THE man who painted Spain’s biggest vertical mural has turned his hand to an Estepona wall.
A gardener tending to a bougainvillea is the subject of a new mural which covers a staggering 300m2 spanning the four facades of a school building.
It is the first time Estepona’s mural route has included a painting covering all four sides of an entire building.
Jaen painter Jose Fernandez Ros is completing the work which covers a primary school and nursery.
Work started two weeks ago and it is set to be completed soon, becoming the 24th piece in Estepona’s mural route.
Fernandez Rios has already created two Town Hall-promoted pieces of art, one of a fisherman and another of a girl watering flowers.
The first, titled ´Dia de Pesca’ (fishing day), was the biggest vertical mural in Spain, spanning 1,000m2.
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