Coqui Ybarra wandered through the Italian countryside with her travel notebook and her box of watercolours, sketching the most singular elements of this stunning Tuscan landscape:
The geometry of the fields of wheat with the ears reaching up to the sky.
The multi-striped sacks being used to store the collected spices,
The wide-open spaces where remains can be found from the bourgeois Art Nouveau villas of the region,
The wild vegetation, with such an array of colours that only watercolour is able to replicate it.