Alice in Wonderland
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Painted by Harrison Ellenshaw
24 x 30" giclée on canvas
Limited Edition of 195 giclées with 30 proofs
"I was only six when I saw "Alice in Wonderland" at the cinema with my parents in London. I was awestruck by the film — it was full of psychedelic visuals and verbal nonsense that frightened me, but it never frightened Alice, it only seemed to intrigue her. She was obviously a very special and a very strong willed person."
— Harrison Ellenshaw
Lewis Carroll's brilliant novels Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass were the basis for Walt Disney's animated interpretation of the topsy turvy world portrayed in "Alice in Wonderland." This brilliant giclée from the classic 1951 Disney animated film depicts the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and even the tiny Dormouse as they celebrate yet another "unbirthday." Alice interrupts her pursuit of the White Rabbit to join in the festivities.