Sir John Tenniel

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Noun1.Sir John Tenniel - English cartoonist (1820-1914)Sir John Tenniel - English cartoonist (1820-1914)  
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The lectures will consider the likes of Sir John Tenniel, who worked for Punch and illustrated Alice in Wonderland, and Aubrey Beardsley who was a leading figure in the Decadent movement.
In the Victorian period cartooning became less vicious, less scatological, with Punch leading the way from the time of its first publication in 1841, employing such brilliant cartoonists as Sir John Tenniel and David Leech as well as distinguished writers such as William Makepeace Thackeray.
When it came to its publication, the author, real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, worked with illustrator Sir John Tenniel to ensure the drawings and design of the book were an integral part of the story.
The tea kit book includes vintage images of Sir John Tenniel's illustration of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Looking in Wonderland: Sir John Tenniel's Illustrations to the Alice Books
A bright yet soft design by Irvin Cheung brilliantly complements images with the inclusion of illustrations by Sir John Tenniel. Tenniel's frog footmen, dodo birds and monsters originally decorated Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.
The black and white settings that ensued in the most part were a salute both to the drawings of Sir John Tenniel. Tenniel's black and white wood engravings for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland first appeared in 1865 and as an illustrator and satirical artist, Tenniel was renowned for his political works that appeared in the British magazine Punch.
Using Sir John Tenniel's famous illustrations for the Alice books and reproductions of Darger's work, Shaw makes the drawings by tracing over pictures--a technique used by Darger himself--then transferring the image with carbon paper onto another page, often combining it with others in what Shaw describes as a primitive form of Photoshop.
This unit of study explores elements of wonder, distortion, fantasy, and whimsy in Lewis Carroll's beloved classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." In the unit, students explore concepts about Wonderland and then listen to the opening chapters of "The Nursery Alice," Carroll's adaptation for younger readers and view Sir John Tenniel's illustrations from the original edition; student then listen to Carroll's whimsical poetry and write whimsical verses of their own.