Spanish sculptor who created the famous work "Valle de los Caldos", a monument to Francisco Franco, former dictator of Spain.
At the age of six, he began studying drawing with Juan Carmona.
He sculpted "Bernardo de Galvez", a statue that commemorates the Spanish soldier Bernardo de Galvez and was placed in Washington D.C.
In 1937, he married Maria de la Soledad Carballo y Nunez. They had two sons, Juan and Luis.
In 1998, he carved a statue of Pope John Paul II.