Angel Bracho does not have an image.
(Mexico City, 1911 – 2005, Mexico City)
Bracho became a member of LEAR (La Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios) in 1934. In 1936, he obtained a position as a drawing teacher for Las Misiones Culturales of the Ministry of Education. While he worked for the Ministry of Education, he produced a series of lithographs on the Huichol Indians, which were later published in a portfolio entitled El Rito de la Tribu Huichol. Bracho was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular. He served as Director in 1952-53, President in 1961-63, and his membership contined into the 1980s . In 1938, he worked in collaboration with another TGP member, Alfredo Zalce, on the mural painting entitled Las luchas sociales en el Estado de Puebla (Social Struggles in the State of Puebla) for the ceiling of the Instituto Normal de Puebla. He was trained as a painter and produced numerous easel and mural paintings.