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Warwick Goble, Victorian-Edwardian era Fairy Tale illustrations

Princess Rides on Enchanted Dolphin Fabric Block - Repro Warwick Goble Illustration

Mermaid Combing Her Hair Giclee Print by Warwick Goble at Art.com

Mermaid Combing Her Hair


Woman with Moon - 1903 - Postcard - Style: Art Nouveau - Watsonette by Delilah Anthony Disedare

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A Midsummer Night's Dream - "Wake, When some vile thing is near", p. Warwick Goble, The Book of Fairy Poetry by Dora Owen, 1920

Wake, when some vile thing is near. Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy…

Warwick Goble - "Wake, when some vile thing is near", from The Book of Fairy Poetry, by Dora Owen, of

By fairy sightings we mean descriptions from individuals who have seen, heard or smelt (!) fairies (or believed they have); some of these deal, meanwhile, with actions by individuals who clearly believe in fairies and act on that basis.

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Warwick Goble - Pandora and her box. From Goble’s Fairy Tale Illustrations

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Hana-Saka-Jiji - illustration by Warwick Goble to Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales

Art by Warwick Goble (c 1913) from THE FAIRY BOOK: The Best Popular Fairy Stories.  Source:  http://archive.org/details/fairybookbestpop00crai02

Stopping beside a fountain, she let her hair fall loose, and dipped her weary feet in the cool water. ‘The Blue Bird’ from “The Fairy Book” illustrated by Warwick Goble