American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Tenniel, Sir John 1820-1914. British cartoonist and illustrator of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).
- n. English cartoonist (1820-1914)
“Alice for the iPadOne of the earliest book apps was this Carroll adaptation, with animated and sometimes interactive versions of the classic John Tenniel illustrations, in which objects bounce around the screen and readers can do their own growing and shrinking of Alice.”
“Tenniel would later post: His spunk is a fine example for all White folk.”
“Stormfront member Tenniel contributed again: I very much hope that Pat does not allow himself to be intimidated by the jews and negroes into not going on Political Cesspool again.”
“Stormfront member Tenniel: There have been NO mainstream leaders who have spoken out in support of the White race and White America.”
“There will be the opportunity to see the original drawings by Sir John Tenniel, Salvador Dali's series of twelve Alice in Wonderland illustrations, work by Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Dorothea Tanning and many more...”
“Children will see the original manuscript, Tenniel's drawings, toys and games that were around in the 19th century after the publication of the book.”
“Absent, however, are other Punch cartoonists like Sir John Tenniel and that most successful satirist of the English Aesthetic movement, George du Maurier.”
“It was the source of the 1865 first edition, illustrated by John Tenniel, a popular cartoon artist.”
“In an almost unheard-of tactic for the time, Dodgson approved stamp cases, biscuit and tea tins, board games and figurines bearing Tenniel's illustrations.”
“The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.”
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