Tom Thomson, Algonquin Park, 1915. Courtesy Tom Thomson Art Gallery

Tom Thomson, Algonquin Park, Courtesy Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Canadian Group of Seven

Thomas John "Tom" Thomson (1877-1917) He directly influenced the group of Canadian painters that would come to known as The Group of Seven. Thomson disappeared during a canoeing trip on Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park on July8,1917, and hid body was discovered in the lake eight days later.

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Tom Thomson

When it was too cold to camp out in his tent in Algonquin Park, Thomson often stayed at Mowat Lodge, where workers at the local lumber mill lived. Tom Thomson, “Mowat Lodge (or Fraser’s Lodge),” Art Gallery of Alberta.

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 thompson...Underpainting & Brushstroke angles. Could this be of the Bowren Canyon in Algonquin!? Sure looks like it!

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