Ophelia was the tragic one-time love interest of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and her death by falling from a willow tree into a brook is often depicted in the visual arts, specifically with the Pre-Raphaelites and the Romanticists. Millais’ version is perhaps the most recognised and can be seen at the Tate Britain gallery in London. 

Top to bottom: PinkParasol on DeviantArt; John Everett Millais, 1852; Alexandre Cabanel, 1883; John William Waterhouse, 1889; Eugene Delacroix, 1844; EarthDefect on DeviantArt