Mexican artist Day of the Dead Sancho Panza. Hand crafted and painted. 40x 32cm Sancho Panza is a Spanish character in a tale with concepts of fantasy humor truth and companion-ship and where we are all heading.
The stars are don Quixote and Sancho Panza with the landscape of Spain playing the backdrop. Poor don Quixote is a brave elderly man and dreamer who wishes to return to the age of chivalry. With amigo Sancho Panza who is uneducated but able to quote much they set off on adventure. The people they innocently attempt to assist are terrible. Daumier drew a great work with a poor dead donkey in the foreground with his tongue lolling. Picasso painted a shadowy animated calligraphic ink work. Holy Kitsch! presents to you the most recent interpretation executed in Day of the Dead method á la Picasso's Guernica.
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