Watercolors of a most ethereal kind of the Alhambra, a place so wondrous that the last caliph wept as he looked upon it for the very last time. Mostly 1920’s. George Owen Wynne Apperley, watercolorist. Born in Britain he spent most of his life in Spain, his true home.

"Sala del Reposo, La Alhambra. Undated.
“Sala del Reposo, La Alhambra. Undated. Fair use license. via http://www.artistsandart.org/2010/08/.
"El patio de los leones (Court of the lions)." 1920.
“El patio de los leones (Court of the lions).” 1920. Image © artnet.com. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/george-owen-wynne-apperley/el-patio-de-los-leones-court-of-the-lions-baLx6knCxLYnjQ2eOVtqUQ2
"Pórtico del patio de los Arrayanes." Undated.
“Pórtico del patio de los Arrayanes.” Undated. Fair use license. via http://www.artistsandart.org/2010/08/
"El Patio de Los Leones (Court of the Lions)." 1920.
“El Patio de Los Leones (Court of the Lions).” 1920. Image © artnet.com. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/george-owen-wynne-apperley/el-patio-de-los-leones-court-of-the-lions-rBSJqzx4YL7lspZVDAZzaQ2
"Patio de los Arrayanes." Undated.
“Patio de los Arrayanes.” Undated. Fair use license. via http://www.artistsandart.org/2010/08/
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