Somebody (sorry, I can't find the post again) mentioned that the statue in the middle of "A painting" was the body to which the head (and I see now, the hands) belong. I completely missed that! I couldn't tell what that white blob was in the middle of the painting...the most I could make out of it was a reclining Jabba the Hut.
Also interesting how I completely missed that there is a third, unoccupied window in the building in the center of the hands (Pocketlint pointed that out) and that the white puff of smoke was coming out of a train (many caught that) -- I just saw a random cloud in the background.
Also, I noticed that NT's (no surprise) look very objectively at the picture, pointing out political themes and/or critiquing the picture using the appropriate jargon. As for myself, I instantly empathized with the statue and, probably more so, with the themes I associated with it.