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Lola Mora

Lola Mora (17 November 1866 7 June 1936) was a sculptor, born in a farm in the , though generally considered native to Trancas, province of Tucuman, where she was recorded and baptized. She is known today as a rebel and a pioneer of women in her artistic field. Her real name was Dolores Mora Vega.

Lola Mora was the daughter of Romualdo Alejandro Mora, a prosperous landowner of Tucuman. She was also a goddaughter of Nicolas Avellaneda and a protege of Julio Argentino Roca.

Although it is not commonly known, Lola Mora obtained various patents. One included a system to project films without a screen (using a column of vapor), as well as systems for mining.

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