Both are accurate. The top picture shows the back side of the array. The bottom picture shows the front side of it.
The solar arrays are extremely thin blankets -- approximately 0.020" (0.5 mm) thick. At the back, it consists of a substrate built from a loosely woven, silicone-impregnated fiberglass scrim cloth sandwiched between two layers of Kapton film. Glued on top of that is the photovoltaic module assembly, which consists of a flexible printed circuit made from copper and Kapton (DuPont Pyralux film is a nearly flightlike analog for this) welded to the solar cells.
The front face of each solar cell has a thin glass cover (coverglass) with an antireflective coating on it. The cells themselves are black (a pretty good color for something whose job it is to absorb light), but the antireflective coating can give the cells a blueish appearance, depending on the viewing angle.
The backs of the cells are green, but viewed through the orange Kapton, it takes on a brownish-to-blackish appearance where the cells are.