|Other Creator:||Kane, Paul, 1810-1871|
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By or after Lieutenant Warre.
Paintings described by Mr. C. P. Wilson in an article “Early Western Paintings” which appeared in The Beaver, June 1949 (no. 280).
A list of the paintings can be found in: Withington, M. C. 278.
A series of six framed oil paintings, four of them attributed to Paul Kane. Paintings depict Fort Vancouver, Snake River, buffalo, and buffalo hunting. This painting was a part of Mr. Coe's gift of his Western Collection, acquired from the widow of a grandson of Sir George Simpson, Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Territories in North America.
50.2 x 70.8 cm.
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