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[[Image:Juban botong.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Rare photo of Juban
[[Image:Juban botong.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Rare photo of Juban Botong]] Juban was an art scholar at the [[University of Santo Tomas]]from 1969 to 1973. He took up B.S. Fine Arts Major in Painting and was unluckily did not finished his fourth year due to the demand of his commissioned painting job. He finished his elementary and Secondary school at Angono Elementary School.
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|Salvador "Badong" Juban|
|Born|| November 16, 1941|
Angono, Rizal, Philippines
Salvador Tolentino Juban (Born: 16 November 1941) is a painter and was known as an assistant to Carlos "Botong" Francisco thus he paints the same subjects as "Botong." Compared to the maestro, he makes use of bolder lines and a more spontaneous approach. He also assisted Vicente Manansala in his murals for the Philippine Heart Center for Asia and the United Coconut Planters Bank. He has done murals for the different private and public institutions.
Juban was the son of Simplicio Juban and Maxima Tolentino and was married to Celestina Reyes with whom he has four children. An inborn artist, he got his early training in sketching by tracing Komiks characters. he got his first lesson in art under National Artist Carlos "Botong" Francisco. It is during his school days that he frequented Botong's residence to see the master at work and eventually became Botong's assistant on his projects. He assisted Botong's with his piece Bulwagang Maharnilad. He also continued and finished his master's 18 ft x 200 ft mural for former first lady Imelda Marcos
EducationUniversity of Santo Tomasfrom 1969 to 1973. He took up B.S. Fine Arts Major in Painting and was unluckily did not finished his fourth year due to the demand of his commissioned painting job. He finished his elementary and Secondary school at Angono Elementary School.
He also worked with National Artist Vicente Manansala for the murals for the Philippine Heart Center for Asia and the United Coconut Planters Bank. He traveled around Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, China and Hongkong) in order to learn the art of his Asian counterparts.
Juban also paints the same subjects as Botong, such as fiestas featuring the Virgin and other folk genre concentrating on fishing subjects of his home town of Angono. He joined several group exhibits since 1973 and had one-person shows in the different art galleries here and abroad. He has done several murals for the different private and public institutions such us (Pag-Asa) for National Orthopedic Hospital, (Anazibu and Batangan) for Batulao's Clubhouse in Nasugbu, Batangas, (History of Meralco) for Lopez Family and (Nymphs)being displayed at Colonnade Building lobby in Makati.
- 1973 - Group Exhibition - Hidalgo Gallery
- 1974 - One-Man Exhibition - Hidalgo Gallery
- 1975 - Group Exhibition - Sining Kamalig
- 1975 - Group Exhibition - Impressions Gallery
- 1975 - Group Exhibition - Rizal Provincial Capitol
- 1976 - Group Exhibition - gallery One
- 1975-1979 - Group Exhibition - Angono, Rizal
- 1980 - Five Directions - Museum of Philippine Arts
- 1982 - Group Show (AAP) - Cultural Center of the Philippines
- 1983 - Group Show - Gallery Bleue
- 1984 - Group Show - Gallery Bleue
- 1985 - Group Show - Angono, Rizal
- 1985 - Angono Festival of Arts - Angono, Rizal
- 1986 - Group Show - Malacañang Palace
- 1988 - Juban and Zapanta - Beijing, China
- 1989 - Buklod Sining - Angono, Rizal
- 1990 - Sining Angono:Noon at Ngayon - Angono, Rizal
- 1991 - Group Show - Manuela Gallery
- 1992 - Sining at Kulturang Angono - Angono, Rizal
- Pag-asa (3m x 5m) Mural for National Orthopedic Hospital (later used as Philippine postal stamp)
- Anazibu Batangan (12ft. x 38ft.) Two Historical Murals for Batulao's Clubhouse, Nasugbu Batangas
- Progress, (3ft. x 36ft.) Mural for DCCD Office
- Piging, (3ft. x 10ft.) Mural for Mr. Puyat Residence
- History of Meralco, (8ft. x 15 ft.) Mural for Meralco Office Lopez Building
- Nymphs, (8ft. x 16ft.) Mural for the lobby of Colonnade Building
- Inang Kalikasan, (9ft. x 34ft.) Mural for Batulao Highland Manor
- 2nd prize - National Art Competition in Painting, Shell Company Philippines (1969)
- 1st prize - Annual Competition in Painting, University of Santo Tomas (1970)
- 2nd prize - Annual Competition In Drawing, University of Santo Tomas (1970)
- 3rd prize - Annual Competition In Landscape, University of Santo Tomas (1971)
- Hon. mention - National Art Contest In Watercolor, Shell Company Philippines (1971)
- Runner-up - National Art Contest (On The Spot Painting), Shell Company Philippines (1971)
- Hon. mention - YMCA Annual Art Competition, YMCA Philippines (1971)
- 1st prize - Competition In Painting -Filipiniana, University of Santo Tomas (1971)
- Sanggunian Bayan Award, Angono Rizal (1977)
- CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art, Vol 4. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994.