The Sempstress, by Richard Redgrave. It was perfect for me for several reasons. It was beautiful and emotive AND with it was these lines from Thomas Hood's 1843 poem titled, Songs of the Shirt.
"Oh, Men, with Sisters dear!
Oh, men, with Mothers and Wives!
It is not linen you're wearing out,
But human creatures' lives!
I was dieing over this painting as well by Anthony Frederick August Sandys' "Love's Shadow." The figure is mindlessly chewing on forget-me-nots, stewing over a lost love. I read that the symbolism of that flower is a sign for human longing and lastingness.