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

‘When the cock had now crowed for the third time, … the little men stole down and disappeared’ (Adventures of John Dietrich).Illustration by Warwick Goble from ‘The Fairy Book’ published 1913 by Macmillan & Co.archive.org

The Adventures of John Dietrich. The Fairy Book, a book of traditional fairytales written/translated by Dinah Maria Mulock and illustrated by Warwick Goble, was published in 1923 by Macmillan and Co. It had 16 full colour illustrations.

Queen of the Fairies  Illustration by Warwick Goble

The Water-Babies 1909 She was the queen of them all Canvas Art - Warwick Goble x

Warwick Goble, Folktales of Bengal

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Warwick Goble at Art Passions

The Lizard showing Goat-Face the Palace - 8 - Goat-Face - Warwick Goble ill, Stories from the Pentamerone, London 1911 (Il Pentamerone, The Story of Stories by Giambattista Basile,

Alceste and the God of Love - ill. 29, p. 550 Legend of Good Women, The Modern Reader’s Chaucer: The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Tatlock, John S.P. & Percy MacKaye, editors. Warwick Goble, illustrator. New York Macmillan 1912

Alceste and the God of Love - ill. 550 Legend of Good Women, The Modern Reader’s Chaucer: The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Tatlock, John S. New York Macmillan 1912

Arabian Nights

Folk-Tales of Bengal - Warwick Goble - Instead of sweetmeats about a score of demons. (The Indigent Brahman)

sosuperawesome: Warwick Goble

sosuperawesome: Warwick Goble

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