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Tom Thomson ; Autumn Foliage
Transcript of Tom Thomson ; Autumn Foliage
-The Tom Thomson Art Gallery
-" The Jack Pine" was one of his most famous paintings, but one of his last.
-He apprenticed as a machinist and worked for a lot of different companies.
-His last job was working as a ranger in Algonquin Park where he died. Canadian history: 1877:
-Manzo Nagano was the first official Japanese immigrant into Canada.
-Nez Perce War. Blackfoot tribes cedes land to the Dominion of Canada.
-Refugee Lakota enter Canada near the end of the Great Sioux War.
-Sir Wilfrid Laurier is appointed Canadian Minister of Inland Revenue. Elements of design-
Colour- Main colours, are red, orange, and yellow. Fall colours are shown mainly to show the theme, and what the painting is called (Autumn Foliage).
Repetition- There is no significant repetition, because all shapes are organic, and none are particular shapes (e.g. circles, squares)
Lines- The lines in this painting are not straight and are mostly curved, and wavy.
Shading- The shading in the painting shows the emphasis and the tree's and leaves.
Space- There are particular part in the painting that have more space than others. The space shows the background of the forest.
Balance- All the elements of design are in balance.
Unity- All part of the painting seem to work well together, to make the painting whole.