L. V. Hogue—A Canadian Painter
Paintings Sorted By Year Painted

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Second Falls, Decue ON

This pencil sketch is dated 6-40 or 5-40 (it's not clear); i.e., June or May, 1940. The colour of the paper has probably darkened since the picture was first sketched. These falls are also known as the Lower Decew Falls. See Info Niagara's background for info. on Decew Falls. The local Welland, ON spelling of Decew was traditionally Decue; hence, L. V. Hogue's spelling.

  Painted: 1940
  Medium: Pencil on creme coloured heavy paper
  Technique: Pencil sketch
  Size: 7.4 by 9.6 inches

 

Struggle and Achievement

Dated 1940, this is the earliest work of L.V. Hogue's in this gallery. It features an abstract creature who first struggles to leave the water and then stands in achievement. It was not a favourite of his family, but it is significant as an example of his early work.

  Painted: 1940
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size:

     

Mill on HW7

Mill on HW7; between Toronto and Ottawa. L. V. Hogue and his wife camped near where this mill is located.

  Painted: 1950
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: 20 by 24 inches

 

Niagara Glen

Looking west up the Niagara River at Niagara Glen; which is a specific lookout along the Niagara River, in Ontario.

  Painted: 1958-08-08
  Medium: Oil on hand-stretched canvas.
  Technique: Brush
  Size:

     

Late Autumn Willows

Willow trees by a river in autumn after they've lost their leaves.

  Painted: 1958
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size:

 

Mill With No Falls

This painting was given to Bruce S. of Welland by L. V. Hogue. Bruce later passed the painting to his sister Isobel, who in turn passed it along to Ruth (L. V. Hogue's daughter).

  Painted: 1958
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Black Lake

This is Black Lake, in the Lake of Bays township.

  Painted: 1960
  Medium: Oil on Canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

The Witch Tree (Hollow Tree on Sunset Bay)

L. V. Hogue and his wife and son would picnic on Sunset Bay; and Jamie, his son, would climb this tree. Jamie always called this "The Witch Tree" because of it shape.

  Painted: 1960
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

     

Stand of Trees in Fall Colours

The Germain family donated this painting to the St. Charles Seniors Centre in Welland; where it now hangs.

  Painted: circa 1960
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: Unknown

 

The Dock At The Robin Hood Mill

Painted sometime around 1960. The mill burned down shortly after it was captured in this painting.

  Painted: circa 1960
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 18 by 31 inches

     

Autumn Bridge

This October, autumn scene of a bridge over a stream in the woods is of an unknown location. There is nothing noted on the back of the painting.

  Painted: 1961
  Medium: Oil on hand-stretched canvas.
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 16 by 22 inches

 

Cape Cod Lighthouse

This painting was given to Evie H. by L. V. Hogue in 1962 when she was visiting her mother in St. Catherines. The painting was mounted in the frame by L. V. Hogue.

  Painted: 1962
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
  Size: 20 x 10 inches

     

Cape Cod, MA

Highlands, Cape Cod, MA

  Painted: 1963
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size:

 

Morningstar Mill & Pond At Decue Falls

Given to Bruce & Marylin (L. V. Hogue's nephew) in the mid-1960s. They subsequently passed the painting along to their daugther in 1977. L. V. Hogue's annotation on the back of the canvas board reads, "Morning Star Mill at Decue Falls L V Hogue 64". See Info Niagara's background for info. on Decew Falls. The local Welland, ON spelling of Decew was traditionally Decue; hence, L. V. Hogue's spelling.

  Painted: 1964
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: 22 by 28 inches

     

Creation Working Sketch

L. V. Hogue made this sketch prior to painting the final Creation painting for McMaster University. For many years this sketch hung in a location where the sun shone on it for a part of each day; the unfaded blue background is visible around the edges of the sketch. The pre-printed dark blue paper upon which he painted was the back cover of an Mitoyo Engineering Co. calendar.

  Painted: 1965
  Medium: Oil on glossy dark blue paper
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 10 by 7 inches

 

The Bluenose Sailboat

Gift to Christopher Rath from L. V. Hogue. Hand written caption reads, "The Bluenose as she won the fishermen's race in 1930. You may see her on the 10 cent piece Chris. You may cut these out if you wish. Grandpa." In 1965, L. V. Hogue and his wife shipped a plywood box containing paintings to their daughter's family, George & Ruth Rath, and L. V. Hogue had painted three pictures on one of the plywood panels. The other two pictures were "Thimble the Donkey" and "??". George Rath cut the panel into pieces, framing them with 1x1s that were also part of the box.

  Painted: 1965
  Medium: Oil on plywood
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 10 by 14 inches

     

The Freedom Rider

The Freedom Rider was inspired by a poem written by Winnifred Bray, age 13, published in the Welland Tribune.

  Painted: 1965
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 12 by 16 inches

 

Thimble the Donkey

The text L. V. Hogue has written on the left side of the painting reads, "Ellen, Thimble is a friendly donkey. Ask Chris or Dad to cut him out. Grandpa" In 1965, L. V. Hogue and his wife shipped a plywood box containing paintings to their daughter's family, George & Ruth Rath, and L. V. Hogue had painted three pictures on one of the plywood panels. The other two pictures were "Thimble the Donkey" and "??". George Rath cut the panel into pieces, framing them with 1x1s that were also part of the box. The painting was inspired by a magazine article entitled, "Thimble, the Dainty Donkey".

  Painted: 1965
  Medium: Oil on plywood.
  Technique: Brush.
  Size: 11 by 9 inches

     

Balls Falls Conservation Park.

The setting for this picture is the Balls Falls Conservation Park. Twenty Mile Creek can be seen in the background of the painting.

  Painted: 1966
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 24 by 18 inches

 

Creation

L. V. Hogue's vision of "Creation". L. V. Hogue donated this painting to the McMaster Divinity College Students Association in 1966. This monochrome image is reproduced from the 1966 McMaster Year Book; although the painting itself is in colour. McMaster University has misplaced this painting and its location is unknown.

  Painted: 1966
  Medium: not known
  Technique: not known
  Size:

     

M.C.R.R. Bridge at Forks Creek

The bridge was originally part of the Michigan Central Railroad (Canada Division) and this bridge spans what is now called Big Forks Creek, about 11 km. east of Welland, ON (near Becketts Bridge, ON). As of 2019, this bridge was still standing (link to Google Maps location). The bridge crosses the creek about 200m before the creek joins the Welland River. The painting is showing the south face of the bridge (the bridge runs almost exactly east-west).

  Painted: 1966
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

Morningstar Mill At Decue Falls

See Info Niagara's background for info. on Decew Falls. See Info Niagara's background for info. on Decew Falls. The local Welland, ON spelling of Decew was traditionally Decue; hence, L. V. Hogue's spelling.

  Painted: 1966
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: 16 by 12 inches

     

Stone Bridge

Given to her as a wedding gift in 1966.

  Painted: 1966
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
  Size:

 

Bradley's Scow

Bradley's scow in the old Welland Canal. The figure standing in the foreground is L. V. Hogue, himself. He often rowed down to this location and fished from shore.

  Painted: 1967
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

     

Comfort Maple in North Pelham

The Comfort Maple tree in North Pelham.

  Painted: 1967
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 28 by 22 inches

 

Farr's Bridge on Little Forks

Farr's Bridge on Little Forks, near Becket's Bridge (where RR24 crosses the Welland River).

  Painted: 1967
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

St. Lawrence River at Rivière du Loup

St. Lawrence River at Rivière du Loup

  Painted: 1967
  Medium: Oil
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size:

 

Autumn Shore

An autumn Ontario lakeshore. This painting was a wedding gift to Sharon & her husband, from L.V. Hogue and his wife.

  Painted: 1968
  Medium: Oil
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size:

     

Athabasca Valley

The Athabasca Valley in Jasper National Park, Alberta. L.V. Hogue and his wife, Betty, camped in the Rocky Mountains several times over their life together.

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

Autumn Leaves at Six Mile Lake

Six Mile Lake is in the Township of Georgian Bay, Muskoka, ON. This painting is unusual in that L.V. Hogue painted it on hardboard; a type of cheap engineered wood.

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on hardboard
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 29x15¼

     

Lowbanks, Lake Erie

This painting was given to Dave & Ann L. as a wedding gift. Dave & Ann were married in August, 1967, and the painting is dated 1969; so, the painting must be been received sometime after the wedding.

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Shotgun & Powderhorn

It was painted in 1969 for Ken A. (a Whiting Equipment co-worker of L.V. Hogue's) and shows Ken's shotgun and homemade powder horn. L.V. Hogue staged the shotgun against a chair in a cabin, and other items in the room are "hidden" within the artwork (coat, boots, etc.).

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 12 by 20 inches

     

Stone Bridge near Bala

This bridge is near Moon River, Georgian Bay, ON. Bala, ON is the nearest town of any size. One of L.V. Hogue's daughters, Doreen, and her family would vacation at a cottage on the Moon River each summer, and L.V. Hogue and his wife would visit. This bridge is in the area near the cottage.

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 20 by 16 inches

 

Welland Canal at McCormick St.

Welland Canal seen from its bank near McCormick St. (which dead-ends at the canal). Merritt island and the Main St. lift bridge are in the background. The concrete object on the far bank of the canal is the Merritt Island side of the Welland River aquaduct. Follow these links to see an arial photo (from 1943 of this section of the canal): Image or Google Earth. L. V. Hogue often stopped after work to fish from this spot on the canal, and his daughter, Ruth, remembers him bringing home freshly-caught pike for dinner. L. V. Hogue and his family lived on McCormick St. in 1940 or 1941.

  Painted: 1969
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 30 by 22 inches

     

Brown's Acquaduct Mill

This mill, originally known as the Aqueduct Mills, was built by Moses Cook of St. Catharines sometime around 1850. It was later purchased by Brown Bros., who moved the building to Dennistoun St., Welland; where it stood till it was struck by lightening and burned to the ground on 1912-05-24. See Welland History.ca for more background.

  Painted: 1970
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

 

Windmill Point Lighthouse

The ruins of the lighthouse on Windmill Point, Lake Erie, ON.

  Painted: 1970
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

     

Forbs' Boat House On Lake Of Bays

  Painted: circa 1970
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: 18 by 14 inches

 

Portrait Of Capt. Angus Walters

L. V. Hogue wrote on the back in pencil, "Capt. Angus Walters went to sea at 13. A Skipper at 21. He built the Bluenose, the undefeated champion of the North Atlantic Fisherman's Fleet. Launched Mar. 26 1931 at Lunenbug N.S."

  Painted: circa 1970
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: 10 by 12 inches

     

Shoreline

This is a painting of bare trees on the shore of a lake.

  Painted: circa 1970
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Agawa Bay

Agawa Bay, Lake Superior

  Painted: 1971
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 22 by 30 inches

     

Sunset at Morgan's Point

This sunset behind a dead tree was painted at Morgan's Point, Lake Erie.

  Painted: 1971
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

Chippewa Park

The painting is of the rose garden at Chippewa Park, Welland, ON (looking outward towards the Merritt Street entrance). The rose trellis seen in the painting is no longer present. Painted in July, 1972.

  Painted: 1972
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 12 by 14 inches

     

Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove

The lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, NS.

  Painted: 1972
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size:

 

Niagara on the Lake

Sailboat on Lake Ontario; as seen from Niagara on the Lake.

  Painted: 1972
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 10 by 14 inches

     

Unfinished Landscape.

This unfinished landscape was received by its owner as a rolled up canvas; which was then mounted on a frame for display.

  Painted: 1972
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size:

 

Stubb's Falls, Arrowhead Provincial Park

This painting was a wedding gift to Art & Joanne L., in 1973. Arrowhead Provincial Park is near Huntsville, ON. The chute shown in the painting is Stubb's Falls on the Little East River.

  Painted: 1973
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Laid Up Sailboat

The scene is of a small sailboat laid up on the shore of a lake. A lighthosue can be seen in the background.

  Painted: 1974
  Medium: Watercolour on paper
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 16 by 12 inches

 

Old Mill

Purchased by Ross W. from L. V. Hogue about 1974.

  Painted: 1974
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size: 22 by 28 inches

     

Lake of Two Rivers

A tree stump by the Lake of Two Rivers. This view of the river (albeit without the stump), with the island in the background, turns up in Google image searches for the lake.

  Painted: 1975
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size:

 

Unknown Mill

The mill shown in this painting is not known. L. V. Hogue is known to have sometimes combined elements from 2 or more real places, and this painting may be one of these compositions

  Painted: 1975
  Medium: Oil on Masonite.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 20 by 24 inches

     

Farmhouse At Sunset

Farmhouse At Sunset

  Painted: 1976
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Rice Lake, Serpent Mounds Park

Rice Lake, Serpent Mounds Park

  Painted: 1976
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size:

     

Treed Skyline

Purchased by Ross W. from L. V. Hogue about 1976.

  Painted: 1976
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 28 by 32 inches

 

The McClure Mill

This is the McClure Mill in Chesley, ON; a water powered mill. This was painted in September, 1977.

  Painted: 1977
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

     

Morgan's Point

This is a second painting of the dead tree at Morgan's Point (see the painting entitled, Sunset at Morgan's Point).

  Painted: 1978
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

Fishing From Dock

Fishing from dock.

  Painted: 1979
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Mill

  Painted: 1979
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 30 by 24 inches

 

Maymont Homestead

When L. V. Hogue's in-laws (John & Annabella McIlvride) first arrived in Canada, from Scotland, they homesteaded near Maymont, SK (from 1905 to 1912). This is the house on the homestead plot; which still stands today, but is falling down and in disrepair.

  Painted: 1980
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

     

Autumn Birch

Birch trees in their autumn colours next to a lake.

  Painted: 1981
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 20 by 24 inches

 

Chippawa River

A boat tied to a dock on the Chippawa River.

  Painted: 1981
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 16 by 20 inches

     

Decew Falls in Fall Colours

"DeCoo 81" is written on the back of the frame containing the painting. Decew Falls was often painted by L.V. Hogue. In L.V. Hogue's own notes, Decew is always spelled using its original spelling, "Decue".

  Painted: 1981
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: 18 by 22 inches

 

Balls Falls and the Mill

L.V. Hogue painted the mill at Ball Falls many times over his lifetime. This painting is another fine example. In his lifetime, the Balls Fall Conservation Area was open to the public; now, one must pay to enter. So, if he was alive today it would be unlikely that the falls and mill would have been a frequent subject for his painting.

  Painted: 1983
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 14 by 18 inches

     

Jackson's Point

Jackson's Point, Lake Simcoe, ON. This painting is very unusual becuase it is one of the few paintings L.V. Hogue painted exclusively using a brush.

  Painted: 1983
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas.
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 9 by 12 inches

 

They Called Him "Chief", and Grandson

Each summer, L.V. Hogue and his wife, Betty, would have a booth at the annual Chippawa Park Art in the Park festival: he would paint, she would knit and keep him company, and they might sell a painting or two. One year, a small boy spent time at the booth; seemingly fixated upon a particular painting. L.V. Hogue was inspired to paint the boy; and the "Chief" with the boy is a gentleman from another of the festival booths. L.V. Hogue painted very few portraits, and always said that he wasn†˘t very good at painting people. The story behind this painting was told by L.V. Hogue's grandson, Jack.

  Painted: 1983
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 9 by 12 inches

     

Betty Hogue Remembrance

Shortly after the death of his wife, L.V. Hogue painted this card and sent it to his daughter, Ruth. The small watercolour was created specifically to contain the obituary that is glued to the painting.

  Painted: 1984
  Medium: Watercolour on paper
  Technique: Brush
  Size: 8 by 4 inches

 

Milkweed

Milkweed pods going to seed.

  Painted: 1985
  Medium: Watercolour on paper.
  Technique: Brush.
  Size: Unknown

     

House On Lake

This painting was given to Bruce S. of Welland by L. V. Hogue. Bruce later passed the painting to his sister Isobel.

  Painted: 1989
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Welland Firehall No. 1

One of L.V. Hogue's last paintings; as his eyesight was failing. The building in the scene is the original Welland wooden Firehouse, which burned down in 1913; it stood where the current Firehall is: the corner of Division Street and Helems Avenue. The horses are pulling the water wagon used to fight fires. L.V. Hogue used a photo in the Welland Museum as his model for this painting (a copy of that photo can be found on page 20 of the Reminiscing About Welland PDF file on the Welland.ca website). He gave this painting to his grandson, Jack. He told Jack that he had a lot of trouble painting the horses hooves.

  Painted: 1989
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 16 by 20 inches

     

Autumn Trees

Clipped from a family photograph.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: not known
  Technique: not known
  Size:

 

Beach

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
  Size:

     

Blackfoot Chief

This portrait of a Blackfoot Indian Chief was painted at E. Hardy's request. L. V. Hogue used a photo from a book as a model for the painting.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
  Size: Unknown

 

Bridge

Bridge

  Painted: not known
  Medium: not known
  Technique: not known
  Size:

     

Cattle Grid

A cattle grid with the prairie and farmland in the background.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Cooper Birch

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: not known
  Size:

     

Farmhouse

Farmhouse

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Water colour
  Technique: Brush
  Size:

 

Gull Island

Gull Island is off Rock Point near Dunnville, ON.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
  Size:

     

Lake-View

Unknown

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Lake

Lake

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Lakeshore

Lakeshore

  Painted: not known
  Medium: not known
  Technique: not known
  Size:

 

Light at Point Abino

This image is from a Polaroid snapshot of the painting sent to L.V. Hogue's daughter. In the letter that accompanied the Polaroid, L.V. Hogue said that he had watched a TV show that demonstrated painting on a black background and so he tried this technique with this painting. He used a black & white, daytime, photo of the lighthouse as the inspiration for this painting. The Point Abino lighthouse is situated at the eastern end of Lake Erie near Crystal Beach and the town of Fort Erie, Ontario.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on stretched canvas
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size:

     

Lighthouse & Ship

Lighthouse & Ship

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Lighthouse

Lighthouse

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Lighthouse

One of L.V. Hogue's foibles was forgetting to sign his paintings. He would often be signing a painting moments before giving it to its new owner. On many occasions, visitors would bring a painting by L.V. Hogue's home so that he could add his signature to a painting. This painting is one of those he forgot to sign. The painting's provenance is known; and, this is one of his paintings.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Palate knife & brush
  Size: 18 by 24 inches

 

McIlvride Homestead In Maymount, SK, Canada

The painting was passed to Evie H. by her mother, Margaret B. L. V. Hogue and his wife visited the homestead (where his wife lived immediately after her parents emmigrated from Scotland) in the late 1970s; although this painting was probably completed after they returned home.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
  Size:

     

Mill & Millpond

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Mill

This is probably the mill at Balls Falls; a subject he painted many times over his life.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife & brush
  Size: 16 by 20 inches

     

Mountain Waterfall

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

 

Mountainscape

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
  Size:

     

Penstock Pipes

"Penstock pipes" are the type of pipes seen in the bottom of the painting; they carry water to the power turbines. The location shown in the painting is unknown.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: Oil on canvas.
  Technique: not known
  Size:

 

Pine Tree

Clipped from a family photograph.

  Painted: not known
  Medium: not known
  Technique: not known
  Size:

     

Pine Trees

This image was clipped from another photograph.

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Pumphouse--Electric Light Station

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  Medium: Oil on canvas.
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River Cliff

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
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River Rapids

This image was clipped from the corner of a family photo.

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
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River in the Rockies

Clipped from a family photograph.

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Seaside Town

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
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Shoreline

Clipped from a family photograph.

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Still Waters

This was painted following the death of Rev. R. Judson Stade; who pastored XXX Baptist church from 1972 to 1975.

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife.
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Stone Bridge

This image was clipped from the corner of a family photo.

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
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Stream & Beaver Dam

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Brush & pallet knife
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Stream in Autumn

Clipped from a family photograph.

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Tree In Fall Colours

This tree was a favourite picnic place of Hazel's (L. V. Hogue's sister-in-law).

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
  Technique: Pallet knife
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Trees In Summer

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board
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Unkown

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  Medium: Oil on canvas board.
  Technique: Brush and pallet knife.
  Size: 14 by 12 inches

     

Willow

Willow

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Wooden Aqueduct

The wooden aqueduct carrying the Welland Canal over the Welland River. The aqueduct was used beginning in 1833.

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  Medium: Oil on canvas.
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