7.25 ins x 9.75 ins; 17.8 cms x 25.4 cms
November 21, 2016
Price Realised: $108,000
Literature: Harold Town and David P. Silcox, Tom Thomson: The Silence and the Storm, Firefly Books, Willowdale, 2001, page 53 and page 202 for this lot reproduced (as Untitled Landscape).
Note: This lot is included in the Thomson catalogue raisonné as cat. no. 1910.03.
According to the catalogue raisonné, Harry Pinkerton and Thomson were acquaintances at Grip Ltd. which Thomson had joined circa 1908. Pinkerton and Thomson sometimes sketched together.
While we do not know the precise location of the scene depicted in this lot, David Silcox notes that “This effervescent crowd (of Grip artists) organized weekend sketching trips into the upper reaches of the Don and Humber Rivers, and sometimes up to Lake Scugog, not great distances from Toronto. Thomson also returned to his home from time to time, and several of the works from these transitional years were done in the Owen Sound area.”
5" x 7" — 12.5 x 17.5 cm.
November 20, 2007
VIEW FROM A HEIGHT, ALGONQUIN PARK, FALL, 1916
with the estate stamp recto and verso, a faint pencil inscription “TT 62” on the reverse
8 1/2 ins x 10 1/2 ins; 21.3 cms x 26.3 cms
May 27, 2008
FALL WOODS, ALGONQUIN PARK
8 1/2 ins x 10 ins; 21.3 cms x 25 cms
May 27, 2011
ROCKS AND WATER
6 1/2 ins x 10 ins; 16.3 cms x 25 cms
November 25, 2008
signed with initials
3 ins x 3 ins; 7.5 cms x 7.5 cms
November 26, 2012
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