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    Lewis Carroll, 1863, photographer from Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known to us as Lewis Carroll, the author of numerous books including Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was also a keen photographer. It has been assumed that the young girl (Alice Liddell) at the left of this group portrait taken in 1860 was Carroll's inspiration for the character of Alice. #Photography #Lewis_Carroll #Alice

    Lewis Carroll’s original last page of Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, including a picture of Alice Liddell.

    Illustrations of Alice by Lewis Carroll in an early iteration of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

    Original manuscript for Alice's Adventures Underground, Lewis Carroll's precursor to Alice in Wonderland.

    Alice in Wonderland!....Vintage photo of Alice Liddell, Lewis Carroll's muse for "Alice in Wonderland"...This time we pinned the muse rather than the artist :-)

    facsimile edition of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures Underground, the manuscript that later became Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

    Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell, 1862. Alice's father was the Dean of Christ Church in Oxford. When she was four, she met Carroll while he was photographing the cathedral. He soon became a close friend of the Liddell family. Veja também: semioticas1.blogs...

    Lewis Carroll, Lorina and Alice Liddell in Chinese Dress, spring 1860

    Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, the original version of the book that Carroll presented to Alice Liddell in 1864, is presently housed in th...

    Alice in Wonderland.

    Lorina Liddell sister (Alice Liddell inspiration for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) Photo by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson real name)

    Lewis Carroll's real name: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Ths pseyudonym comes from variations on his name derived from Latin. Lewis is an anglicaized verson Lutwidge and Carroll is an Irish surname similar to the Latin for Charles.

    alice. @Deidré Wallace

    childrens book illustration

    C.S. Lewis

    The First Noel, illustrated by Alice & Martin Provensen. 1959.