La Miséreuse accroupie

La Miséreuse Accroupie, meaning “The Crouching Beggar” is quite literally what Picasso portrayed in this painting. Depicted is a woman wrapped in heavy blue and blue-green layers. Her expression is solemn: her gaze downward and her eyes are closed. Aside from her face, the woman’s body is completely covered, symbolizing how closed-off to the outside world and guarded she is. She is a beggar: impoverished and isolated, keeping to herself.
SKU: 65396
Creator: Pablo Picasso
Date: 1902
Original Medium: Oil on canvas
Original Size: 39 7/8 x 26 in.
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario
© Succession Picasso 2018

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