The Egg Dance

Have you ever heard of the “Egg dance?” What is it and what did it represent? In this painting we see onions, mussels and leaks. We see bagpipes and Tarot cards. Why? And what lessons can we learn from this bizarre painting?

Have you ever heard of the “Egg dance?” What is it and what did it represent? In this painting we see onions, mussels and leaks. We see bagpipes and Tarot cards. Why? And what lessons can we learn from this bizarre painting?

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