Frazetta Friday (Pre-Raphaelite Edition)

The Knight of the Flowers, Georges Rochegrosse

According to Musee d’Orsay:

Rochegrosse depicts the moment when Parsifal, the chaste hero destined to find the Holy Grail, has just struck down the guardians of the castle of the magician Klingsor. He moves away into the enchanted garden, deaf to the calls of the flower maidens, femmes fatales scantily clad in narcissi, peonies, roses, irises, tulips, violets and hydrangeas.

Georges Rochegrosse probably wasn’t formally part of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, but I’d say that this painting qualifies: it features the outdoors, a romantic or symbolic subject, meticulous attention to detail, and naked women.