Below you’ll see both “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking-Glass” illustrated by the Australian master Robert Ingpen. Originally published by Palazzo Editions (my books shown here are by Walker Books Australia) in a series of 14 children’s classic titles these 2 “Alice” tales are of the highest quality, with unabridged texts and superb illustrations.
To read more about the classic library of the best literary masterpieces with Robert Ingpen’s illustrations click here. I suggest that every one of its 14 titles, including two Carroll’s “Alice” tales, are the ‘must-haves’ for any growing reader, so I am listing them in the ‘Home Library Essentials’ of this blog.
Those who follow my blog would know how big a fan I am of this artist. Browse this link to read more about Robert Ingpen, his life, art and books.
To browse other editions of illustrated “Alice in Wonderland” click here.
To browse other editions of illustrated “Through the Looking-Glass” click here.
For an Indigenous Australian retelling of “Alice in Wonderland” click here.
What are you favourite versions of illustrated ‘Alice’?