Brighton Royal Pavilion Finial and Domes Regency Alej-ez
The colour scheme of this piece relates to the specific Regency colours found in the interiors of the Brighton Pavilion. Gold dragon scales friezes, carmine onion domes, Gothic Prussian blue jali screens, Turner’s patent yellow diamond crenelated parapet in octagonal pinnacle. Finial convex, feathered rings topped by fluted rings. Other sources of inspiration are medieval and early renaissance paintings.
About Alejandro Martinez:
He was born in Granada, Spain, in 1973. He studied architecture at the Universidad de Sevilla and graduated in 1998. He has always had a passion for drawing and in parallel with his architectural training, he nurtured his particular interest in pen and ink drawings with graphic design.
From 2000 he worked as an architect in the UK. In 2006, longing for the proximity of the sea, he moved to Brighton. This change of scenery provided him with a rich gallery of experiences from which to draw inspiration. The subjects for his work varies with influences drawn from architectural detail, city views, landscapes, motion and still life.
Signed Edition print
A1 594 x 841 mm
A2 420 x 594 mm
A3 297 x 420 mm
A4 210 x 297 mm
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