Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes…. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.

"Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes…" Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London,

Illustration by Warwick Goble.

“When she got out of the water, what a change was seen in her!” Illustration by Warwick Goble for The Bald Wife, from Folk Tales of Bengal by the Reverend Lal Behari Day; MacMillan & Co.

The dun deer wooed with manner bland,   And cowered beneath her lily hand. ~illustration by Warwick Goble to Kilmeny, The Book of Fairy Poetry

Kilmeny - "The dun deer wooed with manner bland, And cowered beneath her lily hand", p. Warwick Goble, The Book of Fairy Poetry by Dora Owen, 1920

Tales of Faerie: The Moon-Maiden by Warwick Goble

Warwick Goble

The Moon Maiden - illustration by Warwick Goble to Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales: I love anything with peacock feathers

And the Queen of the East was Zenobia

And the Queen of the East was Zenobia

miss-mary-quite-contrary: numbereight: gypsypurpleloves: velvet-dreams: artemisdreaming: keepyourpebbles: originalface: rebecasroom: Warwick Goble “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “” ” Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra (c.

enchantingimagery:  She took up the jewel in her hand, left the palace, and successfully reached the upper world. A Warwick Goble illustrati...

Warwick Goble from the 1912 publication Folk Tales of Bengal by Rev Lal Behari Day. She took up the jewel in her hand, left the palace, and successfully reached the upper world (from: theworldpulse)

Rama spurns the demon lover.  Warwick Goble, from Indian myth and legend, by Donald Alexander Mackenzie, London, 1913.

Rama spurns the Demon Lover - Indian Myth and Legend, 1913 Warwick Goble

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