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  • Anne Tignanelli

    "Warwick Globe was a children’s book illustrator of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. His specialties were exotic scenes of the Far East and fairy tales. Often appearing in Pearson’s Magazine he illustrated a number of early science fiction stories including many by Frederick Merrick White and a little tale called The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells."

  • Amari Hackett

    peacocks#painting art #painting

  • Gillian Hemsley

    Peacocks in an Indian Garden ~ English artist Warwick Goble. (1862-1943)An original illustration for The Story of Princess Sobur in Folk Tales of Bengal. A merchant's daughter, banished from home, takes refuge with her attendant in the trunk of a tree. During the night innumerable peacocks scramble for food they have scattered about; the women collect the feathers they drop & make them into a fan which is sold for a large sum. #art #illustration

  • Cheryl Gorske

    The Peacock is a symbol of integrity and of the beauty we can achieve when we endeavor to show our true colors.

  • freshwaterselkie

    Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes came to the embankments to eat the khai - Warwick Goble, Folk-tales of Bengal

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Reminds me of Pride & Prejudice (for those who read the book)

The Iron-Stove - "At evening-tide she climbed up into a little tree, and purposed spending the night there, for fear of the wild beasts", p. 163, ill. 17, Warwick Goble, The Fairy Book. The Best Popular Fairy Stories Selected and Rendered Anew, by Dinah Craik, London, 1913

Illustration by Warwick Goble.

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.

This is gorgeous. I really love this messy effect that you can have with watercolor and it looks great... I also really like it that with watercolor your drawing sometimes feels out of bounds or like it has no boundaries at all.

maybe copy as a phoenix and make it a tattoo .... ?