2. Papeles de Son Armadans: Cela the Painter
"Papeles de Son Armadans" is a magazine that Camilo José Cela created in Majorca in 1956. It was a go-to international reference for Spanish literature of the period, and included contributions from intellectuals in exile for the first time since the Spanish Civil War. Cela contributed as a painter, having combined his writing with graphic art from the very beginning of his career.


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Camilo José Cela
  • Date Created: 1946
  • Location: Almonacid de Zorita, Guadalajara, Spain
  • Physical Dimensions: 46 cm x 33,5 cm.
  • Type: Paint
  • Medium: Técnica mixta sobre papel

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