Guillo Pérez (birth name Guillermo Pérez Chicon, August 3, 1923 – March 9, 2014) was a Dominican painter, who made more than seventy exhibitions in general, participating in international group exhibitions. He is considered one of the most prolific and important canvas artists of the Dominican Republic
During his early years, Guillo Perez made religious studies and studied music learning to play the violin. He headed to the School of Fine Arts in Santiago in 1950. In 1952 he was appointed professor and settled in Santo Domingo, until 1955 where he began a series of exhibitions, both individual and collective.
Pérez preferred oil on canvas, and used a spatula to achieve strong fillings. His style was based on abstract expressionism.
Working in a more structured style, ordering on the web recognizable symbols. Among his works issues such as colonial monuments, marinas, figures, landscapes, flowers, banana leaves and roosters; All Threads Wits (carts, oxen and hamlets) allow a contemplative and poetic visual impressive ambient brightness.Wikipedia,