Collection mhm-1833 - Musee Heritage Museum Art Collection

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Musee Heritage Museum Art Collection

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  • Source of title proper: Title supplied based on the contents of the collection.

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CA MHM mhm-1833

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  • 1790, 1870, 1880, 1930-1994 (Creation)
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    Musee Heritage Museum Art Collection

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80 drawings, paintings, prints

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The Musee Heritage Museum has collected artworks, mainly for their content, ie. depiction of scenes and historic buildings of St. Albert. Other topics include native people, missionaries, and nature.

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The collection consists of pen and ink drawings, water colours, oil paintings, a tapestry, an engraving, pencil sketches, numbered prints, an acrylic, a lithograph and a colograph. The pictures depict the St. Albert mission, old and new buildings, grain elevators, religious motifs, Father Lacombe and Hector Gervais. The works are by Doug Barry, Keith Bell, Ludo Bogaerdt, Robert Briskie, Carol Brown, Danny Burns, Loren Chabot, G. Chevillet, Brian Clark, Ted De Jong, Robert Hursey, Alexander Loemans, William Stock, Vandenburg and Emilie Petitot, OMI.

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Donated to or bought by the Musee Heritage Museum.

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Record No. Oversize<br><br>

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