Pablo Picasso. Breakfast of a blind man. 1903. 
This man has deeply sunken eye suggesting that he probably suffers from phthisical bulbi as a 
result of ocular trauma or failed ocular surgery. The alternative explanation is Leber's congenital 
amaurosis in which prolonged eye rubbing leads to orbital fat atrophy and enophthalmos.
Oil on canvas.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA. 
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