Yet, the question that you’re left to wonder on the other side is simply this: What does that painting truly mean? What is its overall value? It feels like there is all sorts of interesting stuff to go through here in the event that you either didn’t watch season 6 or have forgotten along the way.
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Back close to the end of Suits season 6, Elliott Stimple proved to be quite an adversary of Harvey’s — he got him where he wanted him, and with that, he was able to take a little bit of collateral. The duck painting was taken from Harvey, mostly to inflict emotional pain upon him. As it was said, a guy like Harvey doesn’t have a painting like that unless it means something important to him. It’s one of the last memories that he has of his mother before the relationship started to crumble. It is near and dear to his heart and because of that, it was deeply moving for him to see that Donna was able to reproduce a copy, place that copy with Stemple, and then get Harvey the original back. It inspired him to want to call his mother and offer more forgiveness over the past — something that was also inspired by the entire story with Samantha Wheeler earlier on in the episode.
So, in the end, Harvey’s painting isn’t so much about any one thing in particular artistically. Instead, it’s about the power underneath and the emotional undercurrent it presents.
Do you think that the duck painting is one of Harvey’s more interesting quirks on Suits season 9?
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