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Tom Thomson: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: In 2002, the National Gallery of Canada staged a major exhibition of his work, giving Thomson the same level of prominence afforded ________, Renoir, and the Group of Seven in previous years.
Pablo PicassoLes Demoiselles d'AvignonGuernica (painting)Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler

Question 2: Under the direction of his older brother, George Thomson, the body was exhumed two days later and re-interred in the family plot beside the Leith ________ on July 21.
Covenant theologyProtestantismChristianityPresbyterianism

Question 3:
What role did Tom Thomson play in the movie Mystery Monsters?
Stage Manager
Tommy
Groon
Captain Mike

Question 4: Tom Thomson was born near ________ and grew up in Leith, near Owen Sound.
Claremont, OntarioTorontoGreater Toronto AreaBrooklin, Ontario

Question 5: Thomson first visited ________ in Ontario in 1912; thereafter he often travelled with his colleagues around Canada, especially to the wilderness of Ontario, which was to be a major source of inspiration for Thomson.
Claireville Conservation AreaAlgonquin Provincial ParkBon Echo Provincial ParkFrench River (Ontario)

Question 6: Beginning in 1914 he worked intermittently as a ________, ranger, and guide in Algonquin Park, but found that such work did not allow enough time for painting.
Firefighting worldwideFirefighterFirefightingFire apparatus

Question 7: Thomson disappeared during a canoeing trip on Canoe Lake in ________ on July 8, 1917 and his body was discovered in the lake eight days later.
French River (Ontario)Algonquin Provincial ParkBon Echo Provincial ParkClaireville Conservation Area

Question 8: [citation needed] It has also been speculated that he was murdered by a ________ neighbour, Martin Blecher, Jr., or that he fell on a fire grate during a drunken brawl with J.
German AmericanGerman TexanPennsylvania DutchItalian American

Question 9: [1] In 1901, he enrolled in a business college in Chatham and dropped out eight months later to follow his older brother, George Thomson, who was operating a business school in ________.
SeattleRenton, WashingtonRedmond, WashingtonBellevue, Washington

Question 10: Other key influences were the ________ and Arts and Crafts movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, styles with which he would have been familiar from his work in the graphic arts.
ImpressionismExpressionismArt NouveauCubism
















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