Warwick Goble, Dancer of Yedo

Art by Warwick Goble. Dancer of Yedo. Warwick Goble born in 1862 was an illustrator and water colorist who was most known for his work in Asian fairy tales like Folk Tales of Bengal, Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales and Water Babies.

"The compassionate children instantly seized hold of the little man, held him fast, and struggled so long that the eagle let his prey go." Illustration by Warwick Goble for "Snow-White and Rose-Red", 1923. From 'The Fairy Book' by Dinah Maria Mulock.

"The compassionate children instantly seized hold of the little man, held him fast, and struggled so long that the eagle let his prey go." Illustration by Warwick Goble for "Snow-White and Rose-Red", From 'The Fairy Book' by Dinah Maria Mulock.

The haunted boreen (frontispiece). “Irish Ways” (1909) illustrated by Warwick Goble

The haunted boreen (frontispiece). “Irish Ways” illustrated by Warwick Goble

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"The Tea-Kettle" - Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales by Grace James, 1910 ~ illustrations by Warwick Goble

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“In rushed a stout old nurse from the next room", p. Warwick Goble from The Water Babies written by Charles Kingsley, 1909

an illustration for Christian Rossetti's Goblin Market, by Warwick Goble (1862-1943)

'The Book of Fairy Poetry', 1920 - Dora Owen, Illustration by Warwick Goble for Christina Rossetti’s ‘Goblin Market’

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