布列德

Outlet of a bakery chain store in Taipei: 布列德 (BuLieDe, THE BREAD)

Who inspired who?

left: Bonomi Edward Warren: Sportsman and dog on a wooded path (1868, watercolor) center: William Robert Hill: Alice in Wonderland (1876) - without Cheshire Cat (upper and lower segment expanded vertically) That magic lantern slide formerly shown in nationalmediamuseumblog.wordpress.com/alice-in-wonderland-lewis-carroll-annivers ary now has been replaced by a slide by Sir John Tenniel. right: Bonomi Edward Warren: Woodland Scene in Summer with Children on a Path (1871, oil on canvas)

W. R. Hill: Alice in Wonderland

William Robert Hill: Alice in Wonderland, (c1870) (That magic lantern slide formerly shown in nationalmediamuseumblog.wordpress.com/alice-in-wonderland-lewis-carroll-annivers ary now has been replaced by a slide by Sir John Tenniel.) 2014-10-28: Previously, Tenniel was credited for the work. Tweets on whether that is correct: twitter.com/Bonnetmaker/status/525660964700848129 · Goetz Kluge ‏@Bonnetmaker Oct 24 @mediamuseum: Is the "Alics in Wonderland" illustration in nationalmediamuseumblog.wordpress.com/2…

Alice & Cheshire Cat by Tenniel, Forests by Hill and Warren

background: Sir John Tenniel: Alice & Cheshire Cat (1866 or 1869?) vintageephemera.blogspot.de/2010/08/book-illustration-cheshire-cat-alices.html center right: William Robert Hill: Alice in Wonderland (1876) twitter.com/Bonnetmaker/status/525660964700848129 bottom center: Bonomi Edward Warren: Sportsman and dog on a wooded path (1868, watercolor) bottom right: Bonomi Edward Warren: Woodland Scene in Summer with Children on a Path (1871, oil on canvas)
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