"Stampede of Cattle" Painting


John Innes W.G. MacFarlan, New York, Toronto and Buffalo. "Troilene" Ranching Series 1075.0153.0000.jpg RA-153 Color 1075-0153-0000 1075.0153.0000 Postcard 4x6 Historic Photographs c. 1910 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


John Innes was a Western artist and popularly referred to as the "Remington of the Canadian West," and "the dean of Canadian historical artists," John Innes is known for his paintings of Indians, cowboys, wildlife, and the early "Pioneer West" of Canada. Innes was born in 1863 in London Ontario, and was educated in Ontario and in England, where he excelled in design, drafting, and painting. Upon returning to Canada, Innes headed west, blazing a trail ahead of the Canadian Pacific Railway. His artistic ability and adventurous spirit enabled him to join a survey party in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, where he created maps and sketches. Printed on back of postcard: STAMPEDE OF CATTLE. The stampede of a large heard of cattle is not only desperate for the riders, but means loss to the owners. A large herd mad with terror is a sight never to be forgotten.



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