Tiny Sample of New York City Oil Paintings Circa 1990-2001
by Jorge Perez-Rubio

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"Upper East Side of Manhattan seen from the 59th Street Bridge"
24"x36", oil on canvas, 2000 (*)

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"Spring and Lafayette: Can you bring it back to ninety-five, NINETY-FIVE!(with mouse pointer)" , 30"x 42"
oil on canvas, 2001

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"Spring and Lafayette II: Can you bring it back to ninety-five, NINETY-FIVE!" " , 30"x 42"
oil on canvas, 2001

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"Between Bleeker and Astor Place", 16"X30"
oil on canvas, 2001 (*)

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"Central Park, Sheep's Meadow: Where the Good Times Are.", 23"X42"
oil on canvas, 2001 (*)

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"This Image Has Been Removed Your Cleaning?"
42"x 30", oil on canvas, 2001
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Born to Cuban Pprents in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jorge Perez-Rubio was a painter living in New York City in the 1990's - sometimes in El Barrio, yes, these paintings come from drawings, sketches, and site visits throughout The City. Landscape or pictures of other city locations are also available upon written request. TYVM.

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