"Many writings of great substance," says Florián de Ocampo, "only to find its foundation so back, certify very purposefully this is the first population of all of it (Spain), and even say that because of it the land and the region of those smashers Hispalia said first and then that name was spilled and added by the other provinces, until all of them, instead of being called Hispalia, corrupted the word and were named Hispania. "The same opinion holds with no refuted reasons Antonio de Nebrija and the text of Justino that reads: "hanc veteres ab Ibero amne primum Iberiam post ab Hispalo Hispaniam cognominavunt", confirms that the name of the river Hispal passed to the city (Hispalis) and from this one to the nation (Hispania)".

Snowy Chinchón Tower. 2001

Oil on wood. 59 x 18.5 in

Chinchón tower in summer. 2002

Oil on wood. 59 x 18.5 in

Chinchón Tower at sunset. 2002

Oil on wood. 59 x 18.5 in

El Espinero. 2003

Oil on wood. 35.4 x 23.6 in

Away from the sunset. 2002

Oil on wood. 16.9 x 11.8 in

Fig tree branch. 2003

Oil on wood. 19.6 x 12.2 in

In the Garden of Aranjuez. 2004

Oil on wood. 48 x 23 in

In the Prince's Garden. 2004

Oil on wood. 19 x 38 in

Yuste Monastery Courtyard.2014

Oil on canvas. 32 x 46 in

Rio del Monasterio de Piedra. 2001

Oil on canvas. 29/5 x 18 in

Stone Monastery Bridge. 2001

Oil on canvas. 25/5 x 18 in

In the Retiro park. 2004

Oil on canvas. 36 x 48 in

In the Park of Capricho.2005

Oil on canvas. 16 x 13 in

En el Jardín de Principe (Aranjuez)

Oleo sobre tabla preparada, 19 x 38 cm. 2004