ART OF THE AMERICAS-TCXG 377
Defining the Land: The European View II

Peter Rindisbacher, York Factory, the Hudson’s Bay Company post on Hudson’s Bay, 1821, watercolor, 6 1/4 x 8 ½"
Henry James Warre, An Indian Chief’s Tomb on the Cowelitz River, Oregon Territory, 1846, watercolor, 6 ½ x 10"
Henry James Warre, Ascending the Rocky Mountains on the return of Warre’s party to Canada, 1846, watercolor, 10 x 6 3/4"
Edward Roper, San Juan Island and Mount Baker from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, 1887, watercolor, 14 3/4 x 29 3/4"
Paul Kane, Fort Garry and St. Boniface, c. 1851-56, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Paul Kane, Medicine Pipe-Stem Dance, 1849, oil on canvas, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
Paul Kane, Assiniboine Hunting Buffalo, c. 1851-56, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Frances Ann Beechey Hopkins, Voyageurs Resting at the Portage, c. 1870, watercolor, goauache and graphite on paper, 35.2 x 51.10 cm, Winnipeg Art Gallery
William Nicoll Cresswell, The Building of Fort William, 1871, oil on canvas, 41 x 72.5 cm, Winnipeg Art Gallery
John Hammond, C.P.R. Station in the Rockies, 1901, oil on canvas, 151.6 x 244.4 cm, Winnipeg Art Gallery