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The figurative drawings of Güell Lamadrid


It is inspired by the drawings of most traditional Japan. It is a toile de Jouy with exotic motifs on a nuanced base of a water-color look alike colored linen. Its fall makes it an ideal fabric to decorate noble places.



A great landscape print in which hunting scenes are painted in watercolor in two complementary colors: a spectacular explosion of reds and greens and a very soft color that reminds of the old sepia photographs.


Battery Park

His office full of books, tools, notes, drawings, postcards and memories of all his trips is the place where a great naturalist of the nineteenth century feels truly at home. It is a collection composed of two impressive figurative drawings, which represent stamped bookshelves on a 100% frosted cotton background:

Murray Hill: is a classic bookshop filled with old books in intense tones on a dark background.

Battery Park: however, is a bookstore full of motives and memories of a traveler.


Regents Park

Regent’s Park is the neighborhood where an authentic explorer would live in London, there’s where he studies the flowers and birds he has discovered in his travels. Regents Park is a compilation of 3 old documents brought to fabrics. Base 100% frosted cotton, upholstery, drapery and washable.

Holborn: design of old documents that we have brought to fabric. Holborn in a frosted cotton bird print, upholstery and drapery.

Pilmico: it is a floral print on cotton 100% recommended for any use.

Regents Park: is a print of an old travel design.


A tour around the Prado Museum


Güell’s drawings transport us to the world of classical figurative art. And we want to visit the Prado Museum to find the greatest masterpieces for that. Here is a selection of 10 essential works that must be seen. A very useful tour if you have little time to visit the museum.


Las meninas, Diego Velázquez, (1656). Room 012



Jacob’s dream, José de Ribera (1639). Room 009


The nobleman with his hand on his chest, El Greco (circa 1580). Room 008B


Equestrian Portrait of Charles V, Tiziano (1548). Room 027


Triptych of the Garden of Earthly Delights, El Bosco (1490-1500). Room 056A


The three graces, Rubens (1630-1635). Room 029


Selfportrait, Alberto Durero (1498). Room 055B


Judit at the banquet of Holofernes (before Artemisa), Rembrandt (1634). Room 076


Still life with game vegetable and fruit, Juan Sánchez Cotán (1602). Room 008A


David with the head of Goliatt, Caravaggio (circa 1600). Room 006