A PAINTING

ARTHUR HEMING February 1 1917

A PAINTING

ARTHUR HEMING February 1 1917

A PAINTING

ARTHUR HEMING

Canadian artist famous for his pictures of the north country life. In some parts of the country where wild life abounds, prospectors beat on their tin basins as they make their way through the dense woods in order to warn animals from their path. Even the sturdy grizzly has learned to seek fresh cover when he hears the clatter of the prospector’s pan. But here Mr. Heming depicts an unusual situation. The bear has not had time to get away ! The picture shows Mr. Heming at his best and is representative of his art.