Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush by Emma Chichester Clark is from the story Alice through the Looking Glass

'You've been wrong!' cried Tweedledum, 'The first thing in a visit is to say "How d'ye do?" and shake hands!' And here the two brothers gave each other a hug and then they held out the two hands that were free to shake hands with her. Alice did not like shaking hands with either of them first, for fear of hurting the other one's feelings, so as the best way out of the difficulty she took hold of both hands at once. The next moment they were dancing round in a ring.

Emma Chichester Clark illustrated both of Lewis Carroll's Alice stories for publisher Harper Collins. Her wonderful paintings accompanied an abridged text, making the books suitable for a younger audience. This image appeared in Alice through the looking glass by Lewis Carroll, Emma Chichester Clark.

Here we go round the Mulberry Bush

This is a fabulous print of Emma Chichester Clark's Alice as she dances with Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
This giclee print comes from a Limited Edition of only 20 signed by the illustrator, and is supplied with a certificate of authenticity. It is printed on Hahnemuhle German Etching textured 310gsm paper and published by Blue Cat Press.
The giclee process uses the highest quality inks with superb fade resistance to produce the highest quality artwork.
Image size: 12.5" x 10.5"
Paper size: 16" x 12"
Framing: Supplied unframed
Price £90.00
Shipping £5 WITHIN UK