This beautiful piece of art, measuring more than two feet by three feet, was originally in a Quebec school in the 1940’s as dated on the bottom of it.
In a scene from the 1930’s, it was used as part of student storytelling, copying, or whatever else they came up with in class. It’s now framed and hangs proudly on my living room wall, and it brings back many memories of playing on an outdoor rink growing up in Orillia.
There’s a fishing scene on the other side.
What’s funny about it is the Montreal player on the left, handling the puck, bears a distinct resemblance to Leafs star Charlie Conacher.