Sorry about the slightly odd angles of these two pictures we have. I was trying to avoid reflections from the windows.
The label on the bottom of this first one says it's of the corner of a dining room 1928.
It's a pleasant painting and we have a second by the same artist with the label saying it is a corner of the drawing room, though not dated.
The point of all this, and why I love them, is that if you look carefully at the paintings within the painting, above the desk, on the left hand side of the clock is an outline of the dining room picture and on the right of the clock is a representation of second.
I had difficulty with the reflections so I hope this will be visible.
Why that appeals to me so much I'm not quite sure, but it does mean they belong together. It's a little like playing on words but with images instead. It also makes me wonder about the other paintings within the paintings, and where they might be.