It often happens that art inspires to learn more about the subject of the image, to find additional information, to study the topic - that is, art plays an educational role. However, one of the human qualities is to develop not only intellectual and spiritual abilities, but also the ability to empathize, to express humanity, to try to understand the others.
Looking at this triptych a viewer starts to wonder who these women are, how they live, what they are waiting for, what they are thinking about at the moment depicted in the relief. We look into each of the three worlds and vividly imagine the room, the view from the window, the noise or vise versa, the silence. Knowing what time of day it is - morning, afternoon, or evening - we create a whole image of a woman with her mood and thoughts, we guess what she was doing before and will do after the depicted moment, we guess her possible profession, whether she has or doesn't have love and family, we construct her personality traits, hobbies - you name it. The artwork comes alive when the perception of each viewer is imposed upon the author's idea.
However, the underlying theme of these reliefs is loneliness that exists in the context of the world around. A person can be surrounded by any scenery, any advances of civilization, a big city, an industrial landscape - but alone, when clothes and veils are removed, a person is desperately lonely.