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John Dubrow was born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1958. He attended Syracuse University, the Camberwell College of Arts in London, and the San Francisco Art Institute. His early influences include the Bay Area Figurative Movement, especially Richard Diebenkorn, David Park and Bruce McGaw, and the abstract expressionist Julius Hatofsky.
He has painted rooftops in New York City and Jerusalem, and portraits, including William Bailey and Mark Strand. While painting his portraits, the subjects are allowed to move and talk to him. Instead of a sketchbook, he uses an iPad, then completes his paintings in his studio in New York City.
- David Yezzi, An interview with John Dubrow, The New Criterion, December 2012
- Mario Naves, Dubrow Is Highbrow, The New York Observer, May 19, 2008
- Official website biography Archived 2012-11-14 at the Wayback Machine.
- Lori Bookstein Fine Art Archived 2014-08-20 at the Wayback Machine.
- James Panero, Gallery Chronicle, The New Criterion, May 2008
- Maureen Mullarkey, John Dubrow's Handsome Urban Motifs, The New York Sun, April 24, 2008
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