| Born February 26, 1915 in Guadalahara, Jalisco, the son of Jose Anguiano, a shoe manufacturer. His interest in drawing was apparent from earliest childhood.
1930-1934: studied painting in the Independent School of Painting, Guadalajara. 1934: came to Mexico City where he studied fresco painting and decorated several public buildings, 1936-37.
1938: joined T.G.P. and began to make lithographs. The same year, he was commissioned by the Ministry of Public Education to prepare two shows for exhibition in Cuba: Modern Mexican Painting and Distribution of Land in La Laguna (models, photographs and graphs).
Below right: Head of a Mexican woman, 1939.1940-1941: traveled to Cuba and New York, where he studied for three months at the Art Students' League. Anguiano married Agueda Fernandez, a Spanish writer. They have one daughter.
Solo Exhibitions (in Mexico):
1935 - Palace of Fine Arts
1937 - L.E.A.R. Gallery
1941 - Espiral Gallery
1943, 1945, 1948 - The Gallery of Mexican Art, Mexico City
Publications: Popular Proverbs, a portfolio of 6 lithographs, 1939 (published by T.G.P. and Estampa Mexicana); monograph, 1948. text by Justino Fernández (Coleccion Anahuac de Arte Meicano, publisher).