The palace and gardens of the Generalife were built in the 14th Century as a summer retreat for the Nasrid Emirs of Granada. On the hill next to the Alhambra the Generalife is now a Unesco World Heritage site. Now is the time of year for the flowering of the wisteria which thrives in this part of Spain. There is a gorgeous display in this pretty corner of the palace and gardens. I hope this watercolour gives you as much pleasure as I had in painting it.
The medium is watercolour
The image size is 350mm x 250mm.
The original painting has been SOLD to a collector in the USA.
PRINTS. Superb quality, limited edition (1-100) signed prints on Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle paper, 310gm, are available for 35 euros and can be purchased direct from me.
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