I came across a free as the wind painting by August Albo but in the back side the brown paper that covered the back tore a bit but I noticed another painting in the back on the same board, is this unusual or did they do these paintings on the same canvas? Can't see the whole painting because some of the paper is stuck to it. Ant info will help.
I know nothing about art, but I have what looks to be a print on cardboard, with brush strokes, signed ALBO in the bottom left corner & SP#1250 written on the back. I don't know the name of the print, but it's a lady in a pink skirt, white blouse & blue scarf, walking down a tree lined sidewalk. There's a horse with buggy & driver at the curb along with an old stop light & a statue of some sort. Paintings also line part of the wall at the sidewalk. Any information on this would be appreciated.
I have a painting by august albo named bay head.
I found it years ago in the garbage but feel in love with it. How can I find out what value it has on the art marked.
Free As the Wind August Albo
I have a original painting Free as the Wind signed painted with oil on canvas. I understand there are are only five in existence.
al bo painting
I have a painting by an artist signed al bo.The L looks like a check mark almost.the paintingis of people dancing .looks like from the 1700 ball room style.does this sound like anything.can anybody emailback with any info i can send you a snapshot if you think you can help THANKS
Free As the Wind
Great name! This image was published on canvas by the Donald Art Company many years ago. I gave it it's name. We own the original which is not for sale.