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Alice and the fawn

1872 (made)
Place of origin


Object details
Object type
Materials and techniques
Wood engraving on India paper
Brief description
Proof engraving of Alice and the Fawn by Tenniel, engraved by Dalziel Bros.
Physical description
  • At widest point height: 96mm
  • At widest point width: 81mm
Literary referenceThrough the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there by Lewis Caroll.
Bibliographic references
  • Robert Hoozee, ed. British Vision. Observation and Imagination in British Art 1750-1950 / with contributions from Mark Evans, Mark Haworth-Booth and Stephen Calloway. Ghent: Museum voor Schone Kunsten; Mercatorfonds, 2007. ISBN: 978 90 6153 749 6
  • Tim Batchelor, Cedar Lewisohn, Martin Myrone Rude Britannia: British Comic Art London: Tate Publishing, 2010. ISBN: 9781854378866.
  • Images d'Alice, au pays des merveillesParis: Beaux Arts/ TTM Editions, 2011. ISBN: 9782842788841.
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Record createdOctober 31, 2006
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