view from the hotel
religious scene made in ceramic (azulejos) were to be found in almost every corner of the streets
Seville’s Cathedral Treasure
me and my friend Gio in the wonderful Plaza de España
endless azulejos seats
Parque de María Luisa
view of the Cathedral
religious items shops like this were very easy to find
precious fans made of lace, mother of pearl and precious wood
a wonderful vintage shop, very 70’s inspired, near Calle Aguilas
other fans, handmade painted
huge rosaries in a jewellery shop
The Museo de Bellas Artes:
This interesting museum, with free entrance, offers you a rest during the hot afternoon and meanwhile one can see all the best painters of the Siglo de Oro, along with other spanish painters.
José Villegas Cordero, La muerte del maestro, 1913 (detail)
This is my favorite work of the whole museum, which has a lot of other great works by Cordero, a sevillan painter who I didn’t know about before visiting this museum. La muerte del maestro represents all the things I saw in Andalusia: religion, bullfighter, death symbols.
place in front of the museum
Juan de Valdes Leal, Immaculada (1672)
José Garcia Ramos, Baile por bulerias (1884)
Torre del Oro
another vintage-antique more folkloristic shop near Calle San Isidoro, selling religious old items, ex voto and old jewellery.