More About Tom Thomson

Films

The Art Gallery of Ontario. “The Group of Seven: A Northern Shore”. The Art Gallery of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario. 1990. 28 minutes

Great North Productions. “The Real Mystery of Tom Thomson”. Great North Productions, An Alliance Atlantis Company. Edmonton, Alberta. . 60 minutes. 2000?

Hozer, Michele and Peter Raymont. “West Wind – the Vision of Tom Thomson”. White Pine Pictures 95 mins 2012

Jeans, Katherine. “The Group of Seven: Art for a Nation”. Sound Venture Productions Ltd. and the National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, Ontario. 1995. 30 minutes.

McInnes, Graham. “West Wind: The Art of Tom Thomson”. National Film Board of Canada. Montreal, Quebec. 1995. 20 minutes. Re issue of 1944

Vaisbord, David Dark Pines: a documentary investigation into the death of Tom Thomson, Laughing Mountain Communications 48 minutes • 2005 Moving Images Distribution

Weiland, Joyce “The Far Shore” 1976 105 mins (fictional)

Plus CBC’s “Was Tom Thomson Murdered” 16mm vltslf # 14493 made for TV production 1969
ish based on Judge Little’s book

Literature

Addison, Ottelyn. “Early Days in Algonquin Park.” McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, Ontario, 1974.

Davies, Blodwen. “Paddle and Palette: The Story of Tom Thomson.” Ryerson Press, Toronto, Ontario, 1930.

Garland, Mary I. “Algonquin Park’s Mowat – Little Town of Big Dreams”, The Friends of Algonquin Park, Whitney, 2015

Grace, Sherrill. “Inventing Tom Thomson.” McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston, Ontario, 2004.

Klages, Gregory. “The many Deaths of Tom Thomson – Separating Fact from Fiction” Dundurn Press, Toronto, 2016

Lehto, Neil J. Algonquin Elegy Tom Thomson’s Last Spring. iUniverse, 2005.

Little, William T. The Tom Thomson Mystery. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1970.

Littlefield, Angie. “The Thomsons of Durham: Tom Thomson’s Family Heritage”. Envoy Business Services, Ajax, Ontario. 2005.

*MacGregor, Roy. “Canoe Lake: A Novel.” McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, Ontario, 2002. (Originally printed under the title of Shoreline)

*McCloskey, Larry Tom Thomson’s Last Paddle: A Dani and Caitlin Mystery. Vancouver, BC: Sandcastle Books/Beach Holme, 2002.
159 pp., Juvenile fiction.

Murray, Joan. “Tom Thomson, The Last Spring.” Dundrun Press, Toronto, Ontario, 1994.

Murray, Joan. “Tom Thomson: Design for a Canadian Hero.” Dundurn Press, Toronto, Ontario, 1998.

Reid, Dennis and Charles C. Hill. “Tom Thomson.” Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver/Toronto, 2002.

Ross, Allan H. “Reminiscences of North Sydenham: a retrospective sketch of the villages of Leith and Annan, Grey County, Ontario.” Richardson, Bond & Wright, 1991.

Shaw, S. Bernard. “Canoe Lake Algonquin Park: Tom Thomson and Other Mysteries.” General Store Publishing House, Burnstown, Ontario, 1996.

Town, Harold and David P. Silcox. “Tom Thomson: The Silence and the Storm.” McClelland and Stewart Inc., Toronto, Ontario, 1977.

*Watson, Patrick. “Ahmek.” Stoddart Kids, Toronto, Ontario, 1999. Thomson, Tom, 1877-1917 –Juvenile fiction. 2. Beavers –Juvenile fiction. I. Title

Wistow, David and Kelly McKinley, The Art Gallery of Ontario. “Meet the Group of Seven.” Kids Can Press Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, 1999.
* fictional

Other – Music and Theatre and more

Archibald, David Northern River – The Tom Thomson Story 1980 ( A multi-Media Production
with Original Music)

Betts, Jim Colours in the Storm (A musical gallery of scenes and songs paints an evocative portrait of the artist Tom Thomson) 2000

Chandler, Joan and Sereda, David Brush Theatre workshop and performance in the schools

Chandler, Joan and Sereda, David Tom THE MUSICAL Based on the life of Tom Thomson. 2007

Sereda, David Songs in the key of Tom (songs inspired by the life, art & times of Tom Thomson)

The Tragically Hip wrote a song dedicated to Tom Thomson called Three Pistols on their 1991 album Road Apples.

More About Tom Thomson

Films

The Art Gallery of Ontario. “The Group of Seven: A Northern Shore”. The Art Gallery of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario. 1990. 28 minutes

Great North Productions. “The Real Mystery of Tom Thomson”. Great North Productions, An Alliance Atlantis Company. Edmonton, Alberta. . 60 minutes. 2000?

Hozer, Michele and Peter Raymont. “West Wind – the Vision of Tom Thomson”. White Pine Pictures 95 mins 2012

Jeans, Katherine. “The Group of Seven: Art for a Nation”. Sound Venture Productions Ltd. and the National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, Ontario. 1995. 30 minutes.

McInnes, Graham. “West Wind: The Art of Tom Thomson”. National Film Board of Canada. Montreal, Quebec. 1995. 20 minutes. Re issue of 1944

Vaisbord, David Dark Pines: a documentary investigation into the death of Tom Thomson, Laughing Mountain Communications 48 minutes • 2005 Moving Images Distribution

Weiland, Joyce “The Far Shore” 1976 105 mins (fictional)

Plus CBC’s “Was Tom Thomson Murdered” 16mm vltslf # 14493 made for TV production 1969
ish based on Judge Little’s book

Addison, Ottelyn. “Tom Thomson, The Algonquin Years.”
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, Ontario, 1995.

Websites

Tom Thomson Art Gallery www.tomthomson.org

Tom Thomson’s Catalogue Raisonné Research and written by Joan Murray www.tomthomsoncatalogue.org

The mysterious death of Tom Thomson CBC Archives http://archives.cbc.ca/IDC-1-68-754- 4631/arts_entertainment/group_of_seven/clip7

Great unsolved Canadian Mysteries – Dead on a painted lake – the Tom Thomson Tragedy http://www.canadianmysteries.ca/sites/thomson/home/indexen.html

West Wind – The Vision of Tom Thomson website http://www.tomthomsonart.ca/