Bought in an auction for $16 a piece n can’t find anything on them. Unable to translate the writing either.
First, the calligraphy on these types of paintings is always a poem or poetic description of the imagery. I was unable to completely read the calligraphy except for some characters: 西， 出， 君， 浣. I linked to some resources below on this. The seals on the paintings are unclear and would denote the artist’s name or benefactor. In the case of these works, these are prints of original painted images.
The process/medium of these works seems most similar to upholstery or tapestry printing. There are no signs of original painting or embroidery. I’m pretty sure the manufacturer used a digital printing process here.
I put links below to show you what I mean as far as print vs. embroidery.
As for valuation, I have included links to general prices for print tapestries, but was unable to find closer matches to these. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Chinese characters lookup and draw:
Facebook has groups dedicated to Chinese calligraphy and sometimes you can find help reading cursive there.
Embroidery example, see stitches direction:
2 prints on fabric for $100
$50, framed tapestry print