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Pal. Andorra

Pal. Andorra

Regular price $531.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $531.00 USD
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This captivating landscape at sunset immerses us in the intimate life of one of the main streets of Pal, one of the most dazzling Romanesque villages in Andorra.

The sky is clear, marking the transition to deep night. Delicate snowflakes have danced over the majestic mountains in the background and caressed the roofs of the houses.

With the lanterns shining their light and the Romanesque bell tower standing out in the distance, this visual masterpiece manages to convey the feeling of a cosy cold, typical of these ancestral villages during the winter. In this setting, it is as if the ancient stones, witnesses of countless moments, whisper in your ear their thousands of stories over the years.

The warm lights of the street lamps and the architectural harmony of the houses in this central part, where the historic bell tower stands, offer a comforting refuge from the impending cold night. Immerse yourself in this picture where beauty and history intertwine, creating a cosy corner that invites you to lose yourself in the silent narratives of Pal.

Features

Technique: Oil on Board
Measurements: 56 width x 46 height cm.
Year of creation: 2020

- Sold with frame

- Ready to hang

- Original artwork including a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist with his own fingerprint.

Shipping Policy

The studio is located in the Spanish province of Navarra. For shipments to Spain we work with Correos or MRV. For shipments within the European Union we work with Correos or Federal Express. For shipments outside the European Union we work with Federal Express.

The works are sent insured and the shipping and insurance costs of the works are paid by the client and are charged at cost price.
The delivery time and shipping costs will depend on your location. To Spanish destination the delivery time will be a maximum of one week in most cases. To European destination the shipping time will be less than two weeks in most cases. For intercontinental shipments we try that the client can receive the artwork in less than 20 days.

Shipping costs are calculated by the artist. They will vary according to the size and weight of the artwork, or depending on whether you live in Spain, Europe or a continent other than Europe.

International Shipping and Customs

If the shipping destination is outside the European Union, you may have to pay customs duties and/or import taxes for the artwork to be delivered. These fees are set by the country of destination of the artwork and are charged directly by the country's customs office. Be sure to check and comply with the customs regulations and tariffs applicable in your country. This applies to destinations located in the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla.

In most cases, the customs office or the carrier will contact you if there are any fees to be paid. We will also monitor your tracking so that we can assist you with customs formalities if necessary. In case of return, customs or import charges will not be refunded.

Return Policy

The Customer will have a maximum period of fourteen (14) calendar days from the delivery of the work to cancel the purchase. Once this period has elapsed, the return will not be possible.

The withdrawal will not be possible in those cases in which the work acquired through the Web Page had been created by the author according to the specifications of the Client or clearly personalized.

In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the work must be in the same condition in which it was delivered. To exercise the right of return, the Customer must send an email to the address Miquel@miquelcazanya.com, indicating the desire to return the work.
The refund will not be made prior to verifying the receipt and condition of the work. The artist reserves the right not to reimburse if the returned artwork is not in the same condition as the one delivered to the Customer.

In case of cancellation, the Client will be responsible for the cost of returning the work. In case of return from the Canary Islands, Ceuta, Melilla or other destinations with customs control, will be additionally charged to the customer the costs of customs clearance and local taxes, if any.

Return of defective artwork

In the unlikely event that your artwork arrives damaged, the artist will work with you to fix it, although you must notify the artist within fourteen (14) calendar days from the delivery of the artwork, by email to mc@miquelcazanya.com.

Since most of the artworks are sent framed, in the unlikely event that the artwork arrives damaged, it will most likely be in the frame. In such a case the artist agrees to pay for a frame of the same value as the one delivered with the artwork.

If you decide to return the damaged artwork, the same return policy will apply but in this case the artist will also reimburse you for the original shipping costs.
Upon notification, the artist will provide you with instructions on how to return the artwork, at the artist's expense.

The existence of slight differences between the appreciation of the artwork online and the artwork purchased, especially regarding the colors of the artwork, will not be cause for return of the artwork. However, in such cases, the right to return the artwork is not affected.
Damage attributable to the Customer as a result of improper use or conservation of the work: exposure to very intense light, liquid substances, etc., may not be considered as defects in origin.

Reimbursement of the price of the work

In the event of exercise of the right of withdrawal, the Customer shall be entitled to a refund of the price of the work, plus ordinary shipping costs (additional costs corresponding to the selection of a shipping method other than ordinary shipping, such as express shipping, will not be refunded), provided that the returned work is in the same condition in which it was delivered.

Enquiry

For any other questions, please contact at the following e-mail address:
mc@miquelcazanya.com

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  • Rafael Polonio

    I have commissioned to Miquel some paintings. His exhibitions are getting better and better, are gaining in quality, in light. Whatever the discipline he proposes, although what I admire most is the realism and the life he breathes into them, without a doubt his personal touch. In my opinion he makes the difficult easy. Undoubtedly he is an ARS ARTIS to follow closely.

  • Imma Bello

    We met Miquel Cazaña in 2013. We were immediately struck by the luminosity of his work. His treatment of light seems to catch the moment. On the other hand, the intense colour of his painting invades the space in which it is exhibited. Thank you Miquel for filling our house with light.

  • Rosa Maria Bachs

    I admire in his work, the psychological capture of different environments and characters, the perspective of the colour, the preciousness of the detail, the light and the freshness of the brushstroke.

  • A narrative that makes it more symbolic and emotive

    Miquel shows his creativity and imagination. He is not an artist who is satisfied with just painting what he sees; He graduated as an illustrator from the prestigious Massana School in Barcelona with honors. For him, images are created to narrate something to us, working on the image as a whole but consciously studying what each element of the painting has to express to us in order to produce a certain emotion.

  • The magical atmosphere of every place

    Few artists manage to represent the foundations or the atmosphere of something with grace and conviction. When Miquel decides to paint a motif, it is because he has set out to represent the spirit of it. The core or soul, the main and profound features that make the thing unique.

  • Technical perfection

    Miquel Cazaña uses oil painting with mastery in the figurative and landscape collection paintings. Grandson of the great landscape painter Carmen Gandía (Barcelona 1923-Olot 2001), in Miquel's case, the mixture of a formidable basic hand with the baggage that comes from having started very young and having been painting for half a lifetime is noticeable.