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Across the North Saskatchewan River/Shadows

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactgrl.01.28
Artist
Les Graff (1936 – , Canadian)
Date
2003 – 2003
Medium
oil on masonite board
Catalogue Number
GrL.01.28
Description
An oil sketch of a landscape. The primary colours used are green, grey, purple and beige. The upper third of the piece is in green, red and beige, with the shadows of the trees depicted as red lines. The majority of the canvas centre is grey, with a variety of colours on the right centre. The artis…
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Artist
Les Graff (1936 – , Canadian)
Title
Across the North Saskatchewan River/Shadows
Date
2003 – 2003
Medium
oil on masonite board
Dimensions
35.6 x 40.7 cm
Description
An oil sketch of a landscape. The primary colours used are green, grey, purple and beige. The upper third of the piece is in green, red and beige, with the shadows of the trees depicted as red lines. The majority of the canvas centre is grey, with a variety of colours on the right centre. The artist’s signature is in the blhc in purple paint. Au verso, written in black ink in the tlhc, “47/R”.
Subject
landscape
river
shadow
Credit
Gift of Les Graff, Bashaw, 2007
Catalogue Number
GrL.01.28
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1929
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
WyP.01.150
Description
Colour: green, purple. Across the bottom and angling up left is grass with trees, three at left and two at right, along the river's edge. The green river comes in from the right side, goes left and then up right side to disappear into the far shore of dark trees. The right shore juts in from that s…
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Alexander River
Date
1929
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
30.5 x 28 cm
Description
Colour: green, purple. Across the bottom and angling up left is grass with trees, three at left and two at right, along the river's edge. The green river comes in from the right side, goes left and then up right side to disappear into the far shore of dark trees. The right shore juts in from that side, halfway up. In the background across the top are purple mountains. Five peaks meet a green grey sky.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
river
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1975
Catalogue Number
WyP.01.150
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Along the Athabasca, Jasper National Park, Alberta

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactwbg.04.032
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1991
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.032
Description
Athabasca River flows through crevasse at centre of image. Trees on cliffs at each side of river.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Along the Athabasca, Jasper National Park, Alberta
Date
1991
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
20.3 x 28.0 cm
Description
Athabasca River flows through crevasse at centre of image. Trees on cliffs at each side of river.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Jasper National Park
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.032
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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
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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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 e
Description
Athabasca River flows from vanishing point towards foreground where it falls over a ledge. Trees line both sides of falls.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
The Athabasca
Date
1989
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
15.0 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.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.065 e
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Athabasca River, Jasper, Alberta

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactwbg.04.057
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1980
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.057
Description
Athabasca River at midpoint of image. Trees and valley in forground.
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Athabasca River, Jasper, Alberta
Date
1980
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
13.8 x 17.9 cm
Description
Athabasca River at midpoint of image. Trees and valley in forground.
Subject
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Athabasca River
Credit
Gift of Donna Tingley, Edmonton, 2004
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.057
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