Perhaps his most well-known works, the ‘Alice’ series sees Blackman imagine Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. In his iconic style however, Blackman undercuts the myth with the personal - tying Alice’s disorientating adventure to his wife Barbara, whose eyesight was deteriorating.
Charles BLACKMAN (1928 - )
'Alice in Wonderland'
pigment print on paper
Edition AP of 125
Image Size: 84 x 66 cm
Dimensions: 95 x 77 cm
Signed: signed with initials, editioned AP, and embossed seal of the artist in margin
Provenance: Charles Blackman Limited Edition
Comes with Letter of Provenance
**ALMOST SOLD OUT**
Condition: new, excellent.
See Guardian article about this series: The Curious World of Charles Blackman in Pictures
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