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Hello, I am trying to identify the artist full name,the era and any other info you can give me!  The signature simply is "Coleman" in cursive , the m & n have sharp points and the signature is in the lower right corner.

 My paintings are of old towns , narrow streets, with horse drawn carriages. They are approx 8" x 11" paintings in dark wood frames, glass covered and have velour trim along the inner edge.

 Can you help me or point me in the right direction? I have included a photo.  Thanks!

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Title:"French Quarter - View of Orleans Street"
24" x 18"
(60.96cm x 45.72cm)
Created: not given
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Oil/Canvas
Signed Lower Right
Lot: 867
Auction House: St. Charles Gallery Inc.
Low Est.:   $300   
High Est.:   $500   
Sales Price**:    $300   
(01/31/2009 - 02/01/2009)


Chick Coleman, New Orleans.

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