Lord Frederick Leighton set himself apart from the Pre-Raphaelites, yet he was close to many of them. (If you don't know the term Pre-Raphaelite, type it into your search engine...I guarantee you'll get a lot of information as they had a wonderful, innovative style that was ahead of their time). As an influential President of the Royal Academy, Leighton's work was well-represented internationally.
"The Painter's Honeymoon"
"Nausicaa From Homer's Ulysses"
"The Music Lesson"
"The Maid With the Golden Hair"
This was his last work and it is unfinished, he died before he could complete it