The National Pantheon, housing the tombs of Portugal’s major historic celebrities, is located on the original site of the church of Santa Engrácia. Founded in the second half of the 16th century, the building was totally rebuilt at the end of the 17th century by the architect João Antunes. Even though it was never used as a place of worship, it still preserves, under its modern dome, a majestic nave with a polychrome marble decoration typical of the Portuguese Baroque architecture. Being an icon of Lisbon’s cityscape and having a privileged location, as it overlooks the city’s historic centre and the river Tagus, it is listed as a National Monument.
A series of ink paintings, colored with watercolor, dedicated to the beautiful city of Lisbon.
The painting was done from ancestral way with pen nib dipped in Indian ink and then colored with professional quality watercolors, on high quality watercolor paper.
All paintings framed in high quality black wood, ready to hang on your wall.
Watercolor paper Fabriano Artístíco 140lb (300gsm); Professional Water Colour Winsor & Newton + Winsor & Newton Black Indian Ink