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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.229
Description
Two snow-covered structures in mid-section, behind structures is a tree line,and in extreme background are hills.“The Shuswap area where Collings settled in 1910 has an annual snow fall of up to 1.5 metres; these snow-laden cabins were probably situated in that region.” -- “Charles John Collings, 1…
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Early Settlers
Date
n.d.
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
18.5 x 25.2 cm
Description
Two snow-covered structures in mid-section, behind structures is a tree line,and in extreme background are hills.“The Shuswap area where Collings settled in 1910 has an annual snow fall of up to 1.5 metres; these snow-laden cabins were probably situated in that region.” -- “Charles John Collings, 1848-1931” Catalogue Raisonne by Linda Heath
Subject
landscape
snow
cabin
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1983
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.229
Images
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Snow Trail to Colling’s House [?]

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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Date
c. 1920
Medium
graphite on paper
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.520
Description
A light pencil sketch of a winter scene of a path that leads to a structure in the distance. To the right of the path, trees have snow on them. Appears that page has been divided in half by a vertical fold
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Artist
Charles John Collings (1848 – 1931, British)
Title
Snow Trail to Colling’s House [?]
Date
c. 1920
Medium
graphite on paper
Dimensions
28.0 x 38.5 cm
Description
A light pencil sketch of a winter scene of a path that leads to a structure in the distance. To the right of the path, trees have snow on them. Appears that page has been divided in half by a vertical fold
Subject
house
path
structure
snow
winter
trees
Credit
Gift of John Rivette, Seymour Arm, 1997
Catalogue Number
CoJ.03.520
Images
Less detail
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