Pen-and-ink drawing of the art that would appear on page 130 of Pogany's edition of ALICE, captioned "The moment Alice Appeared She Was Appealed to by all Three to Settle the Question," and signed with initials.
Original art for ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
Willy Pogany's edition of ALICE, published by Dutton in 1929, is illustrated in black and white with a decidedly Art-Deco Alice sporting a flapper hairstyle and skirt. This image shows Alice talking to the King and Queen of Hearts, with 4 other card figures standing near and the Cheshire Cat in the upper corner. The image in the book is greatly reduced from this original. A great item, full of charm and detail.
n.p. n.p, [no later than 1929]. 4.75'' x 7.25'' (image); 11.5'' x 11'' (board). Single flexible board, matted. Signed by Pogany with initials.
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