Bernard Dufour, French Artist, bn. 1922, Oil on Canvas BoardBernard Dufour, French Artist, bn. 1922, Oil on Canvas Board
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ROY M STEINBERG 

    

ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ~ REALISM
ROY STEINBERG
Artist ~ Educator ~ Talk Show Host 
  
 
 


Roy M. Steinberg received his BA degree in Fine Arts from the University of Florida in Gainsville. For six years,he continued his studies at the Art Student’s League in New York City and is a Life Member of the League.      
     Best known for his abstract expressionism and representational artistic form, Roy has made major contributions through his work, instruction, lectures and workshops to the contemporary art movement in America.
    His exhibits have been well received over the years in New Jersey and New York City, which include the Wrans Gallery and Celedon Gallery in SoHo. His paintings are hosted in the Mellon Collection, The Atlantic County Museum, C.P.I. Corporation, and Beaux Arts Gallery in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.   
     Roy founded the sketch class at Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge,N.J. where he established and taught figure drawing classes.  He has been a member of the Westfield Art Association where he has held workshops, lectured and demonstrated technique and form. He is a member of several Art Associations including Clark and Fanwood in New Jersey and has conducted workshops in Livingston. 
     In 1999-2000 Roy co-hosted FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS on WPBR,which aired from West Palm Beach, Fla. with writer Linda Toborowsky. The show included interviews with guests throughout the United States.
        Roy is a member and an instructor at the Edison Arts Society. He and his wife, Gail reside in New Jersey.
"He as a very nice older gentleman who seemed very happy to talk about the painting  Turns out he painted it in New York sometime around 1960-64, as paint over primed masonite was his style at the time. He said that in some ways, it was more like sculpting than painting. Back in the early '60s, he worked out of a small studio off of 33rd Street in Manhatten. He figures Florence probably purchased the painting from a mid-town gallery near Washington Square for around $100. He said he was happy to hear it was still in good hands. Nowadays, Mr. Steinberg is the host of a radio program on WCTC called Festival of Arts (which I believe is on at 5pm ET on Sundays in the NJ/NY area)."

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 Dating about 1955.  Original contemporary
frame. CONDITION : very good, no damage, may require light clean.
 16" x 20" framed (heavy construction)

M00003                                        525.00


Roy M. Steinberg, under rated US American artist, contemporary of Picasso, Miro, Dali, period piece oil on boardRoy M. Steinberg, under rated US American artist, contemporary of Picasso, Miro, Dali, period piece oil on board 
Roy M. Steinberg, under rated US American artist, contemporary of Picasso, Miro, Dali, period piece oil on board
Roy M. Steinberg, under rated US American artist, contemporary of Picasso, Miro, Dali, period piece oil on board


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Dunraven Gallery, Fine Arts and Antiques, placed in Bath Somerset, Victorian and modern oil paintings, fine Georgian furniture and unusual antiques
 Dunraven Gallery, Fine Arts and Antiques, placed in Bath Somerset, Victorian and modern oil paintings, fine Georgian furniture and unusual antiquesDunraven Gallery, Fine Arts and Antiques, placed in Bath Somerset, Victorian and modern oil paintings, fine Georgian furniture and unusual antiques


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