Explore photograph works of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” writer
01, May 2014
“Charles Lutwidge Dodgson” or “Lewis Carroll” was the famous writer who tells the story of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Not only he was writer but he also logician, mathematician, parson and photographer. He produced more than 3,000 pieces of work and many of his images had brought countless controversies as well.¦
Charles was a photographer for 24 years and captured more than 3,000 images mostly portrait, however, there were also a set of landscape, doll, dog, painting, tree or even skeleton.
During that time there were several debates about his works because most of his portrait images were girl images in natural action, nude images and half nude images. The girl presented in his works, both writing and photograph, were around 10-15 years old. This causes some analysts to believe that he might have pedophilic. The controversies continue until today.
Image Courtesy of “Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and Amadelio”.