[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”].  After  John Tenniel, Brit.
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]
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[Doilies From “Alice In Wonderland”]

c1930s. Seventeen (17) gouache vignettes on fringed silk mats, 6 x 8.9cm (approx. each); 15 x 15cm (fabric). Slight stains to margins.

Provenance: Casey Family.

Images traced by Lady Maie Casey from John Tenniel’s illustrations in the original editions of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1871).

Lady Maie Casey (Aust., 1892-1983) was an Australian pioneer aviator, poet, author and artist. She was the wife of Richard Casey, Governor General of Australia (1965-1969), and niece of artist Ellis Rowan. She was a graduate of the Westminster School of Art, London, and a patron for young Australian artists such as Sidney Nolan. She became a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1979. Ref: ADB.

Full visual record available upon request.

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Item #CL187-131

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