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Artist
Doug Reid
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
ReD.06.01
Description
Colour: brown. Cutout of a ram facing right.
Artist
Doug Reid
Title
Ram
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
10.1 cm
Description
Colour: brown. Cutout of a ram facing right.
Subject
animal
sheep
Credit
Gift of Peter Whyte, 1966
Catalogue Number
ReD.06.01
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Artist
Anthony (Tony) Morse Urquhart (1934 – , Canadian)
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
UrT.06.01
Description
Colour: brown, white, grey. A wire structure on a base. Several ring shapes and blob shapes are situated throughout. From a central point hangs a clump of metal.
Artist
Anthony (Tony) Morse Urquhart (1934 – , Canadian)
Title
Magic Place
Date
n.d.
Description
Colour: brown, white, grey. A wire structure on a base. Several ring shapes and blob shapes are situated throughout. From a central point hangs a clump of metal.
Subject
mythological
Credit
Gift of Anthony (Tony) Morse Urquhart, 1973
Catalogue Number
UrT.06.01
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Artist
Augaahs
Date
c. 1965
Catalogue Number
AuG.06.01
Description
Two figures facing the same direction, the one behind is pushing the other; both dressed in parkas with the hood off the head; pants are indicated cut off at the knees; facial features are carved in, the eyes are hols, nose protruding,mouth indicated only in front figure; the arms of the back perso…
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Artist
Augaahs
Title
Father and Son
Date
c. 1965
Dimensions
52.0 x 23.0 x 39.0 cm
Description
Two figures facing the same direction, the one behind is pushing the other; both dressed in parkas with the hood off the head; pants are indicated cut off at the knees; facial features are carved in, the eyes are hols, nose protruding,mouth indicated only in front figure; the arms of the back person are extended to the front person giving an indication of pushing; both figures are bent forward at the waist. The fossilized whalebone has an open texture overall.
Subject
figure
male
Credit
Gift of D. S. Harvie, 1969
Catalogue Number
AuG.06.01
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Artist
Blake
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
BlK.06.01
Description
A realistic rendering of an Indian woman's head and neck; hair parted in centre with braids coming together in front; left earring; necklace; a plaster of paris casting painted brown; flat back has a metal wire loop near top for hanging; is a pair with B1.06.02.
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Artist
Blake
Title
Untitled
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
22.5 x 7.0 x 10.5 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of an Indian woman's head and neck; hair parted in centre with braids coming together in front; left earring; necklace; a plaster of paris casting painted brown; flat back has a metal wire loop near top for hanging; is a pair with B1.06.02.
Subject
portrait, female
Credit
Gift of D. S. Harvie, 1969
Catalogue Number
BlK.06.01
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1955 – 1965
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.07
Description
A fully rigged western horse with his head down eating grass; on his right shoulder a brand: JM; the horse is standing on all 4 feet and with his nose to the ground these all make contact with the base - solid bronze. The horse Red Wing was Mrs. Gourlay's own pet and favourite mount for many years.…
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Red Wing
Date
1955 – 1965
Dimensions
24.0 x 11.0 x 28.3 cm
Description
A fully rigged western horse with his head down eating grass; on his right shoulder a brand: JM; the horse is standing on all 4 feet and with his nose to the ground these all make contact with the base - solid bronze. The horse Red Wing was Mrs. Gourlay's own pet and favourite mount for many years. See Beil file for more information.
Subject
animal, horse
Credit
Gift of Melvin Gourley, Calgary, 1986
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.07
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Indian Head Banff Indian Days Coin Model

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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.01
Description
A realistic rendering of a male Indian head, facing to the left; his hair is long and flowing with one rolled braid in front of left ear; feather tied to hair right side of head; a rosette at his neck; signed C. A. Beil R. C. A. Beil provided a design for the Banff Indian Days programe for their co…
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Indian Head Banff Indian Days Coin Model
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Dimensions
20.5 x n/a cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a male Indian head, facing to the left; his hair is long and flowing with one rolled braid in front of left ear; feather tied to hair right side of head; a rosette at his neck; signed C. A. Beil R. C. A. Beil provided a design for the Banff Indian Days programe for their coin; valued at one dollar. The original model was reduced to coin size at the minting plant. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versality? which is one part of four Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
Subject
figure, male
Indian
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.01
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Saddle Bronc Rider Banff Indian Days Coin Model

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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.02
Description
A realistic rendering of a saddle bronc rider; horse is bucking, all feet off the ground, facing to the left; signed lower right: C. A. Beil R. C. A. Beil contributed a coin design to the Banff Indian Days program between the years of 1969 to 1976. The original model was reduced to coin size at the…
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Saddle Bronc Rider Banff Indian Days Coin Model
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Dimensions
20.5 x 20.5 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a saddle bronc rider; horse is bucking, all feet off the ground, facing to the left; signed lower right: C. A. Beil R. C. A. Beil contributed a coin design to the Banff Indian Days program between the years of 1969 to 1976. The original model was reduced to coin size at the minting plant. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which is one part of four Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
Subject
animal, horse
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.02
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Bull Rider Banff Indian Days Coin Model

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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.03
Description
A realistic rendering of a bull rider; the bull is bucking has his left front foot on the ground, facing to the right; signed bl: C. A. Beil R. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which is one part of four Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor. C. A. Beil contributed a coin design to …
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Bull Rider Banff Indian Days Coin Model
Date
1969 – 1976
Medium
plaster
Dimensions
20.5 x 20.5 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a bull rider; the bull is bucking has his left front foot on the ground, facing to the right; signed bl: C. A. Beil R. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which is one part of four Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor. C. A. Beil contributed a coin design to the Banff Indian Days program between the years of 1969 to 1976. The original model was reduced to coin size at the minting plant.
Subject
animal, bull
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.17.03
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.15
Description
A realistic rendering of a mounted cowboy in full regalia on a fully equipped western horse. Cast in solid bronze from the lost wax process. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which was one part of four of the display Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Caribou Cowboy
Date
1978
Dimensions
41.0 x 13.0 x 40.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a mounted cowboy in full regalia on a fully equipped western horse. Cast in solid bronze from the lost wax process. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which was one part of four of the display Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
Subject
figure, male
cowboy
animal, horse
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.15
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.13
Description
A realistic rendering of a buffalo, lying down in solid bronze, lost wax method.
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Buffalo
Date
1978
Dimensions
12.0 x 19.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a buffalo, lying down in solid bronze, lost wax method.
Subject
animal, buffalo
Charlie Beil
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.13
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.12
Description
A realistic rendering of a mountain goat; he is standing on a large rock on the base which comprises 8.0 of the height of the sculpture. Inscribed on the back of the base: Studio West Cochrane Alberta 2/27.
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Mountain Goat
Date
1978
Dimensions
20.5 x 9.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a mountain goat; he is standing on a large rock on the base which comprises 8.0 of the height of the sculpture. Inscribed on the back of the base: Studio West Cochrane Alberta 2/27.
Subject
animal, goat
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.12
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.09
Description
A realistic rendering of a steer rider; a brand is on the steer's left hip: xx. Also inscribed on back of base: Studio West Ltd. Cochrane, Alberta.
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Steer Rider
Date
1978
Dimensions
28.5 x 14.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a steer rider; a brand is on the steer's left hip: xx. Also inscribed on back of base: Studio West Ltd. Cochrane, Alberta.
Subject
figure, male
cowboy
animal, steer
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.09
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Artist
Unknown
Date
prior to 1970
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.83
Description
A free standing block on which are carved two faces each side (front and back) the whalebone is a mottled colour and irregular in texture, one side the larger face is on top, other side the larger face is on the bottom, each expression is different, the features are stylized but distinct.
Artist
Unknown
Title
Untitled
Date
prior to 1970
Dimensions
36.0 x 11.0 x 22.0 cm
Description
A free standing block on which are carved two faces each side (front and back) the whalebone is a mottled colour and irregular in texture, one side the larger face is on top, other side the larger face is on the bottom, each expression is different, the features are stylized but distinct.
Subject
mythological
Credit
Purchased from Quest, Banff, 1970
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.83
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Bucking Bronco with Rider

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Artist
Malcolm MacKenzie (1932 – , Canadian)
Date
1971
Catalogue Number
MuM.06.01
Description
A bronze casting 6/25 of a bucking bronco with rider; the bronco has all four feet off the ground, the cowboy is in full riding regalia; left hand holding the halter shank which is braided wire, right hand high in the air; a curved 12.0 long x 1.2 dia. piece of bronze holds the horse off the base; …
Artist
Malcolm MacKenzie (1932 – , Canadian)
Title
Bucking Bronco with Rider
Date
1971
Dimensions
34.0 x 19.0 x 32.0 cm
Description
A bronze casting 6/25 of a bucking bronco with rider; the bronco has all four feet off the ground, the cowboy is in full riding regalia; left hand holding the halter shank which is braided wire, right hand high in the air; a curved 12.0 long x 1.2 dia. piece of bronze holds the horse off the base; the base is a flat piece of bronze 19.2 x 14.5 x .6; inscribed into base: M J MacKenzie 1971 6/25.
Subject
animal
horse
Credit
Gift of Unknown, 1968
Catalogue Number
MuM.06.01
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Artist
Malcolm MacKenzie (1932 – , Canadian)
Date
1975 – 1975
Catalogue Number
MuM.11.01
Description
Bronze pack horse fully rigged, has a brand of left shoulder H; he stands on a solid base of bronze on which is etched T.R.C.R. 30 years and beside that 50; the assemblage is of various woods with a flat board as background and driftwood and bark as base and landscape; a rectangular piece of driftw…
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Artist
Malcolm MacKenzie (1932 – , Canadian)
Title
Ray Bagley Memorial
Date
1975 – 1975
Dimensions
52.0;13.0 x 11.0;5.0 x 35.0;14.0 cm
Description
Bronze pack horse fully rigged, has a brand of left shoulder H; he stands on a solid base of bronze on which is etched T.R.C.R. 30 years and beside that 50; the assemblage is of various woods with a flat board as background and driftwood and bark as base and landscape; a rectangular piece of driftwood is attached at the top with wire; a brass plate of this piece reads: In honour of Ray Bagley whose homespun philosophy enriched the lives of all who called him friend. Remembered by the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies; another brass plate is on the board: Time and stress will make or break Keep smiling though through tears. For it matters not the years you live But how you live the years Ray Bagley. Bronze by Malcolm MacKenzie. Assemblage by Bunny Robinson, Calgary.
Subject
animal
horse
Credit
Gift of Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, Calgary, 1976
Catalogue Number
MuM.11.01
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Medium
bronze
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.08
Description
A realistic rendering of a grizzly bear, sitting on his haunches on rocks, in solid bronze
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Grizzly Bear
Date
1978
Medium
bronze
Dimensions
17.8 x 13.5 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a grizzly bear, sitting on his haunches on rocks, in solid bronze
Subject
animal
bear
grizzly
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.08
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.16
Description
A realistic rendering of a standing horse; haltered with rope hanging down to between his front legs; packed, diamond hitch; on right rump: “JF” combined and “barX6”; on right shoulder “circle over bar”
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Packhorse
Date
1978
Dimensions
27.3 x 12.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a standing horse; haltered with rope hanging down to between his front legs; packed, diamond hitch; on right rump: “JF” combined and “barX6”; on right shoulder “circle over bar”
Subject
animal
horse
packhorse
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.16
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Artist
Unknown
Date
prior to 1962
Medium
bone
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.78
Description
Very tiny standing owl; carved owl, natural features of the bone emphasizes white front and back, and grey sides, head and feet; drilled round eyes, shaped beak; round hole drilled into bottom of right foot
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Artist
Unknown
Title
Untitled [Owl]
Date
prior to 1962
Medium
bone
Dimensions
3.0 x 1.4 cm
Description
Very tiny standing owl; carved owl, natural features of the bone emphasizes white front and back, and grey sides, head and feet; drilled round eyes, shaped beak; round hole drilled into bottom of right foot
Subject
Animal
Owl
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.78
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Artist
Kowpowik
Date
n.d.
Medium
stone
Catalogue Number
KoW.06.01
Description
Grey/green stone; a woman fully clothed in traditional parka is in a kneeling position, feet turned inward under her; her arms are up on her chest; parka hood off her head; a child’s head peaks up from the parka hood; fur trim is incised around the edges of the garment.
Artist
Kowpowik
Title
Woman and Child
Date
n.d.
Medium
stone
Dimensions
23.4 x 13.0 cm
Description
Grey/green stone; a woman fully clothed in traditional parka is in a kneeling position, feet turned inward under her; her arms are up on her chest; parka hood off her head; a child’s head peaks up from the parka hood; fur trim is incised around the edges of the garment.
Subject
Figure
female
infant
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
KoW.06.01
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Artist
Teofan Pyrcz (1908 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
c. 1970
Medium
sculpture
Catalogue Number
PyT.06.01
Description
Sphere made of pale orange-yellow honey onyx on base.
Artist
Teofan Pyrcz (1908 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Honey Onyx Sphere
Date
c. 1970
Medium
sculpture
Dimensions
2.5 x 12.0 diameter base; 12.0 diameter sphere cm
Description
Sphere made of pale orange-yellow honey onyx on base.
Subject
Abstract
sphere
Credit
Gift of Vera Pyrcz, Edmonton, 1976
Catalogue Number
PyT.06.01
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