La Almudena June 24th 2018 Line and Wash

A small watercolor of the Almudena Cathedral. Blue sky with a bit of crimson. The Almudena has a huge evergreen growing in front of the gate. There are a few street lamps with the black latern from days of old. The view is from accross the street.

Santa Maria la Real de la Almudena is the Catholic Cathedral of Madrid, simply called, La Almudena. The Church is dedicated to the Virgin Almudena, the patron Saint of Madrid. The construction began in the late XIX Century and was completed in the late XX Century. It has Neoclassical, Neo gothic and Neo Romanesque styles.

A small watercolor of the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, Spain.

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