jueves, 29 de abril de 2010

Rackham y Dalí: Ilustradores de Alice in Wonderland

Consciente de sus limitaciones como ilustrador, Lewis Carroll decide contratar a John Tenniel, famoso por sus caricaturas en la revista Punch, para la edición de Alice in Wonderland (1865). En 1907, Arthur Rackham, con la acuarela como técnica, representa un país de las maravillas más sombrío. Salvador Dalí, en 1969, se apropia del mundo de Alicia desde el surrealismo.

Arthur Rackham


The Pool of Tears

They began crowded round it panting and asking: "But who has won?"

"Why Mary Ann, what are you doing out here?"

Advice from a Caterpillar

An unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off.

It grunted again so violently that she looked down into its face in some alarm.

A Mad Tea-Party

The Queen turned angrily away from him and said to the Knave: "Turn them over"

The Queen never left off quarreling with the other players, and shouting: "Off with his head!" or: "Off with her head!"

The Mock Turtle drew a long breath and said: "That's very curious"

Who stole the Tarts?

At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her.

Salvador Dalí

Down the Rabbit Hole

The Pool of Tears

A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale

The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill

Advice from a Caterpillar

Pig and Pepper (Tree)

A Mad Tea-Party

The Queen’s Croquet Ground

The Mock Turtle’s Story

The Lobster-Quadrille

Who Stole the Tarts?

Alice’s Evidence

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