Tom Thomson cabin

By: Lesley

Dec 28 2010

Category: Kleinburg

9 Comments

Aperture:f/3.3
Focal Length:4.6mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/25 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The summer cabin of artist Tom Thomson has been relocated to the McMichael Gallery in Kleinburg where one can see several of his paintings along with those of his contemporaries in The Group of Seven . Although he was a great influence on the Group of Seven painters, he died mysteriously at Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park in Northern Ontario in 1917 before the group was officially formed.

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9 comments on “Tom Thomson cabin”

  1. Beautiful, Lesley. I can’t think of the Group of Seven without Tom Thomson.
    Wishing you all things good for the coming year.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  2. I’m glad people are working to preserve his important legacy to Canadian art. It is such a mysterious and sad ending for the talented man. Tom Thomson’s paintings are as intriguing as his early death. It’s the stuff movies are made of.

  3. Lovely black and white shot!

  4. it’s amazing that cabin is still intact. lovely wood texture.

  5. Very nice photo, looks very good in B&W

  6. There is terrific Leslie. Looking forward to the Sign Signs meme! What day of the week will it be?

  7. What a cool looking old building. I love taking pictures of things like this.


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