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1904 F. Luis Mora became an
Associate Member of the National Academy of Design. He was
elected a full member in 1906. He was the first Hispanic
member of the NAD. In
1907, he was chosen as a juror for the Academy's semi-annual art exhibition.
In the painting below, the artist is depicted standing with his hand on the
bench. This painting is currently exhibited in the Metropolitan
Museum of Art's American Wing.
F. Luis Mora
(1874–1940) , The National Academy Jury of 1907,
oil on canvas, 32 x 45 inches, collection The Metropolitan Museum of
of Miss Rosemary Mora (the artist's daughter), 1941 (41.58)
The paintings below are scanned from
exhibition notes. They are in the
collections of the National Academy of Design.
- Portrait of artist Lillian
Genth, 1910, 30 x 25 inches
- Portrait of artist John Taylor
Arms, 1930, 30 x 25 inches
- Portrait of artist Albert Lorey
Groll, 1906, 30 x 25 inches
- Self-portrait, 1905, 20 x 16