This work, painted by Kristi Ryba in 2019, asks viewers to recall a fifteenth-century fresco by Masolino da Panicale, St Catherine Disputing with Scholars (Image #2). In Ryba's painting, Christine Blasey Ford, a witness in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, stands speaking before nine seated figures. Eight of them are labeled and represent (left to right) Tim Scott, Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, Brett Kavanaugh, Chuck Grassley, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Mitch McConnell and Mike Pence. The figure of Donald Trump stands out in modern clothing. Furthermore, he is not labeled and waves an admonitory finger at viewers while extending his legs beyond the painting's frame. The figure labelled Kavanaugh occupies a higher level, sitting in judgement of the proceedings. His face resembles the impassive features of the emperor from Masolino's fifteenth century fresco rather than the angry figure seen on television. Ford dominates the scene with a commanding presence. Her eyes, framed by a halo, catch and hold the viewer's gaze. This is in contrast to Masolino's work in which we view the saint in profile. Ford's hands eloquently enumerate her argument using the gesture seen in the earlier fresco that recalls the authority of the Roman orator. In the subsequent event pictured outside the window, Ford is shown comforting her questioners in the torments of a punishing fire as Saint Catherine of Alexandria did.