The latest addition to our gallery of images by early-20th-century illustrator Warwick Goble is a subset of the pictures painted for the 1906 book Constantinople. For high-resolution images, please visit our gallery.
A Turkish lady in outdoor dress. Artist: Warwick Goble. Image published: London 1906. Note: Illustration depicts woman in Istanbul wearing the yasmak, a traditional Turkish veil and headcovering.
In my opinion, many of the watercolor images in this set lack the detail and exotic flavor of the Indian myth paintings (see previous post), but some are quite evocative.