Granda has finished the tympanums of the five entrance doors of the San Romualdo parish in Madrid.
It consists of five reliefs in steel plate and polychrome resin representing the Pantocrator. Around it is the tetramorph, the representation of the four evangelists.
The Pantocrator (all power) is one of the basic images of the Romanesque world. It is Christ at the Last Judgment, as it appears in the Apocalypse. With beard and cruciferous nimbus, with his right hand he blesses while the left hand holds a book where our lives are written.
This new ornamentation of the entrance doors of the San Romualdo parish corresponds to the desire of the parish priest to provide the entire church with the relevant symbolism, as a fundamental figurative instrument through which Christian worship is manifested.
From a symbolic point of view, the door has always had a religious meaning, marking the boundary between the space of man and the space of God. The door, in the Christian tradition, includes cosmological, biblical, ecclesiological, eschatological and liturgical themes, unified by the Christological common denominator, because the door is, above all, an icon of Christ, He being the true door of the sheepfold.