1891 Calgary Lougheed House Painting

CAD $ 50.00CAD $ 580.00

2022 Alberta Artist-In-Residence Project (Government Of Alberta)

24 x 24 x 1.75 (inches) original painting on gallery canvas $3580

Exhibition: Edmonton Jubilee Auditorium Kasaa (Lower) Gallery

Date: Aug 14 to Dec 7, 2023


1891 Calgary Lougheed House Painting By Aeris Osborne

2022 Alberta Artist-In-Residence Project- It is my last painting of the 10 Alberta Old Buildings series.


1891 Calgary Lougheed House Photo By Aeris Osborne (450pixel)
1891 Calgary Lougheed House Photo was taken by Aeris Osborne

Lougheed House is one of the only surviving examples of a grand sandstone prairie mansion. Originally built in 1891 by James and Isabella Lougheed, it was enlarged in 1907 to accommodate their growing family and staff. At the time of construction, Lougheed House was outfitted with all the modern conveniences including central heating, hot and cold water, indoor plumbing, and electrical lighting. Designed by architect James R. Bowes in the Victorian eclectic style, it combines aspects of several distinct styles varying from Queen Anne Revival to French chateau architecture. When it was built, it would have appeared quite striking on the bald prairie landscape with its rough sandstone exterior, asymmetrical construction, irregular roofline, corner octagonal and rectangular towers, stained glass windows, and dome. The impressive scale and the high quality of the design, materials, and interior furnishings which included Spanish mahogany and faux marble reflected the wealth, prestige, and social position of the Lougheeds. (Credit: Lougheedhouse.com)

The House was outfitted with electricity and hot and cold running water from the start, one of the first houses in Calgary to have these amenities. These conveniences were considered a luxury of the wealthy and were shown off to demonstrate affluence, which is part of the reason why the pipes are exposed on several floors (i.e. ballroom, 2nd floor). You can see the wiring and plumbing on the second floor in the ‘windows to the past.’ (Credit: Lougheedhouse.com)

Giclee Print:

Canvas Print: Stretched on 1.5  inches thickness canvas, Edge Color: Black

Printed With Giclee Pigment Ink | Wont’t fade or color shift

Coated With Satin Finish | Made to order from an Edmonton professional print store

Original Painting:

Original Acrylic Painting With 2 coated Gloss Varnish: 24 x 24 x 1.75 (in) on Gallery Wrapped Canvas, Edge Color: Black


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1891 Calgary Lougheed House Painting By Aeris Osborne

1891 Calgary Lougheed House Painting

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