Alice in Wonderland Statue

Alice in Wonderland Statue, Central Park

Alice in Wonderland

The Cheshire Cat n Alice’s Cat Dinah - Alice in Wonderland
The work of the Spanish born, French trained sculptor Jose de Creeft (1900-1982). Publisher and philanthropist George Delacorte (1893-1991) commissioned the sculpture as a tribute to his late wife Margarita, who often read Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to their children. It was given by Delacorte Family as a gift to the children of New York City.
Alice in Wonderland in Central Park, New York
Alice’s statue is one of the favorites and loved by children, you will see them climbing or hiding at the base of the statue.

The Dormouse Alice in Wonderland Sculpture, Central Park
The Dormouse.
The Mad Hatter at Alice in Wonderland, Central Park
Alice in Wonderland and some of the characters at Central Park:
Alice, The Mad Hatter (It's said to be the Caricature of George Delacorte himself), The March Hare, The Cheshire Cat, Alice’s Cat Dinah, The Caterpillar, Bill The Lizard, and The Dormouse.The March Hare at The Mad Hatter Tea Party
It is favored by children who enjoy climbing on it, which was contemplated in its design.[26] At the base of the statue, among other inscriptions, is a line from Lewis Carroll's nonsense poem "Jabberwocky"(7)

Alice's cat Dinah - Alice in Wonderland Sculpture

The Caterpillar, Alice in Wonderland at Central Park
Movies filmed: I’m Lucy, I’m not a Rappaport, If Lucy Fell, Just My Luck, Remember Me.

Bill The Lizard n Alice in Wonderland Sculpture at Central Park
Bill the Lizard

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Cites and Sources:
(7) Rebecca Fishbein (April 16, 2015). "The 16 Best Public Art Pieces In NYC". Gothamist.

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