Jack Diamond, Aka Legs Diamond ~ John "Legs" Diamond, alias Jack Moran (July 10, 1897-December 18, 1931), aka Gentleman Jack, was a famous Irish-American gangster in New York City during the Prohibition era. A bootlegger and close associate of gambler Arnold Rothstein, Diamond survived a number of attempts on his life between 1919 and 1931, causing him to be known as the "clay pigeon of the underworld."
Surrealism is a literary and art movement that came about in the 1920's. (It pulled inspiration from Dadaism.) This Painting called the Persistence of Memory by popular Surrealist artist Salvador Dali shows the types of art formed during surrealism and the motifs of the unconscious mind.