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Pair of Mid-Century Canadian Signed Landscape Paintings.


Pair of impressionist paintings, capturing the beauty and colour of the Canadian landscape. Both are signed, Dori Thomson, a descendant from the family of the famous painter, Tom Thomson (1877-1917). He was a member of the Group of Seven that represents the Algonquin School formed in Montreal, Quebec.  It is best known for paintings inspired by the Canadian wilderness, a strong influence in Canadian art. Dori Thomson’s paintings consist almost entirely of landscapes depicting trees, skies, lakes and rivers. She used broad brush strokes and a liberal application of paint. Her art represents the Canadian tradition of landscape paintings.

The locations are described on the back of each painting.

Condition: Paintings on board are in very good condition. Frames are fair with gilt

                 touch ups. Linen liner has some foxing and staining.


Measurements: paintings W 16” x H 12”

                           Frames W 23 ½” x H 19 ½” 


Weight:  4 lb each

Pair of Mid-Century Canadian Signed Landscape Paintings.

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