• Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969
  • Posted 28 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 37115 Views
  • Published by New York's Maecenas Press-Random House in 1969 as their "book of the month," Dalí's illustrations for Lewis Carroll's world famous novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have become one of the most sought after Dalí suites of all time. Featuring 12 heliogravures of the original gouaches (one for each chapter), the book also comes with one original signed etching in four colours as the frontpiece.

    • As he is an inspiration to many, more noticeable in these illustrations is the influence he had on the great Ralph Steadman.
    • billymentals Posted 28 months ago · 205 Reply
    • Yeah these are sick ! I wish they'd reissue this book for us poor folk check out some of he videos- http://ikono.org/2011/11/salvador-dalis-alice-in-wonderland-1969/
    • Miliken Posted 28 months ago · 143 Reply
    • Homie ripped Kandinsky.
    • Gb Posted 28 months ago · 132 Reply
    • SALVADOR was on Acid.
    • KL Posted 28 months ago · 135 Reply
    • So powerful & extraordinary - they're actually making me cry - i can't imagine what it would be like to sit with the originals. Genius is a world of its own. wow...
    • jm Posted 28 months ago · 117 Reply