The walled city of Ávila is dotted with small churches built of rough, hard stone, where only the entrance is ornamented. This pencil drawing illustrates one of the best preserved at the tiny church of San Segundo, perched at the southern end of the city overlooking the deep valley beyond. The ever diminishing arches of the deeply-set door make the most of the strong Spanish light.
The image is c.145x125mm and is produced with the highest-quality archival inks on a textured archival fine art paper to convey all the qualities of the original drawing. The print run is limited to 150 and each print is available unmounted or set in a 12×10″ acid-free mount, a standard size for you to frame as you choose.read more about my papers, mounts and prints here