the march hare | Thackery Earwicket The March Hare

the march hare | Thackery Earwicket The March Hare

Tea for thought by ~Ville Alice in wonderland the March hare Alice in wonderland  api Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Tea for thought by ~Ville Alice in wonderland the March hare Alice in wonderland api Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Alice in Wonderland - Sophie Wilkins

Alice in Wonderland - Sophie Wilkins

Inside Elegy: March Hare Commission~

Inside Elegy: March Hare Commission~

March_Hare_costume_sketch_by_MsPandemonium.jpg (236×549)

March_Hare_costume_sketch_by_MsPandemonium.jpg (236×549)

March Hares - Nat Morley

March Hares - Nat Morley

( - p.mc.n. ) the familiar 'rabbit/hare trinity' -- here labelled "Unser seindt vier" [We are four/there's four of us]. from the album amicorum of Frederick IV of the Palatine [UB Heidelberg, Pal. Ger. 619 -- this is f.47v. entries are dated 1582-1605]. Here we have an interesting association with the motif of the 2 fools who say "we are three" -- making the viewer by his/her puzzled inquiry the 3rd! The hare also has traditional associations of folly -- cf. Eng. "mad as a march hare"

( - p.mc.n. ) the familiar 'rabbit/hare trinity' -- here labelled "Unser seindt vier" [We are four/there's four of us]. from the album amicorum of Frederick IV of the Palatine [UB Heidelberg, Pal. Ger. 619 -- this is f.47v. entries are dated 1582-1605]. Here we have an interesting association with the motif of the 2 fools who say "we are three" -- making the viewer by his/her puzzled inquiry the 3rd! The hare also has traditional associations of folly -- cf. Eng. "mad as a march hare"

March Hare, Alice in Wonderland, March Hare, Walt Disney, tea party, Alice, Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, Caterpillar, White Rabbit

March Hare, Alice in Wonderland, March Hare, Walt Disney, tea party, Alice, Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, Caterpillar, White Rabbit

Inside Elegy: March Hare Commission~

Inside Elegy: March Hare Commission~

Some ‘mad’ March hares for March 1st. Hare studies (1885) by  Bruno Liljefors (1860–1939). Source - Stockholms Auktionsverk viaWikimedia

Some ‘mad’ March hares for March 1st. Hare studies (1885) by Bruno Liljefors (1860–1939). Source - Stockholms Auktionsverk viaWikimedia

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