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Tenniel

Sir John. 1820--1914, English caricaturist, noted for his illustrations to Lewis Carroll's Alice books and for his political cartoons in Punch (1851--1901)
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While Tenniel's illustrations of Alice have generated critical attention, the relationship between illustrations of Wonderland and Carroll's text invites further exploration.
John Tenniel complained that the printing of the pictures was unsatisfactory; Carroll accepted Tenniel's decision.
He is best known for illustrating the Alice in Wonderland novels, but Tenniel's illustration in Punch portrays the British view of the Indian Mutiny of 1857.
John Tenniel's original illustrations provided the basis for the production design of the captions, costumes and creatures, and as with Candide, illustrated (rather than photographic) landscape captions were used.
Hurrying up the steps of the Elysee the morning after taking office Hollande looked very like the Tenniel drawing of the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland.
Your suitor should seek this terrible beast in Tate Liverpool, where it appears in one of John Tenniel's original illustrations for Alice Through the Looking Glass.
Remind them that Louisa May Alcott's Little Women was deemed "not suitable for Sunday school libraries." That Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was attacked (and sometimes still is because of Tenniel's illustrations).
The tea kit book includes vintage images of Sir John Tenniel's illustration of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
A bright yet soft design by Irvin Cheung brilliantly complements images with the inclusion of illustrations by Sir John Tenniel. Tenniel's frog footmen, dodo birds and monsters originally decorated Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.