sábado, 23 de mayo de 2020

Torreón de Linares

Los restos del antiguo castillo de Linares, solo queda en la zona alta del pueblo un torreón del mismo, de una foto facilitada por mi amigo Antonio del Arco, he querido plasmar estos restos históricos de la ciudad.


18 comentarios:

  1. Que bello me agrado mucho ese
    torreón.

    Besitos dulces
    Siby

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  2. Muchas gracias Siby, tienes muchos años de historia en esas piedras, han visto pasar muchos acontecimientos de nuestra ciudad.
    Feliz Fin de Semana.
    Saludos

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  3. Hello José,
    What a very nice paint. So great how you've done this.
    A wonderful historical place and so special withe large stairs.

    Greetings, Marco

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  4. Thanks friend Marco, many years of history and events are behind that tower and those stairs in the town where I live, which is Linares.
    Happy week

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  5. You did a great job my friend José Antonio on capturing it's beauty! You made it so alive with the colors and shadings that you used on this art. I love it so much and it makes me want to see the place someday. I love forts and castles so much!

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  6. Thank you very much Stevenson I am glad you like it, here in the province you would enjoy a lot because it is the southern entry point with the plateau, where the Arabs stayed for 8 centuries and there are many castles, in fact there is a route of the castles through Jaén , some in spectacular locations.
    Regards.

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    1. Oh that is amazinG! I was able to watch a documentary about Islamic Architecture in Andalusia and it was very informative and makes me learn about the influences of the Moors in Spanish culture and architecture which was then brought by the Spanish to our history in the Philippines :)

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    2. This is Stevenson, the Alhambra in Granada is a real gem, the Mosque of Cordoba, another, to name a few relevant and well-known but Andalusia is full of impressive monuments, we have many features and customs that stayed with us.
      I encourage you if you can ever visit us, although I know the distance is great, but well you are young and you like what you can see on your blogs.
      Regards.

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  7. Muito obrigado Maria pela sua visita e comentário, fico feliz que tenha gostado.
    Saudações.

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  8. Qué bonito ese torreón solitario.
    Un abrazo.

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  9. Muchas gracias Rocío, me alegra que te guste.
    Un Abrazo

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  10. Estos pequeños apuntes tan minuciosos son como un salvaconducto para fijar en la memoria el nombre de la villa.
    Saludos, J.Aº.

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  11. Muchas gracias Ana Mª cada uno de nosotros tiene sus preferencias en cuanto a temas, al menos te sientes mas cómodo con ellos, estos me atraen muy especialmente.
    Saludos.

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  12. Hola josé
    Caigo en la repetición porque también has entregado al papel estos restos del antiguo castillo de Linares. Los colores y las líneas son muy hermosos y hermosos para ver.
    Saludos

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  13. Muchas gracias Helma, esos temas si me encuentro mas cómodo pintándolos, el dibujo lineal me va mas, (quizás un poco de deformación profesional) pero hay que pintar de todo, cambiar temas, atreverse, es muy enriquecedor y se aprende mucho.
    Saludos.

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