11 Pieces Of Art From Spain

This week I took a break from foggy London to visit Barcelona and Madrid. As much as I missed the National Gallery, there was no shortage of art in Spain. Here are some of the things I saw.

1. Graffiti in Barcelona, Spain. Inspired by Picasso's Guernica.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

2. The outside of La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona. Designed by Antoni Gaudí. (I couldn't resist.)


3. The inside of La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

4. You know when Bart Simpson wants to be Garfield. Barcelona.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

5. A door covered in happy sharks, Barcelona.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

6. A friendly iguana in Gaudí's Park Güell, Barcelona.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

7. A public area in Madrid that will soon be torn down for a sports bar. RIP.


8. The ceiling of an amazing cathedral, Madrid. (Apparently, they hired an artist not knowing that he liked pop art, and he made them this as a surprise.)

Photo by Sophie Hollis

9. A painting from the Thyssen museum in Madrid by an artist brilliantly named Peeter Neefs I (using Spanish spelling).

Photo by Sophie Hollis

10. Salvador Dalí in the Thyssen, Madrid.

Photo by Sophie Hollis

11. From the outside wall of our hostel (next to a Five Guys) in Madrid.

Photo by Sophie Hollis
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