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Picture courtesy of Mary-Beth Laviolette
Untitled (stooks)
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Digitized photographs of 260 Annora Brown paintings in the Glenbow Museum (wild flowers, Blackfoot culture & art, landscapes in the Oldman and Waterton River drainage area) can be viewed at:
Mountain Shooting Star 58.45.23 - Collection of Glenbow
Used with permission of Annora Brown Estate
Date: Unknown
Medium: Oil on masonite
Source: Courtesy of a private lender

Stooks of grain in Canadian art were often a sign of prosperous times. Before the combine was common on the western prairies, binders were used to cut the grain and tie the stocks in bundles. These bundles would be dropped on the field in groups of eight or ten. People would pick them up and stand them together to make a stook which would allow the grain to dry.

Used with permission of Annora Brown Estate