Jung believes that the main objective in art is communicating with the public and his philosophy is revealed through the work with discernible clues—namely the obvious staging of these scenes for presentation. However, it doesn’t always take background knowledge to be intrigued by something.
Little known fact? Jung’s father threw an ashtray at Jung’s head (and missed) when he announced he would go to art school. It’s interesting to know, but doesn’t necessarily add to the work. How ironic is our text here then?