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Artist
Stanley Wingate Woodward (1890 – 1970, American)
Date
1929
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
WoS.03.02
Description
Robb on back of frame, so was possibly purchased by Catharine before her marriage (1930) or was purchased by Catharine's mother, Edith Morse Robb.
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Artist
Stanley Wingate Woodward (1890 – 1970, American)
Title
Fish Houses
Date
1929
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
24.0 x 18.8 cm
Description
Robb on back of frame, so was possibly purchased by Catharine before her marriage (1930) or was purchased by Catharine's mother, Edith Morse Robb.
Subject
architecture, urban
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WoS.03.02
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Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactgoe.03.01
Artist
Edward Goodall (1909 – 1982, Canadian)
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
GoE.03.01
Description
General colour: black on white. Central image is a large stone building surrounded by large trees. Mountain-sides riseup behind and to the left. There is a golf flag on the lawn in the lower right corner.
Artist
Edward Goodall (1909 – 1982, Canadian)
Title
Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
12.0 x 19.4 cm
Description
General colour: black on white. Central image is a large stone building surrounded by large trees. Mountain-sides riseup behind and to the left. There is a golf flag on the lawn in the lower right corner.
Subject
architecture
landscape
Credit
Gift of Forrest (Pat) Oliver Brewster, Banff, 1967
Catalogue Number
GoE.03.01
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Bow River Boat House 1952

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifacthac.03.01
Artist
Cyril Harris ( – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1952
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
HaC.03.01
Description
General colour: brown on white. Three buildings - lake in front - trees behind - a flag pole with flag rises behind the house at the right. The house at the left has a chimney and is long and narrow.
Artist
Cyril Harris ( – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Bow River Boat House 1952
Date
1952
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
15.1 x 21.5 cm
Description
General colour: brown on white. Three buildings - lake in front - trees behind - a flag pole with flag rises behind the house at the right. The house at the left has a chimney and is long and narrow.
Subject
landscape
lake
architecture, rural
Credit
Gift of Cyril Paris, Banff, 1968
Catalogue Number
HaC.03.01
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Indian Village Of Koksilah

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactlac.03.04
Artist
Arthur Crocker Leighton, R. C. A. (1901 – 1965, Canadian)
Date
1935
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
LaC.03.04
Description
General colour: brown ink on white. A pencil grid of three quarter inch squares has been laid over a birds eye view of an indian village. Left of center is a church. A road goes up and right from it. There are buildings here and there. Tree branches in the lower left corner and trees spaced across …
Artist
Arthur Crocker Leighton, R. C. A. (1901 – 1965, Canadian)
Title
Indian Village Of Koksilah
Date
1935
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
26.6 x 28.5 cm
Description
General colour: brown ink on white. A pencil grid of three quarter inch squares has been laid over a birds eye view of an indian village. Left of center is a church. A road goes up and right from it. There are buildings here and there. Tree branches in the lower left corner and trees spaced across the upper area.
Subject
landscape
architecture
urban
Credit
Gift of Peter and Judith Jekill, Calgary, 1973
Catalogue Number
LaC.03.04
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Artist
Arthur Crocker Leighton, R. C. A. (1901 – 1965, Canadian)
Date
prior to 1965
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
LaC.03.07
Description
General colour: pencil. Road narrows from bottom edge to center. Scattered telegraph poles run along the left side of the road. A grain elevator stands at the right side.
Artist
Arthur Crocker Leighton, R. C. A. (1901 – 1965, Canadian)
Title
Untitled
Date
prior to 1965
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
19.0 x 24.0 cm
Description
General colour: pencil. Road narrows from bottom edge to center. Scattered telegraph poles run along the left side of the road. A grain elevator stands at the right side.
Subject
landscape
prairie
architecture
rural
Credit
Gift of Peter and Judith Jekill, Calgary, 1973
Catalogue Number
LaC.03.07
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Artist
W. S. Painter (1877 – 1957, Canadian)
Date
later than 1896
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
PaW.03.01
Description
A stylized face surrounded by an ornamental floral and leave design. The mouth is open and laughing. Could be a design for a carved or molded door knocker.
Artist
W. S. Painter (1877 – 1957, Canadian)
Title
Untitled
Date
later than 1896
Medium
ink on paper
Dimensions
29.0 x 36.5 cm
Description
A stylized face surrounded by an ornamental floral and leave design. The mouth is open and laughing. Could be a design for a carved or molded door knocker.
Subject
portrait, male
architecture
W.S Painter
Credit
Gift of W. (family) Painter, 1975
Catalogue Number
PaW.03.01
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Artist
Maurice Christopher Wright (1906 – )
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
WrM.03.02
Description
Colour: black on blue. Central image in the lower half is a building with fort walls and corner posts. On the right side in front is a tree - above it are branches of another tree. On the left side is a tree with branches from another tree . On the left side is a tree with branches from another tre…
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Artist
Maurice Christopher Wright (1906 – )
Title
Luxton Museum
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
42.2 x 49.6 cm
Description
Colour: black on blue. Central image in the lower half is a building with fort walls and corner posts. On the right side in front is a tree - above it are branches of another tree. On the left side is a tree with branches from another tree . On the left side is a tree with branches from another tree in the upper left corner. Behind the building are mountains and sky.
Subject
landscape, mountain
architecture, rural
Credit
Gift of Peter and Judith Jekill, Calgary, 1974
Catalogue Number
WrM.03.02
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Artist
Lorne Beug (1948 – , Canadian)
Date
1976
Medium
mixed media on paper
Catalogue Number
BeL.03.01
Description
The page is covered with whimsical sketches and descriptions.
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Artist
Lorne Beug (1948 – , Canadian)
Title
Parahighway Specs
Date
1976
Medium
mixed media on paper
Dimensions
56.5 x 76.3 cm
Description
The page is covered with whimsical sketches and descriptions.
Subject
architecture
archeological
whimsey
Credit
Gift of Jon Whyte, Banff, 1992
Catalogue Number
BeL.03.01
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Main Street, Canmore 1944

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactdak.03.22
Artist
Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper (1898 – 1994, Canadian)
Date
1944
Medium
wax crayon on paper
Catalogue Number
DaK.03.22
Description
A street with 2 store fronts and another building around the corner dominates the picture. In the foreground is a board fence with a bicycle leaning up against it. In the background are mountains, including The Three Sisters.
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Artist
Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper (1898 – 1994, Canadian)
Title
Main Street, Canmore 1944
Date
1944
Medium
wax crayon on paper
Dimensions
29.1 x 36.7 cm
Description
A street with 2 store fronts and another building around the corner dominates the picture. In the foreground is a board fence with a bicycle leaning up against it. In the background are mountains, including The Three Sisters.
Subject
architecture, urban
landscape
Canadian Rockies
The Three Sisters
Credit
Purchased from Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper, 1989
Catalogue Number
DaK.03.22
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Change of Shift, Miners, Canmore 1944

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/artifactdak.03.20
Artist
Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper (1898 – 1994, Canadian)
Date
1944
Medium
wax crayon on paper
Catalogue Number
DaK.03.20
Description
Mine site, with buildings and mine entrance. Open rail cars and men dominate the bottom two thirds of the picture. Top third is trees and mountains.
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Artist
Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper (1898 – 1994, Canadian)
Title
Change of Shift, Miners, Canmore 1944
Date
1944
Medium
wax crayon on paper
Dimensions
29.4 x 37.0 cm
Description
Mine site, with buildings and mine entrance. Open rail cars and men dominate the bottom two thirds of the picture. Top third is trees and mountains.
Subject
architecture, urban
figure, group
landscape
Canadian Rockies
Credit
Purchased from Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper, 1989
Catalogue Number
DaK.03.20
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