Bathsheba, the beautiful wife of Uriah, was taking a bath, when King David saw her and fell in love. He organized Uriah to be killed and married Bathsheba. Their first son died, that was Godís punishment, but their second son, Solomon, became the most famous King of Jews after David's death.
See: Karl Brulloff Bathsheba.
Lucas Cranach the Elder David and Bathsheba.
Hans Memling Bathsheba.
Rembrandt. Bathsheba with King David's Letter.
Peter Paul Rubens Bathsheba at the Fountain.