Did Canadian painter Tom Thomson work in the Canadian Rockies? Art researcher Debra Hay is attempting to find out. It’s generally believed that Thomson never painted in the Rockies, but a small group of paintings appear to suggest otherwise. 173 more words
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If you have read any whisky blogs at all then you will have surely come across the musings of a certain Mr Tom Thomson.
He is a stalwart of the whisky blogging scene and after meeting him recently I can confirm he is just as you would imagine, a real gent and loves to talk all things whisky. 315 more words
Residing for the past thirty years in the Humber River Valley, within sight of the McMichael Gallery – that quintessential Thomson shrine – and canoeing a sizeable portion of Algonquin Park, has been more than slightly conducive to a close study of the works of Tom Thomson. 562 more words
Tom Thomson (1877 – 1917) was an influential Canadian artist of the early 20th century. He directly influenced a group of Canadian painters that would come to be known as the Group of Seven, and though he died before they formally formed, he is sometimes incorrectly credited as being a member of the group itself. 78 more words
It can be succinctly stated that Tom Thomson, in his five or so years of seasonal residency in the Park, visited most of Algonquin’s approximate 3,000 square-miles via canoe or on foot. 886 more words