Sir John Tenniel is an artist credited in the "Wonderland" supplement for the JAGS roleplaying game.
The cover image from the Sierra Madre Games box of Pax Pamir is from a political cartoon drawn by Sir John Tenniel for Punch magazine in 1878.
Tenniel is most famous for his many illustrations of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
User information: "Very famous artist with a distinctive style. He illustrated the original 'Alice' books and those illustrations are much sought after. His images were used by Thomas De La Rue and Jaques for their card games. Later, Gibsons (with their purchase of the Pepys trademark) were able to use the original illustrations for their reprints of card games first published around the turn of the 20th century."