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Maple Creek, Border of Alberta

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1875
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.05.43
Description
Scene of grassy field leading to the distance with the red roof of some houses seen.“This very yellow landscape appears to have been an early experiment, lacking Collings’ finesse and resulting in ‘rubbed’ paper in the left portion of the sky.” -- “Charles John Collings, 1848-1931” Catalogue Rai…
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Maple Creek, Border of Alberta
Date
c. 1875
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
13.5 x 19 cm
Description
Scene of grassy field leading to the distance with the red roof of some houses seen.“This very yellow landscape appears to have been an early experiment, lacking Collings’ finesse and resulting in ‘rubbed’ paper in the left portion of the sky.” -- “Charles John Collings, 1848-1931” Catalogue Raisonne by Linda Heath
Subject
landscape
yellow
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1986
Catalogue Number
CoJ.05.43
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1880
Medium
watercolour on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.05.02
Description
Scene of houses and dwellings, grey brown with brown roof. - pale blue sky, with a pale brown/yellow sun in the center.“The houses in this (probably English) town extend onto a stone bridge but there is some confusion in architectural structure and progression. A rather static figure, centre left, …
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Old Town
Date
c. 1880
Medium
watercolour on paper
Dimensions
16.5 x 18.5 cm
Description
Scene of houses and dwellings, grey brown with brown roof. - pale blue sky, with a pale brown/yellow sun in the center.“The houses in this (probably English) town extend onto a stone bridge but there is some confusion in architectural structure and progression. A rather static figure, centre left, is further evidence of an early date for this painting.” -- “Charles John Collings, 1848-1931” Catalogue Raisonne by Linda Heath
Subject
landscape
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1982
Catalogue Number
CoJ.05.02
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Artist
S. K. M.
Date
1875 – 1900
Medium
paper on cloth
Catalogue Number
MsK.09.01
Artist
S. K. M.
Title
Sketchbook
Date
1875 – 1900
Medium
paper on cloth
Dimensions
15.0 x 22.7 cm
Subject
sketchbook
landscape
mountain
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
MsK.09.01
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Snow Scene in Oume, Hunabiki-Doli

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Artist
Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847 – 1915, Japanese)
Date
1879
Medium
woodblock on paper
Catalogue Number
KiY.04.02
Description
two ladies standing near a bridge, wearing stilted clogs and carrying closed umbrellas, three other people appear in the distance, the sky and water are very grey, trees and buildings are lightly covered with snow
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Artist
Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847 – 1915, Japanese)
Title
Snow Scene in Oume, Hunabiki-Doli
Date
1879
Medium
woodblock on paper
Dimensions
24.9 x 36.7 cm
Description
two ladies standing near a bridge, wearing stilted clogs and carrying closed umbrellas, three other people appear in the distance, the sky and water are very grey, trees and buildings are lightly covered with snow
Subject
landscape
figure
group
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
KiY.04.02
Images
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