I love my auntie. This may not sound like a particularly shocking statement to you, but that is only because you don't know her...
Since I am a loving nephew, when she hinted that the walls of her living room were beginning to look a little dull, I offered to give them a fresh lick of paint while she was out of town.
And so I did. If you ask me, I did a great job for an amateur - I was sure the old hag would have nothing to complain about, for once. She had made very clear that all her furniture had to go back in its place when I was done, so I did my best to comply - and moving around her massive antiques wasn't fun at all, I can assure you.
Unfortunately, I was wrong. A couple of days later my phone starts ringing ominously:
-Hello, Barry speaking...
-Barry Eusebius Poppins! - The three words that have terrified me since I was a toddler.
-Auntie, dear, what a pleasure! What have I done this time?
-What happened to my pictures?
The pictures! I was sure I had put them back in the right place! I knew I should have made a sketch...
-Are they not where they are supposed to be, auntie?
-No they are not. If only you paid attention sometimes, you would know that there were four pictures on each of the four shelves of the Edwardian cabinet...
-But that's where I put them!
-You mixed them all up, you lazy fool! They should be arranged by their common themes!
-What? You mean there were themes? They looked completely random to me...
-Listen, young man. Stop trying to be clever and come here to sort out your mess- she replied, coldly, before hanging up.
As usual: with my auntie, no good deed remains unpunished. Now I have to figure out what the four groups of pictures are, united by a common theme. This is the current arrangement:
Can you help me sort out what the connections are and what the correct groupings are?