Bishop's Street,(Carrer del Bisbe) , Barcelona
Original oil on canvas by Alan Harris, british artist. This is another version of the famous ‘Bishop’s street’, where is the stunning neo-Gothic bridge known locally as the ‘Pont del Bisbe‘ or ‘Bishop’s Bridge’. Although the bridge blends in seamlessly with its Medieval surroundings, was in fact constructed in 1928. The architect’s ambition was to construct a series of new buildings inspired by the dominant Gothic style of the area, but the government, only validated the construction of the Bishop’s Bridge. The architect, disappointed with the decision, secretly incorporated a hidden skull with a dagger inside. Legend says anyone who crosses the bridge and sees the skull will fall prey to an evil spell. A superb gift for Barcelona lovers alike. Alan works with a variety of mediums as oils, watercolours, pastel, mixed media, sculptures and engage the viewer with atmospheric detail. Image Size: W 24.00" x H 20.00" framed size 30x26 in The painting is sent framed, with a 8.2 cm (3.2 in)
W 60.00 cm x H 50.00 cm
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About the Artist
" My work is my life, each piece is like a diary of my emotions and feelings on my journey through time. " Born in 1950s London, Alan has always had a flair for being creative. He attended Strand Grammar where, like most schools of the time, academic discipline was paramount. “My intere...