Surrealist designer known for such functions as his painting The Persistence of Memory space, which depicts a melting clock and additional dreamlike pictures. His eccentric and flamboyant appearance included a mustache that was influenced by Diego Velazquez, the 17th hundred years Spanish painter. He was students at the true Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando after shifting to Madrid in 1922. He was expelled in 1926, the same 12 months he colored The Container of Bread, that was remarkable because of its stark realism. He was known mainly as a visible designer, but he also delved in to the film globe, co-creating a brief, surrealist cinematic function called El Chien Andalou with Luis Bunuel in 1929. He was told by his parents when he was five years of age that he was the reincarnation of his deceased older brother, and he retained this belief throughout his life. He married the Russian-born Elena Ivanovna Diakonova, also called Gala, in 1934. She was the muse for and subject of his sculpture, Gala in the Window, from 1933. He caused famous film director Alfred Hitchcock to make a psychoanalytically driven dream sequence in Hitchcock’s film Spellbound from 1945.