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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.292
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Cider Pound
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.292
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Inside Cider Factory

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.296
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Inside Cider Factory
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.296
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Lady Nalih’la Going Down to the East

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Artist
Yasuda Shodo
Date
1887
Medium
woodblock on paper
Catalogue Number
ShY.04.01 a-c
Description
This triptych features three women on a journey. What appears to be Mount Fuji is in the background of the first panel, and all three panels are divided in half by a watery background and a yellow sandy foreground; the first panel is the only with trees but has no figures in it. A figure on a hor…
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Artist
Yasuda Shodo
Title
Lady Nalih’la Going Down to the East
Date
1887
Medium
woodblock on paper
Dimensions
37.5 x 71.0 cm
Description
This triptych features three women on a journey. What appears to be Mount Fuji is in the background of the first panel, and all three panels are divided in half by a watery background and a yellow sandy foreground; the first panel is the only with trees but has no figures in it. A figure on a horse and one standing to the left of the horse make up the second panel, in the third panel a lone figure stands, facing the women in the second panel who’s heads are turned to the left.
Subject
Landscape
Japan
Figures
Women
Nobel Ladies
Animal
Horse
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
ShY.04.01 a-c
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.294
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Man and Vats
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.294
Images
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.293
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Man Carrying Barrel
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.293
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.300
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Man Turing Press
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
25 x 11.5 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.300
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.295
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Man With Oak Barrel
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.295
Images
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Overhead View of Men Turning Press

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.301
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Overhead View of Men Turning Press
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
25 x 11.5 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.301
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Press, Block and Screw

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.298
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Press, Block and Screw
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
19.5 x 17 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.298
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.297
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Roof and Hoists
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
20 x 26 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.297
Images
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Two Men Turning Press

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.299
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Two Men Turning Press
Date
c. 1890
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
12 x 12 cm
Description
A series of ten drawings, two of which join together to form one large. All drawings relate together in that they are all on the same place and action of men at work. Originally they were in a folded piece of cardboard entitled Cider Pound.
Subject
men
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.299
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Untitled (Three Indians on Horseback in Snowstorm)

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Artist
Frederic S. Remington (1861 – 1909, American)
Date
1888 – 1909
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
ReF.04.01
Description
Three Indians on horseback, riding to the left of the picture; they are all dressed warmly, with blankets over their legs; the horses are knee deep in snow, which is swirling around; the two front Indians faces are coloured light brown, the second has 2 yellow feathers in his fur cap; the third rid…
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Artist
Frederic S. Remington (1861 – 1909, American)
Title
Untitled (Three Indians on Horseback in Snowstorm)
Date
1888 – 1909
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
28.9 x 28.3 cm
Description
Three Indians on horseback, riding to the left of the picture; they are all dressed warmly, with blankets over their legs; the horses are knee deep in snow, which is swirling around; the two front Indians faces are coloured light brown, the second has 2 yellow feathers in his fur cap; the third rider is quite indistinct.
Subject
Figure
male
Animal
horse
Weather
snowstorm
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
ReF.04.01
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