Interior with a Woman Playing a Virginal (c.1660-1667). Emanuel de Witte (Dutch, 1617-1692). Oil on canvas. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
The complicated spatial construction is achieved by the perspective and the patches of sunlight coming in. It seems as if an amorous situation is being depicted. Playing the instrument is explained as a reference to love. It is also thought that the man in bed, who is listening to the music, is suffering from a disease, namely erotic melancholy, and the music is a medicine against the pain.
This is Fight Witch. My strongest magic is made by using the Blood of My Enemies, but it can only be collected while in the ring. Fortunately, I can create a magic circle anywhere, and that counts as a fighting ring.
My familiars are a group of large of black birds that surround the ring during the fight, just in case the other party tries to leave.