Jack Pine (painting)


Jack Pine (painting)

"The Jack Pine" is a well-known 1916 oil painting by Canadian artist Tom Thomson. It is part of the collection of the National Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario. The painting measures 127.9 cm x 139.8 cm. Like many of Thomson's works, the subject is in Algonquin Park. There is now a lookout at Grand Lake which marks the site of the painting.

External links

* [http://cybermuse.gallery.ca/cybermuse/search/artwork_e.jsp?mkey=11056] "The Jack Pine", National Gallery of Canada.


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