Tom Thomson

Tom Thomson

An Introduction to His Life and Art

Book - 2002
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Tom Thomson stands as the most important artist in Canadian history. A forerunner of the Group of Seven, Thomson crated paintings that shaped the way Canadian view their land.

Although he died before he was forty, Thomson's compelling works ignited a powerful national art movement and created lasting icons for a young country. His mysterious death continues to stir speculation and spin off theories but he emotional response to his paintings is stronger than ever.

This illustrated introduction to Thomson will provide all the background and insight readers need to appreciate his work. Sections include: Thomson's childhood on a farm near Owen Sound; and his early years; his career as a commercial artist; the influence of Lawren Harris and J.E.H. Macdonald; his increasing fame as an artist; his discovery of Algonquin Park and the mystery surrounding his death.

Publisher: Willowdale, ON : Firefly Books, 2002
ISBN: 9781552976845
155297684X
Branch Call Number: 759.11 THO 2002 21
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)

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