Alice in Wonderland revisited in magnificent paintings by a French artist
Snoozing by a river bank, a book open by her side, Alice soon finds herself following a rabbit in a hurry who leads her into a magic universe where she meets all kinds of strange creatures. She must endeavour to regain her normal size and finds herself asking all sorts of questions about her true nature and existence.
The story of a girl who dreams about growing up without ever becoming an adult.
This perfectly sums up the approach of the artist Daniel Cacouault and how he was inspired by this literary classic. He has produced a score of oil paintings carefully reproduced in this coffee table book. They are impregnated with the richness of Carroll’s text while providing further proof that Alice in Wonderland is much more than a simple children’s tale.