“All my art is based in human conditions I found in Harlem and similar areas in New York. My work is the intermediary between a specific lifestyle and the public.” - Pablo Romero, 1976
Pablo Romero was born in 1954 in Puerto Rico. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Romero worked and exhibited throughout Puerto Rico and New York City. Romero began his artistic career in 1967. He taught himself printmaking techniques such as wood-cut printing, mono-printing and silkscreen printing. He also received tutoring from influential artists in Puerto Rico such as José Alicea, Francisco Cervoni and Luis Hernández Cruz.
Artist: Pablo Romero
Medium: mixed media
Dimensions: 44 7/8 x 30 ½ inches
Accession Number: H77.62
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