Last week visiting Mallorca I went to see the Cathedral La Seu, a very impressive building that dates back to 1229, but finished in 1601. I wanted to see it because Antoni Gaudí was involved in its restauration in 1904-1914 and I am quite fascinated by his work.
Sadly, I did not manage to any take good photos of El Baldaquino ... but I did take several other photos inside the cathedral.
These are from the Capilla del Santísimo Sacramento reformed by the comtemporary painter and sculptor Miquel Barceló.
It was inaugurated in 2007 and illustrates the miracle of the loaves and the bread.
I did not really know anything about this artist or had seen his work anywhere, but I really liked the cave-like expression and soft shadows on the walls. Not at all something I expected to find in a catholic church.
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