Peter Newell - Through the looking glass and what Alice found there 1902 - page 12
"The chessmen were walking about, two and two!". Illustration by Peter Newell to "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There", chapter "Looking-Glass House"
He created picture books and illustrated new editions of many children's books. A native of McDonough County, Illinois, Newell built a reputation in the 1880s and 1890s for his humorous drawings and poems, which appeared in Harper's Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, Scribner's Magazine, The Saturday Evening Post, Judge, and other publications.
Lewis Carroll (1902) Through the looking glass and what Alice found there, New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, pp. Facing 12 Retrieved from Internet Archive: link, digitized by MSN, converted to grayscale