Emilio Sanchez (1921-1999) was born into one of Cuba’s most prominent families, much of his schooling was in the United States and in the 1940s studied at the Art Students League in New York. He traveled extensively throughout the world, often visiting his mother and stepfather in Mexico and returning to Cuba for extended stays, but by the early 1950s he had chosen New York City as his home.

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HOBOKEN WAREHOUSE • 1980'S • oil on canvas                     32 X 40 IN / 81.2 X 101 CM.

LOOKING WEST FROM MY STUDIO •1987• LITHOGRAPH ON PAPER  19 X 17.5  IN / 48.2  X 44.4 CM.

untitled {Mediterranean abstraction} • 1970'S •           OIL on CANVAS  40 X 37 IN / 101 X 94 CM.

 UNTITLED {VENTANITA} • 1980 • OIL ON MASONITE                  36 X 48 IN / 91.5 X 122 CM.             

CASITA VERDE Y BLANCA, • 1990'S • OIL oN CANVAS                48 X 48 IN / 122 X 122 CM.

Puerta arabe • 1970'S • watercolor and OIL ON paper         59.5 X 40 IN / 152 X 101.5 CM.

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untitled {the green door} • 1970's • watercolor on papert • 22 x 30 in / 76.2 x 177 CM

la bandera de cuba • 1980 • lithograph on paper • 15 x 23 in /  38 x 58.4 CM