Ronda Print

SKU: JG0290

Ronda is a mountain top town in Andalucia with a legendary bridge (Puente Neuvo) from which there is a massive drop down to the Rio Guadalevin, made even more terrifying with tales of throwing people off during the war as described in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom The Bells Tolls. My drawing of the bridge is a lot more cheery and butterflies (maybe the souls of the dead) flutter overhead. In downtown Ronda the bull ring dominates the landscape. I hate bull fighting but cannot leave it out of my design as it is an intrinsic part of Spanish culture. My bull ring is more like a flower opening up in the sun's hot rays and the Matador is very much dwarfed by a very angry, black bull.

Ronda Print

Product SKU: JG0290

Ronda is a mountain top town in Andalucia with a legendary bridge (Puente Neuvo) from which there is a massive drop down to the Rio Guadalevin, made even more terrifying with tales of throwing people off during the war as described in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom The Bells Tolls. My drawing of the bridge is a lot more cheery and butterflies (maybe the souls of the dead) flutter overhead. In downtown Ronda the bull ring dominates the landscape. I hate bull fighting but cannot leave it out of my design as it is an intrinsic part of Spanish culture. My bull ring is more like a flower opening up in the sun's hot rays and the Matador is very much dwarfed by a very angry, black bull.

Ronda Print

Iconic City

White 100 GSM

Size: 28x35.5 Cm - 11x14 Inch More

Made and Printed in UK

Board backed & cellophane bagged

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Julia Gash

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Julia Gash is a creative entrepreneur and British artist who is passionate about print and maps. She creates hand drawn illustrations using brush and ink and collaborates with retailers and licensees worldwide to create sustain... Find out more

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