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Marjorie M Anderson
The art work she done was as beautiful as the artist herself. As a C.N.A for many years and my last few as one, working in the nursing home she was a resident at, I got to know her well... She was such a gentle soul and her stories of growing up and the relation to each of her paintings was always a blessing to hear. I left the nursing home a year and a half before her passing but she stayed on my mind and still stays in my heart.. I was fortunate enough to aquire the book Country Christmas, that she illustrated and had her sign... It is and will always be one of my most cherished treasures...I thank God that she was a part of my life... As brief as our time together was my memories of her will last a lifetime... <3 you Margie May!!!!
Little Indian Girl
I don't know anything about this painting or it's value
Painting signed Marje
It is a very tall painting, almost four feet tall and two and a half to three feet wide..of a matador with a blue cap, the frame is beautiful wood carved, studio framed.....I felt the blue cape was unusual?
art work by Marjorie M Anderson?
i have a painting of an indian girl with a straw basket it has brown paper on back of frame and i dont want to remove it. Is this really worth anything? I was ready to throw it away. Thank You
Indian Girl by Marjorie Anderson
My Mother Marjorie May Anderson of Tulsa passed away July 2008 at age 86. I was her youngest daughter and the legal guardian for her and my Dad from 2004 on.My Mom passed away in September 2008 in a nearby Nursing Center. She suffered from various ailments but one was Parkinsons which interfered with her being able to paint any more and frustrated her greatly. She did one or two paintings the whole 5 years she was there before she passed. My Father passed away in September 2009, He had Alzheimers and lived in an attached apartment next to our house for 6 years before his death at age 87. The Indian Girl print is done from an original painting which I own. But this print was put out by Home Interiors years ago. She had to go through a long exhausting process submitting paintings to their headquarters in Texas. They had a committee which approved the painting, and they took her on a tour of the factory. She signed a contract for them to sell the print and she never even got one for herself! She had to buy one for herself! There were thousands sold all over the country. They had at one time thought about asking her to do an Indian Boy, but she was in her 70's at the time and did not want to make a deal with Home Interiors again. She made about 24 cents from each print sold! But it did get her name out there. There is still a book out wrote by Georgene Pearson called the A Country Christmas that was illustrated by her and has many examples of her paintings and is a good book. Thank you sincerely, Robin Anderson Robbins
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Painter Marjorie Anderson
I have a painting by Marjorie Anderson of an Indian girk in the grass witha basket. Does anyone know anything about this painting?