Santiago Rusiñol  

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Santiago Rusiñol (February 25, 1861 - June 13, 1931) was a Spanish Catalan post-impressionist/Decadent painter, author, and playwright.

He was born in Barcelona in 1861, and died in Aranjuez in 1931 while painting its famous gardens.

He influenced Pablo Picasso as a modern artist, and also left a lot of modernist buildings in Sitges, a town in Catalonia very influenced by that artist.

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