Twentieth-century Ecuadorian designer of socially-themed lithographs, woodcuts, and paintings. He was the 1997 receiver of the exclusive Premio Eugenio Espejo. He qualified in the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Quito, Ecuador and later on studied in the San Francisco Artwork Institute. He offered as movie director of Quito’s Museo de Arte Colonial and in addition founded a Quito artwork venue known as the Caspicara Gallery. He was created in the town of Loja, Ecuador, and he later on relocated to Quito. He was a modern of fellow Ecuadorian designer Oswaldo Guayasamin.