So the scammers have been trying some variations. Recently - last week and this week, I've noticed their scam emails now ask the potential victim to please state their website url in their reply. Funny. I guess that is not working so well, or the below email is just another strategy to try and establish a way to know where one of their emails have been sent. They are now embedding the target website url directly in their email, thinking if the artist replies, the url is right there and the scammer can continue what would seem like a "personal" conversation.
Also, we've reported on Vivian and Yvonne Wague in the past. Looks like this scammer is staying with a sister theme.
From: Lisa Wague [email@example.com]
Date: February 23, 2011 8:09:58 PM EST
Subject: Purchase Info.
Hope this message found you well; I am so excited to discover these nice artworks on your link (bob's website url was inserted here) and I will like you to get back with more details if they are still available for purchase including their prices;
"Edge of the Old Forest"
Your urgent reply would be appreciated.