Painted by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones 1833-1898
The fourth and final panel is a Pre-Rapaelite I am uncertain if the whole series is but it does meet the nature aspect of the Pre-Raphaelites brother hood. Burne-Jones also received his inspiration from a written work. Charles Perrault's classic fairy tale "The Sleeping Beauty" was the literary link for what has been deemed his most important work. After looking at all of them together and closely: I would have to say they all qualify as a Pre-Rapaelites.
"The Council Chamber"
"The Garden Court"
"The Briar Rose"