The Tea Party

Tea Party.jpg

The name of this painting alludes to the tea party held in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and has no other meaning. Although Euripides may be dressed as a 16th Century swashbuckler, there is a clue in the image that places it in contemporary times. Actually, there are four clues. Can you find them?

You will find a more recent version of a tea party in the Other Rip Squeak Art section that is called Tea Anyone? The predecessor of this Rip Squeak image included Leonard's characters known as the Pixquiks™. It was also called The Tea Party and is shown below.


The Tea Party

© 1992 Leonard Filgate