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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1971
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.005
Description
An Alberta harvest scene. In the foreground is an area of wheat that has been cut down in concentric circles. A circular area of wheat has been left standing in the centre of the circles. This field of wheat is a vivid orange and a pale yellow. At the centre-right of the image is a black oil de…
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Alberta Harvest
Date
1971
Medium
ink on paper
Description
An Alberta harvest scene. In the foreground is an area of wheat that has been cut down in concentric circles. A circular area of wheat has been left standing in the centre of the circles. This field of wheat is a vivid orange and a pale yellow. At the centre-right of the image is a black oil derrick. To the left of the derrick and further in the distance are several grain elevators, of which a few are bright red. In the distance are the Rocky Mountains. A soft grey-blue sky makes up the top portion of the print.
Subject
landscape
prairies
Canadian Rockies
architecture
rural
grain elevators
activity
farming
oil well
Credit
Gift of George Weber, 1973
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.005
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Elevators, Radway, Alberta

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Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Date
1972
Medium
ink on paper
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.012
Description
Red and white grain elevators are at the centre of the print. They bear the logos of “Alberta Pacific” and “United Grain Growers.” Four are larger and in the foreground. Another one is visible further away. Smaller outbuildings and telephone poles surround the grain elevators. The sky is a cle…
Artist
George Weber (1907 – 2002, Canadian)
Title
Elevators, Radway, Alberta
Date
1972
Medium
ink on paper
Description
Red and white grain elevators are at the centre of the print. They bear the logos of “Alberta Pacific” and “United Grain Growers.” Four are larger and in the foreground. Another one is visible further away. Smaller outbuildings and telephone poles surround the grain elevators. The sky is a clear blue that fades to white on the horizon. Thin streaky clouds stretch across the print. The foreground is green, white and dark brown. It looks like it has been plowed in roughly even rows.
Subject
architecture
rural
grain elevators
landscape
prairies
Credit
Gift of George Weber, 1973
Catalogue Number
WbG.04.012
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Artist
Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C. (1906 – 1979, Canadian)
Date
1944
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
WyC.01.059
Description
Grain elevators on prairie in Fort Macleod area.
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Artist
Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C. (1906 – 1979, Canadian)
Title
Fort MacLeod
Date
1944
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
22.8 x 28.0 cm
Description
Grain elevators on prairie in Fort Macleod area.
Subject
landscape
prairie
architecture, rural
grain elevators
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
WyC.01.059
Images
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