Spn4. 26. Entrada en el Alcazar. VG. $20


Spn5. 44. Madrid. Carrera San Geronimo. G-. $15


Spn6. 5. Madrid. Plaza de las Cortez. G. $20


Spn8. Dubois. Grenade. View looking out from Court of the 2 sisters, looking beyond into a hall, & then…G-. $10


Spn9. J. Laurent. Tomb of the Cid at Burgos. G. $25


Spn10. J. Laurent. Fountain on Prado, Madrid. This is the Neptune Fountain, Designed by Ventura Rodríguez, the sculpture—made of white marble from Montesclaros—was commissioned to Juan Pascual de Mena. Sculptural works began in 1781. Following the master’s death in April 1784, the fountain was finished in October 1786 by his disciples. G. $25


Spn11. J. Laurent. Plaza de la Constitution, Madrid. G. $25


Spn12. J. Laurent. Queens Palace, Madrid. G. $25


Spn13. J. Laurent. View of El Escorial. El Escorial, or the Royal Site of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, or Monasterio del Escorial, is a historical residence of the King of Spain located in the town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, about 28 miles northwest of  Madrid. Built between 1563 and 1584 by order of King Philip II (who reigned 1556–1598), El Escorial is the largest Renaissance building in the world. It is one of the Spanish royal sites and functions as a monastery, basilica, royal palace, pantheon, library, museum, university, school, and hospital. G. $30


Spn15. J. Laurent. Porte des Apotres, Burgos. VG. $25


Spn17. J. Laurent. Cathedral door, Burgos. G. $25


Spn18. J. Laurent. Cathedral Towers, Burgos. G. $25


Spn19. J. Laurent. View of Prado, Madrid. G. $20


Spn20. J.A. 1896. Habitation des Pecheurs, et Tour St. Pierre, a Passage (Espagne). G. $35


Spn21. J.A. 1893. Vue Generale de Passage (Espagne). VG. $40


Spn22. J.A. 1888. Rue Royale & Eglise Ste. Marie a Fontarabie (Espagne). Small adhesion on right image. G-. $20


Spn23. Court of Myrtles. The Court of the Myrtles is the central part of the Comares Palace inside the Alhambra palace complex in Granada, Spain. It is located east of the Mexuar and west of the Palace of the Lions. It was begun by the Nasrid sultan Isma’il I in the early 14th century and significantly modified by his successors Yusuf I and Muhammad V later in the same century. G. $20


Spn24. Los Leones. G. $20


Spn25. Galeria en el patio de los Arrayanes. G. $20


Spn26. Patio de los Myrtles. G. $20


Spn27. Looking out beyond into the court of the Seraglio. G. $20


Spn28. Patio de los Leones. G. $20


Spn29. Hall of the Ambassadors-looking out into the Court of Harem or Senaglio. G. $20


Spn30. El Albaicin. Desde el cubo de la alhambra. G-. $20


Spn31. Court of the Lions. The Court of the Lions or Palace of the Lions is a palace in the heart of the Alhambra, a historic citadel formed by a complex of palaces, gardens and forts in Granada, Spain. It was commissioned by the Nasrid sultan Muhammed V of the Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus. Its construction started in the second period of his reign, between 1362 and 1391 AD. Along with the Alhambra, the palace is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. G. $20


Spn32. Entrance Gallery, Court of the Myrtles. G. $20


Spn33. Seville, Entrance of the Alcazar. G. $20


Spn34. San Telmo Residence, Seville. G. $15


Spn35. La Casa de Pilatos (Pilate’s House) is an Andalusian palace in Seville, Spain, which serves as the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. It is an example of an Italian Renaissance building with Mudéjar elements and decorations. It is considered the prototype of the Andalusian palace. G. $20


Spn36. Garden of the Alcazar, Seville. VG. $20


Spn37. Court of Doncellas in the Alcazar, Seville. VG. $20


Spn38. 37. Cordoba. VG. $25


Spn39. Gate, Alhambra Park. G. $20


Spn40. No. 214. Panorama de la Place des Taureaux a Seville (pres du haut de la Giralda). G. $20


Spn41. View of a portion of Granada. G. $20


Spn42. Gate of Judgment, Alhambra. G. $20


Spn50. No. 540. La Cour des Myrthes, a l’Alhambra, a Grenade. Tinted. VG. $20


Spn53. Drier, Paris. The Majorque, Cartagena. Tinted. VG. $15


Spn54. Drier, Paris. The Majorque. Soller. Tinted. G. $15


Spn55. Drier, Paris. The Majorque, Unpragsagel? Tinted. VG. $15


Spn56. The Court of Lions in the Alhambra, Granada. Tinted. VG. $20


Spn57. Grenade. Cour des lions. Tinted VG. $20


Spn64. No. 347. Ensemble de la Cour des Lions a Grenade. G. $10


Spn67. Cimetiere de Barcelone. G. $15


Spn71. Drier, Paris. No. 301. Panorama de Valence. VG. $20


Spn73. Drier, Paris. No. 239. L’Hopital de Barcelonne. VG. $15


Spn76. Drier, Paris. No. 258. Vue prise dans les Champs Elysees a Barcelonne. VG. $15


Spn85. Drier, Paris. Cimetiere de Barcelonne. VG. $20


Spn90. 57. Grenade. Vue Generale de l”Alhambra prise du Mont del Sol. VG. $20


Spn91. 83. Granada. Cour des Lions. VG. $20


Spn92. J.A. 2439. Porte Mauresque (Maison Trevilla) a Cordoue. G. $15