‘Álmodtam’ (‘I dreamt’) is a linked series of paintings and narrative from late in Székely’s life, and as with his ‘Szent Antal kísértése’ from a couple of years earlier it shows him in a much more mature, self-reflective phase. There is still plenty of nakedness and sexual activity here, but there is also a truly dreamlike quality to these images, almost as though Székely is revisiting his erotic fantasies with a new depth and imagination.

The Hungarian text accompanying the images is also presented as a stream of consciousness, weaving together mythology, poetry and emotion. It is probably the closest we ever get to Székely’s true feelings about his life’s work.