Artists in Passing: Tom Thomson, pt. 1

by Matthew Innis |

As the creator of a national, artistic style, Tom Thomson has been considered by many to be one of Canada’s most important visual artists of the 20th century, yet it is not so much the work he created during his lifetime, but the mystery that has grown up around his death, that has made of him the painter of mythic proportions that he is today.

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