Its like Picasso, Magritte and Ingres all mixed in. The incongruous anatomy is Picasso; the drapery and lines are Ingres; the mystery and enigma like Magritte. After I notice the arms (which remind me of lips or a womb) I notice the textures of the bed and the lace and . The the effect is like a technical study at first but if I want to get extravagant with interpretations I thought of the arms being like a womb - yet obscuring the woman's identity and form (especially the head/mind) - all while planted/fixed firmly in a bed. Of course you may well have not intended that but as Jung said there are meanings in arts the artists are not always aware of. You can dismiss my version but I have Jung on my side too lol.