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2 Groups of Mountain Sheep

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactkap.03.05
Artist
Peter Karsten (1937 – , Canadian)
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
KaP.03.05
Description
Two groups of animals, Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep; the top group has 5 animals in various poses on a grassy hillside; the lower group has 4 animals all facing to the left standing on a gentle grassy slope.
Artist
Peter Karsten (1937 – , Canadian)
Title
2 Groups of Mountain Sheep
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
25.5; 35.4 x 23.5; 26.7 cm
Description
Two groups of animals, Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep; the top group has 5 animals in various poses on a grassy hillside; the lower group has 4 animals all facing to the left standing on a gentle grassy slope.
Subject
animal, group, mountain sheep
Credit
Gift of Peter Karsten, Calgary, 1985
Catalogue Number
KaP.03.05
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5 Mountain Goats, 2 Moose

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactkap.03.04
Artist
Peter Karsten (1937 – , Canadian)
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
KaP.03.04
Description
Two groups of animals: top group has 5 Mountain Goats, 3 in full form the other two head and shoulders; lower group has 2 moose, the one on the left is walking to the right, the other is a back view with his head turned to the right, the second moose has no horns.
Artist
Peter Karsten (1937 – , Canadian)
Title
5 Mountain Goats, 2 Moose
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
29.5; 35.4 x 22.5; 26.8 cm
Description
Two groups of animals: top group has 5 Mountain Goats, 3 in full form the other two head and shoulders; lower group has 2 moose, the one on the left is walking to the right, the other is a back view with his head turned to the right, the second moose has no horns.
Subject
animal, moose, mountain goat
Credit
Gift of Peter Karsten, Calgary, 1985
Catalogue Number
KaP.03.04
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1981
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.031
Description
Oilfield at dawn.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Alberta Energy
Date
1981
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
20.1 x 28.1 cm
Description
Oilfield at dawn.
Subject
landscape
rural
industry
oilfield
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.031
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Along Icefields Parkway

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactcud.18.26
Artist
Douglas Curran (1952 – , Canadian)
Date
1985
Medium
ekta colour on paper
Catalogue Number
CuD.18.26
Description
A lake dominates the picture; lower right corner are 2 men with fishing tackle; the far shore has a red roofed house; mountain behind with some snow; blue sky with white clouds; a colour photograph. A documentary photographic exhibition entitled Structured Paradise was organized by the Walter Phill…
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Artist
Douglas Curran (1952 – , Canadian)
Title
Along Icefields Parkway
Date
1985
Medium
ekta colour on paper
Dimensions
36.7;40.5 x 46.5;50.7 cm
Description
A lake dominates the picture; lower right corner are 2 men with fishing tackle; the far shore has a red roofed house; mountain behind with some snow; blue sky with white clouds; a colour photograph. A documentary photographic exhibition entitled Structured Paradise was organized by the Walter Phillips Gallery in response to Parks Canada Centennial celebration in 1985, and then donated to The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
Credit
Gift of Walter Phillips Gallery, 1985
Catalogue Number
CuD.18.26
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1981
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.045
Description
Two black trees in foreground, Athabasca River at right, ,mountains in backgroudn.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Along the Sunwapta
Date
1981
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
17.7 x 14.6 cm
Description
Two black trees in foreground, Athabasca River at right, ,mountains in backgroudn.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Sunwapta Pass, Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.045
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.062 a
Description
Yellowhead highway stretches out from foreground to vanishing point at centre of print. Mountains in distance.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Along the Yellowhead
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
17.7 x 14.0 cm
Description
Yellowhead highway stretches out from foreground to vanishing point at centre of print. Mountains in distance.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Yellowhead Highway
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.062 a
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.062 b
Description
Yellowhead highway stretches out from foreground to vanishing point at centre of print. Mountains in distance.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Along the Yellowhead
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
17.7 x 14.0 cm
Description
Yellowhead highway stretches out from foreground to vanishing point at centre of print. Mountains in distance.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Yellowhead Highway
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.062 b
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Artist
Diane Colwell (1959 – , Canadian)
Date
1988
Medium
polaroid on paper
Catalogue Number
CwD.18.02
Description
Painted polaroid print, top left corner is white and blue sky, the rest of the picture is dark green with light greens, brown, yellow, indicating a meadow, some trees in foreground
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Artist
Diane Colwell (1959 – , Canadian)
Title
Alpine Meadows
Date
1988
Medium
polaroid on paper
Dimensions
10.8 x 8.8 cm
Description
Painted polaroid print, top left corner is white and blue sky, the rest of the picture is dark green with light greens, brown, yellow, indicating a meadow, some trees in foreground
Subject
landscape, mountain
Diane Colwell
Credit
Purchased from Sunshine Village, Banff, 1989
Catalogue Number
CwD.18.02
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Artist
John Harold Thomas Snow (1911 – 2004, Canadian)
Date
1983
Medium
coloured lithograph on paper
Catalogue Number
SnJ.04.33
Description
A tall blue green vase with yellow and orange flowers is centre, it sits on a rectangular shaped orange table cloth. The background is brown framed window panes with a patterned curtain which looks out to yellow and green .
Artist
John Harold Thomas Snow (1911 – 2004, Canadian)
Title
Amarante
Date
1983
Medium
coloured lithograph on paper
Dimensions
75.5 x 53.2 cm
Description
A tall blue green vase with yellow and orange flowers is centre, it sits on a rectangular shaped orange table cloth. The background is brown framed window panes with a patterned curtain which looks out to yellow and green .
Subject
still life
Credit
Gift of John Harold Thomas Snow, Calgary, 1995
Catalogue Number
SnJ.04.33
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Andromeda and Athabasca Glaciers, Columbia Icefield

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifacthrd.18.01
Artist
Don Harmon (1917 – 1997, Canadian)
Date
1987
Medium
cibachrome on paper
Catalogue Number
HrD.18.01
Description
A colour photographic positive, an almost full frame picture of glaciers, the white colour and formations dominate, a bare rock juts out bottom left corner, rocks also near top left to near bottom right, the sky is extreme top of picture, some clouds
Artist
Don Harmon (1917 – 1997, Canadian)
Title
Andromeda and Athabasca Glaciers, Columbia Icefield
Date
1987
Medium
cibachrome on paper
Dimensions
57.2 x 45.6 cm
Description
A colour photographic positive, an almost full frame picture of glaciers, the white colour and formations dominate, a bare rock juts out bottom left corner, rocks also near top left to near bottom right, the sky is extreme top of picture, some clouds
Subject
landscape, mountain
landscape, Columbia Icefield
Credit
Purchased from Don Harmon, Banff, 1985
Catalogue Number
HrD.18.01
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Artist
Unknown
Date
1988
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
UnK.05.21
Description
Twelve sketches of animals, each washed with a single colour watercolour.
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Artist
Unknown
Title
Animalia Capillary
Date
1988
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
37.2 x 17.9 cm
Description
Twelve sketches of animals, each washed with a single colour watercolour.
Subject
animals, whimsey
Credit
Gift of Harold C. Whyte, Penticton, 2003
Catalogue Number
UnK.05.21
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Artist
Lorraine Gilbert
Date
1988 – 1994
Medium
photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
GiL.18.28
Description
Photograph of tree-planters Anne and Kent next to their tent in Invermere, British Columbia.
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Artist
Lorraine Gilbert
Title
Anne and Kent
Date
1988 – 1994
Medium
photograph on paper
Dimensions
20” x 24” cm
Description
Photograph of tree-planters Anne and Kent next to their tent in Invermere, British Columbia.
Subject
tree-planting
forest
portrait
British Columbia
environmentalism
Canadian
nature
Credit
Gift of Lorraine Gilbert, Ottawa, 2014
Catalogue Number
GiL.18.28
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Artist
Lorraine Gilbert
Date
1988 – 1994
Medium
photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
GiL.18.30
Description
Photograph of Anne sitting in her van, Moh Creek, Butte Inlet, British Columbia.
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Artist
Lorraine Gilbert
Title
Anne in her Van
Date
1988 – 1994
Medium
photograph on paper
Dimensions
20” x 24” cm
Description
Photograph of Anne sitting in her van, Moh Creek, Butte Inlet, British Columbia.
Subject
tree-planting
forest
portrait
British Columbia
environmentalism
Canadian
nature
Credit
Gift of Lorraine Gilbert, Ottawa, 2014
Catalogue Number
GiL.18.30
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Artist
Peggy Dixon
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
DiP.03.04
Description
An antelope faces to the right in fully body profile. Grass lines the bottom of the image. At the lower right corner of the matt “IP 33.” On the back of the image is an erased sketch of a person riding a horse on the right, and a person holding a rope on the left.
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Artist
Peggy Dixon
Title
Antelope Buck
Date
1985
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
12.5 x 20.3 cm
Description
An antelope faces to the right in fully body profile. Grass lines the bottom of the image. At the lower right corner of the matt “IP 33.” On the back of the image is an erased sketch of a person riding a horse on the right, and a person holding a rope on the left.
Subject
antelope
grass
Credit
Gift of Peggy Dixon, Milk River, 2012
Catalogue Number
DiP.03.04
Images
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Arbutus, Salt Spring Island

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactwbg.04.077
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.077
Description
Large arbutus tree at centre of image on shore of ocean, Saltspring Island.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Arbutus, Salt Spring Island
Date
1982
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
36.9 x 44.6 cm
Description
Large arbutus tree at centre of image on shore of ocean, Saltspring Island.
Subject
botanical
Arbutus tree
landscape
Pacific
Saltspring Island
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.077
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Artist Geoffrey Gerwing Painting His Mural, The Myth of Exceptional Pass on the Grounds of the Whyte

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactmim.18.19
Artist
Michael Mitchell (1943 – , Canadian)
Date
1985
Medium
ekta colour on paper
Catalogue Number
MiM.18.19
Description
Forested, clear spot middle ground with a man painting a mural. A documentary photograph exhibition entitled Structured Paradise, was organized by the Walter Phillips Gallery, in response to Parks Canada centennial celebration, 1985, and then donated to the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
Artist
Michael Mitchell (1943 – , Canadian)
Title
Artist Geoffrey Gerwing Painting His Mural, The Myth of Exceptional Pass on the Grounds of the Whyte
Date
1985
Medium
ekta colour on paper
Dimensions
37.5;50.8 x 38.0;40.5 cm
Description
Forested, clear spot middle ground with a man painting a mural. A documentary photograph exhibition entitled Structured Paradise, was organized by the Walter Phillips Gallery, in response to Parks Canada centennial celebration, 1985, and then donated to the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
Subject
Canadian Rockies
Structured Paradise
The Myth of Exceptional Pass
Credit
Gift of Walter Phillips Gallery, 1985
Catalogue Number
MiM.18.19
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 a
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows first colour applied to artist’s screen.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
The Athabasca
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
14.0 x 17.7 cm
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows first colour applied to artist’s screen.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 a
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 b
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows two colours applied to artist’s screen.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
The Athabasca
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
14.0 x 17.7 cm
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows two colours applied to artist’s screen.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 b
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 c
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows three colours applied to artist’s screen.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
The Athabasca
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
14.0 x 17.7 cm
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows three colours applied to artist’s screen.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 c
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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 d
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows five colours applied to artist’s screen.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
The Athabasca
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
14.0 x 17.7 cm
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls. Shows five colours applied to artist’s screen.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 d
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