I think Emily's artwork might have looked somehting like this because on pg.19 when Issac and Emily are meeting, Isaac says that her art is similar to Van Gogh and I think this poortrait uses some of the same brush strokes in it sort of similar to Van Gogh.
This would inpire Emily because in the play when talking to Issac, Emily says that she is looking forward to going to London.This gives insight to Emily's knowledge and interest for art and architecture.
This would inspire Emily because it would help her come the realization of her judging herself too much. Everyone loves her work but her. Throughout the play when her artwork is mentioned she is never proud. She judges herslef too much which is what the mirror symbolizes. If Emily were to "remove the mirror" then she could accept her art for what it is.
I think a spatious apartment in New York's upper-eastside would look like this because it is very open. Most of New York's apartments have large open spaces like this one. Also the picture has more modern day furniture and decor. I think Emily and Amir's home would be like this because they are pretty young.
The Juan de Pareja by Diego Velazquez is apart of the theme identiy for the play. He is an example of how the way you veiw yourself is not always how others veiw you and vice versa. By this I mean that Amir saw himself as a Muslim because that is how he was raised and he wants to hold on to his identity. But he struggles with others addressing him as Muslim. Therefore conflict arises due to Amir having an identity crisis.