This mural is in a room on the third floor of the Decorative Arts Museum, Madrid, Spain. The room has an egg tempera hand painted wallpaper from queen Isabelline period, which depicts hunting and rural scenes, on three of its walls. The fourth wall had a window which was taken out leaving a big gap in the scenes and a tree cut in half on either end. I was commissioned, by the museum to complete the scene. I painted directly on the wall with acrylics because the wall had already been coated with emulsion thus not allowing me to paint with egg tempera. I joined the scene leaving people and animals out, completing the trees and creating a landscape scene imitating the one in the wallpaper.
In the photograph of the detail, you can see a close up of where one of the trees is cut and the sketch in pencil, ready to be painted.