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Alice in Wonderland exhibit at Tate Liverpool

Want to see a lot of the great Alice art all in one place, from Carroll’s drawings to Dalí? Art and Illustrations of Alice make up a new exhibit at the Tate Liverpool, called Alice in Wonderland. Marina Warner has a preview of it in The Guardian: It’s perhaps surprising that an art gallery, rather… [read full post]

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Popular New Destination for Alice in Wonderland Tourists

FoxNews.com reports that Antony House, in Plymouth, UK, has seen a “huge increase in visitors” since Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie was released in March 2010.  The mansion (pictured above) was used in filming the non-Underland parts of the film. Antony House, near Plymouth in southern England, was lucky to attract more than 20,000… [read full post]

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Images of Murals at the Lewis Carroll Children’s Library in Islington, London, UK

There’s no debt to Tenniel in these murals at the Lewis Carroll Children’s Library in the London Borough of Islington (that’s London UK, not London TX, AK, OH, PA etc.). Instead there seems to be something of an early-Atari-meets-Crayola 64-pack influence at work. They are fun though. The library is London’s only stand-alone children’s library… [read full post]

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