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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Date
2000
Medium
acid etched concrete; metal on metal
Catalogue Number
EnM.06.01
Description
grizzly bear paw print acid etched concrete table
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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Title
#4 of into the Deep
Date
2000
Medium
acid etched concrete; metal on metal
Dimensions
60.9 x 60.9 cm
Description
grizzly bear paw print acid etched concrete table
Subject
bear
table
Maureen Enns
Grizzly
Credit
Gift of Maureen Enns, Cochrane, 2010
Catalogue Number
EnM.06.01
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Artist
Davidee Showmik (1925 – 1984, Canadian)
Date
prior to 1962
Catalogue Number
SkD.06.02
Description
A green grey stone, bear is standing on very solid legs and feet. His forelegs cover his ears. Carved toes. Incised features , carved ears, whiskers indicated.
Artist
Davidee Showmik (1925 – 1984, Canadian)
Title
Bear
Date
prior to 1962
Dimensions
11.0 x 6.5 cm
Description
A green grey stone, bear is standing on very solid legs and feet. His forelegs cover his ears. Carved toes. Incised features , carved ears, whiskers indicated.
Subject
animal
bear
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
SkD.06.02
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Artist
Ashoona Pitseolak (1904 – 1983, Canadian)
Date
prior to 1962
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
PiA.04.01
Description
engraved images of a woman in long tailed parka faces to the left, arms outstretched; she is facing two bears one is standing and showing teeth. 2.8 dia. embossed circle in br
Artist
Ashoona Pitseolak (1904 – 1983, Canadian)
Title
Bears and Woman
Date
prior to 1962
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
31.5 x 45.3 cm
Description
engraved images of a woman in long tailed parka faces to the left, arms outstretched; she is facing two bears one is standing and showing teeth. 2.8 dia. embossed circle in br
Subject
animal
bear
figure
female
mythological
transformation
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
PiA.04.01
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Artist
Dale Auger (1958 – , Canadian)
Date
1998
Medium
acrylic on canvas
Catalogue Number
AuD.12.01
Description
A large painting of a First Nations man dressed as a bear. The man’s face is visible through the mouth of the bear fur that covers him. The man’s eyes are hidden by shadows. Yellow and black paint is on the rest of his face. In the claws, the man holds a wand-like stick, at the tip of which are…
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Artist
Dale Auger (1958 – , Canadian)
Title
Big Bear Medicine
Date
1998
Medium
acrylic on canvas
Dimensions
92.5 x 92.5 cm
Description
A large painting of a First Nations man dressed as a bear. The man’s face is visible through the mouth of the bear fur that covers him. The man’s eyes are hidden by shadows. Yellow and black paint is on the rest of his face. In the claws, the man holds a wand-like stick, at the tip of which are four feathers. These are in the blc of the image. On either side of the bear’s head are patches of aquamarine.
Subject
religious
First Nations
animal
bear
Credit
Purchased from Bernie Makokis, St. Paul, 2001
Catalogue Number
AuD.12.01
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Artist
Unknown
Date
prior to 1962
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.48
Description
Bear standing on all four legs. The stone it is carved out of is a black colour. The toes,ears and mouth are carved with detail. The eyes and nose are carved and then coloured with a brown colour and the mouth is carved out with teeth glued in made out of wood or ivory.
Artist
Unknown
Title
Black Bear
Date
prior to 1962
Dimensions
7.8 x 6.4 x 16.3 cm
Description
Bear standing on all four legs. The stone it is carved out of is a black colour. The toes,ears and mouth are carved with detail. The eyes and nose are carved and then coloured with a brown colour and the mouth is carved out with teeth glued in made out of wood or ivory.
Subject
bear
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.48
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Catharine and Peter Season’s Greetings

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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1930 – 1960
Medium
graphite; ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.939
Description
Christmas card drawing. A group of animals are painting canvases that are resting on easels. They are facing the viewer suggesting they could be painting you. Below the drawing it says “CATHARINE AND PETER SEASON’S GREETINGS” and in the TRC “164”
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Catharine and Peter Season’s Greetings
Date
1930 – 1960
Medium
graphite; ink on paper
Dimensions
17.7 x 25.9 cm
Description
Christmas card drawing. A group of animals are painting canvases that are resting on easels. They are facing the viewer suggesting they could be painting you. Below the drawing it says “CATHARINE AND PETER SEASON’S GREETINGS” and in the TRC “164”
Subject
animal
moose
bird
squirrel
mouse
deer
bear
rabbit
wolf
easel
canvas
paint
painting
brush
palette
Christmas card
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyP.03.939
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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Date
1992
Medium
collage on paper
Catalogue Number
EnM.13.01
Description
A black, white and red, abstracted collage. Background is painted red with black streaks. The dominant part of the piece is a photo of a bear that has been cut out and placed on top of a mountain landscape that has been drawn using charcoal. Framing the charcoal landscape is a black and white strip…
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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Title
Exit - Divide Pass
Date
1992
Medium
collage on paper
Dimensions
32.7 x 38.0 cm
Description
A black, white and red, abstracted collage. Background is painted red with black streaks. The dominant part of the piece is a photo of a bear that has been cut out and placed on top of a mountain landscape that has been drawn using charcoal. Framing the charcoal landscape is a black and white striped border. There is a red outline around the bear and the bear’s shadow is painted in black at its feet. The shadow drops out of frame just right of centre at bottom of artwork. At the bottom left, extending across the image, is a block of black and white stripes. The artist signature is in the bottom rhc written in pencil, “Maureen Enns” and on the bottom lhc is the title of the work, also written in pencil, “Exit - Divide Pass”.
Subject
bear
Maureen Enns
Credit
Gift of Maureen Enns, Cochrane, 2010
Catalogue Number
EnM.13.01
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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
Parr
Date
1909
Medium
stonecut on paper
Catalogue Number
PaR.04.01
Description
General colour: black on white. Three hunters in kayaks line up one above the other on the right side facing left. Three walrus with harpoons stuck in them are stacked one above the next on the left side. At the bottom to the left is a bear.
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Artist
Parr
Title
Hunters
Date
1909
Medium
stonecut on paper
Dimensions
55.1 x 75.6 cm
Description
General colour: black on white. Three hunters in kayaks line up one above the other on the right side facing left. Three walrus with harpoons stuck in them are stacked one above the next on the left side. At the bottom to the left is a bear.
Subject
figure, male, animal, walrus
bear
hunting
Credit
Purchased from Quest, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
PaR.04.01
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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Date
1993
Medium
oil; acrylic on canvas
Catalogue Number
EnM.12.01
Description
The center of the painting is a bear turned so it is looking to the left and out of the image frame. Behind the bear is a mountain range with some snow and ice throughout. In the bottom left corner there is a skull from a bighorn sheep. The lower right hand corner has bear foot prints in black with…
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Artist
Maureen Enns (1949 – , Canadian)
Title
King of the Rockies
Date
1993
Medium
oil; acrylic on canvas
Dimensions
213.3 x 152.4 cm
Description
The center of the painting is a bear turned so it is looking to the left and out of the image frame. Behind the bear is a mountain range with some snow and ice throughout. In the bottom left corner there is a skull from a bighorn sheep. The lower right hand corner has bear foot prints in black with red around them. The bear has a brown colour fur and the ground that it is standing on is blue green. The sky is also a green colour while the mountains have green shadows and white highlights. Located directly behind the bear are two black lines that crisscross as they get higher to the top of the painting.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
animal
bear
Credit
Gift of Maureen Enns, Cochrane, 1996
Catalogue Number
EnM.12.01
Images
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