Nike of Samothrace - A Nike is a goddess who personified triumph or victory. An artist would sculpt a Nike to celebrate winning a battle/war. Even though this particular Nike is missing her outstretched arms and head, she is one of the most famous sculptures from the Hellenistic Period of Ancient Greece.
Joan of Arc knew at a very young age what she felt God had called her to do. What I like about this picture is the concentration on her features and the figures hidden in the background--the saint who called her, and the armored figure, indicating her future. Jules Bastien-Lepage: Joan of Arc (89.21.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art