This landscape of the Spanish village of Maneru (province of Soria in Castilla y León) perfectly illustrates the Spanish style of the artist who builds her landscape paintings with visible brushstrokes from a palette mostly composed of warm colours: yellow and earthy ochre soils illuminated by the sun, mountains with glowing flanks.

The houses of Maneru, with its church in the background, are set between hills of bright yellow in the foreground and a less bright warm red in the background. A cloudy sky of blue and white tinged with pink rolls across the upper background of the work.

Staged with successive planes of colour, this landscape is a real pleasure for the eye, which wanders through the different variations of the ground.

Just a few horses, barely suggested, animate the landscape and give it all its grandeur.