I really love the first one, engraved by Johan Sadeler, because it pictures the exact version of the legend that I know. The hard path of the Virtue, leading to beautiful mountains afar and the easy, lovely path of Vice, with a fog that hides where it leads.
I like the Hercules at the Crossroad of Girolamo di Benvenuto (1470–1525), just bellow, because it seems to me the closer to Noblet's. Look at the angel above, prepared to strike Hercules if he chooses wrongly. Even the position of Virtue, with his left hand on Hercules shoulder, and vice with her right arm crossing Hercules' seems close. Unfortunately, the clothes, or lack of them, don't match.
Happy St. Stanislaus day,