Alethea (Alice Liddell), 1872.
Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron of Alice Liddell who as a child... News Photo 9076299319th Century Style,Adult,Alice,Alice in Wonderland - Fictional Character,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Child,Floral,Flower,Hair,Julia Margaret Cameron,Lewis,Lewis Carroll,People,Photograph,Portrait,Pre-Raphaelite,UK,Vertical,Victorian Style,WomenPhotographer Royal Photographic SocietyCollection: SSPL SSPL/NMeM/Royal Photographic SocietyUNITED KINGDOM - MAY 19: Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) of Alice Liddell (1852�1934) who, as a child, was photographed by Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson). He wrote �Alice in Wonderland� and �Through the Looking Glass� for her. Alethea is an ancient Greek the word meaning honesty and sincerity. Cameron's photographic portraits are considered among the finest in the early history of photography. She set up a private studio at her Isle of Wight home at the age of 48, after her daughter gave her a camera, and she became expert at using the collodion wet-plate process. She used friends, servants and neighbours as subjects, including the scientists John Herschel and Charles Darwin, and the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)