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Ride Alberta's Canadian Pacific Rockies [map]

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue23376
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Published Date
198-?
Publisher
[Edmonton] : Travel Alberta
Call Number
C6-4.1e
Publisher
[Edmonton] : Travel Alberta
Published Date
198-?
Physical Description
1 map : col
Scale
indeterminable
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Subjects
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, Hay Murray
Notes
Map showing Trail Rider's routes and campsites?
Call Number
C6-4.1e
Collection
Archives Library
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Ride Alberta's Canadian Pacific Rockies [map]

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue24309
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Published Date
198-?
Publisher
[Edmonton] : Travel Alberta
Call Number
C6-4.1e
Publisher
[Edmonton] : Travel Alberta
Published Date
198-?
Physical Description
1 map : col
Scale
indeterminable
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Subjects
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, Hay Murray
Notes
Map showing Trail Rider's routes and campsites?
Call Number
C6-4.1e
Collection
Archives Library
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Mt. Rundle, Vermilion Lakes, Banff, N.W.T.

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactbes.05.06
Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Date
1887
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.06
Description
Mt. Rundle with Vermilion Lakes in foreground. A figure in a canoe is on the shore of the lake in the lower centre of image.
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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Title
Mt. Rundle, Vermilion Lakes, Banff, N.W.T.
Date
1887
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
33.5 x 48.6 cm
Description
Mt. Rundle with Vermilion Lakes in foreground. A figure in a canoe is on the shore of the lake in the lower centre of image.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Mount Rundle
Vermilion Lakes
activity
canoeing
Credit
Gift of Ted and Judy Mills, Mill Bay, 2005
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.06
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Trestles at the Loop

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactbes.05.04
Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Date
1890
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.04
Description
Kicking Horse Pass. Train trestle bridges wind around bases of mountains in valley.
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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Title
Trestles at the Loop
Date
1890
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
31.0 x 47.7 cm
Description
Kicking Horse Pass. Train trestle bridges wind around bases of mountains in valley.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Kicking Horse Pass, transportation
train
CPR
Credit
Purchased from Masters Gallery ltd., Calgary, 2004
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.04
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
1893
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
CoJ.02.03
Description
Scene in a forest with a stream. Overall green value of the painting, - there is a herring standing in the steam just below center at the narrowest part where the stream seems to drop to a lower level. - dark green shadows across the top of the trees where they appear to canopy the scene. - dark br…
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
His Haunt
Date
1893
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
45.5 x 30.5 cm
Description
Scene in a forest with a stream. Overall green value of the painting, - there is a herring standing in the steam just below center at the narrowest part where the stream seems to drop to a lower level. - dark green shadows across the top of the trees where they appear to canopy the scene. - dark brown bank to the left of the steam, and a dark green/yellow to the right of the stream.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
heron
stream
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1982
Catalogue Number
CoJ.02.03
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Castle Mountain Siding

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactzoc.13.01
Artist
C. Zollern
Date
1895
Medium
watercolour; photograph on paper
Catalogue Number
ZoC.13.01
Description
Colour: green, yellow. Three frames inside one. Top picture is a painting of a group of wooden buildings left of center with a flag pole (flag is flying) and antlers on the roof. In front are railway tracks with a team of four workers going along on a cart. Behind is a river with a man fishing in i…
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Artist
C. Zollern
Title
Castle Mountain Siding
Date
1895
Medium
watercolour; photograph on paper
Dimensions
34.8 x 47.5 cm
Description
Colour: green, yellow. Three frames inside one. Top picture is a painting of a group of wooden buildings left of center with a flag pole (flag is flying) and antlers on the roof. In front are railway tracks with a team of four workers going along on a cart. Behind is a river with a man fishing in it on the right. On both sides of the river are trees and in the distance are mountains. Sky fills the top. The lower two pictures are photographs. The left is of the first Banff Springs Hotel and Rundle Mountain. The right is looking down the main street of Banff in 1895.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
mountain
architecture
rura;
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1974
Catalogue Number
ZoC.13.01
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Rockies in Moonlight

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Artist
George Horne Russell (1861 – 1933, Canadian)
Date
1898
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
RuG.02.01
Description
Moonlit scene of the Canadian Rockies. The snowy peaks of a mountain are lit up by a crescent shaped moon in the top right corner. A wall of blue and grey mountain makes up most of the painting. The impression of trees is visible at the base of the mountain. The sky is a dark blue.
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Artist
George Horne Russell (1861 – 1933, Canadian)
Title
Rockies in Moonlight
Date
1898
Medium
oil on canvas
Description
Moonlit scene of the Canadian Rockies. The snowy peaks of a mountain are lit up by a crescent shaped moon in the top right corner. A wall of blue and grey mountain makes up most of the painting. The impression of trees is visible at the base of the mountain. The sky is a dark blue.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
night
moonlight
Credit
Purchased from The Collector’s Gallery , Calgary, 2004
Catalogue Number
RuG.02.01
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Mt. Sir Donald and IIllecillewaet River Glacier, B.C.

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Artist
Thomas Mower Martin (1838 – 1934, Canadian)
Date
1900 – 1900
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
MrT.05.04
Description
This painting features a mountain range and a river. The upper half of the work contains the mountains. There is a peak in the tlc, and in front of this peak, cut off by the left border, stretches a brownish mountain which reaches diagonally to the right and merges with the rest of the range. Th…
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Artist
Thomas Mower Martin (1838 – 1934, Canadian)
Title
Mt. Sir Donald and IIllecillewaet River Glacier, B.C.
Date
1900 – 1900
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
67.0 x 49.0 cm
Description
This painting features a mountain range and a river. The upper half of the work contains the mountains. There is a peak in the tlc, and in front of this peak, cut off by the left border, stretches a brownish mountain which reaches diagonally to the right and merges with the rest of the range. This range hosts a glacier. The river portion of the painting is separated from the mountains by a row of tall evergreen trees which appear to follow the river, in front of these trees are small leafy bushes, and then rocks by the shore of the river. In the brc, the river is interrupted by large rocks, which create a small series of falls. The river exits the painting along the whole bottom of the work.
Subject
landscape
Mountains
Canadian Rockies
Mt. Sir Donald
Illecillewaet River Glacier.
Credit
Gift of Molly Vaux, New York, USA, 1999
Catalogue Number
MrT.05.04
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Artist
Frank Wasley
Date
1902
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
WaF.05.01
Description
Untitled mountain landscape. The paint is applied in a free, almost drippy style, with quite opaque sections and the inclusion of white paint. The lake divides the piece in half, the bottom of which bears reflections of the trees and shrublike growth on the land above the lake. The trees are pain…
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Artist
Frank Wasley
Title
O’Hara Lake
Date
1902
Medium
watercolour on paper
Description
Untitled mountain landscape. The paint is applied in a free, almost drippy style, with quite opaque sections and the inclusion of white paint. The lake divides the piece in half, the bottom of which bears reflections of the trees and shrublike growth on the land above the lake. The trees are painted with forest greens, browns and yellow of a pale hue. There are two main groupings of trees on the shore of the lake: one on the very left cropped by the mat, and one closer to the right side. There is a canoe in the lake in the blc filled with people. The mountains meet the lake except in the mid left of the picture where a small rock formation lies in between the lake and mountain, and are predominately pale pinks, purples and white in colour. These colours are reflected in the lake. The sky is a pale yellow and mauve in colour.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Credit
Gift of L. A. Miles, 1998
Catalogue Number
WaF.05.01
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Artist
Katherine Longstaff Wedgwood
Date
1903
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
WeK.05.01
Description
Camping scene of tents in forested area at 40 Mile Creek near Cascade Mountain. Smoke from fire on left of image.
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Artist
Katherine Longstaff Wedgwood
Title
Untitled
Date
1903
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
22 x 30.4 cm
Description
Camping scene of tents in forested area at 40 Mile Creek near Cascade Mountain. Smoke from fire on left of image.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
40 Mile Creek
forest
Activity
camping
Credit
Gift of Bobby Hunter, 1973
Catalogue Number
WeK.05.01
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