In 1949 he made his first solo exhibition at the Gallery Argos in Barcelona, ​​which was introduced by the critic Fernando Gutiérrez. He shows his oil paintings of models and some of his work from Mallorca and Ibiza, with a very good reception from both critics and visitors.

In 1952, Palet illustrates with etchings and original drawings the Combat of the dream, book of poems of Josep Janés, of which 200 copies are edited. He also illustrates and decorated manuscripts of the poet Ramon Tor with and works constantly in this cultural space that, although being small, has the virtue of being a safe space for Palet to express himself as an artist.

It also collaborates in a cultural events related to the arts. In 1951, he paints murals done for the Centennial of the Railroad Pavilion and, in 1954, he is part of the organizing committee of the exhibition in tribute to Marian Vayreda.

In 1952 the poet Josep Palau i Fabre, who now lives in Paris, commissions him to do the cover of the first edition of his book, Poems of the Alchemist.

In the early 1950s, Palet continues to be a sought after easel painter, especially doing live portraits. Despite his success as portraitist, he never took a liking to the job and eventually abandoned it, even if it was well paid.

In the early 1950s, Palet continues to be a sought after easel painter, especially doing live portraits. Despite his success as portraitist, he never took a liking to the job and eventually abandoned it, even if it was well paid.

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