The story tells of a young girl named Alice who accidentally falls down a rabbit hole and finds herself on a curious adventure and in the presence of a number of odd and interesting characters. In 1951, Walt Disney realized a long-held ambition and brought this enchanting tale to the big screen, infusing it with his own brand of animated magic and family fun. Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by John Tenniel was exquisitely detailed in the book, while the Disney film was a modernist style with a highly saturated color palette. The Thomas Kinkade Studios painting of Alice in Wonderland captures all the great Disney characters. The hurried White Rabbit, the enigmatic Caterpillar, the lunatic Mad Hatter, the nonsensical Tweedledee and Tweedledum all play a part in the world down the hole. There is also Alice, viewing it all with a child’s innocence and relating to it in a way that brings out the wonderment in all of us. It is with a great deal of pride that we present the Thomas Kinkade Studios painting Alice in Wonderland inspired by the literary genius of Lewis Carroll and animated mastery of Walt Disney.