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Q: Artist J.Roybal,original works marketed by "Art Liquidators" ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Artist J.Roybal,original works marketed by "Art Liquidators"
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Visual Arts
Asked by: kathib-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 08 Apr 2006 16:26 PDT
Expires: 08 May 2006 16:26 PDT
Question ID: 716884
The J.Roybal I am referring to is marketed through "Art
Liquidators".The work is current. I suspect this person paints under
this name only.I owne several paintings purchased in the late 1980s
all original oils, and assume that his(her,?) style and subject
content is borrowed from G.Rodo Boulanger, the Bolivian artist.Please
solve the mystery of this talented contemporary artisit's real
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Artist J.Roybal,original works marketed by "Art Liquidators"
From: scriptor-ga on 09 Apr 2006 09:49 PDT
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Subject: Re: Artist J.Roybal,original works marketed by "Art Liquidators"
From: dheadley-ga on 13 Apr 2006 07:04 PDT

J Roybal is a multitalented artist who has been highly influenced by
The work of Boulanger. His style of color and balance of characters in
his paintings reflects a wide range of styles, ranging from musical
statements of children learning to play instruments, to sports,
involving children at play with polo and football, allowing his
audience to capture a pure moment of innocence and celebration of
being a child. His main theme
throughout his work underlines the essence of music and play, and the
role it has throughout many of life's many encounters. At times his
work is very textured giving it an old world feeling with a
contemporary theme, while at other times his use of color is very
graphic, going from muted tones to very bright and bold. Some refer to
his images as "Puffy People".
I found this bio from Steve Engel at

Roybal began painting at the age of 18 and continued throughout his
life in Italy, painting children at play in many of the towns and
villages that he frequented. "Coming to the United States was quite
and experience"
quotes Roybal, " Many of the towns and villages in Europe are quite
different from the city scapes in the United States and the backdrop
of the children at play has changed quite significantly." Roybal
currently resides in
upstate New York where he continues his work surrounded by his three
children and wife of 25 years. Roybal's paintings may be found in fine
galleries throughout the United States and Europe as well as South
America. "

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