Bronze statue of Tom Thompson, Huntsville, Ontario
The plaque beneath this statue reads:
To the memory of Tom Thompson
1877 - 1917
An artist, woodsman, guide and dreamer
whose brilliant vision defined the Canadian wilderness and
captured the majesty and many colourful moods of Algonquin Park.
Thompson has become more famous after his death than when alive and now his paintings fetch big prices whenever they are sold.
Added later after 12 comments: Here's a Website where you can see some of Thompson's paintings: HERE
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