Alice as Queen with the Frog
Alice as Queen with the Frog

Victorian picture to download of an illustration by Tenniel to Lewis Carroll's '[Alice] Through the Looking Glass' showing Alice, now a queen, with the Frog at the door of her palace.

'She was standing before an arched doorway, over whih were the words "QUEEN ALICE" in large letters ... Alice knocked and rang in vain for a long time; but at last a very old Frog ... got up and hobbled slowly towards her: he was dressed in bright yellow, and had enormous boots on.'

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