'Paranonia' is a fine example of Dali's ability to create double images. Initially, one sees a monument of a seemingly headless bust. However, if the viewer squints, the arrangement of figures in the backgrouned becomes the missing head. Further double images are the opposing expressions within the woman's face. Her sweet expression with downcast eyes becomes the expression of a wild-eyed madwoman. These small, sketchy figures were direcatly inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's equestrian studies and double images. Measures 14 inches x 11 inches, including matting. Ready to frame.