Italian-born, French-language poet, author, and playwright from the surrealist motion. His best-known functions consist of Calligrammes (poems), Les Mamelles de Tiresias (play), and Les Epingles (tales). He was created Wilhelm Albert Wlodzimierz Apolinary Kostrowicki. During his teenage years, he shifted to France and transformed his name. He created the word surrealism, and his 1917 play The Chest of Tiresias was among the first functions within this genre. He was the boy of the Polish noblewoman; the identification of his dad remains a secret. He was an creative model and friend from the renowned painter Pablo Picasso.