In Finestra Oberta (Open Window) (1922), Aragay paints the room in his home in Breda. Every detail of the room is painted. The covers on the bed are open, with a the typical red and white striped mattress, a chair and a small shelf. There are a couple of tables with all kinds of objects on them, and a small vase with colourful flowers lit up from a wide open window, through which we can see the trees and houses of the neighbours, with red roofs marked against the blue sky. The detail on the window, which is a key element of the composition, is a wonderful exercise in perspective, giving the painting depth and bathing the objects in the room with light and colour.