A famous art critic has recently been writing amazing essays on various paintings. The public loves these essays so much that each time the next essay is published, its painting skyrockets in fame, which leads to dramatically increased revenue for whatever gallery holds it. You work for a somewhat shady art gallery and have been tasked with finding out the subject of the critic's next essay, so that your gallery can trade for the painting while it's still not too exorbitant and then haul in the extra profits. You break into the critic's house but cannot find the name of any paintings. The critic is clearly very sneaky. You are about to call your boss and report your failure, when you see a series of images taped to the wall. After a moment of examination, you call your boss with the name of the painting. What is the painting to acquire?
The first picture shows not just Ron, nor just the mirror, but Ron looking into a mirror. What rebus significance might that have?