Abraham Valdelomar, the legendary Peruvian writer who Google praised
The prolific artist died at the age of 31 after an accident.
Google celebrated on Saturday with the 131 anniversary scribe born writer, photographer and founder of literary Peruvian magazines, Abraham Valdelomar.
He was born in Peru's small coastal city of Pisco and moved to the capital with his family at the age of five.
His first magazine was published while still in school.
In 1906 he worked on Illustrator's Applause and Whistle.
During his service in the Peruvian army, the conflict with Ecuador was reported to El Diario.
In 1913, he worked with the Embassy of Peru in Rome and wrote a column in a newspaper called The Chronicles of Rome.
Abraham Valdelomar (1988-1919).
He is a brilliant cartoonist who has written books, stories, articles and press articles, and he vividly remembers his Creole stories or his local stories in the beloved Pisco.
The most famous is El Caballero Carmelo, a tragic story of an old fight, first published in La Nación de Lima.
In 1916 Valdelomar founded Colónida Literary Magazine, which included his own work and a new wave of young literary talent in Peru, including the poet Jose Maria Igorin.
He died at the age of 31 after an accident in 1919.
Today, the legacy of Valdelomar lives through his extensive writings.
Abraham Valdelomar appears on the Sun 50 card.
His image also appears on the 50 Sol of Peru card, a certificate of his position as one of the country's most respected authors.
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