Above is Joan Miró’s painting Personage depicting one of his dreams from the 1920s. According to this blurb, Miró’s art was “stimulated … by hunger-induced hallucinations involving his impressions of poetry. These resulted in the artist’s ‘dream paintings,’ such as Personage, in which ghostly figures hover in a bluish ether…. In these [dream] works Miró began to develop his own language of enigmatic signs: the forms in Personage depict a large vestigial foot and a head with three ‘teeth’ in its grinning mouth. The star shape often represents female genitalia in Miró’s oeuvre, and the dot with four rays symbolizes the vision of a disembodied eye.” The dream painting above is part of the Guggenheim’s collection in New York City.