I am interested to know about situation when ALL adjectives are placed only after noun which they modify.
There is a sentence in this thread from SpanishDict https://www.spanishdict.com/answers/249899/question-regarding-a-sentence-with-two-adjectives-and-a-single-noun:
Me gustó la comida hindú picante. = I liked the spicy Indian food.
Questions: 1) When should "Y" be used to separate adjectives? My guess - when adjectives are of same group/importance (example - "A big, beautiful, red flower." = "Una flor grande, bonita y roja.")
2) When several adjectives may be not separated by comma or "Y"? My guess - when they do not belong to the same category of adjectives describing noun visually (like in "spicy Indian food" example and UNlike in "flower" example above)
From other thread Adjectives order when two or more adjectives modify one noun I have been given several examples, but there is one adjective before noun, so not sure if can be changed to the following:
"un famoso cantante africano albino" -> "un cantante africano albino" ??
"los elaborados vestidos femeninos antiguos" -> "los vestidos femeninos antiguos" ??
"terribles erupciones volcánicas masivas" -> "erupciones volcánicas masivas" ??