(1792 - 1868)
Thomas H. Badger was active/lived in Massachusetts. Thomas Badger is known for miniature portrait painting, lithography.
A portrait painter, Thomas Badger began painting miniatures and portraits in Boston in 1814 and continued working there, although he traveled and painted along the coast of Maine, and into eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
It is known that in 1826, he visited Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and painted pictures of the college and portraits of the faculty members.
He was a student of John Ritto Penniman and was the grandson of Boston Colonial portraitist, Joseph Badger.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art