|Artist||Franz Xaver Winterhalter|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||178.4 cm × 245.7 cm (70.2 in × 96.7 in)|
|Location||Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York|
The picture depicts the legend of King Roderic of Spain spying on Florinda la Cava and the other palace girls while they bathe in a garden in Toledo, in order to decide the fairest. After Roderic selects and courts Florinda, her father takes revenge by inviting the Moors to invade and conquer Spain. A replica of the painting was given to Prince Albert by Queen Victoria in 1852 and is displayed at Osbourne House.
The painting is not on view.