Pool Hall Blues is an ornate CityScape by Michael Garman that was created in 1984. This scene quickly became one of Michael Garman’s most popular CityScape, revealing life in a local pool hall complete with many colorful characters eager to share their stories. Michael Garman created two versions of Pool Hall Blues – one with magical elements and one without. Pool Hall Blues without Magic had a limited run of only 2,500 editions ever made. It was retired from active production in the late 1990s.
Pool Hall Blues is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for resale.
The Archives Department at Michael Garman Productions was developed to establish market values for Michael Garman’s retired CityScapes and Sculptures. Establishing the retail value for any of Michael Garman’s CityScapes requires constant investigation into a fluid market with spikes and dips. In the end, the value of any work of art is based on the meaning it has for its consumer, and we in no way can guarantee a resale at the full retail value. The above value represents the retail price we would set for this piece if we had one available at The Michael Garman Museum & Gallery.
To learn about secondary markets for this and other Michael Garman CityScapes, please contact our Archives Department at 800-731-3908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scene measures 23.5″ x 27″ x 21″. ©1984. Handpainted finish.
Made in the USA – in Colorado Springs, Colorado.