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Alice In Wonderland Tea Party, Arthur Rackham - 1000 Piece Puzzle

£12.50

SKU: 552227

Alice In Wonderland Tea Party, Arthur Rackham - 1000 Piece Puzzle. Arthur Rackham was the most influential artist of the Golden Age of Illustration. He worked on timeless classics such as Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906) and illustrated editions of William Shakespeare’s plays, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1908), which incorporated the first of his fairy illustrations, for which he became well known.

He also illustrated the 1907 edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, from which this illustration of Alice at the Hatter’s Tea Party is taken. Alice is at the tea party along with the March Hare, the Hatter and an exhausted Dormouse. The Hatter explains that they have to have tea all day because Time is punishing him by having stopped at 6 p.m. which is, of course, tea time.

This challenging 1000 piece jigsaw is intended for adults and children over 13 years. Part of our exciting collection of Fine Art Puzzles featuring powerful and popular works of art.

  • Finished size 29" x 20"
  • Not suitable for under 3's due to small parts

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Customer Reviews

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Jax
Iconic

I love the picture. I know this is going to be challenging as there aren’t many colours in it. I shall enjoy it!

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Michael Marks
Excellent Speed of Delivery

Looks good but not started it yet.

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Anne Halton
Alice

Very interesting and challenging a delight

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Jen Clarke
A fab find!

So excited to find this jigsaw. I have this exact scene painted on my wall. Not 100% impressed with the quality due to flimsy pieces where occasional bending and bits of the image have come off. But this has only happened to a very tiny number of pieces so shouldn't affect the overall look.

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Heather Massey
Challenging!

I am finding this quite a challenge but am enjoying it. Probably the most difficult I have attempted so far. Hope I can complete it.