Art from Wonderland

On July 4th 1862, on a riverboat journey in Oxford, Lewis Carroll first told Alice Liddell and her sisters about a bored little girl who followed a white rabbit into Wonderland.This year, artists from around the world have collaborated to produce a new illustrated edition of Alice s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass to commemorate the 150th anniversaryOn July 4th 1862, on a riverboat journey in Oxford, Lewis Carroll first told Alice Liddell and her sisters about a bored little girl who followed a white rabbit into Wonderland.This year, artists from around the world have collaborated to produce a new illustrated edition of Alice s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the story s first telling.In celebration of Lewis Carroll, but also of the huge and enduring impact his works have had on the world of art and literature, all proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the British Library s conservation fund.This edition features large full colour illustrations alongside quotes from both Alice books.Other editions are also available in paperback and pdf lulu spotlight SarieGrant
Art from Wonderland On July th on a riverboat journey in Oxford Lewis Carroll first told Alice Liddell and her sisters about a bored little girl who followed a white rabbit into Wonderland This year artists from

  • Title: Art from Wonderland
  • Author: Lewis Carroll Sarah Pasifull Grant Die Booth Mulysa Abysmal Amara Eléonore Beahan Sami Kelsh Lis Nemeth
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Art from Wonderland”

    1. This is the art-only book that accompanies the full-text re-issue of both 'Alice' books featuring a different artist for each chapter of both Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. I may be slightly biased as I'm a contributing artist but I couldn't pass up the opportunity to leave a favourable review for this book. The whole project was a labour of love bringing together a wildly varying range of artists (there's art in sculpture, knitting, drawing, painting, photograph [...]

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