Tweedledum and eedeldeewT by JELarson

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An illustration depicting the quarrelsome brothers who delight in rattles and afright with crows, from Lewis Carrol’s, “Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.”

Illustration © 2010 by J.E.Larson

This illustration as well as the other Alice themed works in this gallery can be found in the March 2010 issue of Somerset Studio.


nonsense, tweedledee, alice in wonderland, lewis carroll, tweedledum, german expressionism

J.E.Larson was born during the spring of the great Tea Cosy Revolution. He is believed to have been raised in the scriptorium of a didactic monastery before touring the moors of Humbug near the coast of Hopping Frog with a traveling caravan of gypsies. He now illustrates for several publications through automated dispatch from a tower in Claggum Hall.

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  • Trystan  Mitchell
    Trystan Mitchellover 4 years ago

    Another fine fine illustration!

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainover 4 years ago

    This is absolutely awwwwesome, wonderful, stunning art

  • JELarson
    JELarsonover 4 years ago

    Thank you both!

  • Poisonlolly
    Poisonlollyover 4 years ago

    great details!!! amazing!

  • JELarson
    JELarsonover 4 years ago

    Thanks, Poisonlolly:)

  • whoo
    whooover 4 years ago

    well done. I just read that book a little bit ago, and this is a fantastic depiction of the two brothers.

  • JELarson
    JELarsonover 4 years ago

    Wonderful book – I’m so glad you like this interpretation!

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 4 years ago

  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 4 years ago

    loving your style, awesome!

  • Many thanks!

    – JELarson

  • sable
    sableover 4 years ago

    Love Alice, love this. Your work is brilliant

  • Thank you so much:)

    – JELarson

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