Posts Tagged ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Three Alices

Monday, March 30th, 2009


A few posts back, I mentioned the Sir John Tenniel 110th Anniversary ‘Nursery Alice’ Collection. While I’ve always admired these illustrations, some of the more modern interpretations are equally engaging and breathe new life into Alice and her friends. Mervyn Peake, Franciszka Themerson, and Nicholas Perry produced new editions of Alice in recent years, and Alan White looks at each in detail in Parenthesis 8. Well worth a good look. Back issues of this number are still available. A subscription to Parenthesis comes free with membership in the FPBA.

Above: The Walrus & the Carpenter drawn by Franciszka Themerson.

— Paul Razzell

The Lewis Carroll – Sir John Tenniel 110th Anniversary ‘Nursery Alice’ Collection

Thursday, March 26th, 2009


News From White Rabbit Press:

White Rabbit Press is proud to announce the finest colour reproductions ever made of Sir John Tenniel’s “Alice” with this signed & numbered limited edition collection of chromolithographic fine art prints of Tenniel’s renowned colour illustrations to “The Nursery Alice” by Lewis Carroll. Originally published in 1890, this was the only edition of “Alice” that Sir John Tenniel ever coloured, with twenty illustrations drawn from “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”.

This exquisite, museum-quality limited edition of 500 prints of Sir John Tenniel’s famous 20 colour illustrations can be ordered here.

–Paul Razzell