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Tenniel Collection

Step into the whimsical world of Tenniel's imagination, where Alice embarks on extraordinary adventures

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice looking at a small door behind a curtain, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel

Alice looking at a small door behind a curtain, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel
Alice looking at a small door behind a curtain, 1889. Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel (1820-1914). From Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice and the Cheshire Cat, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel

Alice and the Cheshire Cat, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel
Alice and the Cheshire Cat, 1889. Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel (1820-1914). From Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. [Macmillan & Co

Background imageTenniel Collection: The King and Queen of Hearts in Court, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel

The King and Queen of Hearts in Court, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel
The King and Queen of Hearts in Court, 1889. Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel (1820-1914). From Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice at the croquet game

Alice in Wonderland, Alice at the croquet game, with flamingo (mallet) and hedgehogs (balls). Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel

Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel
Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) Prussian/German statesman, resigned as Chancellor, together with his son the German foreign minister

Background imageTenniel Collection: ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 1865. The Cheshire Cat. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 1865. The Cheshire Cat. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland, 1865

Background imageTenniel Collection: Off with her head! Alice and the Red Queen, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel

Off with her head! Alice and the Red Queen, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel
Off with her head! Alice and the Red Queen, 1889. Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel (1820-1914). From Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice in the White Rabbits house

Alice in Wonderland, Alice in the White Rabbits house. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: ALICEs MAD-TEA PARTY, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter

ALICEs MAD-TEA PARTY, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter, and the Dormouse for a Mad-Tea Party. Wood engraving after the design by Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carrolls

Background imageTenniel Collection: CARROLL: ALICE, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter, and the Dormouse for a Mad Tea Party

CARROLL: ALICE, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter, and the Dormouse for a Mad Tea Party. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel from the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in

Background imageTenniel Collection: Tenniel / Alice & Glass / Bw

Tenniel / Alice & Glass / Bw
Alice looking through the looking glass 1 of 2 : this side

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice and the Cheshire Cat

Alice and the Cheshire Cat -- the grinning cat, with whom Alice has just had a conversation, fades away as it sits on a tree branch

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice and Cheshire Cat

Alice in Wonderland, Alice and Cheshire Cat
Alice in Wonderland, Alice has a conversation with a Cheshire Cat. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice and a caterpillar

Alice in Wonderland, Alice and a caterpillar
Alice in Wonderland, Alice meets a caterpillar sitting on a mushroom, smoking a hookah. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: Save Me From My Friends! Amir Sher Ali of Afghanistan endeavors to stand between the Russian bear

Save Me From My Friends! Amir Sher Ali of Afghanistan endeavors to stand between the Russian bear
SECOND AFGHAN WAR, 1878. Save Me From My Friends! Amir Sher Ali of Afghanistan endeavors to stand between the Russian bear and the British lion as each eyes the other with suspicion

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice in the Pool of Tears

Alice in Wonderland, Alice in the Pool of Tears
Alice in Wonderland -- Alice swims with various birds and animals in the Pool of Tears. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: The Cheshire Cat looking down at the Red King and Queen having an argument, 1889

The Cheshire Cat looking down at the Red King and Queen having an argument, 1889. Artist: John Tenniel
The Cheshire Cat looking down at the Red King and Queen having an argument, 1889. Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel (1820-1914)

Background imageTenniel Collection: The Queen of Hearts, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel

The Queen of Hearts, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel
The Queen of Hearts, 1930. The Queen of Hearts from Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland. After an illustration by John Tenniel (1820-1914) colour printed by Edward Evans (1826-1905)

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice and Red Queen

Alice in Wonderland, Alice and Red Queen
Alice in Wonderland, Alice meets the Red Queen at the croquet game. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: Cartoon, The Dropped Pilot, WW1

Cartoon, The Dropped Pilot, WW1
Cartoon, The Dropped Pilot, twenty-four years after Tenniel. In Tenniels Dropping the Pilot cartoon of 1890 Kaiser Wilhelm II watches as Bismarck disembarks from the ship (of state)

Background imageTenniel Collection: SECOND AFGHAN WAR, 1878. Save Me From My Friends! Amir Sher Ali of Afghanistan

SECOND AFGHAN WAR, 1878. Save Me From My Friends! Amir Sher Ali of Afghanistan endeavors to stand between the Russian bear and the British lion as each eyes the other with suspicion

Background imageTenniel Collection: CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alices kitten, Dinah. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first

CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alices kitten, Dinah. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking Glass, 1872

Background imageTenniel Collection: The Shower of Cards. Illustration for Alice in Wonderland by L. Carroll, 1890

The Shower of Cards. Illustration for Alice in Wonderland by L. Carroll, 1890. Artist: Tenniel, Sir John (1820-1914)
The Shower of Cards. Illustration for Alice in Wonderland by L. Carroll, 1890. Private Collection

Background imageTenniel Collection: Telescopic Philanthropy, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel

Telescopic Philanthropy, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel
Telescopic Philanthropy, 1865. Little London Arab. Please M, Ain t We Black Enough to be Cared For? (With Mr. Punchs Compliments to Lord Stanley.) In his novel, Bleak House

Background imageTenniel Collection: DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had

DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had jumped lightly down into the Looking-glass room

Background imageTenniel Collection: Trafalgar Square Lions

Trafalgar Square Lions
Nelson thanks Edwin Landseer for the lions which are finally installed at the foot of his column in Trafalgar Square. Date: 1867

Background imageTenniel Collection: CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alice at the Looking-Glass

CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alice at the Looking-Glass. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking Glass, 1872

Background imageTenniel Collection: The Cook, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel

The Cook, 1930. Artist: John Tenniel
The Cook, 1930. The Cook from Lewis Carrolls (1832-1898) Alice in Wonderland. After an illustration by John Tenniel (1820-1914) colour printed by Edward Evans (1826-1905)

Background imageTenniel Collection: Happy Hampstead!, 1875. Artist: Joseph Swain

Happy Hampstead!, 1875. Artist: Joseph Swain
Happy Hampstead!, 1875. A suburban family is shown enjoying a day out in the park. Behind them lurk the shrouded and menacing figures of Smallpox and Fever

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice and the pack of cards

Alice in Wonderland, Alice and the pack of cards, as the courtroom scene disintegrates at the end of the story. Date: early 20th century

Background imageTenniel Collection: DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. Alice found the glass was beginning to melt away

DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. Alice found the glass was beginning to melt away. After the design by Sir John Tenniel for the first edition, 1872, of Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking Glass

Background imageTenniel Collection: Silhouette, As Mad As A Hatter (or March Hare)

Silhouette, As Mad As A Hatter (or March Hare)
As Mad As A Hatter (or March Hare) -- silhouette based on illustrations to Alice in Wonderland, showing the Mad Hatter and March Hare sitting at the tea table

Background imageTenniel Collection: Scene from The Mad Hatters Tea Party, c. 1865 (pen and brown ink)

Scene from The Mad Hatters Tea Party, c. 1865 (pen and brown ink)
985961 Scene from The Mad Hatters Tea Party, c.1865 (pen and brown ink) by Tenniel, John (1820-1914); 12.5x9.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Scene from The Mad Hatters Tea Party)

Background imageTenniel Collection: Cartoon, John Bull is forced to accept American aid from Uncle Sam. Date: 1879

Cartoon, John Bull is forced to accept American aid from Uncle Sam. Date: 1879

Background imageTenniel Collection: The Conservative Programme, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Conservative Programme, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Conservative Programme, 1872. This cartoon shows Benjamin Disraeli, the Conservative Leader of the Conservative Party. He is being questioned by Lord Abercorn about the Conservative policy

Background imageTenniel Collection: A Railway Revolution, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain

A Railway Revolution, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
A Railway Revolution, 1874. A large lady seeks advice from the Railway guard at St Pancras. From Punch, or the London Charivari, October 10, 1874

Background imageTenniel Collection: M JEKYLL, O HYDE

M JEKYLL, O HYDE
Dr M Jekyll and Mr O Hyde - Tenniel uses Stevensons novel as an allegory of Irelands two faces - the one respectable, the other murderous. Date: 1888

Background imageTenniel Collection: CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alice entering the Looking-Glass

CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Alice entering the Looking-Glass. Illustration by John Tenniel from the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking Glass, 1872

Background imageTenniel Collection: CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Ticket-taker on the train inspecting Alice with opera glasses

CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS. Ticket-taker on the train inspecting Alice with opera glasses. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking Glass, 1872

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice and the Cheshire Cat, c1910. Artist: John Tenniel

Alice and the Cheshire Cat, c1910. Artist: John Tenniel
Alice and the Cheshire Cat, c1910. From Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll. [W. Butcher & Sons, London, c1910]

Background imageTenniel Collection: The caterpillar on his mushroom, c1900

The caterpillar on his mushroom, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 776. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter I

Background imageTenniel Collection: She grew and grew, c1900

She grew and grew, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 776. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter I. Down The Rabbit Hole. [W

Background imageTenniel Collection: There was a mouse splashing about, c1900

There was a mouse splashing about, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 776. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter I

Background imageTenniel Collection: Curiouser and curiouser, cried Alice, c1900

Curiouser and curiouser, cried Alice, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 776. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter I

Background imageTenniel Collection: Down the Rabbit Hole, c1900

Down the Rabbit Hole, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 776. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter I. Down The Rabbit Hole. [W

Background imageTenniel Collection: And then the whole pack rose up into the air, c1900

And then the whole pack rose up into the air, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 778. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter III

Background imageTenniel Collection: What do you know about this business?, c1900

What do you know about this business?, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 778. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter III

Background imageTenniel Collection: Alice was growing larger again, c1900

Alice was growing larger again, c1900. After the illustrations by John Tenniel. From Coloured Lantern Slides - Primus Junior Lecturers Series: No. 778. Alice in Wonderland. Chapter III



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Step into the whimsical world of Tenniel's imagination, where Alice embarks on extraordinary adventures. From the croquet game with peculiar characters to exploring the White Rabbit's house, every moment is filled with enchantment. Dropping the Pilot in 1890 showcases Tenniel's artistic prowess beyond Wonderland, capturing a captivating scene. The mischievous Cheshire Cat comes to life through Tenniel's iconic illustration in Lewis Carroll's timeless tale. Off with her head. Alice and the Red Queen captivate us with their intense encounter, beautifully depicted by Tenniel in 1889. Join Alice as she joins the March Hare, Hatter, and Dormouse for a Mad-Tea Party - an unforgettable gathering brought to life by Sir John Tenniel himself in 1865. Witness Alice conversing with a curious caterpillar as they navigate Wonderland together. In this black and white masterpiece from Carroll: Alice (1865), we see yet another glimpse of Tenniel's incredible talent. Explore the magical realm through Tenniel's eyes as he portrays Alice alongside mesmerizing glass elements that add depth and intrigue to his artwork. The enigmatic Cheshire Cat accompanies our beloved protagonist once again - an enduring symbol of mystery and mischief within Wonderland itself. Dive into the Pool of Tears alongside brave little Alice as she navigates this tumultuous journey through wonderland.