Displayed together are two Tom Thomson paintings. The first is Northern River, done in 1914-15.
This is Burnt Land, a 1915 painting.
Displayed nearby is this men's shirt by a Dene artist of the early 20th century, another example of displaying First Nations work among European-influenced art.
Back to works of The Group Of Seven. This is The Fire Ranger by Franz Johnston, another member of the Group, dating to 1921.
Here we have J.E.H. MacDonald's Autumn In Algoma, a 1922 painting.
And for today I finish off with Snow Clouds, a dramatic painting by Franklin Carmichael.