Illustrations for Lewis Carroll's Alice stories by John Tenniel

 leading from 

  

 

a) Alice In Wonderland

 


a.1)  Alice and the Flamingo from Alice In Wonderland

a.1.ii) See:  References "Saturn devouring his son" (1819–1823) by Francisco Goya?

a.1.iii) See: Referenced in cover of The Panther #13 (July 1973)?

a.1.iv) See: Referenced in HR Giger's Necronom IV?

 

 

  

a.2.i) The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

a.2.iii) See: References Baphomet, in Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, (1856) by Eliphas Levi ?

a.2.iv) See: HR Giger: The Spell IV (work 331) (1977) references The Mad Hatter's Tea Party for Alice In Wonderland (published 1865) by John Tenniel?

a.2.v) See: Referenced in supposed "Mayan" artifact showing contact with extra terrestrials, Side B as seen on America Unearthed.



 

 

a. 3) Page of illustrations for Alice In Wonderland (From a book published 1923. Was this arrangement of images published earlier?) by John Tenniel 

a. 3.i) See:  Referenced in Giger's Biomechanical landscape II (work 298) (1976) 


 

b) "Alice Through The Looking Glass" (1871)

 

 


b. 1) Alice and the Knitting Sheep from "Alice Through The Looking Glass" 

b. 1. i) See: Referenced in HR Giger: Biomechanoid III, 1974 by HR Giger?  

b. 1. ii) See: Referenced in supposed "Mayan" artifact showing contact with extra terrestrials Side A as seen on America Unearthed?

 

 

2)"The Borogoves, Toves and the Raths " from Alice Through The Looking Glass (1871) by John Tenniel

2. i) See: References The Promenade on Houseback (1868) by Edgar Degas?

2. ii) See: Referencd in Job and the judgement of Paris (1966) by Ernst Fuchs?

2. iii) See: Referenced in HR Giger's Alien Life Cycle Hieroglyphics (1978) for Alien?




 

3) 'The Walrus and the Carpenter with empty oyster shells' for Lewis Carroll's Alice Through The Looking Glass (published 1871) by John Tenniel'

3.i) See: Referenced in Pilot in cockpit (work 380) (1978) for Alien



4)  The Railway Guard looking at Alice' (1871)  for 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' by John Tenniel ? 

4.i) See: Referenced in Birth Temple painting for Alien (1976 or 77) Ron Cobb

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