John Reinhard Weguelin was a British painter who emulated the style of Lawrence Alma-Tadema as can be seen in Lesbia from 1878.
Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry's nude, The Pearl and the Wave is painted delicately with realism of flesh colors and line.
Ophelia (Pause for Thought) is a painting from 1870 by artist Pierre Auguste Cot depicting Ophelia from the Shakespeare play Hamlet.
Napoleon in Egypt by famous academic painter Jean-Léon Gérôme is an example of the European taste for exoticism in art in the 19th century.
Hans Makart was a famous Austrian Academic painter who influenced Gustav Klimt and his painting The Five Senses is an example of this.