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    How interesting!
    I have a painting I bought from a local gallery when I was in England one summer. I thought I would do the same and see if I could find out more about him after I read your post. Only problem is, I can't make out the letters of his/her signature!!


    Thanks for sharing this--very cool story. Hope your husband is okay!


    Good post.

    sheila mcspedon

    Found a nature oil painting in Connecticut of 2 cardinals with the signature sandra james and was wondering if she ever did oil and nature scenes. Thanks for any information.

    Barbara Johansen Newman

    Just discovered this comment! Sandra James did also work in oil. Someone emailed me after this post and had one of her oild for sale and I was lucky enough to buy it. It is a seascape from main. I would imagine she painted as much as she could.

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