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Triumphal Arch in Barcelona, Spain. Fine art watercolor painting Barcelona Spain artwork fine art watercolor painting Spain Barcelona art - 20x30 inches

Watercolor painting of the Arc de Triomf in Barcelona, Spain. Fine art watercolor painting Barcelona Spain. Fine art.Original painting 12x16"- SOLDPrinted on photographic paper and hand signed by the artist. Fine art prints are shipped in cardboard mailing tube, sealed in watertight plastic sleeve. USPS Priority Mail (1-3 days) with tracking and insurance (domestic US).Painted by Raleigh, NC artist Ryan Fox. Ryan is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society as well as five state societies- Georgia, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and North Carolina (GWS, IWS, PWS, MOWS, WSNC). Ryan has won awards in The American Watercolor Society (AWS), Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors, Missouri Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS), and Watercolor Society of North Carolina juried shows. His work has been featured in Watercolor Artist Magazine and Splash 15, 16, & 19 hardcover books published by F+W Media.Handmade item

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Hospital de Sant Pau Barcelona - 24x36 / Matte

Shot in Barcelona, Spain The Hospital de Santa Creu i de Sant Pau, commonly known as Hospital de Sant Pau, is an impressive complex constructed at the beginning of the twentieth century by Lluís Domènech I Montaner and his son. The surprising hospital was designed like a small modernist complex. The idea behind the design was to help the patients heal thanks to its pleasant atmosphere. Since 2009, it is no longer functioning as a hospital. The impressive buildings covered in red brick were designed as sober country houses surrounded by a lovely setting. Each department was housed in a different building and these were all connected by underground passageways. Prints are carefully rolled, and shipped in kraft tube boxes.

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Spain Travel Print - 11 x 17

Product description Spain Travel Poster Bernard Villemot (1911, Trouville-sur-Mer – 1989) was a French graphic artist known primarily for his iconic advertising images for Orangina, Bally Shoe, Perrier, and Air France. He was known for a sharp artistic vision that was influenced by photography, and for his ability to distill an advertising message to a memorable image with simple, elegant lines and bold colors. Our Prints will not fade and are made in the USA. Poster Quality: Fine art giclee print on heavy acid free archival paper using 100+ year fade resistant inks. Poster Sizing: These posters are printed to size to fit readily available standard frames

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Gaudi Over Barcelona, Spain - 5x7 Inches

This Gaudi Barcelona Print was taken in Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain. This and many buildings and structures in this park, and city, were created at the cost of the people by Antonio Gaudi­. His art and style are world renound and incredibly innovative. This building was one of my favorites, the park, as always, was pretty full of people, but facing the city you get a beautiful view of Barcelona and one of his amazingly detailed works of art. TITLE: Gaudi over Barcelona, Park Guell LOCATION: Park Guell, Barcelona

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Spain Vintage Travel Poster

Spanish travel poster published by the Spanish State Tourist Department in Madrid, c. 1940s. Painted by artist Josep Morell. Vintage Travel Poster.

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Cordoba - Spain - C1960 / 24.5 / 36

This poster was created to promote French travel to the Spanish city of Cordoba by artist Ricardo Anaya. A woman is dressed in a bright "traje de flamenca" while holding a decorative fan highlighting the architecture of the city, both hallmarks of traditional dress in this southern region of Spain. In her hair is a "peineta", which is a large decorative comb usually worn under a "mantila", or lace head covering. The city of Cordoba was once a Roman citadel, which went on to become a major Muslim religious city during the Middle Ages. One of the most renowned sites in Cordoba is its La Mezquita mosque, which dates back to 784 AD and is highlighted in this poster as a "unique mosque". Unfortunately, there is little known about the artist Ricardo Anaya although he did create several posters for Cordoba in the early 1960s. This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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