winter solstice - Canada’s Tom Thompson — a chunky and loose landscape painter that often used cigar box lids as his canvases. His work was the inspiration for the “Group of Seven,”

winter solstice - Canada’s Tom Thompson — a chunky and loose landscape painter who often used cigar box lids as his canvases. His work was the inspiration for the “Group of Seven,”

Tom Thompson ...Winter Morning

Rare signed Tom Thomson painting fetches almost a million dollars

Tom Thomson "Moonlight and Birches", 1917 (Canada, Post-Impressionism / Group of Seven, 20th cent.)

Tom Thomson - Art Nouveau, Arts&Crafts & Post Impressionnism - Moonlight and Birches (Group of Seven)

Tom Thomson | Abandoned Logs, 1915

I can never come up with what to say so here are some words that I love from Leonard Cohen:ring the bells that still can ringforget your perfect offering- there is a crack in everything that's how the light gets in ~leonard.

Tom Thomson, Canadian landscape painter, was born August 5, 1877 and died under mysterious circumstances July 8, 1917 (aged 39) while painting and canoeing at Canoe Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario. While not an official member of the Group of Seven, his close association with the other members was cut short by his tragic, mysterious, and premature death

Tom Thomson, Canadian artist who died mysteriously on Canoe Lake and posthumously became the prominent Canadian landscape painter who inspired The Group of Seven.

Was it Murder? The Fate of Iconic Canadian Artist Tom Thomson

Was it Murder? The Fate of Iconic Canadian Artist Tom Thomson

Tom Thomson - Pine Island, Georgian Bay - Tom Thomson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Moccasin Flower," Tom Thomson, 1916, oil on composite wood-pulp board, 10 9/16…

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ - garden and still life flower paintings - Tom Thomson (Canadian, Moccasin Flower.

Tom Thomson as a graphic artist at Grip Limited, with JEH MacDonald seen in background at end of row, 1911 | Ontario Archives, via Vintage Toronto, FB

Tom Thomson as a graphic artist at Grip Limited, with JEH MacDonald seen in background at end of row, via Vintage Toronto

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