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I have a Barbra Weber painting. It is of a woman. She looks like a dancer. I can't find anything out about her.On the back of the painting it says- Bassons Perth Amboy, N.J. Style V412
-- Lisa (HLGKKAB@aol.com), August 16, 2004
I also have a pic painted by Barbara Weber. Its is a princess. Some call here the Yellow rose of texas but im not sure how much weight that counts for. If you have found any information about here, could you email me please.
-- Justin White (email@example.com), December 11, 2004.
I have a painting by Barbara Weber of a Spanish Conquistador. The painting has been in the family for at least thirty years. Painting is signed, (written, not printed, good penmanship) in the bottom right hand corner. Please reply if you have any more information, or any other questions about the painting I can answer. I know nothing about the artist.
-- Jack Yordy (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 20, 2004.
I too have a painting by Barbara Weber we received from my mother in- law years ago. It is of a young woman who looks hispanic. I continue to research her name and have yet to find any information.
-- Y. Jones (email@example.com), December 29, 2004.
I have two pictures. One of a lady in red with a gold crown. She is very beautiful. That one has been in my family for 20 years. Strangely, five years after we were given her, my mother bought an oil painting of a white tiger. The canvas looked as if it were wrapped around a piece of cardboard. Six month's later, it began to fade. My mother loved the frame and removed the painting. To our suprise, there was another painting by Barbara Weber. One of a Spanish Conquistador. Also both were signed. Who is this Barbara Weber?
-- Michael Hutchinson (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 2005.
I also have 2 paintings by Barbara Weber, one of a pretty mexican woman, and the other of a bullfighter. any information would be greatly appreciated.
-- Ron (email@example.com), January 24, 2005.
I have the woman. I bought the piece from the original owner. She told me it is of Carmen, from the opera. I wish I could find out who Barbara was.
-- shaaron (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 01, 2005.
I have a Print signed Barbara Weber it sounds like the same picture. I wish I could find out more too.
-- Gloria Bohinski (email@example.com), February 04, 2005.
In 1968 when I lived in San Bernardino, CA I purchased a 24x36" painting of the beautiful Spanish lady at a Long's drug store for $12.00. She wears a small gold crown, gold ear rings, a red cocktail dress with spagetti straps,adorned with crimson colored hisbiscus flowers and she has black hair and wears a black shaw. This colored print of an oil painting signed by Barbara Weber still haunts me by it's (her) beauty. I have moved 9 times within the U.S. and each time ensured to take the "lady" with me.
After 37 plus years, Barbara may be gone but I, like many others, would like to know about her and perhaps purchase one of her originals.
-- Henry Drozdzal (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 11, 2005.
I ALSO HAVE 2 PAINTINGS OF A SPAINISH WOMAN AND ONE OF A MAN. THEY ARE SIGNED BY BARBARA WEBER. I HAVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE AND CAN NOT FIND ANY INFORMATION. WE HAVE HAD THESE PAINTINGS FOR ABOUT 35 YEARS. ANY INFORMATION ON BARBARA WEBER WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANKS
-- DONNA ALLEN (DONNAWITHSMARTS@PEOPLEPC.COM), February 15, 2005.
I HAVE FOUND BARBARA WEBER. Through months of searching I have finally located the Barbara Weber that painted the pictures. She lives in California with her husband, L. Wright. They were surprised to learn that there were owners of her paintings searching for information about her. The dancer is Carmen, the conquistador is Don Jose, and there is a clown painting,in a book Called Clown Paintings by Diane Keaton. They were unaware that a copy of one of her paintings was in the book. I talked to her husband while she was present, and will contact them for more information regarding her paintings. If you have any questions for them email me, and I'll include them in my letter to them.
-- Jack Yordy (email@example.com), February 23, 2005.
I am MARRIED TO Barbara Weber We Live in California. I will give everyone a history of Barbara weber on my web site community-2.webtv.net/CYCLEPPATH/WrightReporter
-- Larry Wright (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 24, 2005.
My Grandmother has a painting done by Barbara Weber and it is of a beautiful woman I can't describe it's beauty. I wondered if anyone could email me any information on this artist it was given to her by an old man who was selling his house and just wanted to get rid of it.
-- Nina C (email@example.com), February 24, 2005.
I also have a painting by barbara weber of a spanish lady in a yellow gown and it a large painting.
-- celina (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 01, 2005.
My wife and I recently inherited a Barbara Weber painting of a Spanish looking woman in a beautiful dress and a gold crown. The original owners were from Oklahoma and had it for at least 30 to 40 years. The back of the picyure says "Lolita" V490 Any more info on this artist feel free to send us an e-mail.
-- James Gilland (email@example.com), March 12, 2005.