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A London org/gallery that can help me research a painting??

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I have a very elderly friend who has a nautical painting (sailing skiff and a fishing boat in a harbour) that according to family tales was painted in Scotland in the very early 20th century by a fairly well known artist. He wants to know if it is just a nice painting or a family treasure and gave me detailed description/artist's signature/photographs etc.

I've done a little searching here and looked on line and the name is the same as another well known artist but that person mainly did portraits and there is no mention of seascapes/nautical examples.

I was just wondering if anyone has any ideas where I might go to get some sort of info/get pointed me in the right direction.

My guess it isn't valuable . . . but it is a stunning image

(Where is the Antiques Roadshow when you need them :) )

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