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Unlike Lewis Carroll's famous literary character, Morgan Weistling's Alice has managed to catch her white rabbit without having to dive down his hole after him. A featured work at the 2011 Jackson Hole Art Auction, Alice sold for over $86,000, far exceeding the auction's estimated sale price. Alice showcases the blend of vibrant approach and outstanding execution that has made Morgan one of the country's most important contemporary painters.
With his masterful use of oils, Morgan Weistling brings this simple scene to life. Spectacular lighting combined with gentle brushworks and impressions create this dreamlike image. A period piece with a modern-day flair, Alice is as timeless a work as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, first published in 1865. "I tried to capture the fun and imaginative world of children and their pets," says Weistling. "This young girl and her furry friend were easy inspiration to spur this painting on."
This Piece has been Signed by Morgan Weistling