Federico Garcia Lorca in Granada, 1919, aged 21. (Photo: Rogelio Robles. All photos: Garcia Lorca Foundation)
Lorca is second from left in this shot of the touring student theatre company La Barraca, in 1933.
Lorca was a close friend of fellow influential artist Salvador Dali (left), here on holiday in Cadaques in the summer of 1927.
Among Lorca's other artistic friends was film maker Luis Bunuel (right), who emigrated after the Spanish Civil War.
Lorca (second left) was among the poets of the so-called Generation of 27, who took part in a year-long homage to 16th Century Spanish poet Luis de Gongora.
Lorca (left) with family and friends at the Generalife gardens at the Alhambra in Granada, 1924.
Lorca's highly acclaimed play Yerma opened in Madrid in December 1934. The tragedy tells the story of a childless woman in rural Spain.
Lorca's family lived in Granada and his poetry and plays are full of references to the region. He is pictured here with his nephew and niece in 1935.
He had two younger sisters - Isabel (seated on his lap) and Concha - and a younger brother, Francisco.
He returned to Granada when war broke out. The poet was executed by Falange militia on 19 August, 1936.