I think that Alexandra Anderson-Spivy is a little too severe on this particular collage, which she sees as derivative of Max Ernst: "Goddess. . . because. . . because from 1954, his version of the three graces, those handmaidens of Venus who personify beauty in classical mythology, simply layered cutouts of models in evening gowns against a sylvan landscape. Instead of the legendary apple, one of them holds a roll of toilet paper, the artist’s wry product placement signifying the debasement of modern culture (and his pun on the sanitary napkin ad)."
Your opinion, gentle reader?