Illustrated “Through the Looking Glass”

Here your can browse my collection of illustrated Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking Glass’, the famous sequel to “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Two Lewis Carroll’s Alice books are literature that no childhood should be without and are certainly the read you’d easily enjoy as adult. After all, “a children’s story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children’s story in the slightest.” as C.S. Lewis famously remarked. See you on the other side of looking glass!

In conversation with Gavin O'Keefe - on art, music, publishing and illustrating Lewis Carroll Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass" Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass"

In conversation with Gavin O’Keefe – on art, music, publishing and illustrating Lewis Carroll

Gavin O’Keefe is one of Australia’s most talented book illustrators and graphic designers. He is a trained violist who worked as a professional orchestral musician.  His interest and passion for …

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"Alice" gets surreal in Jean-Claude Silbermann's "Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass" Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass" Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass"

“Alice” gets surreal in Jean-Claude Silbermann’s “Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass”

“I sometimes paint against my will, without pleasure, with fear even.  I sometimes paint out of duty to the truth.” Jean-Claude Silbermann is a French poet and painter born in …

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"Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass" illustrated by Kuniyoshi Kaneko Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass" Illustrated "Through the Looking Glass"

“Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass” illustrated by Kuniyoshi Kaneko

Over 100 Japanese artists have tried their hand at illustrating ‘Alice’. Stylistically, these illustrations are categorised into pre-WWII “Alice” and post-WWII “Alice”, with the latter broken down into new modern …

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