Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs
Myth in art
Nature in art
San Francisco (Calif.)--Social life and customs--20th century
The poster features a drawing of two figures in a natural setting. The one on the left holds a tambourine, while the one on
the right holds a drum. Both figures are shown wearing brown shirts. There are surrounded by trees with green leaves. There
is a brown parrot perched on one of the branches. A yellow ray of light containing a dancing figure appears in the middle
of the image. The background color is blue. The text states, "Uchaleda's Carnaval." The text color is brown. A wide white
border frames the image.
General Physical Description note:
15 x 17 in.
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