Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have been illustrated by many artists, starting with John Tenniel and including Peter Newell, Arthur Rackham, and Barry Moser. Pictured here is Moser's interpretation of the Hatter - the final published print and the original wood block. His Hatter is a somewhat more sinister character than that depicted in Disney's 1951 film adaptation and one can believe that this gentleman has absorbed enough mercury to become "mad as a hatter."
Ask for Presses P372c to see the Pennyroyal Press edition illustrated by Barry Moser. The original blocks for Alice and other Moser books can be found in one of our manuscript collections, ML-39. A finding aid is available.
And of course, we can't forget Alice herself.