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In this painting, Victor again explores the levels of reality, and how they interconnect. Victor depicts himself hanging up two small paintings; one is his self-portrait, the other, a surrealistic landscape. The wall where Victor places his artwork is in fact a larger version of one of the paintings that he is hanging. In true Bregeda fashion, the entire painting is also a self-portrait.
All of this considered, artwork can be divided into two categories: representational and abstract. In representational artwork, objects, ideas, and emotions are represented through the use of symbolism. In abstract artwork, the significance of the painting makes its own existence through the use of colors that make up a two-dimensional surface.