Brown and sepia brown toned image of a face with pink cheeks. Print is edition of 37 of 175. Print is signed by the artist in the bottom right corner. Print is framed in a black metal frame.
Oswaldo Guayasamín was an Ecuadorian master painter and sculptor of Quechua and Mestizo heritage. Guayasamín started painting from the time he was six years old. He loved to draw from that age. Starting from watercolors and transforming all the way through to his signature humanity pieces, his art career had many highlights. Although tragedy molded Guayasamín's work, it was his friend's death that inspired him to paint powerful symbols of truth in society and injustices around him. While his interest was seldom with his school work, he began selling his art before the time that he could even read. After his attendance at the School of Fine Arts in Quito, his career took off.
H 18.5 in. x W 25.5 in. x D 1 in.