Ginevra Weasley: "The Fat Lady... she's gone."
Ronald Weasley: "Probably stuffing her face with the apples in that still life on the second floor again."
Ginny and Ronald Weasley after Sirius Black's attack of the Fat Lady[src]

There was a still-life of apples hung on the second-floor of Hogwarts Castle. The Fat Lady was known to leave her frame to eat some apples from this painting.[1]

Behind the scenes

Notes and references

Second-floor of Hogwarts Castle
Class 31
Gargoyle Corridor · Second-floor corridor
Halls and rooms
Potions storeroom · Second-floor arcade · Second-floor foyer · Second-floor hall · Second-floor secret storeroom
Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher's office
Other locations
No entry due to flooding - Mr. Filch
Portraits, statues and other artwork
Anne Boleyn · Bust of a medieval wizard · Basil Fronsac · Map of Argyllshire · Painting of apples · Temeritus Shanks ·Wizarding family
Staircase to the ground-floor · Staircase between the first and second-floor corridors · Staircase to the library corridor · Staircase to the third-floor
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