Tom Thomson was a Canadian artist from Ontario, Canada. He was a Post-Impressionist painter with Art Nouveau influences. Thomson specialized in painting landscapes and was inspired by natural elements like water. Often compared to his colleague, Vincent van Gogh, Thomson’s style was unique: he worked in heavy contrasts, dotted brushstrokes, and blazing colors. “Northern Lights,” “In the Northland,” and “Moonlight” are just some of his prominent works.