In the present painting, Craesbeeck depicts a peasant with unkempt hair, wearing a simple brown costume and cap. With a gaping mouth, downcast eyes, and bandaged head, the figure leans slightly forward towards his right arm, which hangs limply in a thin sling wrapped around his neck. Clearly interested in the physiognomy of the sitter, Craesbeeck uses an expressive grimace and body language to convey a feeling of unbearable pain.
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