What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like?

In 1969, the Random House Book of the Month Club gave readers the opportunity to purchase a copy of Lewis Caroll's Alice in Wonderland as illustrated by surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. And yes, the Mad Hatter's tea party does include a picture of a melted clock.

The painter put his loopy imprimatur on each one of the book's chapters. Here's a video guide to the book. Also somewhat related, the Disney/Dalí collaboration Destino.

What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like?

"Alice Frontipiece"


What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Down the Rabbit Hole"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "The Pool of Tears"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Caucus Race and a Long Tale"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Advice from a Caterpillar"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Pig and Pepper"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Mad Tea Party"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "The Queen's Croquet Ground"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "The Mock Turtle's Story"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "The Lobster's Quadrille"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Who Stole The Tarts"
What did Salvador Dalí's Alice in Wonderland look like? "Alice's Evidence"

[William Bennett Gallery via Laughing Squid]