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Lake Minnewanka and Mount Inglismaldie

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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Date
1890
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
BeS.02.01
Description
Colour: blue, green. The lower half is a lake with two people in a canoe right of center. A piece of land with evergreens comes out at the right side. The upper half is a mountain range. At the left side in the distance is another range. Above is clear blue sky.This painting was lent to the Winnipe…
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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Title
Lake Minnewanka and Mount Inglismaldie
Date
1890
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
34.0 x 57.0 cm
Description
Colour: blue, green. The lower half is a lake with two people in a canoe right of center. A piece of land with evergreens comes out at the right side. The upper half is a mountain range. At the left side in the distance is another range. Above is clear blue sky.This painting was lent to the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 1975 to be included in the exhibition The Railway: A Patron of the Arts in Canada. The exhibition was circulated accross the country for two years.
Subject
landscape
lake, mountain
Lake Minnewanka
Mount Inglismaldie
figure, male
Credit
Purchased from Red River Books, 1968
Catalogue Number
BeS.02.01
Images
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View of Goat Mountain

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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Date
1888
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.01
Description
Colour: blue, green, yellow. Two people in a canoe paddle across the lake in the lower part of the picture. Two shore lines are seen on both sides. Beyond are yellow and green hills rising up to purple mountain One pear is prominent in the distance. Clear blue fills the top.This painting was lent t…
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Artist
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith (1846 – 1923, Canadian)
Title
View of Goat Mountain
Date
1888
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
40.5 x 30.3 cm
Description
Colour: blue, green, yellow. Two people in a canoe paddle across the lake in the lower part of the picture. Two shore lines are seen on both sides. Beyond are yellow and green hills rising up to purple mountain One pear is prominent in the distance. Clear blue fills the top.This painting was lent to the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 1975 to be included in the exhibition The Railway: A patron of the Arts in Canada. The exhibition was circulated across the country for two years.
Subject
landscape, lake, mountain
Vermilion Lake ?
figure, male
Credit
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tabuteau, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
BeS.05.01
Images
Less detail
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