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(Uruapan, Michoacán, México, 1922 - 2002)
Moved to Morelia in 1935.
Moved to México, D.F. in 1941.
In 1941, Mora arrived in Mexico City, where he received a sholarship to study at the Escuela de Pintura y Escultura "La Esmeralda". This same year he became a member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular and was a part of the group until 1965. During those years he participated in group exhibitions and created graphics for walls and portfolios. In additon to his mural work, Mora produced illustrations for books, magazines, and newspapers. He also made posters for trade unions. In 1945, Mora was commissioned by Associated American Artists to do a series of lithographs on the lives of the Mexican people. He responded by producing a group of linocuts on the lives of miners in Pachuca, Hidalgo, In 1949, Mora became a drawing and painting teacher for the Ministry of Education.