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.