The Tree of Amalion
J.R.R. Tolkien

The Tree of Amalion, [?1940s]

Throughout his life Tolkien drew different versions of a tree which bore a variety of flowers and leaves. He called it the Tree of Amalion, and it represented his personal 'Tree of Tales'. Each leaf and flower represented a story or poem in his mind - far more than he could bring to fruition.


MS. Tolkien Drawings 88, fol. 1
© The Tolkien Trust 1978


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