My name is ***** ***** I am here to help with your question, however I only assess one item per question here.
At your convenience, please choose one and send photos of the front, back (do not remove from frame) and a clear, in-focus close-up of the signature as well as the dimensions.
There may be an +Add Files button or if there is a toolbar with a paperclip icon showing above the box where you type in responses, then follow the steps on this link for sharing photos:
There is not an extra charge to provide more pictures here.
Great! Send over images at your convenience.
If I do not respond immediately, it is because I am not at my computer. Please rest assured that I will attend to your postings as soon as I am signed back in again.
Thank you for the images. What are the dimensions, please.
Yes, I agree the frame on the Albright is his. On today's market, your Adam Emory Albright (1862 - 1957) painting will carry an auction estimate of $6000 - $8000. The suggested insurance or replacement value is $12,000.
The Giuseppe Magni (1869 - 1956) painting would carry an auction estimate of $12,000 - $18,000. The suggested insurance or replacement value is $22,000.
May I know the range of variance you are referring to from 1995?
The 1990's up to the recession in 2008 was a build-up to the height of the art market, during which all areas of art and antiques experienced an extreme upsurge in sales records and values. Those eras, though heady are not sustainable, and the Recession brought almost all areas of art and antique values back to 'reality', so to speak (with the exception of Modern & Contemporary Blue Chips that sell at Christie's & Sotheby's i.e. Warhol and Picasso). Values since have come down substantially and that is why it is recommended to have works re-appraised after some time to re-calibrate with the global economic market.