The only thing certain in life is that we all must die at some point. People who forget this or think themselves above death are people who, according to the Vanitas movement of art that started spreading around the XVI Century, ignore the meaning and value of life. A movement that began inspired by the ideas of Memento Mori and that took the skull painted by Hans Holbein the Younger in his 1533 painting the Ambassadors as their symbol, it sought (and seeks) to make a statement about the inevitability of death and the futility of living a life of only pleasure and greed. Composition is understood as the arrangement of items, color, or any other artistic element in a painting or work of art. It is handled and used by artists to make something, be it an item or area to stand out from the rest and/or to make the spectator's eyes move in a certain direction or focus in a specific part of the canvas.