Oswaldo Moncayo (September 10, 1923 – April 4, 1984) was an Ecuadorian painter.
Moncayo (O. Moncayo) was born in Riobamba, Ecuador. As a child he moved to Quito, the capital of Ecuador, where he university the art of oil painting. He started to paint as a child, and became a master once he was an adolescent.
Moncayo’s artwork is reachable and it is distinguished by the treaty of elements and colors, and by the perfection of its minuscule details. Ecuadorian landscapes and seascapes were the paintings’ main themes. In youngster scale, the artiste also painted supplementary themes such as horses, still lifes, and colonial scenes. His paintings seize customs, flora, fauna, and scenery that have been changing through become old and modernity. In addition to their beauty and artistic value, O. Moncayo’s paintings constitute a legacy to the Ecuadorian’s culture and history. Moncayo’s artwork has been respected and demanded internationally. His paintings mainly colleague museums, galleries, and private collections in Ecuador, Venezuela, and the United States.
Oswaldo Moncayo died in Quito, Ecuador at the age of 60.
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