With a notable Spanish flavor, the composition of this piece is reminiscent of the Lladro's floral pieces. There are the 6 different varieties of flowers (roses, carnations,
geraniums and other spring flowers), arranged in 6 different pots as well as the rose bush climbing up the walls and the arch.
In addition to the plants and flowers, always present in the courtyards of houses in
Andalusia, there are other elements that help to place this scene in the typical courtyard, or
patio as it is known in the south of Spain. The most striking is definitely the Arabic-style
arch, evocative of the Alhambra in Granada or the Mosque in Cordoba. Another original
detail are the tiles, decorated following the traditional style of this region.
A piece full of details, a cat asleep on the bench, the flounces and polka dots of the girl’s dress, so characteristic of the south of Spain, not to mention the shawl with its three large roses (visible when looking through the window).