Well known for his satirical prints and engravings, this past due 19th-century Mexican artist is most beneficial known for a string featuring images of calaveras (the skulls typically from the Day from the Deceased). When he was still in his teenagers, he was employed being a politics cartoonist for the newspaper called Un Jicote. In the past due 1880s, he transferred to Mexico Town and worked for the publication entitled La Patria Ilustrada. A indigenous of Aguascalientes, Mexico, he was raised with a mature brother called Cirilo. He afterwards resolved in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico along with his wife, Maria de Jesus Vela. His function inspired that of his acquaintance and fellow Mexican musician Jose Orozco (Jose Clemente Orozco).