Two weeks ago I published a post (Two Guernicas) with two graffitis, copies of fragments of Guernica (Picasso), painted by Benassal 38 in Castelló. I ended the post with the sentence “Now I wonder if Benassal 38 painted more Guernicas around, because the Picasso’s painting is not complete with these two fragments”. Well, indeed Benassal 38 has worked hard, I’ve found two graffitis more 🙂
Here is the bull, in the first photo, which appears at the upper left corner in the original Guernica. In the second photo, below, a human leg, which is at the opposite lower right corner in the original.
And we had, in the photos of the first post, the horse (the central figure in the original) and the crying woman holding a dead child in her arms.
Picasso’s painting is large, 3.49 meters (11 ft 5 in) tall and 7.76 meters (25 ft 6 in) wide. If Benassal 38 has painted the complete Guernica in Castelló, there are more graffitis. Or he/she is in the process yet, I don’t know.
Anyway it’s always good to review the Guernica, likely the most known painting in history against war. Here a link to Wikipedia, to know more about this painting: Guernica (Picasso).