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Alice and the Mouse Swimming in the Pool of Tears, illustration from Alice in Wonderland, published by Editions Delagrave, Paris, 1935

by Pecoud

Alice and the Mouse Swimming in the Pool of Tears, illustration from Alice in Wonderland, published by Editions Delagrave, Paris, 1935 - Pecoud
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Alice and the Mouse Swimming in the Pool of Tears, illustration from Alice in Wonderland, published by Editions Delagrave, Paris, 1935 - Pecoud

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English: "Alice and the Mouse Swimming in the Pool of Tears, illustration from Alice in Wonderland, published by Editions Delagrave, Paris, 1935" oil on Canvas.
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1935

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Pecoud

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