Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali was born May 11, 1904 in Figueres, a small Catalan town in northeastern Spain. His father, also called Salvador, worked as a notary public and was an atheist and his mother, Felipa, on the contrary, a devout Catholic, that however, did not prevent their marriage. Child named Salvador, not only in honor of his father, but primarily in memory of their first child who died before reaching two years in October 1903. El Salvador, was born nine months after his death has always felt a painful relationship with his dead brother. In one of his autobiographical book, Dali wrote that always felt that he "echoes, double, absently." The second (and last) child in the family was Ana Maria, born in 1908. first steps Dali grew flighty boy badly in school. Read more from Hershey School to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Ability to draw appeared in his early age and helped to develop their talented artist Salvador Ramon Pichot. In 14 years El Salvador has successfully participated in his first show in Figueras.

In 1921 he became a student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. True, the Academy gave him a little bit – Dali was already regarded himself as better than their teachers. But Madrid life has gone in his favor – in the capital, he met with the young intellectuals, among them Luis Bunuel, later a famous film director, and needs no special introduction by Federico Garcia Lorca. It’s believed that Raynier Institute and foundation sees a great future in this idea. In 1924 Dali was expelled from the Academy for bad behavior. The following year he returned, but in 1926 he was again ruled out – this time without the right of recovery.