William Holman Hunt's 1884 painting of Amaryllis, who was the famed and mythic shepherdess of the ancient Roman poet Virgil's Eclogues.
William Holman Hunt's first wife Edith is depicted in The Birthday in a rich dress that is painted with a mastery of different textures.
John Collier's 1897 Pre-Raphaelite painting Lady Godiva draws from an old story from the thirteenth century in England.
Love’s Shadow shows a woman, who's model is actually the artist Frederick Sandys’ wife, biting down on the head of a flower.
In 1857 John Everett Millais painted a Portrait of Sophie Gray, the sister of Millais's wife and muse Effie Gray.
The good harvest of 1854 by British painter Charles Allston Collins was exhibited at the Royal Academy a year after its completion in 1855.
Cherry Ripe by John Everett Millais, the Pre-Raphaelite painter depicts a little girl named Edie Ramage in fancy dress.
John William Waterhouse's Echo and Narcissus is a Greek Mythological painting which depicts the mountain nymph and the beautiful hunter.