In truth, Baldessari had come to Lugo to visit his former professor, Ciardi, evicted from Venice due to the war, who was there as guest by his relatives. Then in Lugo Baldessari discovered there was a certain futurist cenacle, precisely with Pasi, but that revolved around F. Balilla Pratella, a musician and futurist of the first hour, who often invited various futurists like F.T. Marinetti, Carrà, Prampolini, Soffici, Funi, Conti, but also other important figures of culture, such as the master Mascagni, D’Annunzio, Morandi, Trombadori, etc. In short, a stimulating atmosphere for anyone, let alone the young Baldessari, who, however, was more impressed by the attractiveness of the teacher of the local elementary school, a certain Dafne Gambetti, two years younger than him but, unfortunately, already sentimentally linked to the friend Pasi. All what remained to do was to immortalize her in a group of works, whose the number has gradually grown over the years, just to confirm how impressed he was by her beauty. Among these, Donna + finestra (Woman + window) and Testa + Luci ( Head + Lights), and it must be said immediately that Baldessari portrayed her, let’s say so, only as a futurist painter could see her, with dynamic cuts and multiple perspectives, which does not always coincide with the idea of beauty as intended by a non-futurist.