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James Main Fine Art is always interested in buying 19th and 20th century American, European and Asian fine art and antiques. We buy single items or entire collections. Of special interest are paintings and fine prints by Edward Borein, John Wesley Cotton, Frank Morley Fletcher, Armin Hansen, Channing Peake and many others.
Please contact us via phone or email for any sales inquiries. If you choose to email us, please include the artist name and a description of the item(s) you wish to sell, and if possible, at least one clear photograph image showing the item(s) and signature of each item.
James Main Fine Art
27 East De La Guerra Street, Santa Barbara, California 93101
805 962 8347, 805 637 8632
Edward Borein outside the Oreña Adobe, 1921
Constructed in 1849 by Don Jose de la Guerra, the Oreña Adobe was originally used to house supplies brought in from ships anchored in the harbor. It was eventually purchased by Don Gaspar Oreña, who added the second story in 1858 after his marriage to de la Guerra’s daughter, Antonia Maria. It became the Oreña's fall and winter home. The property was handed down to their descendents, who remain the present day owners. The patio and additional rear structures were added by Doña Acadia Oreña Rickard, Don Gaspar’s daughter, during the building’s restoration in 1921 by architecht James Osborne Craig, who also designed the neighboring El Paseo structure.
Shortly after arriving in Santa Barbara in 1921, renowned cowboy artist Edward Borein established his studio in the Oreña Adobe, where he remained until moving into a new studio in the El Paseo in 1925.
Edward Borein in his Oreña Adobe studio.