Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, o Lampião,Captain" Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, better known as Lampião (more archaic spelling 'Lampeão', Portuguese pronunciation: [lɐ̃piˈɐ̃w], meaning "lantern" or "oil lamp"), was the most famous bandit leader of the Cangaço. Cangaço was a form of banditry endemic to the Brazilian Northeast in the 1920s and 1930s. Lampião's exploits turned him into a 'folk hero', the Brazilian equivalent of Jesse James.
Robert Brady Museum in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Originally from Ft. Dodge, Iowa (Yes! Iowa!), he traveled the world, collected thousands of art pieces, and kept it all in a beautiful Mexicana casa. Truly beautiful and inspiring ... a girl can only dream.