The parable of the blind leading the blind: two blind men walk into a stream
|Caption||The parable of the blind leading the blind: two blind men walk into a stream. Engraving after H Bosch. The foremost man has a hurdy-gurdy and wears a pilgrim's hat. The follower wears his hat on his back: he seems to be a hunchback. Beyond, two other blind men also fall into the stream as they do not see the nearby walkway across it. In the left background, a house with obstacles in front. Created between 1600 and 1699. Blind. Blindness. Beggars. Hats. Staffs (Sticks, canes, etc.). Costume – Netherlands (- 16th century). Contributors: Hieronymus Bosch (-1516). Work ID: naeqxmru.|
|parable blind leading men walk stream Engravings Hieronymus Bosch|
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