Folk-Tales of Bengal - Warwick Goble (1912) - When she got out of the water, what a change was seen in her! (The bald wife)
Warwick Goble - Más
Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes…. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.
CANACEE AND THE FALCON BY WARWICK GOBLE Canacee and the Falcon. [Depiction of scene from Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: The Squire's Tale.] Artist: Warwick Goble. Image published: 1912.
Warwick_ oble – Fairies, Angels, and Magical Creatures | Pindolla
Art Poster Warwick Goble Fairy Riding Nautilus
Fairies at the cradle, Warwick Goble
The Fairy Book by Warwick Goble: 'The Iron Stove'
The Yellow Dwarf "There, one day, he heard a voice,and presently after was surprised by the appearance of a mermaid" - Warwick Goble
Artwork by Warwick Goble (1862-1943). English illustrator of children's books.
The Swans by Warwick Goble
She rushed out of the palace and came to the upper world...Warwick Goble
Tales of Faerie: The Moon-Maiden by Warwick Goble
The Fairy Book, 1863Illustrations by Warwick Goble