General view of the Hall
Bullfighting, pilgrimages and rituals.
It is the biggest mural of the pictorial suite. It is dedicated to different festive expressions of the regions of Castellón, as the Sanantonà of Forcall, the warrior dance of Todolella, the entry of bulls and horses of Segorbe, the pilgrims of the Useras, etc.. On the top, there are some portraits of glorious characters of the provincial history.
Tombatossals and The primary Sector
The third mural has got on the top the patron saint of the capital of the province, the Mother of God of the Lledó. On the inferior panel, there is a reference to the local mythologie of Castellón, in the powerful figures of Tombatossals and Arrancapins.
The primary sector: the painter focuses on three labour activities as the collected of the oranges, the fishing which takes up the middle of the painting and the rainfed agriculture.
The horrors of war.
It presentes an allegory of the War of Independence and, at the same time, the herosim outburst.
Characters, practices and folklores
This mural presents a rectangular body with a scene of horse pulling. There are some portraits of illustrious people from Castellón related with music and a barroque profile of the gable of the church of Alcalà de Xivert.
The origin of the peoples
It is a lunette that shows the apse of the church of Burriana, and the main house of Alquerías, first and last village established.
Exorcism, devil matters and devotions.
It shows a fictional combination of fetishism and dreamlike fables related to the Santuary of the Balma, the Saint Joseph caves of the Vall d’Uixó and the chapel of San Sebastián of Vinaròs.
Lands of popes, kings and saints.
This mural has got some clear social involvements and the preterite chronicle related to the localities of San Mateo and Peñíscola.
Monastery, sea and fire
It is the first mural next the entry of the Palace of the Provincial Council by the side of the square of Las Aulas, in the left side, evokes the witchcraft of the solstice of the night of Saint John and, at the same time, the monastic spirituality.
Traditions, knowledge and development
The UJI (University Jaume I), with the cave paintings and other elements related with the development of the province have the leading role in this mural.