Ivan Aivazovsky, On the Storm
Alexandre Cabanel, Echo, 1874
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art:
In Greek mythology Echo is the beautiful nymph who falls in love with Narcissus, a handsome youth who loves only his own reflection. Because of her endless chatter, Hera condemns Echo to a life of silence except for repeating what others say to her. Still in love with Narcissus, Echo retreats to a remote grotto and pines away until only her voice is left.