In this drawing, by Herman Saftleven, the dark figure is not clearly seen nor clearly identified, but the landscape depicts a profile of a man almost rising up and eroded by nature to create a remarkable discovery. The focal point is clearly seen by the dark figure standing in the archway, which happens to be the eye of the landscape profile. The creative use of different types and styles of lines creates the different textures of the landscape, but as you take a closer look at the landscape it is clear that the artist cleverly used lines within the landscape to create the structure of a male profile. There is very little, if not any use of color, other than the black lines and shading used to create the drawing. This drawing visually reflects my theme by illustrating how surrealism is used to create something more than just a landscape.