Photograph of the painting "His Only Pair" by Sauza Pinto, depicting a grandmother mending a young boy's trousers, [s.d.]. The young boy stands to the right in his underwear, stretching himself against the hearth in embarassment and hiding his face. To the left, an elderly woman with a kerchief wrapped around her head sits in a chair and takes to mending the boy's trousers. Kindling for the fire can be seen at her feet farther left, while various bric-a-brac can be seen over the hearth, such as kettles and candlesticks. To the right, an umbrella and a stray shoe can be seen, in the vicinity of a childish line drawing of a man with a pipe.