I have 2 Japanese/Chinese paintings and i don’t know who they are by?

i got the 2 paintings yesterday at the charity shop that i work at and i don’t know who the artist are, i would like to find out if they are worth something or not. is there any free translation sites that i can use to find the artists? also i have a pen and ink illustration that im also trying to find the artist of. the pen and ink has the title ‘Rockhopper Penguins Falkland Islands’ any help ?

you see a square with characters in side in red,
that is the name of the master, and in black
the student.
most of the time they were mass produced for profit,
the only value they have is the quality of work.

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2 Responses to I have 2 Japanese/Chinese paintings and i don’t know who they are by?

  1. Waino says:

    babel fish is a translator
    References :

  2. Sir Albert says:

    you see a square with characters in side in red,
    that is the name of the master, and in black
    the student.
    most of the time they were mass produced for profit,
    the only value they have is the quality of work.
    References :

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