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Alejandro Xul Solar

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Alejandro Xul Solar

Alejandro Xul Solar was an Argentine artist, composer, and author of the early 20th century. He was born in Buenos Aires in 1887 and died in Buenos Aires in 1963. Xul Solar is noted for his painting, drawing and musical compositions. His artwork was highly influential on the development of modern art in Argentina, being a key figure in the avant-garde movement that emerged in the 1920s. Xul Solar's paintings are strongly characterized by their surrealist element, as well as their abstract qualities. Notable works by Xul Solar include El Espectro, El Número y la Danza, La Ultima Cena, and El Mesías. He also wrote several musical compositions, including Paisaje Cósmico and Sonata-Fantasia. Xul Solar was also noted for his interest in Esoteric studies, this interest being reflected in his artwork.

Argentine, Art, Avant-Garde, Surrealism, Esoteric

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