Joe got fascinated by a small painting propped on top of a speaker, a reproduction I bought in a local junk shop for €5 of A Luteplayer Carousing with a Young Woman by Hendrick Terbrugghen, painted in Utrecht in the 1580s.
"I like how it's really sort of -- they've tried to be very honest, to make an honest representation of something they liked, but all the weird faults give it its own character " Joe explains.
The woman already has a sort of grotesquely elongated skull and a funny face in the original, but my crude junk store reproduction makes her even odder-looking.
Emma chose a calligraphic painting I'd made of our rabbit. (She's asked me to point out that what she's wearing in the picture is her pajamas.)
"Cos I really like the rabbit, it's as simple as that," says Emma.