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The blue color is summary and common, it makes Sabartés’s determine, seated at a café desk, an emblem of poetic depression that looms over the world’s empty horizon. Blue is the painting’s metaphor for unhappiness and sorrow; despite the fact that, in the direction of the top of 1901, the need to precise those emotions extra without delay encouraged Picasso to show to sculpture. The predominance of shape in his work, pointed out via Daix, undeniably testifies to this curiosity; Picasso started to sculpt not just as the medium made his plastic suggestion extra concrete, but in addition since it corresponded to his have to impose strict limits on himself, to accomplish the main ascetic technique of expression. As every little thing however the lonely human determine progressively disappears from Picasso’s portray, and because the tonality turns into an absolutely monochromatic blue, his internal version, static and tightly closed in on itself (for instance, the determine within the café), arrives at a sculptural suggestion expressing melancholy. The portray A Drunken lady dozing, produced in Barcelona through the first months of 1902, is a noteworthy example of that improvement. In material it keeps alongside the traces of the Paris absinthe drinkers, but its plastic personality ends up in the main paintings of 1902, The stopover at (p. 28): the bent, drooping determine, 33 34 wrapped within the sorrow of its blue cape, completely withdrawn as a tightly closed shell. The genesis of this sculptural personality can also be traced to the Paris works of the second one half 1901, within which the figures are, because it have been, inscribed within the oval contours of a Romanesque archway. at the start between those is a “cycle” of girls inmates and madonna-like “Maternities” (Daix), which of their personal approach replicate Picasso’s impressions of visits to the St. Lazare felony within the autumn of 1901. the advance of most of these components, either plastic and semantic, constitutes the heritage to the Hermitage portray The stopover at (see Seated girl with Folded fingers; Crouching girl with a baby and Seated girl in Voluminous Clothing). “The center of the clever is in the home of mourning” — the phrases of Ecclesiastes appeared to echo the very recommendations of the twenty-year-old Picasso while he, carrying on with his quest for the everlasting female and discovering all over the place soreness and the tragic essence of lifestyles, made his option to the St. Lazare felony. 39 Portrait of Soler, 1903. Oil on canvas, a hundred x 70 cm, Hiroshima Museum of paintings, Hiroshima. The Tragedy, 1903. Oil on wooden, a hundred and five. four x sixty nine cm, nationwide Gallery of artwork, Washington. 35 Old Jew with a Boy, 1903. Oil on canvas, a hundred twenty five x ninety two cm, The Pushkin Museum of excellent Arts, Moscow. 36 before everything of the 20 th century many of the inmates there have been prostitutes. Amid the hustle and bustle of Belle Èpoque Paris, St. Lazare legal stood out as an odd international, became in upon itself, by some means undying — an environment bolstered by means of the twelfth-century structure of its constructions. The monotonous rhythm of the vaults’ arid arcades, of the lengthy, echoing corridors with their processions of inmates, the sacral surroundings of this former monastery — these kind of should have affected Picasso, weak as he was once to such impressions.