The Alice set of prints consists of 8 images produced in a limited series of 75 numbered sets. Printed by Kelpra Studio in 1970

One set was presented to the Tate Gallery in 1975 by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints. This set is currently only available for viewing by appointment following the decision by the Tate to remove all of Ovenden's work from display, but the catalogue is still listing the works. A second set presented by the same patrons is held at the V&A and is also not visible in the on-line catalogue.

Another set are displayed at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and is viewable on-line

Tate Liverpool displayed a set as part of it's Alice In Wonderland exhibition in 2011.

But there isn't any wine (1970)
We beg your acceptance of this elegant thimble (1970)
She kept on growing (1970)
And Alice looked around eager to see the Queen (1970)
Wake up Alice dear (1970)
I don't see how he can finish (1970)
You ought to be ashamed of yourself (1970)
I don't think they play at all fairly (1970)

Liverpool Tate Alice in Wonderland 2011

Alice in Wonderland Through the Visual Arts - Tate Liverpool (2011)
Alice Tate Catalogue Page 1
Alice Tate Catalogue Page 2