Rare & Amazing Harry Potter Scene Illustrations

Despite running out of films to put out and books to make, the world of Harry Potter keeps on bringing more and more awesomeness our way, this time in the form of rare and brilliant illustrations done by Mary GrandPré.

Mary GrandPré has illustrated all of the American editions of the Harry Potter novels, and now has made some of her wonderful illustrations available on Canvas or in smaller sizes.

Diagon Alley (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone)

Diagon Alley

Harry Potter visiting the Wizardy part of the world for the first time.

Quidditch

Quidditch

Chasing the Golden Snitch, playing the best game in the world.

The Mirror of Erised

The Mirror of Erised

Be careful with what you wish for.

Flying Keys

Flying Keys

They’re not Birds! They’re Keys!

The Enchanted Car (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)

The Enchanted Car

Harry & Ron going out on their first joyride.

Pixie Mayhem

Pixie Mayhem

Students having to clean up after the mess left by Gilderoy Lockhart.

Counting the Days (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban)

Counting the Days

The only kid in the world who prefers school to summer vacation.

Three Broomsticks

Three Broomsticks

Probably the best butterbeer in the world.

The Cloak of Invisibility

The Cloack of Invisibility

Using one of the Deathly Hallows to have some fun with Malfoy, Crabbe and Goyle.

Rescue of Sirius

Rescue of Sirius

Buckbeak and Sirius getting their chance to get away.

Battle With the Dragon (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)

Battle with the dragon

Getting over the first hurdle in the triwizard tournament.

The Golden Web

The Golden Web

His first wand-duel with Tom Riddle.

Dueling Wizards (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)

Dueling Wizards

The best pound-4-pound fight available in the Wizard world – Dumbledore vs Voldemort.

For more Harry Potter art, check out these awesome paper Harry Potter works of art.

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