Begun in 1934 on his mother-in-law’s caliche cow pasture, and originally called White Shadows, portrait artist Douglas Chandor and his wife Ina (Kuteman) Chandor constructed this 3-1/2 acre oasis. Five Chandor paintings are housed in the Smithsonian, one of Eleanor Roosevelt in the White House, and Queen Elizabeth’s
coronation portrait in the British Embassy in Washington DC.

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