Drawing of Liguria Lastarria in Barrio Lastarria, José Victorino Lastarria corner Merced.
Size: A4: 21 x 29.7 cm.
Acid free paper for longlasting whiteness
Paper Canson Mix Media of 160 grams, made in France
Micron 0.1 ink pencil with ink quality file resistant to water and light.
Framing suggestion with glass to protect the paper and with Passepartout to highlight the work.
This house with category of Historic Conservation Property is on the corner of Merced with Lastarria: Its neo-baroque style is the work of the architect Alberto Cruz Montt and dates from the early twentieth century. It was originally designed as a house for the Valdés Freire family, but it was known to house the Chilean Chilean Institute of Culture. Abandoned for years, were the Cicalli brothers, owners of the Liguria, who restored it, fully recovering its façade and preserving the original Montt inside, in addition to achieving dramatically beautiful environments.
If you want to know more about this drawing and this beautiful Barrio Lastarria in Santiago de Chile, I invite you to read the post I did when I drew this and other milestones: https://www.erikabrandner.cl/barrio-lastarria-en-dibujos/