Following up on the success of Alice, Moser created the companion volume later in 1982. He retained the same design characteristics and continued to use known people as models for his characters to add another layer of meaning (Richard Nixon as Humpty Dumpty, and printer extraordinaire Harold McGrath as the White King.)
Go here to see available engravings and sketches from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.
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The book has ninety-two wood engravings engraved by Barry Moser and printed by Harold McGrath with a complete set of prints enclosed. It was bound by Grey Parrot in half-leather.
Limited to 350 signed and numbered copies. To each book, R. Michelson Galleries has added one of the original concept pencil drawings.
View a playlist of videos of Moser talking about the many Alice and Through the Looking-Glass characters at our 30 Year Anniversary exhibit in 2012. They will play in succession.
Visit our YouTube page to scan the list of videos.