Figurative azulejos appeared in the XV century in Sevilla.
This earthenware tile art quickly expanded throughout cities of Spain. One of the finest manifestation of this sumptuous work can be found on the Royal Alcazar Palace. The most magnificent tiled place in Seville is the Plaza de Espana. The hemicycle impressive square is covered by azulejos. Ground, wall and benches are decorated with marble and hand painted ceramics depicting provinces of Spain, their blazon and their story.
Sevilla eyepiece perfectly illustrates the Andalusian character. Blend of love and ardour, its rectangular shape unravels the great passion of the women wearing them.