Forest by Ted Nasmith
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Beren and Luthien Approach Angband ~ Ted Nasmith.
Fingolfin's Wrath. "His hopeless challenge dauntless cried Fingolfin there: "Come, open wide, dark king, your ghastly brazen doors! Come forth, whom earth and heaven abhors! Come forth, O monstrous craven lord, and fight with thine own hand and sword, thou wielder of hosts of banded thralls, thou tyrant leaguered with strong walls, thou foe of Gods and elvish race! I wait thee here. Come! Show thy face!" http://www.tednasmith.com/silmarillion/TN-Fingolfins_Wrath.jpg