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"Polvos Pica-Pica"

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Original work, Oil on Canvas

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Summary of the original work

Oil on canvas
Sizes: 40 cm wide x 40 cm high.
Year: 2019
Ready to hang
"Pica-pica powder" Oil on canvas 40x40cm. I was going to headline "Chumino with sweets" or something like that and despite cracking up I alone being aware once again of how gross I can be, it didn't seem very elegant ­čśů. On this occasion and without serving as a precedent, entering to debate about the origin of my muses seems completely improper and unnecessary, not to mention that I am afraid to self-analyze the situation, so I have decided to cut and paste an entry from my friend Lola Perez, who is not painted for what the sweets of my painting hide:
"THE ORIGIN OF THE CHUMINO WORD"
There are many contributions from Malaga to the way of speaking of the Spaniards. Yes, the word chumino has its origin, like aliquindoy, in the port of Malaga.
In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, many were the English ships that came to our port to load our products or provision, among other things, of the water from the newly released Aqueduct of San Telmo.
The city 's bulls, also called whores, approached the port from their exercise rooms, because it was actually crossing a street, and waiting for the boats. When they saw them, they climbed their skirts and taught the sailors the material. But the authorities began to pursue this practice and the Pilinguis had to hide that upward rise.
The English sailors who arrived, surprised to see no hoists or co├▒etes in the air, shouted
SHOW ME NOW!
which is pronounced more or less shouminou ...
The Malaga who was walking through the port to see such a show, skirts in the air with all the pastries uncovered, thought that this was the name that the Guiriland gave to what was known in Malaga in another way ... and began to call it too CUNT.
Happy weekend!
PD: This picture is the song "I mark the minute" of La Mala Rodr├şguez, right? To listen to it https://binged.it/2Kmvqz4


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    • Details of the original work

      Oil Painting on Canvas
      Sizes: 40 cm x 40 cm.
      Year Created: 2019
      Ready to hang

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      Style: Pop-art
      Theme:
      • Nudes
      • Figures

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      "Pica-pica powder" Oil on canvas 40x40cm. I was going to headline "Chumino con chuches" or something like that and despite splitting with laughter I alone being aware once again of how gross I can be, it didn't seem very elegant ­čśů

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      "Pica-pica powder" Oil on canvas 40x40cm. I was going to headline "Chumino with sweets" or something like that and despite cracking up I alone being aware once again of how gross I can be, it didn't seem very elegant ­čśů. On this occasion and without serving as a precedent, entering to debate about the origin of my muses seems completely improper and unnecessary, not to mention that I am afraid to self-analyze the situation, so I have decided to cut and paste an entry from my friend Lola Perez, who is not painted for what the sweets of my painting hide:
      "THE ORIGIN OF THE CHUMINO WORD"
      There are many contributions from Malaga to the way of speaking of the Spaniards. Yes, the word chumino has its origin, like aliquindoy, in the port of Malaga.
      In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, many were the English ships that came to our port to load our products or provision, among other things, of the water from the newly released Aqueduct of San Telmo.
      The city 's bulls, also called whores, approached the port from their exercise rooms, because it was actually crossing a street, and waiting for the boats. When they saw them, they climbed their skirts and taught the sailors the material. But the authorities began to pursue this practice and the Pilinguis had to hide that upward rise.
      The English sailors who arrived, surprised to see no hoists or co├▒etes in the air, shouted
      SHOW ME NOW!
      which is pronounced more or less shouminou ...
      The Malaga who was walking through the port to see such a show, skirts in the air with all the pastries uncovered, thought that this was the name that the Guiriland gave to what was known in Malaga in another way ... and began to call it too CUNT.
      Happy weekend!
      PD: This picture is the song "I mark the minute" of La Mala Rodr├şguez, right? To listen to it https://binged.it/2Kmvqz4
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