1915 photo of Angel Zarraga with Diego Rivera
Angel Zarraga (1886-1946) was an internationally known Mexican painter, who studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. His work was influenced by Cézanne and Giotto. In 1911 he moved to France and returned once at the outbreak of World War I for a short time. During World War II he returned to his home country, where he painted murals at the Club de Banqueros and at the of the Catedral de Monterrey. He died of pneumonia in 1946.