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The ever popular story of Alice In Wonderland is brought to life in this Victorian setting. Alice has arrived in Wonderland and is opening the "drink me" bottle for the first time. Alice always being little curious and mischievous has no idea of the magical journey that awaits her.
This drawing is an illustration for a poetry book written by the fabulous dark fantasy author Philip McCall II. This amazing book is Gothic twist on the popular Alice in Wonderland story.

*Special thank to =liam-stock for the photo reference.

* A Limited Edition Canvas Giclee Print is the next best thing to the original drawing.
* Only 23 of each painting will ever be made! They are truly One Of A Kind!
* All of my black and white limited edition canvas prints DO NOT have any hand painting on them. Hence the reason they cost less money the the colored LE canvas prints ;)
* Size 10" wide X 13" tall X 3/4" deep
* Printed on Satin Archival Epson Canvas
* All canvas prints are hand coated and set with a UV protectant giclee varnish shield giving it a glossy finish just like the original painting.
* You do NOT need to frame my canvas prints! The canvas is stretched on stretcher bars, the edges are finished & there is a hanger on the back, so all you have to do is decide where you want to hang, put a nail in the wall & you are good to go.

For more detailed information about my Limited Edition Canvas Prints you can go here:


Alice In Wonderland Limited Edition Canvas Giclee Print 10x13


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: print, art, gloss, canvas, stretcher bars, wood, staples
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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