"Lady Flora, Goddess of Blossoms and Flowers", 1880, by Evelyn de Morgan (English, 1855-1919). This work derives from de Morgan's studies of Botticelli, particularly "Primavera" and "The Birth of Venus", at the Uffizi gallery in Florence. In Roman mythology, the nymph Chloris is transformed into the goddess Flora, the Mother of Flowers.
Morgan le Fay, Frederick Sandys. Morgan-le-Fay was an evil sorceress and the half-sister of King Arthur. Increasingly jealous of him, she attempted to disrupt his life and reign. Here she stands before a loom where she has woven an enchanted robe, meant to engulf King Arthur in flames. A lamp is passed over it while she chants her spell. Sandys met the model for Morgan-Le-Fay, Keomi, in a gypsy camp in Rome. Very little is known about her but they are believed to have been lovers.