In S6E8 of The Americans, Elizabeth receives a painting from Glenn for
helping him kill his wife so she doesn't have to suffer anymore.
She takes it with her to one of their safe-house locations. She takes the canvas off the wood and at first considers destroying it, but stops herself and considers just hiding it away in an opening, with a look of "this is silly, just hide it".
Then she pulls it out again in a panic, and ultimately decides to burn it.
Why did Elizabeth decide to do this? Was it due to possible incrimination if the death was traced/investigated? Or did the painting itself terrify her because it forced her to look at a dark perspective, almost like she was seeing her "real" self in a mirror (due to the nature of her work)?