XL Print 50x50 Views from the Guadalquivir, SEVILLE
Art print from the Spain Series. Seville seen from the Guadalquivir
Since the discovery of America, Seville became the port of entry to Spain from the New Continent. The Catholic Monarchs founded the Casa de Contratación de Indias, based in Seville from 1503 to 1717.
From there, trips were directed and contracted, the wealth entering from America was controlled, and commercial, scientific, and judicial relations with the New World were regulated.
This led to a great urban expansion, with Seville exceeding 100,000 inhabitants, and becoming the largest city in Spain and the best urbanized at the time.
Sheet printed on 320 gr paper. High Quality Embossing. Measurements of 50 x 50 cm.
Delivered unframed. Recommended IKEA Ribba frame 50x50 cm.