left picture   back to the table   right picture  
  1982, Siesta, Oil on cardboard, 20cm*30cm  

It occurred to me that many viewers found this simple picture with its unrealistic details particularly interesting. This
may be because often subtle innuendos are sufficient to reach out and awaken certain mental images. And God knows,
there are no shortages of suggestions here. So, for instance, one understands the meaning: bull fight, Spanish customs
in which the Siesta also belongs Then further: the lascivious stance of the hind legs to the left under a gathered skirt
reminds one of wild dances. The vertical pole has a Sombrero on its head, which could also be the lever of a water pump;
a divining rod hangs on this lever, with which one could look for water in dry desert, etc. etc.