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The Castle of Alcalá de Guadaíra
Oil on panel. Ca. 1833
Roberts, David
The Castle of Alcalá de Guadaíra
Oil on panel. Ca. 1833
Roberts, David

El quebrado perfil del castillo de Alcalá de Guadaíra, cercano a Sevilla, aparece visto a lo lejos en un bellísimo atardecer en el que la sugerente luz del ocaso se refleja sobre el río. La imagen es fruto de la visión evocadora y romántica del escocés David Roberts, destacado representante del paisajismo británico, que ejerció gran influencia en artistas españoles, especialmente en Genaro Pérez V

The Torre del Oro
Oil on panel. 1833
Roberts, David
The Torre del Oro
Oil on panel. 1833
Roberts, David

David Roberts was one of the British romantic painters who traveled through Spain, capturing images that best represented the landscape and picturesque aspects of this country, especially in Andalusia. Here, he offers an image of the Guadalquivir River where it flows through Seville, with the Torre de Oro (Golden Tower) as the protagonist. The comings and goings of the boats on the water or berthe

Interior of the Mosque in Córdoba
Oil on canvas. 1838
Roberts, David
Interior of the Mosque in Córdoba
Oil on canvas. 1838
Roberts, David

The Scottish artist David Roberts travelled around Spain between 1832 and 1833, en route to Africa. Fascinated by its Islamic and Christian monuments, his works present an exotic and literary vision of Spain. This canvas, executed after his return to London, depicts a colourful and idealised view of the Villaviciosa Chapel, beneath the pierced vault constructed under Al-Hakam II.

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