He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium and was a student of Rufino Tamayo during his stay in New York. He was an active member of the Mexican Plastic Hall, the Independent and Confrontation Hall 66.
Since 1969 he drew an approximate of sixteen books, defined as pictographic books. The first was One Hundred Years of Solitude, with one hundred sheets. Later they continued: The conquest of Mexico, Once upon a time, Brief history of a playful hand, The quartet of Alexandria, The erotic journey and Sancho listening to the reading of Don Quixote.
Source consulted: TIBOL, Raquel. "A marine codex of Francisco Icaza". Mexico. Process Magazine, Culture secti
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