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my favorite painting that later was stolen out of my room at the rehab and nursing center I was living

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Comment by Lisa A Wallace on August 29, 2015 at 1:52am

No unfortunately and it was a gift from my close friend. The administrator found a print exactly like it and bought the print cause I had a photo of it and he found the print on the internet then purchased it for me. He was kind enough to buy a very nice frame and put it in the frame then give it to me so I was surprised and happy to at least have the print framed and hanging on my wall still. I was in the hospital and they let somebody stay in my room for a few days while I was gone but didn't remove my things but the person who moved them to another facility said the painting wasn't with her when she left. I don't know how anyone can have a painting of that size and walk out with it without being noticed and question.  Thank you for your inquiry and currently working with therapy to get stronger, healing pressure ulcer wounds and get out of here so I can once again sail the winds and tides. Became paraplegic by a drunk driver in May 1990 so I am fortunate to still be here 25 years later strong. I cannot wait to sail in regattas again just for the fun of it if nothing else.

Comment by LOLA on July 18, 2015 at 4:46am

Beautiful. Do you still have the source photo?

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