a) Plane filling II (1956) by MC Escher
b) “The Death of Socrates” (1787) by Jacques-Louis David
c) The robe covering the legs becomes the torso of this strange creature while the fabrice hanging down the side of the arm becomes its head
c) The pale skinned man with the raised arm, Socrates, becomes the dark skinned man with the raised arm
d) Cluster of men become the group of animals here
e) The stairway becomes the long nose monkey's arm.
Perhaps the window also becomes its nose and then again the window becomes the open tooth filled mouth of the fish