The Palace in Seville by Fernando L. Hidalgo (Spanish, 1880 - 1945)

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Interior depiction of the Patio de las Doncellas, Reales Alcazares de Sevilla, the oldest royal European palace still in use today in Seville, Spain. A beautiful Orientalist rendition of this grandiose space, the viewer peers through a focal archway within a scalloped archway arcade at the covered walkway and into an interior space with a set of red horseshoe arches . Brilliant plaster of paris decoration is rendered gorgeously in shades of cream paint. A prayer mat and floor pillow are situated in the mid ground with a small fountain footsteps away. 

Artist: Fernando L. Hidalgo (Spanish, 1880 - 1945)

Fernando Liger Hidalgo was a Spanish Impressionist & Modern painter, born in 1880.