I visited on a Sunday when entrance is free. Unfortunately no English tours were available and one cannot tour the house alone, so I joined a Spanish group. The house is lovely but they do not give you time to linger. A security guard follows the group to make sure you stay on track. It's a lovely house with interesting artifacts and art. I also found the video of Guayasamin painting a portrait fascinating in how he captured the essence of the person in a few brushstrokes, similar to Picasso's sketches. There is also a store with postcards (no stamps) and clothing, jewelry and posters with his artwork. The Capilla del Hombre is next door.
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