A century after Tom Thomson’s death at Canoe Lake, painters there strive to emulate him
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A century after Tom Thomson’s death at Canoe Lake, painters there strive to emulate him

Here’s an article from the Toronto Star on the recent painting trip we did to Algonquin Park in honour of Tom Thomson: Here’s an article from the Toronto Star on the recent painting trip we did to Algonquin Park in honour of Tom Thomson: Here’s an article from the Toronto Star on the recent painting trip we did to Algonquin Park in honour of Tom Thomson: Here’s an article from the Toronto Star on the recent painting trip we did to Algonquin Park in honour of Tom Thomson: Here’s an article from the Toronto Star on the recent painting trip we did to Algonquin Park in honour of Tom Thomson:

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A century after Tom Thomson’s death at Canoe Lake, painters there strive to emulate him