An Iconic photography. From left to right: Vicente Aleixandre, Luis Cernuda and Federico García Lorca (1927)
The three great Spanish poets, homosexuals, members of the generation of 27.
Vicente Aleixandre (April 26, 1898, Sevilla – December 13, 1984, Madrid), Aleixandre was a Nobel Prize laureate for Literature in 1977. He lived hiding his homosexuality from the end of civil war.
Luis Cernuda (September 21, 1902, Seville – November 5, 1963, Mexico City), lived openly as a homosexual, his poems are a vivid reflection of homoerotic desire. Died in exile
Federico García Lorca (June 5, 1898, Fuente Vaqueros, Granada – August, 19, 1936), lived openly as a homosexual. One of the most internationally known Spanish poets and a symbol of resistance against fascism, gross executed at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War