Desde Madrid al Cielo. Yes indeed. Madrid is a great city. In this beautiful fountain of mythological motif, you can see Neptune riding the waves as he is being pulled forward by wild-looking horses. It’s called the Fountain of Neptune. The focus here is the Paseo del Prado which is part of La Castellana. La Castellana runs through Madrid and meets with major streets like Calle Alcalá.
A small line and wash watercolor of 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.
The Sabatini Gardens are neoclassical-style gardens located on the northern facade of the Royal Palace in Madrid. Carlos III ordered the construction to his architect Francisco Sabatini.
‘El que no pasa por la calle de la Pasa no se casa’ (He who does not pass through the street of the Raisin does not marry) This is a short, narrow street hidden in the heart of Madrid. Right next to the San Miguel Market. In the 18th Century all the couples who wanted to begin the process of getting married had to go to this street and do the paperwork at the Archbishop’s Palace on Calle de la Pasa number 3.
The Piruli of Madrid can be seen from many areas of Madrid.
El Piruli de Madrid 1997 Watercolor on Arches 300 gms 19.5×14.5cm 7.6x €80 Euros
The Temple Lds in Madrid has a beautiful white facade, impeccably white and a beautiful garden in the back called El Jardin de las Novias or the Bride’s Garden.
El Cerro de los Angeles is located in the middle of Spain. I can see it from my terrace, so I paint it a lot.
Cantalojas is my favorite place. I always take my paints with me when I go.
Trillo There is actually a waterfall runnning right through the middle of town. There are houses on both sides of a tripple cascade waterfall. The town is beautiful too and colorful with black railing all over the little town.
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