Historic Art | Tom Thomson

A northern lake 1912 oc 8
Burnt over forest 1915 ob 8 Winter scene c1917 ob 7

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A Northern Lake, Spring, 1913

Technique: oil on canvas

Dimensions: 7x10 in.

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Inscription recto: signed in charcoal and oil, lower right, TOM THOMSON
Inscription verso: label, on frame: Algonquin/Gallery

Provenance Thomson Family by descent
Blair Laing, Toronto
Private Collection, Toronto
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Private Collection

Exhibition History 1999 Algonquin Park, Algonquin Gallery, Ontario, Wilderness Reunion: Art in the Park '99: Featuring Tom Thomson, Members of the Group of Seven and Masters of Wildlife Art

About the Artist

Thomas John Thomson, painter (born 5 August 1877 in Claremont, ON; died 8 July 1917 in Algonquin Provincial Park, ON). An early inspiration for what became The Group of Seven, Tom Thomson was probably the most influential and enduringly popular Canadian artist of the early part of the twentieth century. His paintings The West Wind (1917) and Jack Pine (1916-1917) are familiar Canadian icons. (The Canadian Encyclopedia)
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