Masterfully painting with view of courtyard in the world-famous Alhambra Palace in Granada/Spain was executed by good-listed and high-quoted Spanish painter Francisco MUROS ÚBEDA (1836 - Granada - 1917).
He was a painter belonging to the Granada School of the 19th century, draftsman and Honorary Professor of the school of fine arts of Granada and recieved many prizes of this school. By his work and teaching it achieved dominance in the field of local painting and projection at the national level. ". he was the author among other works of "decorations on the ceiling of the theatre Calderón de Motril","despair of Judas"(Golden Medal of the city of Granada in the festivities of the Corpus)", inside the Hall of the two sisters","new war bad","door of weights","room of rest of the baths". Premiered in pubic in the arts exhibition of the Sociedad Económica de Amigos del País organized on the occasion of the local festivals 1857 and did several works, among which a"Self-portrait painting" and earned a silver medal.
Full artist´s biography in Spanish read in the Wikipedia under following link: https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francisco_Muros_Ubeda
Literature: Index of AKL (Allgemeines Kuenstlerlexikon by Saur ); Wikipedia
Inscription: signed lower right
Technique: oil on canvas, slightly mounted on wood. Original period gold-plated frame.
Measurements: unframed w 14 5/8" x h 18" (37 x 45,7 cm) , framed w 22 1/2" x h 26" (57 x 66 cm).
Condition: good, delicate cracks on the background.