This canvas was written by the artist in 1912. This time the painter decided to turn away from the standard and bored principles of depicting various objects, thereby giving the viewer a chance to see the canvas in his own way. The violin on the canvas is divided into many small complex particles that the audience is invited to assemble into a single object.
Despite the fragmented details, all of them are made with a degree of detail. Picasso didn’t have a goal to portray the violin exactly, he wanted to capture the melody that this musical instrument could create. This still life was created in the days of synthetic cubism, which is characterized by the use of collages and applications.