Joaquin Peinado moved to Paris in 1923, joining the group of Spanish painters that included Manuel Ángeles Ortiz, Hernando Viñes, Francisco Bores, Pancho Cossío and Picasso, with whom he had a special friendship.
He did not lose contact with Spain, keeping his friendship with García Lorca and participating in the legendary 1st exhibition of the Iberian Artists Society in 1925, as well as doing illustrations for magazines such as Litoral, Gallo and La Gaceta Literaria.
He also moved in film and theatrical circles, participating in Un Chien Andalou (1929) and L´Age d´Or (1930) by Buñuel, as well as the performance of Falla´s El Retablo de Maese Pedro in Amst
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