In the brilliant artwork by George Warner Allen, it is made evident that individuals share an inherent need / desire to belong. The use of symbolism is evident through the representation of the subject’s subconscious, which is made clear through the fact that this persona has un-human like features and wears no clothes. The fact that the subject and his subconscious are, in distance, very close together however do not take notice of each other at all, is suggestive of an internal debate/conflict. This sparked debate is based upon the preconceived idea that the subconscious is longing to belong so much so that he is ready to take action in trying to fulfil this inherent need dwelling from within him. Whereas the man asleep on the ground chooses to ignore these internal desires. Furthermore, the positioning of the subconscious being behind the tree suggests that he is trying to hide from the group in the background as he continues to simply look on in awe. This makes evident the fact that he wants to be accepted as he tries to fulfil that desire to belong. In this artwork, the contrast of the different lightings in which the various personas are portrayed in, consequently shows a contrast of emotions between the two different groups. The brighter lighting in the background conveys the idea that those particular people are happy and content with themselves as a result of sharing a sense of belonging with one another. On the other hand, the two in the foreground have been painted in a much darker lit atmosphere. This is a powerful way of engaging the audience and making them realise that the subject and his subconscious share the same darker emotions that is seemingly absent from the group in the background.