Enrique María Repullés

Enrique María Repullés, (30 October 1845 – 13 September 1922 in Madrid) was a Spanish architect.

Enrique María Repullés

He was a member of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando along with Narciso Pascual Colomer and Ricardo Velázquez Bosco.[1]

Work in MadridEdit

He was responsible for important buildings in Madrid, such as the neo-classical Madrid Stock Exchange and the neo-mudéjar Iglesia de Santa Cristina (near the Puerta del Ángel) (1904-6). He carried out work in the grounds of the Palacio Real at the Plaza de la Armería and the Campo del Moro.

Work outside MadridEdit

He also designed buildings in the provinces such as the Casa Consistorial of Valladolid (1892-1908) and the Basílica de Santa Teresa in Alba de Tormes, Province of Salamanca.


  1. ^ Preckler, Ana María (10 October 2003). Historia Del Arte Universal De Los Siglos XIX Y XX (in Spanish). Editorial Complutense. p. 189. ISBN 978-84-7491-706-2. Retrieved 12 September 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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