Kept in mind for his vividly-colored, dreamlike pictures of stuff, this Venezuelan painter and sculptor was the 1951 recipient of his country’s Country wide Prize for Painting as well as the 1975 winner from the Country wide Prize for Plastic Arts. He started sketching during his child years years and later on earned a scholarship or grant towards the Caracas College of Good and Applied Arts. Through the 1950s and early 1960s, he resided and worked well in Paris, France. Given birth to to Ramon Guerrero and Georgina Abreu in Turmero, Venezuela, he spent some of his child years in the treatment of Amelia Borges, who offered as his godmother. He was a modern of fellow Venezuelan designer Carlos Cruz-Diez.