Aymon de Roussy de Sales, American (???? - 200?)<br/><br/>Aymon de Roussy de Sales was born in New York City. He went to school at Allen Stevenson and Choat. He was a major character in the best selling book Chocolates For Breakfast (1955) by Pamela Moore. In 1956 he studied in the South of France with the Albanian abstractionist painter, Chatine Charatsi. After living in London and Kenya with his first wife, Pat Cavindish, daughter of Lady Kenmare, he traveled to Mexico where he came in contact with the beat poet Phillip Lamantia in 1961 and drew inspiration from the ceremonies of the Yaqui and Mayan Indians.<br/>He lived in the south of Spain from 1962 – 1967 where he introduced “Happenings” at the Bar Central in Torremolinos and helped create a movie, “Torremolinos.” He had several art exhibitions in Marbella and Madrid, married Isabel Equidazu and had two daughters, Chantal and Monica de Sales.