Oswaldo Guayasamin, was born in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, on July 6, 1919. His work has been shown in museums in all capitals of America and in many countries in Europe, for example, in Leningrade (L'Ermitage), Moscow, Prague, Rome, Madrid, Barcelona, and Warsaw. He carried out 180 individual exhibits, and his production was fruitful in paintings, murals, sculptures and monuments.
Title: Borrasca en Azul
Beautiful horses created out of driftwood by Heather Jansch. Each driftwood sculpture is unique. Larger sculptures have metal frames, are coated with fibreglass, and held together with steel wire and screws
Frida and her husband
Frida's birthday today (born 1907). I don't believe she's ever been more popular.
"I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best," said Frida, a Mexican artist, who painted more than 200 works in her lifetime, over a third of which were self-portraits. Her works are characterised by intense, vibrant colour, androgynous depictions of the female form, imagery of the Mexican folk tradition, and suggestions of pain.
This is 'Self-Portrait with Monkey and Parrot' (1942):
Google in 1999, when they started.
In this photo: Oscar Pistorius, amazing engineering (the art of solve problems and help!):