It can be found at Rua de Sao Tome (St Tome street) in Alfama.
It pays homage to the great Portuguese fado singer - Amalia Rodrigues, but also the cobblestone pavers who are the artists of Lisbon's beautiful basalt and limestone pavements.
Other murals I found in Lisbon of Fado singer Amalia Rodrigues:
The above mural, near Avenida da Liberdade in a little lane called "Travessa de Santo Antao", was painted by Mr Dheo and Mosaik, and was created in 2009, 10 years after her death.
This drop-cloth painting of Amalia hangs from the facade of the "Fado Museum", installed in what used to be the singer's home, at Rua Sao Bento 193.
Hope you've enjoyed all 3 murals. If you would like to see other murals from around the world please click on this link.