Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

This is the third article in my series on Salvador Dalí, following the retrospective of his work at Instituto Tomie Ohtake in São Paulo.

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

In 1969 Dalí illustrated a special edition of Alice in Wonderland, which is of course one of the most perfect narratives to receive the attention of Dalí’s surrealist, dream-like and absurdest approach to art.

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

Photo: Simon Robinson

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