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The Blind Man's Meal, 1903




The Blind Man's Meal, 1903





The Blind Man's Meal, 1903
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973)
Oil on canvas; 37 1/2 x 37 1/4 in. (95.3 x 94.6 cm)
Purchase, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Haupt Gift, 1950 (50.188)

This striking painting is one of Picasso's most moving pictures from his Blue Period, so named for the blue coloration that permeated his work at the time (autumn 1901–mid-1904). Frequently he depicted solitary figures set against almost empty backgrounds, the blue palette imparting a mood of melancholy and desolation to images that suggest unhappiness and dejection, poverty, despondency, and despair. Most prevalent among his subjects were the old, the destitute, the blind, the homeless, and the otherwise underprivileged outcasts of society.

The Blind Man's Meal, painted in Barcelona in the autumn of 1903, summarizes the stylistic characteristics of Picasso's Blue Period: rigorous drawing, simple hieratic compositions and forms, and of course, a blue tonality. The composition presents a forlorn figure seated at a frugal repast. In a letter, preserved in the Barnes Collection in Merion, Pennsylvania, Picasso gives a very precise description of the composition: "I am painting a blind man at the table. He holds some bread in his left hand and gropes with his right hand for a jug of wine." An empty bowl and a white napkin complete the still life on the table. The man's slightly contorted figure, long thin El Greco–like hands, unadorned surroundings, and his blindness make his disenfranchised condition all the more poignant. The highlights on his face and neck, hands, bread, and napkin put the figure in relief against the austere background.

The painting is not merely a portrait of a blind man; it is also Picasso's commentary on human suffering in general. The meager meal of bread and wine invites references to the figure of Christ and the principal dogma of Catholic faith, whereby bread and wine represent Christ's body and blood, sacramental associations that Picasso as a Spaniard would have known. Additionally, the work elicits affinities to Picasso's own situation at the time, when, impoverished and depressed, he closely identified with the unfortunates of society.











Blind Ismail Chacha - Dil Hai Hindustani




Blind Ismail Chacha - Dil Hai Hindustani





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Blind Ismail Chacha is 83 years old a passionate nationalist , he was in the Indian Army..941 Corps..he came to my house on 14 August to invite me for the flag hoisting on 15 August our Independence day.

Ismail Chacha has a very colorful history I shall write when I have all the details..
Ismail Chachas father Abdulla Hamdare a Konkani Muslim from Pawas , was a cook or Khansama in the household of the Nizams of Hyderabad , from there he shifted to Jinnah House working as a cook with the family of Mr Jinnah..
Ismail Chacha gets nostalgic about those days but he was very small, when the partition took place Mr Jinnah who was fond of Abdulla Hamdares culinary talents asked him to migrate with him and his family to Pakistan, but Abdulla Hamdare would not leave the country of his birth..Mr Jinnah Saab had him employed at Chagla House..

The Hamdares are known as Karais in Bandra and a entire locality existed here, Ismail Chacha was employed with Port Trust under Mr Sood husband of Kamini Kaushal.

Ismail Chacha worked at the docks and knew Haji Mastan a celebrity figure , who allegedly was the kingpin of the underworld those days..

The Army absorbed Ismail Chacha and he got his salary both from the Port Trust and the Army..Chacha was talking to fast and I dont take notes so these are excerpts of conversation with me..

Ismail Chacha lost both his eyes is retired now on pension, and it is his family heritage of a flag that was used for the hoisting.. at Indra Nagar Bandra.

Rahebar Khan was the chief guest I could not post these pictures earlier..

I will write more about Ismail Chacha and the Jinnah household at a later date..I do not want to upset the BJP like Mr Jaswant Singh....











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