Citation"Alice Between Two Sleeping Queens, from "Through the Looking-Glass"
(Peter Sheaf Hersey Newell) , 1929.41.5,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Oct 04, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/306451.
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A little girl with a crown on her head is seated on the ground, facing us. She is wearing a white ruffled dress and her petticoat peeps out from her skirt. Two women lean against her on either side. The woman on the left, who is asleep on the girls’ right shoulder, is wearing a crown, an orange patterned shawl, and black gloves, and holds a scepter in her right hand. The woman on the right, who is asleep in the girl’s lap, is wearing an orange patterned shawl, a beaded necklace, and black gloves. A crown is lying in the grass in the foreground.