Tag Archives: Maria Keil

  • Lisbon Tiles

    Lisbon Subway Tiles: 4 of 4 – Linha Verde

    This is part IV of a post about a self-guided tour of the Lisbon metro that I took in June 2016, hunting down metro stations with tiles by Maria Keil. Read more here. The Green Line really is the Maria Keil motherlode, running: Rossio, Martim Moniz, Intendente, Anjos, Alameda, Roma and Alvadade: I have heard that some …

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  • Lisbon

    Lisbon Subway tiles: 3 of 4 – Linha Amarela

    This is part III of a post about to a self-guided tour of the Lisbon metro that I took in June 2016, hunting down metro stations with tiles by Maria Keil. Read more here. The YELLOW LINE on the Lisbon subway has tiles by Maria Keil at Picoas, Campo Pequino and Entre Campos. For more Lisbon Subway …

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  • Parque

    Lisbon Subway tiles: 2 of 4 – Linha Azul

    Part II of a post related to a self-guided tour of the Lisbon metro that I took in June 2016, hunting down metro stations with tiles by Maria Keil. Read more here. The BLUE LINE starts with Santa Apolonia (which you’ll recognise from the Maria Keil portrait at the start of this post), running up to Avenida, and ending with …

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  • Maria Keil Tiles Lisbon Subway

    Lisbon Subway tiles: 1 of 4

    While in Lisbon in June, I spent one hot, hot day doing something very, very cool: I spent the entire day underground, zooming around the metro system, looking for tiles by Maria Keil. I’ve written about this artist before on this blog, and this subterranean pilgrimage was something firmly on my Lisbon agenda, even though …

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  • Book

    Azulejo

    In June, my bloke showed three of his works at a big exhibition at the Gulbenkian Institute in Lisbon. He’s been working on a large tile project himself, for Spier Architectural Arts, and is  really into pattern (we make quite a team, don’t we?), so was naturally blown away by tile and pattern riches he …

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