About Robert Duvall
A landscape artist and graphic designer, Robert Duvall was born in Boise, Idaho February 24, 1955.
He attended College of San Mateo in San Mateo, California and majored in Technical Arts & Graphics
where he won Best of Show and two First Place awards for technical illustration at the
Industrial Graphics International and a National Third place award.
After working as a technical illustrator, he relocated to Oakland, California to attend California
College of Arts & Crafts. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts, he moved to San Jose, California and
worked as a commercial artist and graphic designer for Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. and Eudyna
Devices. While continuing to work as a designer, Robert perfected his style of painting using opaque
watercolor to create landscapes and other subjects.
His landscape painting is largely influenced by the works of Albert Bierstadt, Edwin Church, Thomas Hill, Edgar Payne, and Thomas Paquette.
He has entered many shows In Berkeley, California, Boise, Idaho, Los Gatos, California, Yosemite National Park, Los Altos, California, and New York, New York as well as being published in the “International Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art” 2001/2002.