Garcia Galindo was a slumlord in Murcia, Spain who worked for Diego de Burgos during the 15th century.
In 1489, Diego de Burgos gave Garcia a painting part of a set belonging to Leonardo da Vinci. The set originally belonged to the Spanish Thieves' Guild and was gambled away by their business associate Jaime Del Rada to Diego.
Garcia kept painting hidden in his stash house in the city, installing various traps to protect it. However, the Spanish Brotherhood of Assassins managed to infiltrate the estate and reclaim the painting for the thieves.
- Assassin's Creed: Rebellion (mentioned only)