Salvador Dali Once Illustrated "Alice In Wonderland"

It was a match made is psychedelic Heaven. Surreal and melty, just what you’d expect from Dali.

In 1969, a print run of Alice In Wonderland was released featuring the surreal illustrations of Salvador Dali. The book contained twelve heliogravures according to Brain Pickings, one for each chapter.

A heliogravure is one of the oldest ways to reproduced photographic images, involving an expensive, time-consuming process. You can read all about it over here. The decision to use this technique helped emphasize the lush colors Dali favored.

Only the cover of the was different, a sketched etching in muted tones.

Thanks to the William Bennett Gallery for preserving Dali’s work in digital form!

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2. Down The Rabbit Hole

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3. The Pool Of Tears

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4. A Caucus Race And A Long Tale

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5. The Rabbit Sends In A Little Bill

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6. Advice From A Caterpillar

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7. Pig And Pepper

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8. Mad Tea Party

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9. The Queen’s Croquet Ground

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10. The Mock Turtle’s Story

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11. Lobster Quadrille

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12. Who StoleThe Tarts?

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13. Alice’s Evidence

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