Three Musicians is a 1921 Picasso painting that shows the characteristics of Synthetic Cubism. Like earlier Cubism, there is a discontinuity between forms. The fingers of the musicians can be discerned, but there is no attempt to physically link these with the rest of their bodies. Instead this link is only suggested, as can be seen in the sharp bend of the elbow of the leftmost musician. Putting together the separate parts of these figures is part of the joy of the work.
Perhaps the work would have been better without the musicians' eyes, which are little more than widely-spaced holes that expose the background color. I think making out the figures is clear enough without the eyes, and they don't seem to add anything to Three Musicians. Nonetheless, Picasso should be commended for experimenting and innovating. As long as there is artistic innovation, there will be hope.