Impression oil signed simply "Paul"Aeona
Hi, I believe that I may have a painting by this artist as well. It is a painting of what appears to be the Golden Gate Bridge. It also has a stamp on the back that says: "Original Painting By Paul. The name "Paul" appears to be stamped; and the studio whose "label" it it was on was: "Martin Lowitz" of "8919 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles 48 Calif". Any comments or advice is welcomed and much appreciated -Thanx. :)
neighbor of Andrew Graham Paulmike
When I was 6 years old I lived next door to Andrew Graham Paul. After he passed away my grandmother sent me to stay with his widow Marie. His work was mostly scenery but he also carved wood he had a wonderful carving of little red riding hood and a few paintings of native americans.
Oil signed "Paul"Melanie
Hello, I also may have a painting by this artist. There are several clues that it is his, it appears to be signed only "Paul", it is rather large, around 38 X 49 (and I understand he did a ceiling of a bank). I have no idea if it is him or not, but I purchased at an estate sale and was told it was purchased in California 35 or 40 years ago (another clue). The trees have a muted style similiar to this example. It is very beautiful, a forest scene with a small path that looks like it's worn by nature. There is a portion of the pond with several detailed realistic ducks and ducklings. It has a beautfiful heavy gold colored wooden fram with ornate work on it. Lovely, does anyone know if this could be him? One difference is: I pulled up one of the pics and viewed his signature and it doesn't appear to be signed the same. My picture's "P" has a very distinct narrow and wide belly, almost like a square that reaches out above the "aul", and the has a long tail. There are no initials or first names. Thanks for any comments or responses.
I may have an oil by this artist. I would like to know how he signed his works.