The Burial of Atala - Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Triosson.
From the Louvre discussion of this painting (unfortunately I cannot link directly to the Louvre page - you will have to do a search to find this text):
A young woman torn between love and religion
In the sunset, in a cave, the old hermit, Father Aubry, is supporting the corpse of the half-caste Atala. Chactas the Indian, stricken with grief, clings passionately to the young woman's knees. Atala, torn between her love for Chactas and the vow she took to remain a virgin and a Christian, committed suicide. With a crucifix clutched in her hand and the drapery of her dress clinging to her bust, she is both pure and sensual. After their all-night vigil, the two men will bury her in the cave.