A charming monograph on the photography of the much-loved children's author, Lewis Carroll. (Anne Higonnet)
Lewis Carroll (183298), author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, is also recognized as one of the most influential Victorian portrait photographers The best introductory monograph available on Carroll's photographyDocuments the development of his career through a chronological sequence of images. Includes his famous portraits of the original Alice who inspired the stories and eminent Victorians such as Alfred Lord Tennyson and John Everett Millais. Offers a fresh perspective on Carroll's life and works, and provides insightful analysis of the photographs and their subjects. A fascinating portrait of Victorian England from the eye of one of the world's best-loved children's authors which will appeal to photography and history enthusiasts, as well as the many fans of his writing.