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File:Kane Encampment.jpg


Title Encampment, Winnipeg River
Date June 10, 1846
Medium Oil on paper
Dimensions 20.6 × 34 cm (8.1 × 13.4 in)
Stark Museum of Art
Orange, Texas, U.S.A.
Notes Field sketch showing the canoe brigade with which he was travelling westward preparing their camp for the night while being visited by some Saulteaux.
An oil painting done by Kane after this sketch failed to sell at an auction at Sotheby's in Toronto on November 22, 2004, when the bidding stalled at C$1.7 million, less than the expected sale price of C$2–2.5 million.
Source/Photographer Scanned from Eaton, D.; Urbanek, S.: Paul Kane's Great Nor-West, University of British Columbia Press; Vancouver, 1995. ISBN 0-774-80538-2.


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