Lewis Carroll

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Wanda Gag maker of the beloved children's book 'Millions of Cats'  (American, 1893–1946)

Women and Cats will do as they please...: Photo

...and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea. - Robert A. Heinlein

Alethea, by Julia Margaret Cameron. 1872

150 Year Old Portraits By Julia Margaret Cameron That Show A Surprising Side Of The Victorian Era

It's never too late to pursue your dreams, that's what Julia Margaret Cameron learned in 1863 at the age of forty-eight, when she received her first camera

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Lewis Carroll’s Photographs of Alice Liddell, the Inspiration for Alice in Wonderland

One of the great polymaths of the 19th century, Lewis Carroll (pen name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) —mathematician, logician, author, poet, Anglican cleric—took to the new medium of photography with the same alacrity he applied to all of his pursuits.

Lady Clementina Hawarden, Lewis Caroll's favorite photographer - Sweeping Beauty: Fairytale pose

£150k auction of rare snaps by Lewis Carroll’s favourite Scottish photographer

THIRTY-SEVEN prints by Scots pioneer Lady Clementina Hawarden will go under the hammer next month in London.

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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, mais conhecido como Lewis Carroll, aquele do país das maravilhas, exerceu a fotografia de uma forma intensa por um breve período de sua vida. Entre 1856 e 1900 ele tirou mais de 3000 fotos, mas apenas 1000 dessa sobreviveram, a maioria retratava meninas de uma forma um tanto quanto sombria. Mas Carroll (...)

Photography by Lewis Carroll

Fotografias sombrias de Lewis Carroll

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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, mais conhecido como Lewis Carroll, aquele do país das maravilhas, exerceu a fotografia de uma forma intensa por um breve período de sua vida. Entre 1856 e 1900 ele tirou mais de 3000 fotos, mas apenas 1000 dessa sobreviveram, a maioria retratava meninas de uma forma um tanto quanto sombria. Mas Carroll (...)

Meet the real Alice in Wonderland

Meet the real Alice in Wonderland

Alice Liddell was 10 years old when she became the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's classic story.