Do you ever have those days when you can't put to words how you're truly feeling? Like, you know exactly what it is but maybe there are no words for the "can't even" you're going through.
Turns out Renaissance paintings are impeccably accurate when it comes to depicting the things we can't articulate. Your advances have been rejected? Just take a look at this tapestry from 1345 that shows a disproportionately small man castrating himself in front of a woman picking oranges and tell me that isn't exactly what rejection feels like.
There's a confusing piece of Renaissance art out there for everyone, you just have to look hard enough.