Daedalus and Icarus
Lord Leighton–he was actually an extremely short-lived lord, dying a day after his peerage was bestowed on him–was one of the greatest painters of the Classicist movement. The movement itself was founded in Greco-Roman aesthetics and owed a great deal of its style to the Pre-Raphaelites. Leighton's works was extremely beautiful and full of a romantic elements; even the artist's face at fifty charmingly exudes a romantic air.
Old Damascus: The Jewish Quarter
The Light of the Harem
Mother and Child (Cherries)