Here is my latest creation. I call it "Queen Alice". This is a tribute to John Tenniel, 19th Century illustrator of Alice in Wonderland book.  I added the rabbit,  and enhanced the castle a bit. This is a original one of a kind painting the medium used is watercolor & Pen and Ink. 9 X 12 unframed.

 

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Later in Chapter Nine, the White Queen appears with the Red Queen, posing a series of typical/Wonderland/Looking-Glass questions ("Divide a loaf by a knife: what's the answer to that?"), and then celebrating Alice's promotion from pawn to queen. When that celebration goes awry, the White Queen seems to flee from the scene by disappearing into a tureen of soup. Alice proceeds to 'capture' the Red Queen and checkmate the Red King, ending the game. she .is beautiful in every way!

Classic Quote: 

"Can you do addition? What's one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one?"-

 

Queen Alice

$225.00Price

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