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Paintings by Tom Thomson can be found in many collections across Canada. The largest collection of his work is at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, to which Dr. James MacCallum, Thomson’s patron, sold many paintings in 1918 and then donated his collection in 1943. The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery in Owen Sound, Thomson’s hometown, was established in 1967 and contains a large collection of his work and personal effects.

Many of Thomson’s nearly 500 sketches were not titled by the artist, so the titles we have today are generic and reflect the place and time the work was painted. In some cases works are given the same title. Although the works listed below are held by the following institutions, they may not always be on view.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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