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Updated on July 8, 2018
"Always Time for Tea" by Paulina Cassidy
"Always Time for Tea" by Paulina Cassidy

The Many Illustrations of Alice in Wonderland

There are myriad artistic interpretations of Alice in Wonderland to be found, including Alice, and all the inhabitants of Wonderland. Even Alice's hair color is subject to change. In the Disney cartoon, her hair is a golden blonde, but I have seen her sporting brown, blue, red, or even raven locks in other illustrations. Many versions of her dress are seen as well--in all different colors of the rainbow but most commonly blue, and in different styles, from innocent to punk to Lolita to glamorous.

It's a challenge for artists to put their own spin on Alice in Wonderland, and they do it in so many fun and captivating ways! One example of this is the Cheshire Cat. Artists create him in a variety of colors: orange, blue, purple, black, pink, etc., etc. . . . In my latest version of Alice in Wonderland, I thought it would be really different to make him a calico (rather than the traditional tabby). I also anointed him with green, saucer-shaped eyes, my personal tribute to the mother of big-eye art, Margaret Keane.

Many artists, such as myself, in addition to the traditional children's version of Alice in Wonderland, also enjoy creating an off-the-wall version just for the fun of it. The most popular twist on Alice in Wonderland features a raven-haired Gothic Alice--with a touch of naughtiness, horror, or a combination of the two, thrown in for good measure.

This hub features illustrations by an eclectic group of extremely imaginative and talented artists. Grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the show. . . .

The White Rabbit Song

Alice in Wonderland Art: The Early Years

John Tenniel--The Original Alice in Wonderland Illustrator (1820--1914)

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"Drink Me." by John Tenniel"The Shower of Cards" by John Tenniel "The Trial of the Knave of Hearts" by John Tenniel "Alice With the Duchess" by John Tenniel "Alice Meets the Caterpillar" by John Tenniel"Alice Upsets the Jury Box" by John Tenniel"Cheshire Cat" by John Tenniel "Tiger Lily" by John Tenniel"Off With Her Head" by John Tenniel"Knight" by John Tenniel
"Drink Me." by John Tenniel
"Drink Me." by John Tenniel
"The Shower of Cards" by John Tenniel
"The Shower of Cards" by John Tenniel
"The Trial of the Knave of Hearts" by John Tenniel
"The Trial of the Knave of Hearts" by John Tenniel
"Alice With the Duchess" by John Tenniel
"Alice With the Duchess" by John Tenniel
"Alice Meets the Caterpillar" by John Tenniel
"Alice Meets the Caterpillar" by John Tenniel
"Alice Upsets the Jury Box" by John Tenniel
"Alice Upsets the Jury Box" by John Tenniel
"Cheshire Cat" by John Tenniel
"Cheshire Cat" by John Tenniel
"Tiger Lily" by John Tenniel
"Tiger Lily" by John Tenniel
"Off With Her Head" by John Tenniel
"Off With Her Head" by John Tenniel
"Knight" by John Tenniel
"Knight" by John Tenniel

John Tenniel, born in Bayswater, West London on February 28, 1820, is best known as the illustrator for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (London: Macmillan, 1865) and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There (London: Macmillan, 1871). He was a British illustrator, political cartoonist, and graphic humorist, knighted by Queen Victoria for his artistic achievements in 1893.

Lewis Carroll, author of the "Alice" books, originally set out to illustrate the books himself, but was so overwhelmed with problems, not the least of which were his own artistic inabilities, that when engraver Orlando Jewitt suggested he get help, he hired John Tenniel. Tenniel was employed as chief cartoon artist for Punch (a liberal publication that pushed for political and social reform) at the time; in his 50 years of illustrating for Punch, Tenniel would ultimately create 2,165 separate cartoons for them.

Tenniel created ninety-two drawings for the "Alice" books, but was unhappy with the print quality of the first draft, which came out in 1865. This first edition was shelved and subsequently resold in America. A new edition was quickly released in December of the same year (although dated 1866) and was an instant hit.

Strangely enough, after illustrating the "Alice" books, Tenniel's ability to illustrate books apparently hit a brick wall. After 1872, he never did such work again, even when Carroll approached him about another book project. Tenniel died on February 25, 1914 at the age of ninety-three.

Maria Kirk (1860--1938)

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"Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum" by Maria Kirk (1904)"Knight" by Maria Kirk (1904)"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Maria Kirk (1904)"Flowers" by Maria Kirk (1904)"Queen" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Knight" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Knight" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Flowers" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Flowers" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Queen" by Maria Kirk (1904)
"Queen" by Maria Kirk (1904)

Maria Louise Kirk, a relatively unknown American illustrator, is best remembered for her illustrations of children's books.

Born on June 21, 1860 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Kirk studied art at the School of Design for Women and the Academy of Fine Arts (both in Philadelphia). She exhibited her work in Chicago and Philidelphia, and even won an award in 1894.

She was quite prolific, illustrating scores of books. Some of the books illustrated by Kirk include: At the Back of the North Wind and The Princess and the Curdie, both by George MacDonald; The Story of the Canterbury Pilgrims by Frederick Joseph Harvey Darton (1914); Heidi by Johanna Spyri (1915); and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1904). Oddly, Kirk passed away on her birthday in 1938.

Arthur Rackham (1867--1939)

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"The Pool of Tears" by Arthur Rackham"Mad Tea Party" by Arthur Rackham (1907)"Advice from a Caterpillar" by Arthur Rackham "Alice and the Pack of Cards" Arthur Rackham (1907)"The Mock Turtle" by Arthur Rackham
"The Pool of Tears" by Arthur Rackham
"The Pool of Tears" by Arthur Rackham
"Mad Tea Party" by Arthur Rackham (1907)
"Mad Tea Party" by Arthur Rackham (1907)
"Advice from a Caterpillar" by Arthur Rackham
"Advice from a Caterpillar" by Arthur Rackham
"Alice and the Pack of Cards" Arthur Rackham (1907)
"Alice and the Pack of Cards" Arthur Rackham (1907)
"The Mock Turtle" by Arthur Rackham
"The Mock Turtle" by Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham, an English book illustrator, created his distinctive drawings with pen and India ink and is regarded as one of the leading illustrators of the "Golden Age" of British book illustration. One of twelve children, he was born in Lewisham (part of Kent at the time) in 1884, and studied at the Lambeth School of Art.

Rackham began his life as an illustrator in 1892, when he began working for the Westminster Budget as a reporter and illustrator. After that, he began illustrating books, continuing to illustrate until his death from cancer in 1939.

Rackham, whose work was influenced by the Japanese woodblock tradition of the early 1800s, combined elements of Nordic (northern European) and Japanese styles into his work. A background in journalistic illustration assisted Rackham in developing his own drawing style, based on uniquely expressive lines accented with subtle touches of watercolor.

Rackham's delightful earth-tone renderings proved perfect for illustrating Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (in 1907). Today, his work is widely sought after by collectors, largely in the U.K. and United States. His images have been reproduced on greeting cards and many of his books are still in print today.

A.E. Jackson (1873--1952)

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"Advice From a Caterpillar" by A.E. Jackson (1915)"Alice and the Pig" by A.E. Jackson (1915)"Alice and the Footman" by A.E. Jackson (1915)"A Mad Tea Party" by A.E. Jackson (1915)"The Duchess' Kitchen by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Advice From a Caterpillar" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Advice From a Caterpillar" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Alice and the Pig" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Alice and the Pig" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Alice and the Footman" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"Alice and the Footman" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"A Mad Tea Party" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"A Mad Tea Party" by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"The Duchess' Kitchen by A.E. Jackson (1915)
"The Duchess' Kitchen by A.E. Jackson (1915)

London born A.E. Jackson (the "A" and "E" stand for Albert Edward) worked as a commercial illustrator from 1893--1947. He illustrated many books that are considered children's classics today such as Gulliver's Travels, Water Babies, Robinson Crusoe, Tales of the Arabian Knights: Children's Treasury, Stories from Shakespeare, and, my favorite, Alice in Wonderland (1915).

Jackson was very prolific, illustrating many other publications as well, utilizing either line drawings or color illustrations. An accomplished miniature portrait artist, his portraits of Hartford residents were featured in a 1903 edition of Connecticut Magazine, who described him as "one of the most distinguished of modern miniaturists."

Gwynedd M. Hudson (1909--1935)

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"Mock Turtle Dance" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)"Caterpillar" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)"Alice and the Cards" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)"Tea Party" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)"Executioner" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Mock Turtle Dance" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Mock Turtle Dance" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Caterpillar" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Caterpillar" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Alice and the Cards" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Alice and the Cards" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Tea Party" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Tea Party" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Executioner" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)
"Executioner" by Gwynedd M. Hudson (1922)

English illustrator Gwynedd M. Hudson was born in 1909 and educated at the Brighton School of Art. In 1922, she illustrated a version of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. One edition was published in London (Hodder), and one in New York (Dodd).

Hudson also designed posters for the Underground Group (London's underground railway) between 1926 and 1929. She died in 1935.

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Alice in Wonderland Art Now

Blonde Blythe

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"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland" by Blonde Blythe (2006)"Alice and the Flamingos" by Blonde Blythe (2004)"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland II: The Caucus Race" (2008)"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Blonde Blythe (2008)"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Blonde Blythe (2009)
"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland" by Blonde Blythe (2006)
"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland" by Blonde Blythe (2006)
"Alice and the Flamingos" by Blonde Blythe (2004)
"Alice and the Flamingos" by Blonde Blythe (2004)
"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland II: The Caucus Race" (2008)
"Kawaii Noir Alice in Wonderland II: The Caucus Race" (2008)
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Blonde Blythe (2008)
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Blonde Blythe (2008)
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Blonde Blythe (2009)
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Blonde Blythe (2009)

Gus Fink

"Alice in Wonderland" by Gus Fink
"Alice in Wonderland" by Gus Fink

Dennis Finley

"Alice in Wonderland Goes Trick-Or-Treating" by Dennis Finley
"Alice in Wonderland Goes Trick-Or-Treating" by Dennis Finley

Dominic Murphy

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"Caterpillar" by Dominic Murphy"Humpty Dumpty Cracking Up" by Dominic Murphy"Mad Hatter, Pig, and Queen" by Dominic Murphy"Tango" by Dominic Murphy"Queen of Hearts" by Dominic Murphy"Red Queen" by Dominic Murphy"Alice Falling" by Dominic Murphy"Card" by Dominic Murphy
"Caterpillar" by Dominic Murphy
"Caterpillar" by Dominic Murphy
"Humpty Dumpty Cracking Up" by Dominic Murphy
"Humpty Dumpty Cracking Up" by Dominic Murphy
"Mad Hatter, Pig, and Queen" by Dominic Murphy
"Mad Hatter, Pig, and Queen" by Dominic Murphy
"Tango" by Dominic Murphy
"Tango" by Dominic Murphy
"Queen of Hearts" by Dominic Murphy
"Queen of Hearts" by Dominic Murphy
"Red Queen" by Dominic Murphy
"Red Queen" by Dominic Murphy
"Alice Falling" by Dominic Murphy
"Alice Falling" by Dominic Murphy
"Card" by Dominic Murphy
"Card" by Dominic Murphy

Christopher Klingler

"Who Are U?" By Christopher Klingler
"Who Are U?" By Christopher Klingler

Seth Ahonen

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"The Croquet Match" by Seth Ahonen"The Twilight Tea Party" by Seth Ahonen"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Seth Ahonen
"The Croquet Match" by Seth Ahonen
"The Croquet Match" by Seth Ahonen
"The Twilight Tea Party" by Seth Ahonen
"The Twilight Tea Party" by Seth Ahonen
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Seth Ahonen
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Seth Ahonen

Paulina Cassidy

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"Dum Dee Dum" by Paulina Cassidy"Floating Over Wonderland" by Paulina Cassidy"Alice and Pig" by Paulina Cassidy"Alice in New Orleans" by Paulina Cassidy"A Long and Sad Tale" by Paulina Cassidy"Mushroomhead" by Paulina Cassidy"A Secret For Alice" by Paulina Cassidy"Always Time For Tea" by Paulina Cassidy
"Dum Dee Dum" by Paulina Cassidy
"Dum Dee Dum" by Paulina Cassidy
"Floating Over Wonderland" by Paulina Cassidy
"Floating Over Wonderland" by Paulina Cassidy
"Alice and Pig" by Paulina Cassidy
"Alice and Pig" by Paulina Cassidy
"Alice in New Orleans" by Paulina Cassidy
"Alice in New Orleans" by Paulina Cassidy
"A Long and Sad Tale" by Paulina Cassidy
"A Long and Sad Tale" by Paulina Cassidy
"Mushroomhead" by Paulina Cassidy
"Mushroomhead" by Paulina Cassidy
"A Secret For Alice" by Paulina Cassidy
"A Secret For Alice" by Paulina Cassidy
"Always Time For Tea" by Paulina Cassidy
"Always Time For Tea" by Paulina Cassidy

Brian Gubicza

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"White Rabbit" by Brian Gubicza"Alice" by Brian Gubicza"Queen of Hearts" by Brian Gubicza
"White Rabbit" by Brian Gubicza
"White Rabbit" by Brian Gubicza
"Alice" by Brian Gubicza
"Alice" by Brian Gubicza
"Queen of Hearts" by Brian Gubicza
"Queen of Hearts" by Brian Gubicza

Elaine Cox

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"Alice at the Croquet Game" by Elaine Cox"Alice at the Mad Tea Party" by Elaine Cox"Alice and the White Rabbit" by Elaine Cox"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Elaine Cox"Alice and the Garden of Talking Flowers" by Elaine Cox"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Elaine Cox"Alice Down the Rabbit Hole" by Elaine Cox"Drink Me" by Elaine Cox
"Alice at the Croquet Game" by Elaine Cox
"Alice at the Croquet Game" by Elaine Cox
"Alice at the Mad Tea Party" by Elaine Cox
"Alice at the Mad Tea Party" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the White Rabbit" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the White Rabbit" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Caterpillar" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Garden of Talking Flowers" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Garden of Talking Flowers" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Elaine Cox
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Elaine Cox
"Alice Down the Rabbit Hole" by Elaine Cox
"Alice Down the Rabbit Hole" by Elaine Cox
"Drink Me" by Elaine Cox
"Drink Me" by Elaine Cox

H. Kyoht Luterman

"White Rabbit" by H. Kyoht Luterman

Carmen Keys

"Late" by Carmen Keys
"Late" by Carmen Keys
"Alice in the Tulgey Wood" by Carmen Keys
"Alice in the Tulgey Wood" by Carmen Keys

Sheryl Humphrey

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"Big Girl, Little House" by Sheryl Humphrey"A Puny Gnat Makes a Humorous Remark" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Beautiful Garden" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Cheshire Cat" by Sheryl Humphrey"Humpty Dumpty" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Chess Set (Portrait of Alice Liddell)" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Caterpillar" by Sheryl Humphrey"Queen Alice" by Sheryl Humphrey"Girl With Tiny Teacup" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Young Queen" by Sheryl Humphrey"The Dear Little Puppy" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Big Girl, Little House" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Big Girl, Little House" by Sheryl Humphrey
"A Puny Gnat Makes a Humorous Remark" by Sheryl Humphrey
"A Puny Gnat Makes a Humorous Remark" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Beautiful Garden" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Beautiful Garden" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Cheshire Cat" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Cheshire Cat" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Humpty Dumpty" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Humpty Dumpty" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Chess Set (Portrait of Alice Liddell)" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Chess Set (Portrait of Alice Liddell)" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Caterpillar" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Caterpillar" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Queen Alice" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Queen Alice" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Girl With Tiny Teacup" by Sheryl Humphrey
"Girl With Tiny Teacup" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Young Queen" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Young Queen" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Dear Little Puppy" by Sheryl Humphrey
"The Dear Little Puppy" by Sheryl Humphrey

Chad Thomas

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"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Chad Thomas"Queen of Hearts" by Chad Thomas"Alice Sees the White Rabbit" by Chad Thomas"Alice in Wonderland" by Chad Thomas"Painting the Roses Red" by Chad Thomas"Smoking Caterpillar" by Chad Thomas"Mad Hatter and the March Hare" by Chad Thomas"Stuck in White Rabbit's House" by Chad Thomas
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Chad Thomas
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Chad Thomas
"Queen of Hearts" by Chad Thomas
"Queen of Hearts" by Chad Thomas
"Alice Sees the White Rabbit" by Chad Thomas
"Alice Sees the White Rabbit" by Chad Thomas
"Alice in Wonderland" by Chad Thomas
"Alice in Wonderland" by Chad Thomas
"Painting the Roses Red" by Chad Thomas
"Painting the Roses Red" by Chad Thomas
"Smoking Caterpillar" by Chad Thomas
"Smoking Caterpillar" by Chad Thomas
"Mad Hatter and the March Hare" by Chad Thomas
"Mad Hatter and the March Hare" by Chad Thomas
"Stuck in White Rabbit's House" by Chad Thomas
"Stuck in White Rabbit's House" by Chad Thomas

Lori Ramotar

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"White Rabbit Tea Party" by Lori Ramotar"White Rabbit" by Lori Ramotar"Mad Hatter and Doormouse" by Lori Ramotar"Off With Their Heads!" (Queen of Hearts) by Lori Ramotar"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Lori Ramotar"We're All Mad Here" by Lori Ramotar"Curiouser and Curiouser" by Lori Ramotar
"White Rabbit Tea Party" by Lori Ramotar
"White Rabbit Tea Party" by Lori Ramotar
"White Rabbit" by Lori Ramotar
"White Rabbit" by Lori Ramotar
"Mad Hatter and Doormouse" by Lori Ramotar
"Mad Hatter and Doormouse" by Lori Ramotar
"Off With Their Heads!" (Queen of Hearts) by Lori Ramotar
"Off With Their Heads!" (Queen of Hearts) by Lori Ramotar
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Lori Ramotar
"Alice and the Cheshire Cat" by Lori Ramotar
"We're All Mad Here" by Lori Ramotar
"We're All Mad Here" by Lori Ramotar
"Curiouser and Curiouser" by Lori Ramotar
"Curiouser and Curiouser" by Lori Ramotar

Jaz Higgins

"Alice in Wonderland Triptych" by Jaz Higgins

Ella Goodwin

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"Down the Rabbit Hole 2" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books"You're Nothing but a Pack of Cards" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books"Down the Rabbit Hole" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"Down the Rabbit Hole 2" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"Down the Rabbit Hole 2" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"You're Nothing but a Pack of Cards" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"You're Nothing but a Pack of Cards" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"Down the Rabbit Hole" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books
"Down the Rabbit Hole" by Ella Goodwin - Illustration for iPad App for Magic Ink Books

Jayde Hilliard

"The Red Queen" by Jayde Hilliard
"The Red Queen" by Jayde Hilliard
"Alice in Wonderland" by Jayde Hilliard
"Alice in Wonderland" by Jayde Hilliard

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      Blonde Blythe 

      3 years ago from U.S.A.

      Thank you, Jesse! I love Alice in Wonderland and all its illustrations! A timeless classic, for sure!

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      Jesse Helms 

      3 years ago from Irvine, California

      Great article! Alice in wonderland is a great masterpiece in English literature.

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      Richiewest 

      5 years ago from Devon, United Kingdom.

      An amazing array of wonderful illustrators and artists that have graced the Alice books over the years. Your own work is delightful.

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      poldepc lm 

      6 years ago

      I'm not so a big fan of Alice; when my kids were young, we watched the movie...we read the books; but your artwork of Alice is wonderful...

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 

      6 years ago from United States

      I am a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland! All of the artwork is awesome. Looks like there is something for everyone and everyone's taste!

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      Millionairemomma 

      6 years ago

      I didn't know there were paintings inspired by this story! How fascinating. I enjoyed seeing the different versions. Exceptional lens. Unique choice of subject. Very unique.

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      queenofduvetcover 

      6 years ago

      Another great lens! I always loved Alice in Wonderland. Thumbs up! =)

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      great photos of Alice, enjoyed the short write up at the beginning too. wouldn't mind some poll questions throughout this one which ones your readers like the most but other then that, enjoyed my visit here today, thank you.

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      Teri Villars 

      7 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      There is actually a diagnosis called "Alice in Wonderland Syndrome". Check it out on Wikipedia. It is similar to having hallucinations without being on any type of hallucinogenic drugs.

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 

      7 years ago from Ljubljana

      Amazing lens! Thanks!

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      Stephen Carr 

      7 years ago from Corona, CA

      Cool lens, enjoyed it!

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      ArtByLing 

      7 years ago

      It is interesting to see how the depiction of Alice in the wonderland has change over 148 years period. I do noticed whatever her hair color or style seem to be she always have long hair and not necessary with a ribbon. Even manga artwork inspired by Lewis Carroll maintain Alice's hair long regardless of the hair color.

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      hunksparrow 

      7 years ago

      Amazing lens and a plethora of pictures! Alice in Wonderland is definitely in my top 10 favorite books.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      My goodness you found such wonderful examples of Alice in Wonderland art.

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      Heather Burns 

      7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      I had no idea there is so much Alice in Wonderland art! Beautiful!

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      Bambi Watson 

      7 years ago

      Love Alice in Wonderland!

      ~ Blessed >*

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      KimGiancaterino 

      7 years ago

      Wow ... what a delightful collection of images. Your designs are so beautiful. I'm always amazed by your talent. Lensrolled to my "White Rabbit" lens.

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      Janet2221 

      7 years ago

      Thanks for featuring my Alice in Wonderland Invitations lens. I absolutely love your artwork. It's amazing. :)

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      WonderlandSoup 

      7 years ago

      What a fascinating lens. It's like my entire blog http://wonderlandsoup.blogspot.com/ in one post :P Love the illustrators you featured - thanks :)

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      howdoyouspellst 

      7 years ago

      Wow!! This stuff is great! Lots of amazing art. When I'm rich I'll have a whole room in my mansion dedicated to Alice In Wonderland. ;)

      About your paintings: You're so talented! Thanks for sharing your amazing art.

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      Bradshaw LM 

      8 years ago

      I'm most familiar with the work of John Tenniel but the sheer variety shown is amazing. Definitely a thumbs up and a favorite lens.

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      rewards4life info 

      8 years ago

      I must say, this is a very comprehensive Alice in Wonderland posters resource. I'm also glad to see you here on Squidoo, as I've featured one of your designs on my Alice in Wonderland posters lens a while ago. Thanks for sharing your amazing art. =)

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      julieannbrady 

      8 years ago

      You know you have showcased much incredible art here. I'm thinking that there should almost be separate galleries of the individual artists who have tackled this subject -- you know to adequately showcase their styles -- and then perhaps do a critique on what exemplifies their style(s). Love your big eyes, but that has always been a focal point of what I look for in this type of art -- the eyes! ;)

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      artdecoco 

      8 years ago

      cool

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