Remedios Varo's fanciful allegories -- rivers that flow out of wineglasses, troubadours who play music on strands of women's hair, men's coats that become boats -- are frequently inured by themes of isolation and confinement. Not surprising, given that the Spanish anarchist fled Europe before the start of World War II.
what do we get?
1- emblematic androgynous figures with heart-shaped faces, large almond eyes, and the aquiline noses,
2- kind of self-portraiture,
3- sense of isolation,