"Painted Lady" (prophetic sketch)

Between this painting and the next, a— menu falls out. It is a familiar sight to Cat, a menu for the Nite Owl Diner in New York. But on the back is a ball-point pen sketch of a naked woman's back, part of her body wrapped in a blanket or a robe. On her back there is an image, maybe a tattoo? It depicts the profile of a dark woman's face, a splayed hand, and a very distinctive likeness of Tyler Case. There is also a coffee ring on the menu nearby to the sketch.

— from The Color Red, Part I

Significance

One of fourteen pieces of prophetic artwork hidden under the orchestra pit at the Mariinsky Theatre and safeguarded by Ivan Spektor and his wife, Katarina, with help from Yustina Kozlow.

"Wheel of Fortune" was recovered from St. Petersburg by Benjamin Ryans and Catherine Chesterfield, two members of a team organized by Noah Bennet that also included Abigail Beauchamp, Lashirah Lee and René so that it did not fall into _institute hands.

The artist of this sketch is Thomas Redhouse.

OOC: Artwork is courtesy of Huruma's player.

"Painted Lady" (prophetic sketch)

Currently in the keeping of:
Catherine Chesterfield/Benjamin Ryans

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