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A Treasury of Tom Thomson [Illustrated] [Paperback]

Joan Murray

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30 Sep 2011
Tom Thomson's most influential paintings as chosen by his friends and collectors, illustrating a moving, untold story in Canadian art. Tom Thomson is one of Canada's most well-known artists, and is beginning to receive long overdue attention around the world. In fall 2011, London's Dulwich Picture Gallery is mounting the first exhibition in England to focus exclusively on the art of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven. This book tells the unknown story of how Lawren Harris and J.E.H. Macdonald established Thomson as one of Canada's great artists. It also gives readers an intimate sense of the artist, through the eyes of his friends and collectors. An impeccably curated record of Thomson's work, this is a beautiful, affordable gift book, featuring over 63 colour reproductions.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A treasury of tom thomson 25 Jan 2013
By jon p buschke - Published on Amazon.com
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Tom Thomson died in 1917 in a strange incident at Algonquin Park north of Toronto Canada. His fellow painters who had great respect and admiration formed the Group of Seven painters to carry on the tradition of his landscape painting in Canada. All his work was created out doors in Plein Aire tradition, and sometimes painted directly from his canoe. This book covers the breadth of his painting up to his untimely death.
Tip; Go to Canada to the McMicael Museum of Art located in the village Kliensburg, west of Toronto. All the painters in the Group of Seven are there.
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely book 16 April 2014
By Duffy Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Tom Thomson's work and as an art teacher the book has been useful in my classes. Thank you.
5.0 out of 5 stars Gotta love Thom Thompson's art! 19 Sep 2013
By Christine Raskind - Published on Amazon.com
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This compact little book has a wealth of beautiful pieces of Thompson's art.
I Woukd recommend it to those who are interested in The Group of Seven.
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