(1901 - 1976)
Emilio Amero was active/lived in New York, Oklahoma. Emilio Amero is known for figure, portrait, landscape, graphics.
Excerpts from: 45 Contemporary Mexican Artists, by Virginia Stewart, Published in 1951 by Stanford University Press
Born in the village of Ixtlahuaca, in the state of Mexico, Emilio Amero counts Spaniards and Otomi Indians among his ancestors. Shortly after his birth, the family moved to Mexico City, where Emilio attended grammar school, and in 1911, began his studies in art at the Academy of San Carlos. He also studied drawing privately with Antonio Gomez, a family friend and well-known newspaper artist.
In 1917 Amero started working for the newspaper Mexico Nuevo and in the following year again enrolled at the academy, where he became acquainted with Diaz de Leon, Riufino Tamayo, Ramon Alva de la Canal, Enrique U ... Displaying 750 of 2998 characters.