When you have a close look at the paintings by Salvador Dali, you will realize that you have entered long-lost imagination and it is filled with creatures and objects. Lewis Carroll, a mathematician, and Dali, the writer of Alice in Wonderland have traveled beyond the fairytale. The editor of Random House, in 1960, created a partnership with Dali so that he could sign each copy of Alice in Wonderland.
This collection of books became rare and it entered the auction. Now that Alice in Wonderland turned 150, the collaboration between the two has been printed by Princeton University Press and is the deluxe edition, as it has a brief detail about how there was the connection between Carroll and the President of North America, Mark Burstein.
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In 1969, Salvador Dalí created illustrations for a limited edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The rare work was recently reissued and is now available to Dalí lovers everywhere.