Girl on a Ball or Young Acrobat on a Ball (original name Acrobate à la Boule), by Pablo Picasso, 1905.
>The scene focuses on a young girl gracefully balancing on a ball to the left of the composition, while to the right, a powerful athlete is sitting on a cube.
>In this painting Picasso displays a group of people who are outcasts, but connected by each other. This is reflected in the contrast and balance of the two main subjects. The girl balancing on the ball appears fragile, which contrasts with the strength and large figure of the seated man.
>The figure of the girl has been described as an embodiment of the transient dream of life, with the man's power protecting her from the cruelty of reality. By using ash pink and blue shades for both the figures and the background, Picasso conveyed the emotional state (...) suggesting that they are immersed in their own world.
>The direct relationship between the two figures can be noted in various details in the painting. The sharp angle of the man's left leg mirrors the left arm of the girl. The blue hue of his shorts reflects the pale blue tones of the girl's leotard. The red flower clipped to her hair balances with the warm hues of the man's shirt and tights.
All emphases (in bold) my own. So, lets analyze what we have here, shall we?
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<The painting is in Moscow, meaning it would be close, and something a Russian would have as inspiration, although bespoke works needn't be domestic, but it is the most plausible and easy one to occur.
I am NOT insane. It was custom.