Whoa! Okay. Let's do this! I picked these two Bouguereau paintings 'cause lately I'm looking at ways to compose the figure, and that dude was pretty good at it.
Okay, so the main thing I noticed here was how the rock formations and background shapes basically all point at the feet/hands area, creating a second focal point. That's kind of neat!
The thing the stood out to me on this one was how the dark patch to the right of the girl merges with the girl's shadow, and continues through to the flowers in her hands, to form this crescent moon shape. It seems to echo the bend of her nearest arm, the right contour of her face, and the right contour of her skirt.