Carmelo Palomino Kayser

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Carmelo Palomino Kayser (February 8, 1952 – April 5, 2000) was a Spanish poet and painter.
Son of poet and graphic artist Rafael Palomino Gutierrez, and Kayser Isabel Segovia, was the third of four brothers, Rafael, Isabel and Chapel. In October 1969 he traveled to Valencia to study fine arts.

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