Museo Camilo Egas
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Museo Camilo Egas information
Several blocks east of Plaza Grande, inside a beautifully restored colonial home, the Museo Camilo Egas houses a small but iconic collection of painter Camilo Egas’ work. Egas was Ecuador’s first indigenista (indigenous movement) painter, and his paintings of indigenous people – idealistic as they are – are stunning.