Duccio di Buoninsegna: The Temptation of Christ on the Mountain, 1308−11
Jung defines his concept of projection
“Projection means the expulsion of a subjective content into an object; it is the opposite of introjection.
Accordingly, it is a process of dissimilation, by which a subjective content becomes alienated from the subject and is, so to speak, embodied in the object.
The subject gets rid of painful, incompatible contents by projecting them.”