Antoni Gaudí. Early Years. Rheumatoid arthritis contributed to a solitary nature Early love of nature Attended the Collegi de les Escoles Píes de Reus Architecture student at the Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura . Interests.
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Gaudí was an ardent Catholic and a fervent Catalan nationalist.
In his later years, he abandoned secular work and devoted his life to Catholicism.
In the early twentieth century, Gaudí's closest family and friends began to die; his works slowed to a halt; and his attitude changed. The construction of La Sagrada Família slowed; the construction of La Colonia Güell ceased altogether.
He became reluctant to talk with reporters and solely concentrated on his masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia.
In 1926, Antoni Gaudí was run over by a tram.
He was buried in the midst of his unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Família.