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Artist
Unknown
Date
1880 – 1900
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.06
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Artist
Unknown
Title
The Bird Tree
Date
1880 – 1900
Dimensions
20.8 x 4.7 x 10.0 cm
Subject
figure, male
animal
mythological
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.06
Images
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Artist
Andrew Kakik
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
KaA.06.01
Description
A hunter in a kayak with three caribou swimming in front of him. Made out of wood on wood base.
Artist
Andrew Kakik
Title
Caribou and Kayak
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
7.5 x 8.0 x 28.3 cm
Description
A hunter in a kayak with three caribou swimming in front of him. Made out of wood on wood base.
Subject
figure, male
animal
caribou
hunting
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
KaA.06.01
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Date
1978
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.15
Description
A realistic rendering of a mounted cowboy in full regalia on a fully equipped western horse. Cast in solid bronze from the lost wax process. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which was one part of four of the display Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
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Artist
Charles A. Beil (1894 – 1976, Canadian)
Title
Caribou Cowboy
Date
1978
Dimensions
41.0 x 13.0 x 40.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a mounted cowboy in full regalia on a fully equipped western horse. Cast in solid bronze from the lost wax process. Part of the display Charlie Beil - Man of Versatility which was one part of four of the display Charlie Beil - A Western Sculptor.
Subject
figure, male
cowboy
animal, horse
Credit
Gift of Devonian Group of Charitable Foundations, 1979
Catalogue Number
BeC.06.15
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Artist
Hakka
Date
prior to 1962
Catalogue Number
HaK.06.04
Description
One piece grey stone, family of 3 standing side by side. Group appears to be father, mother and child, all dressed in typical parkas. Features are carved, hair indicated on foreheads. The left, largest figure holds a goose by the neck in his left hand. The central figure has her hands together …
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Artist
Hakka
Title
The Carollers
Date
prior to 1962
Dimensions
24.5 x 22.5 cm
Description
One piece grey stone, family of 3 standing side by side. Group appears to be father, mother and child, all dressed in typical parkas. Features are carved, hair indicated on foreheads. The left, largest figure holds a goose by the neck in his left hand. The central figure has her hands together in front. The small figure has left hand in front and right arm around the back of the mother. The smallest figure is 15.5 tall.
Subject
figure
group
family
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
HaK.06.04
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Artist
Tommy
Date
prior to 1962
Catalogue Number
ToM.06.01
Description
Mottled black stone. 2 sitting children facing each other, legs entwined, arms up against each other, cover the face of the smaller child. The bigger child's parka hood is off,carved features, appear to be smiling.
Artist
Tommy
Title
Children Playing
Date
prior to 1962
Dimensions
11.0 x 10.5 cm
Description
Mottled black stone. 2 sitting children facing each other, legs entwined, arms up against each other, cover the face of the smaller child. The bigger child's parka hood is off,carved features, appear to be smiling.
Subject
figure, child
group
Credit
Gift of Doreen Hutchinson, Calgary, 1988
Catalogue Number
ToM.06.01
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Artist
Qumaluk
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
QuM.06.01
Description
Figure of child on small platform, carrying caribou foreleg under left arm, held in front with both child's hands. Wearing parka and mittens. Detail on hoof of leg. Syllabics scratched on base and 71367. Prob. Purchased by CRW on 1968 Povungnituk trip. Identification of artist provided by Patrick F…
Artist
Qumaluk
Title
Child with Hoof
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
6.7 x 3.9 x 4.0 cm
Description
Figure of child on small platform, carrying caribou foreleg under left arm, held in front with both child's hands. Wearing parka and mittens. Detail on hoof of leg. Syllabics scratched on base and 71367. Prob. Purchased by CRW on 1968 Povungnituk trip. Identification of artist provided by Patrick Furneaux in August, 1976, who spent 8-9 years in Povungnituk.
Subject
figure, child
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
QuM.06.01
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Date
1937
Catalogue Number
WyP.06.01
Description
A realistic rendering of a male downhill skier in action, right leg and ski slightly in front of left, knees bent, elbows up holding metal ski poles. The ski poles have metal baskets soldered on to main shaft. The base is a triangular shaped piece 8.7 cm at the back tapering to the front which is 2…
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Artist
Peter Whyte (1905 – 1966, Canadian)
Title
Downhill Skier
Date
1937
Dimensions
29.0 x 9.5 x 28.0 cm
Description
A realistic rendering of a male downhill skier in action, right leg and ski slightly in front of left, knees bent, elbows up holding metal ski poles. The ski poles have metal baskets soldered on to main shaft. The base is a triangular shaped piece 8.7 cm at the back tapering to the front which is 2.5 cm high. The whole sculpture, excluding the poles, is painted silver.
Subject
figure
skier
activity
skiing
Credit
Gift of Bob Leighton, 1971
Catalogue Number
WyP.06.01
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Artist
Unknown
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.60
Description
Sculpted man playing drum. Man wearing hooded parka, slightly hunched over and playing drum in left hand with drumstick held in right hand; Quest (Banff store) sticker removed and Canadian Eskimo Art sticker discarded indicated Repulse Bay, Artist Unknown.
Artist
Unknown
Title
Drummer
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
18.4 x 7.8 x 15.0 cm
Description
Sculpted man playing drum. Man wearing hooded parka, slightly hunched over and playing drum in left hand with drumstick held in right hand; Quest (Banff store) sticker removed and Canadian Eskimo Art sticker discarded indicated Repulse Bay, Artist Unknown.
Subject
figure, male
activity, dancing
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.60
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Artist
Augaahs
Date
c. 1965
Catalogue Number
AuG.06.01
Description
Two figures facing the same direction, the one behind is pushing the other; both dressed in parkas with the hood off the head; pants are indicated cut off at the knees; facial features are carved in, the eyes are hols, nose protruding,mouth indicated only in front figure; the arms of the back perso…
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Artist
Augaahs
Title
Father and Son
Date
c. 1965
Dimensions
52.0 x 23.0 x 39.0 cm
Description
Two figures facing the same direction, the one behind is pushing the other; both dressed in parkas with the hood off the head; pants are indicated cut off at the knees; facial features are carved in, the eyes are hols, nose protruding,mouth indicated only in front figure; the arms of the back person are extended to the front person giving an indication of pushing; both figures are bent forward at the waist. The fossilized whalebone has an open texture overall.
Subject
figure
male
Credit
Gift of D. S. Harvie, 1969
Catalogue Number
AuG.06.01
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Artist
Unknown
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.13
Description
A parka clad figure is bent over, straddling a bird, he has a piece of rope in each hand which goes under and around the bird's neck. The shapes of the parka, pants, etc. are broadly defined. The face shows ears, eyes, nose and mouth, the bird has eyes, a beak with 2 nostrils. On the bottom: E9937.
Artist
Unknown
Title
Figure With Bird
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
28.5 x 12.5 x 25.0 cm
Description
A parka clad figure is bent over, straddling a bird, he has a piece of rope in each hand which goes under and around the bird's neck. The shapes of the parka, pants, etc. are broadly defined. The face shows ears, eyes, nose and mouth, the bird has eyes, a beak with 2 nostrils. On the bottom: E9937.
Subject
figure, male
hunting
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1971
Catalogue Number
UnK.06.13
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