“What’s a matter my dear, don’t you care for tea?”
~ Mad Hatter
The story of young Alice continues as she stumbles upon the colorful tea party hosted by the Mad Hatter. The dining table is set with a variety of teas, pastries, and goodies, and soft light emanates from the lanterns overhead. The Dormouse and The March Hare have taken their places at the table, but will the enigmatic Caterpillar, Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit, and Broomdog be invited to take a seat? In the distance, just beyond the maze, the Queen of Hearts’ Castle is illuminated by the colorful fireworks as she plays a game of croquet.
Thomas Kinkade Studios’ painting Disney Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is inspired by the literary genius of Lewis Carroll and the animated mastery of Walt Disney, and is a follow-up to the Thomas Kinkade Studios artwork Disney Alice in Wonderland.
Disney Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is the follow-up painting to the popular Limited Edition Art Disney Alice in Wonderland, which was published by Thomas Kinkade Studios in 2016.
Many of the beautiful supporting characters from the 1951 Walt Disney animated film are portrayed in this painting. Can you find the Bread-and-Butterflies and the Singing Flowers?
The White Rabbit rushes around, concerned about being late for the Queen of Hearts’ garden party. At the Tea Party, the Mad Hatter and the March Hare will proclaim that his watch is “two days slow”, breaking it in their efforts to help him.
Thomas Kinkade Studios painted Disney Mad Hatter’s Tea Party in the narrative panoramic style that Thomas Kinkade developed in collaboration with Disney, sharing many iconic characters and parts of the story naturally in one painting. Can you spot Caterpillar, Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts?