Dia de los Billiards
Cool! Any backstory to this work of wonder?
It’s a Day of the Dead piece that I saw in my daughter’s kindergarten Spanish classroom when I was there helping the teacher with their Dia de los Muertos celebration. Did not have a chance to ask the teacher about it. Will have to ask next time I see her. Looks like the man was maybe holding a cue at one time.
Well that’s an awesome find!
I agree, it caught my eye! Nice blog you have there by the way. Very interesting to see pool scenes in different parts of the world.
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