Okay, admittedly, I've been behind on updates after I said I wouldn't be anymore. There, I admitted it. I assume that's good enough for you. By the way, that background looks different because the camera flipped and it's facing the other direction. Also, that tiny painting in the background in the last two panels? It's a painting of a field. It was painted by Wilhelm Schepman, 17th century artist and poet. It was bought by Whittleby for five hundred thousand dollars when he was visiting the Eastern Berlin Institute for Art. He got a very painful rash on his left thigh on that particular trip.
That's all completely canon. Aren't you glad you get inside information? That will all totally become important later, probably.