Covering many of Guayasamin's oil paintings in the middle and late stages, as well as sculptures donated by the artist to the country, this is a majestic museum that overlooks the entire city on the mountain. The artists vividly expressed the power ravaged by oppression in their magnificent masterpieces. There may be a little Picasso derivative, but they are all based on Ecuadorian culture and history.
I have to mention the environment here. The green hills on my back make it really comfortable here, after all, the view is very broad. As a work showroom built on the former residence, it effectively combines traditional furniture with exquisite artworks. Many oily paintings are scattered on the corner of the wall or directly hung on the bookshelf. On the contrary, they don't look messy, but a natural feeling emerges spontaneously.