Andrés Eloy Blanco Meaño (Cumaná, Sucre state, Venezuela, 6 August 1897 – Mexico City, Mexico, 21 May 1955) was an important Venezuelan poet, politician, member of the Generación del 28, and one of the founders of Acción Democrática (AD).
Blanco´s family settled on (Margarita Island, Nueva Esparta State) where he lived part of his childhood. Until he moved to Caracas to attend classes at Universidad Central de Venezuela.
He earned his first award in 1918 by writing the pastoral poem Canto a la Espiga y al Arado, and released his first drama play, El Huerto de la Epopeya. That year he was put in jail by protesting against the government.
In 1923 got his first prize at the Juegos Florales (Floral Games) in Santander, Cantabria, Spain with the poem Canto a España (A Song to Spain). He traveled to Spain to receive the reward and stayed there for more than a year.
Several Venezuelan municipalities are named in his honor.