The most interesting of these is Thomas Cooper-Gotch, a Pre-Raphaelite. I am not his direct descendent, but we share common ancestry. Not sure why I am posting this, except that I like the pictures.
"And as I move through an obscure and poppied world behold a shrouded form that seems to question me! Is this the dead Destroyer, Death? is this the end? Ah no! the pallid arms are raised, the veil divides a faint sigh breaths my name, and lo, Not night but dawn; not death, but life, or better, life through death, yea Death the Bride!"