Édouard Manet (1832-1883), Two Roses on a Tablecloth, 1882-1883. Oil on canvas.
Shawn knew the challenge wasn't going to be easy, but it was worth a shot. In the middle of Ray's living room, there was a table set for two, with a fancy rose-print tablecloth draped over it. The only light was the candles he'd placed all across the breakfast bar, and one on the table. Along side the candle on the table, was a single rose in a vase, and Shawn actually had a tux on to complete the look. Even if it didn't fluster Ray it would still be a nice treat for him.