Enrique Sánchez is best known for mastering the technique of classic and modern landscape, and for capturing the light of the Valley of Mexico in a unique way. He inherited from his father, the plastic artist Vicente Sánchez Muñoz, a taste for painting so his childhood was spent in a workshop full of canvases, brushes and colors. He studied at the La Esmeralda School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving at the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA) in Mexico City. In the 1960s, he was a teacher of fine arts and continued to experiment with various techniques. His work has toured multiple stages, among which are the Universiteit van Amsterdam in the Netherlands; Universite Libre de Bruxelles, in Belgium; the Pan-American Society of New England in Boston, Massachusetts, the Coach Mortgage Company in Houston, Texas, among others. In the 70s, he traveled through Europe and upon returning to his country, he chose to paint the Valley of Mexico as one of the main themes of his works. He studied the landscape with firm discipline. With a strict realism and incomparable bill, it captures the living city, mountains and volcanoes of Mexico and the world. Contemporary landscapes with serene trees, litmus blue skies, proud clouds, with a positive energy, full of warmth and fortune are also one of her favorite subjects with deep skies where the shaded clouds seem to glide with the wind. Currently he continues his plastic production and his works are a collection of important private collections and have been part of Latin American art auctions on various occasions. His studio is located in Mexico City.