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As a girl, Sally James demonstrated a remarkable artistic eye when, after visiting an art exhibit, she explained to her father that the horses had been drawn incorrectly and cut out an anatomically correct horse from paper. At first taking the conventional adult route, she married Tiffany artist Henry Paulding Farnham with whom she had two children, and her talent didn''t truly manifest itself until she was hospitalized at age 32. Experimenting with some clay her husband had brought her, she grew to love sculpting and showed her first piece to Frederic Remington who became her unofficial mentor. Paleolithic Woman...
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